P.R.C.A Ram Rodeo Series

Thursday August 17th, 2023
Friday August 18th, 2023
Saturday, August 19th, 2023
8:00 PM

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

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Thursday, August 17th

All seats are $16. Kids 12 and under are $8.
Mutton Bustin starts at 7:30 PM.
Rodeo starts at 8:00 PM.

Man-Up Crusade Night: Join us in wearing purple to create public awareness about domestic violence.

Hospitality tent sponsored by Intermountain Health.

Friday, August 18th

All seats are $17.
Mutton Bustin starts at 7:30 PM.
Rodeo starts at 8:00 PM.

Family night special: Buy 5+ tickets and receive a 20% discount.

Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night: Join us in wearing pink to create public awareness about breast cancer.

Hospitality tent sponsored by Intermountain Health.

Saturday, August 19th

All seats are $17.
Mutton Bustin starts at 7:30 PM.
Rodeo starts at 8:00 PM.

Patriotic Night.

Queen Ceremony: Queen’s Saddle donated by D.L. Evans Banks and Cassia County Fairboard.

Hospitality tent sponsored by Intermountain Health.

Established in 1950 Barnes PRCA Rodeo from Peterson, Iowa continues to be a premier livestock contracting company and member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association.  The longevity of Barnes PRCA Rodeo is captured in the marketplace where community celebrations have been continuous partners dating back 40, 50 and 60 years. The late founder, Bob Barnes, once told a newspaper reporter years ago, “We are to rodeo – what Cadillac is to cars.”

Today Marty Barnes owns and manages all aspects of the livestock, rodeo production and breeding program with his eldest son, Westin, and their families.  Barnes PRCA Rodeo will produce over 30 events across the country in 2023. Visit their schedule page for a complete listing. 

The athletic talent of Barnes’ bucking horses, bulls and saddle horses is award-winning. This past December their bucking bulls were selected for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo along with saddle horses.  In November 2021 several bucking horses, saddle horses and bulls were hand picked for the Great Lakes Circuit Finals.  

The 40th anniversary of Crystal Springs being named the 1977 Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year is a celebrated event.  Red Horse Crossin’ was honored as the 2016 Great Lakes Circuit Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year.  Last year she became a new mother and in December 2017, she made her fifth consecutive trip to the Wrangler National Finals (WNFR) in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl of Pro Rodeo.  During the 2015 WNFR, she bucked off her riders and was judged the Best Bucking Horse of the performance in Rounds 3 and 8.  The Barnes’ bay mare CAT Power was selected nine consecutive times between 2005-2013 to the WNFR.  The foundation sire Boy Ballou continues to influence the breeding program.  He made five trips to the National Finals Rodeo.

Barnes PRCA Rodeo is in an elite class of PRCA Stock Contractors.  They provided livestock at the very first National Finals Rodeo in 1959.

Professional Rodeo Announcer

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.

Kade Rogge

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 into the 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.

Our Official Rodeo Photographer

We credit Amanda Dilworth at Western Edge Photography for the many great photos of our rodeo, some of which are used throughout out site.

Amanda Dilworth, a native of Burley, Idaho, has been the owner and creative force behind Western Edge Photography for over five years. With a lifelong passion for capturing the ruggedness of rodeo and the simplicity of rural America, Amanda was introduced to the magic of the camera by her father and later honed her craft at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming. Specializing in Rodeo Action Photography and Equine Special Events, Amanda also enjoys capturing portraits, weddings, children, and special events such as reunions and parties, always striving to incorporate the Western way of life into her images. With a love for natural light photography, Amanda encourages her clients to include their pets and farm animals in their portraits and group shots, expertly telling their unique stories. With a drive, stamina, and motivation to capture any event, Amanda is available for travel and will come to your home, farm, or location of your choice to create beautiful and lasting memories.

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