Only 2 Rodeos Remain
Rodeo Season is winding down but don’t lose heart, there are still fun times to be had. See specific dates below for special events.
As always there are great activities for kids. Kids can participate in Mutton Bustin’ and Calf Scramble. To participate in Mutton Bustin — Children MUST be under 50 pounds. Mutton busters must register through the call-in line on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm MDT. The call-in number is 970 923 9270. Mutton busters will not be allowed to ride on consecutive weeks unless we do not have enough participants signed up. Only the first ten plus three alternates will be allowed to participate each week. For both Mutton Bustin and Calf Scramble — All parents must sign the Entry Application and Release Form along with the Consent of Parent or Legal Guardian.
For Calf Scramble — Children must be 3-10 years old. No parents will be allowed to enter the arena. Sign-up will start at 5:30pm and end at 8:00pm at the rodeo secretary shed/registration booth. The parents of children that are signing up must be present when registering. All parents must sign the Entry Application and Release Form along with the Consent of Parent or Legal Guardian. Only children that have been given a wristband at the registration booth will be allowed to enter the arena.
h2>Hawaiian Night August 13, 2015
On August 13th the whole family can join in on the fun of our annual Hawaiian Night Rodeo. You will see cowboys, cowgirls, horse, rodeo clowns, horses and rodeo stock bedecked in Hawaiian print shirts, leis and grass skirts too!! There have even been a few cowboys in coconut bikini tops.
No matter if you want to celebrate the heritage of the Paniolo, remember your last visit or just wear a loud shirt, the Carbondale Rodeo’s annual Hawaiian night, August 13th is sure to be a colorful night. Want to see cowboys in grass skirts? This is the night. As always there will be great concessions to enjoy, from a full menu of barbecue food by Slow Groovin, to snocones and cookies by Senior Matters, and the Boy Scouts and Garfield County Rodeo Royalty alternate serving up popcorn and ice cream bars.
Aug 20th Last Rodeo of the Season
You won’t want to miss this! Rodeo season ends on Aug. 20th with the finals rodeo.
See who wins the buckles. It is always a heated competition to the end. The cowgirls and cowboys BRING their all to have the bragging rights and the buckle too!