WRCA Rodeo Tickets
WRCA Rodeo tickets
Witness how real working cowboys and cowgirls get the job done in these ranch rodeo events. These professional cowhands, competing with their own ranch team in true-to-life events like wild cow milking and steer doctoring, are the real deal; they are living the real ranch life every day and are itching to show off their ranch hand skills and prove their mettle. Get your WRCA Rodeo tickets at StubHub today and witness this amazing event live.
WRCA Rodeo schedule
Qualifying in a WRCA sanctioned Ranch Rodeo is the first step that leads to the Word Championship Ranch Rodeo final. These rodeos include the Hi-Lo Country Ranch Rodeo in Kim, Colorado; the Lowell Goemmer Memorial Ranch Rodeo in Wickenburg, Arizona; the Wild Horse Prairie Days in Haskell, Texas; and the Sandhills Championship Ranch Rodeo in Arthur, Nebraska.
WRCA Rodeo events
Time is of the essence in these events as the fastest team claims victory. Calf-branding events require a team of six cowboys, and the team consists of a roper, a brander, two herd holders and two flankers to identify, rope and drag two calves from the herd to the branding zone. Team doctoring is similar but involves larger yearlings and requires a header (ropes the head) and heeler (ropes the hind legs) as well as a vet to pull the steer to its side and administer medication. The wild cow milking event involves a roper (on horseback) and two muggers and a milker catching a cow and getting at least some milk into a 12-inch longneck bottle before racing it to the judge � all while wearing their cowboy boots.
More about WRCA Rodeo
The Working Ranch Cowboys Assoc. was formed in 1995 to protect and promote the working ranch and cowboy lifestyle. Membership is open to ranch owners, foremen and cowhands who live a full-time rancher lifestyle. Scholarships and other aid to help struggling farm communities are funded through the ranch rodeo competitions. WRCA sanctions many ranch rodeos that ultimately qualify entrants for the World Championship Ranch Rodeo held in Amarillo, Texas, since 1996.
The WRCA Rodeo experience
Crowd-pleasing favorites, besides seeing strapping cowboys in big hats and big boots, include bronc riding and cattle herding. Setting them apart from many PRCA-style events, WRCA rodeos involve competitions for legitimate working cowhands that test the skills they use every day. Spectators will most often see these professionals use their teamwork while racing to herd and pen cattle, saddle and race wild horses and rope and milk wild cows, but the events may vary slightly at different team rodeo locations. Steer-doctoring and cow-branding competitions also test their speed and roping skills.
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