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A fun time was had by all, ages 11-72. Its not the quality of a professional rodeo, but you get to experience what a rodeo is like, none the less. They had a lot of events as well, like roping, barrel racing,bronc riding and bull...More
I grew up going to rodeos and have been a part of many rodeos in my home community. This rodeo community treats their animals terribly!! The poor bulls and horses (broncos) have burns and open wounds from the leather straps that the cowboys make so...More
My husband and I came to a Saturday night rodeo. It was fun to watch all of the different events. It seemed to be a family affair as lots of kids, teens and adults participated in the different events. We sat next to a young...More
We seemed to be the only americans in the place. It was a small-time rodeo, and it was hard to understand the commentator at times but it was cute. Our friends from Spain found it fascinating. Riding broncos is crazy. The bulls were also really...More
We went to see the rodeo but it has been cancelled without giving any reasons. Strange enough, people from Ruby's Rodeo Desk cannot even tell if the Rodeo will happen at the next day - they may decide on whatever reason to let the Rodeo...More
We were lucky to catch the jackpot rodeo, which is when cowboys compete for prize money. This a great way to fall in love with the romantic part of cowboy culture, from the southern accent of the announcer, to the excitement of seeing skillful rodeo...More
My husband and I are from Texas. We no longer live there and our sons have never been to the rodeo. It was a blast and the boys were yipeeing and yee hawing with the best of them. It's not too e pensive and worth...More