2013 Breckenridge PRCA ProRodeo
1730 Airport Road, Breckenridge
Gates open at 3:30pm • Rodeo is from 5:00-7:00pm
Bring the family!
– Bar-B-Que cowboy dinner from 3:30-7:00pm.
– PRCA ProRodeo Clown will be giving free "behind-the-chutes" tours at 4:00pm.
– Before the rodeo, sign your kids up for the Mutton Busting or the Calf Scramble.
2013 EVENT DATES
The Breckenridge PRCA ProRodeo is every Saturday and Sunday evening for 11 weeks in 2013:
||Aug. 31/Sept. 1
Parking at rodeo grounds is FREE.
Free transportation wil be provided from Breck Station to the rodeo grounds every half hour:
— Free Ride, Yellow Route, Northside - Airport Road
— Leaves Breckenridge Station every hour at 0:15. First Bus at 6:15am, Last Bus at 11:15pm.
— Leaves Airport Rd. Auto Repair (directly at entrance of “Rodeo Grounds”) every hour at 0:22. First Bus at 6:22am, Last Bus at 11:22pm.
||VIP Season Pass
|Adult 16 & over
|Children Ages 7-15
|Ages 6 & under
*Season Passes: Include access to all 11 weeks (22 nights) of PRCA ProRodeos, Championship Bull Riding, and Exclusive Genetics Events. A 60% savings!
**VIP Tickets: Include private seating close to the bucking chutes, a cocktail waitress and private restrooms.
— $5 off all tickets with a Breckenridge photo ID (max. 4 tickets).
— Please note that the rodeo takes place rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable.
— Tickets can be purchased through Breckenridge Stables at 970-389-1701 or the Breckenridge Welcome Center at 970-453-5579.
— For discount lodging with rodeo tickets, click here.
Saddle Bronc — A rider gets on a bucking horse with a specialized saddle and attempts to stay mounted for 8 seconds while only holding a lead rope.
Bareback Riding — A rider gets on a bucking horse with only a handle and attempts to stay on for 8 seconds.
Bull Riding — A rider gets on a large bull and attempts to stay mounted while the animal tries to buck off the cowboy in 8 sec
Team Roping — 2 cowboys on horseback rope a steer together, one ropes the horns, the other ropes the back feet, quickest time wins.
Steer Wrestling — A horse-mounted rider chases a steer, drops from the horse to the steer, and then wrestles the steer to the ground.
Tie-Down Roping — A cowboy from horseback ropes a calf then dismounts the horse to restrain the calf as fast as possible.
Barrel Racing — A horse and rider attempt to complete a clover-leaf pattern around preset barrels in the fastest time.
To participate in the events mentioned above, contestants must have a PRCA card.
Mutton Busting- A child holds onto the back of a sheep for as long as they can while the sheep is running in an attempt to throw the child off. Free for kids 60 lbs or less. Only 10 entries/night. Sign up will be located at the "Official Merchandise Booth" under the white tent.
Calf Scramble- Calves with prizes tied to the tail are let loose in arena, first kid to get prize wins
To participate in these events, children must sign up the day of the rodeo at the rodeo grounds.
VENDORS & SPONSORS
To be a Sponsor or Vendor for Food, Beverage, Entertainment or Merchandise:
Contact: Brad Bays at email@example.com
Breckenridge Stables, PO Box 6686, Breckenridge, CO 80424
Questions? Please call
• No Pets allowed
• Credit cards accepted (Visa, MasterCard & Discover)
• Nights do get chilly, a jacket is recommended
• Rain or Shine