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Rodeo Information

Admission:

Adults: $10.00

Ages 6 - 12: $5.00

5 & Under: Free

Saturday Night Dance: $10.00

(Music by The Ponyboys)

Ages 14 & Under: $5.00

Dry Camping: $30.00

Day Parking: Free

 

Local Events Information:

Youth Barrel Racing - $10 Entry Fee Limited to 10 entries per day.

12 Years & Under (Saturday Only)

13 to 17 years (Sunday Only)

 

Merchant Cow Milking

$500 added purse

Entry Fee $60/team

3 Person Teams

Limited to 6 teams/day

Entries for local events:

Call (509) 896 - 5115

   6-8 PM

Rodeo All Around Winner

$1000 has been added this year by Sorensen Farms for an All-Around Winner (excludes local events).  This money is separate from NPRA and will be issued by the Bickleton Rodeo at the completion of the second day.

Winner will be based on a points system.  The individual with the most points will win.  All events are equal, points will depend on placing in each event.  Each team member in team events will be awarded points.

1st Place - 5 Points

2nd Place - 4 Points

3rd Place - 3 Points

4th Place - 2 Points

5th Place - 1 Point 

The more events you enter the better chance you have!

About the NPRA

The purpose of the NPRA to perpetuate the sport of rodeo through continued growth in rodeos and membership, providing humane and competitive entertainment for the Northwest. On our site you will find the current standings of some of the finest Northwest Cowboys as well as the results from some of the Best Rodeos in the West. 

The Northwest Professional Rodeo Association is the western United States largest regional rodeo organization. It annually sanctions over 40 rodeos throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada and California. Its membership continues to grow and represents the finest caliber of rodeo athletes in the country! 

The NPRA rodeo season begins in October with a few indoor rodeos through the winter months, increases to a "multiple rodeos per weekend" schedule through the summer months, and climaxes in September at the Championship Finals. 

The NPRA is proud of the opportunity it provides for rodeo athletes to compete at the professional level while remaining close to home, families, and weekday jobs. It promotes a wholesome family atmosphere and continuously works to improve contestant and livestock conditions. It is dedicated to preserving the western heritage that is an integral part of rodeo. The spirit of the west is alive and flourishing at NPRA rodeos throughout the northwest region.

Thousands of rodeo fans have discovered that the sportsmanship, the level of competition, the quality of livestock and the exciting rodeo action seen at NPRA rodeos is the "Best in the West". 

Watch for an NPRA sanctioned event near you this year and come see for yourself! Bring the whole family and enjoy the fun and excitement of The Great American Sport of Rodeo - NPRA style!

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