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70th Anniversary Eagle County Fair & Rodeo
70th
Anniversary
Eagle County Fair & Rodeo
70th Anniversary Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Official Program Guide 70th Annual Celebrating Eagle County’s Western
70th Anniversary Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Official Program Guide 70th Annual Celebrating Eagle County’s Western

Official Program Guide

70th Annual
70th Annual
Celebrating Eagle County’s Western Heritage Since 1939
Celebrating Eagle County’s Western Heritage Since 1939
www.eaglecounty.us
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& Rodeo Official Program Guide 70th Annual Celebrating Eagle County’s Western Heritage Since 1939 www.eaglecounty.us

WELCOME

WELCOME Jon Stavney Sara J. Fisher Chairman Peter F. Runyon Welcome to the 70th Annual Eagle

Jon Stavney

Sara J. Fisher Chairman

Peter F. Runyon

Welcome to the 70th Annual Eagle County Fair & Rodeo!

The Eagle County Fair & Rodeo showcases our citizens’ best efforts alongside world class entertainment. Especially in these challenging economic times, there’s no better way to celebrate our western heritage than to take part in the timelessness of one of the area’s oldest-running events, in one of Colorado’s most beautiful places. Thank you for joining us in our 70th anniversary celebration.

Eagle County Board of Commissioners

Published by Colorado Mountain News Media

of Commissioners Published by Colorado Mountain News Media Colorado Mountain News Media 200 Lindbergh Drive PO

Colorado Mountain News Media 200 Lindbergh Drive PO Box 15001 Gypsum, CO 81637 (970) 328.6333

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EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO

2009 Eagle County Fair Board Members

Rachel Overlease - President 2009 Kathy Calton Trent Eichler Everett Ferguson - Secretary Loyd Gerard Amy Gill -Vice President Dudley Irwin Mike Mathias Jeff Matthews Bennett Pollack Bill Stephens Kris Whittaker

Emeritus Members

Patty Ferguson

Tina Estes

Linda Jones

Bruce Carey

Jim Morgan General Manager Contents Mike Agnese Operations Director . Moos & Brews Entertainment Event
Jim Morgan
General Manager
Contents
Mike Agnese
Operations Director
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Moos & Brews Entertainment
Event Schedule
Special Contest
PCRA Events
Sponsor Thank You
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A Kansas City BBQ Society sanctioned BBQ competition with over $10,000 in prize money at

A Kansas City BBQ Society sanctioned BBQ competition with over $10,000 in prize money at stake!

Presented by

with over $10,000 in prize money at stake! Presented by Friday, July 24th 5pm to 9pm

Friday, July 24th

5pm to 9pm

Williams Brothers - 5pm to 6:30pm TNT - 7pm to 8:30pm

9pm Williams Brothers - 5pm to 6:30pm TNT - 7pm to 8:30pm Saturday, July 25th 12pm

Saturday, July 25th

12pm to 6pm

The Digger Trends - 12pm to 1:30pm The Hillbilly Hellcats - 2pm to 3:30pm TNT - 4pm to 5:30 pm

$5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples

to 5:30 pm $5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970)
to 5:30 pm $5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970)
to 5:30 pm $5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970)
to 5:30 pm $5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970)
to 5:30 pm $5.00 Admission Fee $12.00 for Microbrew Samples For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970)

For more information: www.moosandbrews.com or (970) 949-0140

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PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH EVENT SCHEDULE 9am TUESDAY, JULY 21 4-H Clothing
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH EVENT SCHEDULE 9am TUESDAY, JULY 21 4-H Clothing
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH EVENT SCHEDULE 9am TUESDAY, JULY 21 4-H Clothing

EVENT SCHEDULE

9am

TUESDAY, JULY 21 4-H Clothing Project Judging

2pm

Fashion Revue Judging

7pm

Public Fashion Revue - Eagle County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall

9am

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 4-H English Horse Show - large outdoor arena

9am

THURSDAY, JULY 23 4-H Western Horse Show - large outdoor arena

9am

FRIDAY, JULY 24 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Clinics,

12-1pm

Presentations and Cowboys for Kids Extreme Junior Dummy Roping Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

