PRCA Rodeo is coming to town!
The PRCA Rodeo on Monday, September 5th will start at 5:00 pm! Gates open at 4:00 pm.
Adults – $9.00
Children/Seniors – $5.00
FRIDAY ONLY: Family of 5 gate ticket $20.00 or Student ticket for $5 with valid ID
- Coca Cola of Southern Utah
- Steve’s Concrete Pumping
- Sphere One Aviation
- Shane Bess Tile Inc.
- KB Express
- M.S. Concrete
- Evans Trucking
- Color Country Pediatrics
- Cliff Stubbs Concrete
- Moyle Irrigation Inc.
- Intermountain Audiology Hearing
- State Bank of Southern Utah
- Color Country Diesel
- The Wood Company
- Stotz Equipment
- Dominion Resources Inc.
- Kory Kemp
- Parowan Market
- Jones Paint & Glass
- Southern Country Chevron
- Dutch Cowboy Dairy
- Mountain View Lodge & Bistro
- Laub’s Feeding and Cubing
- Southern Utah University
- Cedar City Motor Co.
- ERA Realty Center
- Coughlin Co.
You can catch PRCA Rodeo right here at the Iron County Fair on Saturday, September 3 at 7 p.m. and Monday, September 5 at 6 p.m. Come and enjoy all the excitement of a PRCA Rodeo. Saturday night starts off with a Rodeo Pre-Show this year featuring Charley Jenkins at 5:30 p.m., your PRCA Rodeo ticket will get you in the gate. Be sure to stay after the Saturday evening performance for the firework display sponsored by AMPAC and Battista and Rio Locatelli Family.
This year the Battle of the Bulls and Ladies Barrels will be on Friday, September 2nd. The Bull riding is a Local / Open event for anyone who wishes to participate.There will be $500 add money. To register find the button below, or check out Bar T Rodeo. Ladies to register for the Barrels call Ty at 435-590-7631. There will be late registration the day of at the Iron County arena announcer stand.
There will be dances in the entertainment tent both Friday and Saturday following the rodeo.
Ticket prices are $9 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. for Advance ticket holders and at 5:00 p.m. for all others.
Bar T Rodeo Company
The Bar T Rodeo Company Was founded in the Red Rocks of Moab, Utah over 60 years ago by Cowboy Hall of famer D.A. Swanny Kerby & his wife Verda Kerby. Swanny Kerby brought some of the early rodeos to Utah and has continued to produce top quality PRCA rodeos all across the Western United States taking bucking stock to the first National Finals Rodeo in 1959 in Dallas, Texas and every NFR since. Their Son Bud Kerby and his wife Evelyn took the Bar T to the next level making it a state icon and one of the top rodeo companies in the United States. Bud, a saddle bronc rider and pick up man, was highly respected as one of the best bucking horse men in the industry. He built a breeding program that today is one of the most sought after horse herds in the world.
In 2011 Bar T Rodeo’s Fancy Pants won best saddle bronc of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo as well as the 2012 Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo horse of the year. Previous top stock awards have been awarded to bareback horse Alley Cat and saddle bronc horse Sparrow. Many years they have won top stock awards for the Wilderness Circuit. Bareback horse Bitter Robin, Saddle bronc horse 8 Ball and Bull -8 TopGun all won Animal of the Year at the 2011 Wilderness Circuit Finals Rodeo. In 2011 Bar T Rodeo came home with four go round buckles from the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Bar T Rodeo has been awarded with the Remuda Award, for best bucking horse breeding program, two different times first in 2006 and again in 2011. In 2002 Bar T Rodeo helped produce the first Olympic Rodeo in Farmington, Utah.12 years ago Bud and Evelyn’s daughter Wendie and her husband Jeff Flitton started a Bull breeding program. Many of the bulls they raised have been selected to go to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Bar T Rodeo family works hard maintaining the quality bucking horses and bucking bulls that the Bar T Rodeo has been known for. The company is currently owned and operated by Bud’s daughter and her husband, Jeff and Wendie Flitton along with their son, Cody Flitton.
Wayne Wise – Wayne Wise FB
For 30 years, audiences have been entertained and informed by one of the most distinctive and sought after voices in the industry. Wayne has literally announced rodeos and special events from border to border, and from coast to coast. Included on his resume are 4 time Mtn. States Circuit Finals, 4 Time First Frontier Circuit Finals, and one time Wilderness Circuit Finals. Wayne has also lent his talents to the horse show industry working the AQHA World Show 3 times, as well as the NRHA Futurity and Derby 4 times. And if his announcing schedule wasn’t enough, Wayne is the owner of the highly successful Double U Custom Leather business. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the multi talented Wayne Wise.
Dusty Barrett – dustybarrett.com
Born March 12, 1970 in Sauquoit, New York.
Dusty is the oldest grandson of the long time rodeo clown and entertainer Dick “Old Man” Barrett. With this heritage, Dusty could not help but begin his rodeo career at a very young age. As soon as he was old enough to walk, Dusty began shadowing his grandfather in the rodeo arena. Traveling up and down the east coast, Dusty helped “Old Man” tell jokes and perform acts.
As a teenager Dusty began riding all three rough stock events (Bareback, Saddle Broncs, and Bull Riding). During this time he stayed true to his roots and continued to clown rodeos during any spare moments that he had.
In 1998 Dusty won the PRCA First Frontier Circuit Saddle Bronc Riding Year End Championship adding this to his many other accomplishments. With this championship he retired from competition to concentrate on clowning full time.
In 1999, Dusty married his longtime partner Jennifer. Together they began training horses as well as creating specialty acts for Dusty to take on the road for entertaining. In 2004 He was proudly accepted into the PRCA.
Now with Dusty’s animal acts such as his Roman Riding Ponies, Trick Riding Pony, and “Squirt Gun” the trick pony, he is one of the up and coming great specialty performers in Rodeo today.