August 12-19, 2023

P.R.C.A Ram Rodeo Series

August 17, 18, 19

Thursday • Friday • Saturday

Announcer Kade Rogge

One Gift Card for a Free Pair of Jeans will be given away each night, Courtesy of Wrangler!

Monday, August 14

Tuesday, August 15

Motorcycle and ATV Rodeo

Entry Fee $15/$10

Participants must be checked in by 6 pm and be ready for the riders meeting at 6:30 pm. Rodeo Starts at 7 pm.

Click Here for the Moto Rodeo Page

1 ATV Class and 2 Dirt Bike Classes (250cc & 450cc). Click Here for the 2022 Flyer and more details.

Thursday, August 17

Click for Tickets

All Seats are $16. Kids 12 and under are $8.

7:30 PM Pre-Rodeo Entertainment
Mutton Busting. Click Here for more information and to Pre-Register

Man Up Crusade
Campaign to create public awareness of domestic violence. Join us by wearing purple.

Hospitality Tent Sponsored by Intermountain Health Care

Friday, August 18

Click for Tickets

Family Night

All Seats are $17. Family Night Special: Buy 5+ Tickets and Receive a 20% Discount

7:30 PM Pre-Rodeo Entertainment
Mutton Busting. Click Here for more information and to Pre-Register

Tough Enough to Wear Pink
Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Join us by wearing pink.

Hospitality Tent Sponsored by Intermountain Health Care

Saturday, August 19

Click for Tickets

Patriotic Night

All Seats are $17.

First 200 get Hat Stickers from Wrangler.

7:30 PM Pre-Rodeo Entertainment
Mutton Busting. Click Here for more information and to Pre-Register

Queen Ceremony Queen's saddle donated by D.L .Evans Bank & Cassia County Fairboard.

Hospitality Tent Sponsored by Intermountain Health Care
Man Up Crusade

Cassia County Fair and Rodeo has teamed up to bring purple night on August 17. "Man Up Crusade" is a nonprofit organization creating public awareness of domestic violence. The color purple and the purple ribbon have been adopted to show support for victims and their advocates. Please wear purple as we support this great cause. We'd love to see a sea of purple in the arena on Thursday night! For more information see

Ram Rodeo Series Wrangler Justin Boots

Hospitality Tent Sponsored by Intermountain Health Care

About Bar-T Rodeo Company

Bar T Rodeo Company

The Bar T Rodeo Company was founded in the red rocks of Moab, Utah over 60 years ago by Pro Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees, D.A. “Swanny” Kerby, his wife Verda, and their son Rex "Bud" Kerby. Swanny brought the first rodeo to Utah and continued to produce top quality rodeos all across the western United States. Bud and his wife Evelyn took the Bar T to the next level making it a Utah state icon and one of the top rodeo companies in the United States. He built a breeding program that today is one of the most sought after horse herds in the world.

Bar T Rodeo Rider

Bar T Rodeo has been awarded twice with the PRCA’s prestigious Remuda Award in 2005 and 2011. They have won PRCA horse and bull of the year several times most recently in 2011 Fancy Pants was nominated as best saddle bronc horse of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. They have been awarded many times with the top stock awards for the Wilderness Circuit. In 2002 they helped to produce the first Olympic Rodeo in Farmington, Utah. Bar T Rodeo has had stock nominated to attend all of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo’s since 1959.

Today the company is owned by Bud and Evelyn’s Daughter Wendie, her husband Jeff along with their son Cody Flitton. The Flitton’s added to the company’s breeding program in 1999, they started a bull breeding program, which has produced many award winning bucking bulls. The Bar T is operated by many of the Kerby and Flitton family members you will even see fifth generation grandchildren doing their part to help during their performances.

The Bar T Rodeo family works hard to maintain the high quality bucking horses and bulls that the company has been known for and generations of cowboys have preferred. They have a goal to preserve the western heritage and the sport of rodeo. They want to make sure that for many years to come generations of families have the opportunity to enjoy top quality professional rodeos.

About Kade Rogge

Kade Rogge started his rodeo career at a young age being competitive in local team roping jackpots and rodeos at the age of seven. His love for rodeo turned into a very successful high school rodeo career which gave him numerous college scholarship offers. His freshman year he rodeoed at the University of Montana Western. His sophomore year he decided to transfer to be closer to home to the College of Southern Idaho where he made the CNFR as the Rocky Mountain Region Team Roping Champion.

During his years at CSI, his love for the production side of rodeo developed as his coach threw him under fire to announce their annual rodeo school. He hasn't looked back since. Kade honed his skills at the Cody Night Rodeo for two seasons shortly after college as their lead announcer. This gave him the confidence to buy his PRCA card and now he is entering the 2022 season as a nine-year pro.

With his love for travel, he has entertained crowds coast to coast. From the Ellensburg Cinch Shootout to the long-standing traditions in Cowtown, New Jersey. He was featured as lead announcer for the BFO at the Texas Motor Speedway in 2019. Rogge's voice has also been featured on Wrangler Network, Cowboy Channel, and Cinch TV.

When Kade is not on the road he enjoys his other occupations which are livestock auctioneering and cattle ranching this allows Rogge to be with his wife Jasmyn daughter Rory and son Rix on their modest cattle ranch in Southern Idaho.