Xtreme Teen (XT) [12-19yrs]
Only one Minor Waiver is required per child.
Adults (18 years of age or older) participating in Ranch Dressing or Xtreme Teen, just sign the Adult waiver.
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Saturday 1:00pm to 4:00pm (Registration Opens at 11:00am)
Calling all teens ages 12 to 19! Grab your friends and come on out for FREE rodeo fun and a chance at great prizes. We have 6 custom buckles and more than $600 in Shoppers Supply Gift Cards to give away plus lots of other great prizes.
No livestock experience necessary to participate. This year the activities include the Ultimate Steer Toss, Tractor Tire Relay, Team Sorting, The Chicken Challenge, and the Piggy Back Hustle.
Some of the events are individual like the Ultimate Steer Toss. Other events are Team events. No need to bring a team though because there will be lots of other teens looking to partner up for some Xtreme fun. Teams form right at the starting line so everyone ages 12 to 19 can get involved.
Event is run in the covered arena on Saturday, March 14th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Great prizes like buckles, gift cards and much more donated by our generous sponsor, Shoppers Supply. Prizes will be awarded at 4pm in the stands immediately following the event.
Xtreme Teen Rodeo is FREE to enter. Event parking is just $5 per day.
Registration starts at 11:00am and runs until 1:00pm. Late registration until 2:00pm for events not yet completed.
Event activities are from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, with prizes awarded at the end of the event.
All participants must have a waiver completed and be wearing an official back number to participate in Xtreme Teen events.
Some Xtreme Teen activities may be run concurrently due to time constraints. Listen to the announcements at the event for the up-to-the-minute action reports in our covered arena. We will try to time events so that everyone can participate in every event they want to join the fun for.
Xtreme Teen Events:
Definitely a crowd favorite! This event is also called “chute doggin’”. In this event participants are timed on how long it takes them to lay a steer down on its side. Participants start in the official rodeo buckin’ chute with their steer, when the chute opens the participant has 30 seconds to try and get that steer down on its side with all 4 feet off the ground. Don’t worry, there will be a demonstration and plenty of coaches to help you understand what to do. Come on, you know you want to try it!