Sponsored by: Badders Law Firm, GG Distributing, RVOutfitters, Townsquare Media, KICKS 105, Mike Perry Dodge and RAM RODEO and so many more loyal and dedicated partners. For as little as $600 your business can have a 4x6 Double sided sign displayed in the Main Arena all year long. Every single rodeo sponsor is important to us.
Our gates will open each night at 6:30PM. Mutton Bustin will start at 7PM, followed by an exhibition performed by Roselake Ranch Drill Team. And then the Pete Carr Pro Rodeo action will start at 7:30PM nightly.
Mutton Bustin registration is at Boot Barn in Nacogdoches until March 18. This event is sponsored by DETEC & KICKS 105. A buckle will be given to the highest score each night. Splash Kingdom has donated free admission passes to all 45 participates plus the winners from each night will receive Season Passes.
Do you have a high school student who is looking for fun ways to get involved with community events? If so, we also have a Rodeo Youth Ambassador Program, sponsored by Armadillo Signs, Raising Canes and Pizza Hut for all Nacogdoches County high school students to apply for. There are only 25 spots. These students will earn a Community Service Certificate for hours volunteered during the rodeo. Of course, they will be fed every night and receive a t-shirt.
Nacogdoches High School Band will perform our National Anthem on Thursday Night. So, please come out to show your support for our NHS Band students.
On Friday morning, rodeo contestants will also be competing in Slack. There is no admission charge to watch Slack and everyone is welcome. It starts at 9AM. Be sure to wear your yellow ribbons and/or shirts on Friday Night as we show of support for children battling Childhood Cancer.
Saturday is a very busy day for the rodeo as well. Two separate Trail Rides will start around 8AM from two different locations. One will start on FM 1275 and the other will start at Valero’s on Hwy 59 North. Ms. Pam Hamby and the Shawnee Hill Trail Riders will break at Festival Park for lunch from 11:30 till 1:30PM. Ms. Lisa Wisner and the Trail Seekers Rodeo Trail Ride will break for lunch at CR 816& CR 813. If you have horse and want to saddle up or don’t but just want to come hang out with some happy fun loving people, stop by the Festival Park or CR 816 & CR 813 to pet the horses and take pictures. Both Trail Rides end at the Expo Center around 3PM for a Tailgate Party sponsored by CC’s Smokehouse and Pilgrim’s.
Also happening on Saturday morning of the Pro Rodeo, we host an Exceptional Rodeo for children with disabilities under Barn 1 from 10AM-1PM.The coordinator for this event is Mrs. Anita Humphrey’s and her daughter Katlyn. All special needs children in Nacogdoches and surrounding counties are invited to attend and participate. This is free of charge and a Saturday Night Admission Ticket will be given to all special needs children who attend the Exceptional Rodeo.
Pro Rodeo Personnel and KICKS 105 will be at Boot Barn in Nacogdoches for a Meet n Greet from 1:30 till 3:30 on Saturday. Be sure to bring your little ones to say hi to our Announcer Andy Stewart, Rudy the Clown and visit with some of our pro rodeo athletes.
Don’t forget to wear your pink ribbons and/or shirts on Saturday night for Breast Cancer Awareness. We are also excited to announce, the Nacogdoches Jaycees will award 8 Nacogdoches County graduating seniors an $800 rodeo scholarship during the Saturday Night Performance.
Tickets to the nightly performances are available online only at www.stallhigh.rodeoticket.com. We also have a rodeo store on that website where Nacogdoches Pro Rodeo merchandise can be purchased, which ultimately benefits the Nacogdoches Jaycees.
Rodeo Merch Store: https://stallhigh.rodeoticket.com/rodeos/nacogdoches-pro-rodeo-and-steershow/2022/shopping Rodeo Ticket Sales: https://stallhigh.rodeoticket.com/rodeos/nacogdoches-pro-rodeo-and-steershow/2022/tickets Nacogdoches Co. Expo & Civic Center: https://www.nacexpo.net