CONGRATULATIONS! to the Slash B/Dagger Draw team from Dexter, NM, who came out on top as the Champion Team. Besides winning cash and prizes, the team wins a bid to the Working Ranch Cowboys Association World Championships held in November in Amarillo, TX. The Slash B/Dagger Draw team scored in all five events, winning the three of them---Team Branding, Team Doctoring and Wild Cow Milking.
Slash B/Dagger Draw team members are captain Matt Stockton, Wes Housler, Steven McCutcheon and Gideon Peterson.
Press Release…..for immediate release
The 2014 Big Bend Ranch Rodeo is just around the corner---August 8-9, 2014 and we anticipate this year’s event to be bigger and better than ever. Ranch teams from near and far will travel to the S.A.L.E. arena at Sul Ross State University in Alpine to compete in two days of non-stop action... read more
Big Bend Ranch Rodeo August 8-9, 2014
Alpine, Tx. The August 8-9, 2014 Big Bend Ranch Rodeo is fast approaching. Ranch teams from Texas and New Mexico have sent in their entries and are loading their horses. Don’t miss this year’s event.
This year’s ranch rodeo is going to be two days of non-stop horse action.
Friday morning @8:00am there is a Cutting competition at the o6 Flats Arena . That evening at 7:00pm starts the first of two performances of the Big Bend Ranch Rodeo.
Tickets for the rodeo performances go on sale at the gate at 5:30pm each night. Tickets are $10.00 and children 12 and under get in free.
Big Bend Ranch Rodeo events include:...read more
“Buy a Cowboy a Meal” has been great success and a part of our weekend that these ranch cowboys are still talking about---so we will repeat this year. There will be at least 100 cowboys from Texas and New Mexico coming into Alpine for the weekend. These boys will be hungry for a win at the rodeo and a good, West Texas meal. Show these cowboys some good ole’ West Texas hospitality and donate to the “Buy a Cowboy a Meal” fund.
You can send in your donation to BBRR, PO Box 2140, Alpine, Tx 79831 or drop it off at Big Bend Saddlery.
For more information contact Gary Dunshee at 432-837-5551.