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For nearly 30 years the Jim Shoulders living Legends rodeo has been delighting audiences.
Each year it has been growing with added features and attractions.
This year is no exception. Since becoming a PRCA-sanctioned event, more and better contestants have come to town to show off their skills.
"We will see the largest number of steer ropers and barrel racers yet," said rodeo committee chair Tammie Hiatt.She said over 30 head of bucking horses are going to be here and nearly 30 cowboys have signed up for the steer roping event.
A nationally-known barrel racer, Dona Rule from Minco, will be competing this year. "She has been to all the big rodeos including Las Vegas and has won over $100,000 in prize money so far this year."
Hiatt said there is more prize money going to the winners this year. "That entices more contestants and, since we are nearing the end of the rodeo season, PRCA members are trying to get as many points as possible.
In addition to the money, special prizes will be going to the top all around cowboy and cowgirl, top steer roper, and rough stock winners. Those include a leather director's chair, Yeti coolers and one of a kind trophy spurs. For the first time, the barrel racing winner will receive the Add Waddel memorial buckle. Waddle was a well-known trainer for barrel race horses. He was shot and killed several years ago.
For the entertainment, Brinson James the Entertainer will be on hand both nights. James is one of the most sought-after rodeo clowns and is coming to Henryetta from the Calgary Stampede.
Preceding the rodeo Saturday and Sunday evening at 6 will be the mutton busting event for youngsters. This year the two nights will see only 20 boys and girls participating.
The gates open at 5:30 with the rodeo starting at 8 each evening.
Admission is $8 for children and $12 for adults.