1-2pm

Exhibit Hall Buckaroo Roping Lessons

2-3pm

Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

4-5pm

Exhibit Hall Buckaroo Roping Lessons

5-6:30pm

Williams Bros. Band

5-9pm

Moo’s & Brews Festival - KCBS Sanctioned

6-9pm

BBQ Contest and MicroBrew sampling with live entertainment Extreme Junior Dummy Roping followed by

6-9pm

Jackpot Team Roping “TNT” Tribute to AC/DC

9am-7pm

SATURDAY, JULY 25 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo clinics

10-11am

and trade show Buckaroo Roping Lessons

12-6pm

Moos & Brews Festival - KCBS Sanctioned

12-1pm

BBQ Contest & Micro-Brew sampling with live entertainment Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

1-2pm

Exhibit Hall Buckaroo Roping Lessons

1-3pm

Cowboys for Kids Extreme Junior Dummy

2-3:30pm

Roping Hillbilly Hellcats Band

2-3pm

Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

SUNDAY, JULY 26

MONDAY, JULY 27

4-5pm

Exhibit Hall Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

4:30-6pm

Exhibit Hall “TNT” Tribute to AC/DC

7-9pm

Eagle Valley Championship WRCS Ranch

9am-5pm

Rodeo (ticketed event)

Rocky Mountain Horse Expo clinics and trade

10-11am

show Buckaroo Roping Lessons

10am-12pm

Cowboys for Kids Extreme Junior Dummy

11am-12pm

Roping Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

10-11am

Exhibit Hall Buckaroo Roping Lessons

1-3pm

Jason Patrick - Local Ranch Rodeo

2-3pm

Stick Horse Rodeo on south east lawn near

7am

Exhibit Hall

4-H Open Class, Eagle River Set-up

7am

4-H Working Ranch Horse Competition

11am-5pm

– large outdoor arena Exhibit Booth set-up in the Eagle River

Noon-6:30pm

Center (educational & non-profit vendors) Enter non-perishable Open Class Exhibits

4pm

in the Eagle River Center 4-H Eagle River Center Livestock Set-up

7am-8:30am

TUESDAY, JULY 28 Enter all perishable Open Class exhibits at

9am-6pm

the Eagle River Center Open Class and 4-H judging interviews

1pm

(Judging closed to public.) 4-H Poultry Show at Eagle River Center

6pm

4-H Gymkhana Competition - large

6pm

outdoor arena All pens available - Livestock can start arriving

PHOTO BY MIKE CRABTREE

PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH
PHOTO BY WENDY GRIFFITH

9am-8pm

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 “KIDS AND FAMILY DAY” 4-H and Open Class Exhibits open to public

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Eagle River Center

9am

4-H Rabbit Show

Noon

Carnival Opens

2pm

Weigh-in of sale animals begins

3:30pm-7:30pm

Children’s Craft tent

3:30pm-4pm

Local Teen Band TBA

3:30pm-7:30pm

Borillo Entertainment & Face Painting

5pm-7:30pm

Jonny Mogambo Band

4pm-7:30pm

Children’s Arts & Crafts Tent

5pm

All Animals to be in place

6pm-6:45 pm

REGISTER Cookie Jars in the Eagle River

7pm

Center for the Cookie Jar Contest “70 Years of Fun” Theme Judging of the Cookie Jar Contest - Eagle River Center

8pm

PRCA Rodeo - large outdoor arena - 4-H Non-Perishable Food Drive

9am-8pm

THURSDAY, JULY 30 “CATTLEMAN’S NIGHT AT THE RODEO” 4-H and Open Class Exhibits open to

9am

public - Eagle River Center 4-H Swine Show - Eagle River Center

Noon

Carnival Opens

Noon-11pm

Antique Tractor Display

2pm

4-H Lamb Show - Eagle River Center

3-4pm

Local Teen Band TBA

4pm

4-H Goat Show - Eagle River Center

3:30-7:30pm

Children’s Craft Tent

5-7:30pm

New Shoes Band

5:30-7:30pm

CSU Alumni Assoc. Event

8pm

at Exhibition Hall PRCA Rodeo - large outdoor arena

9am-8pm

FRIDAY, JULY 31 “TOUGH ENOUGH TO WEAR PINK” DAY 4-H and Open Class Exhibits open to

9am-Noon

public - Eagle River Center 4-H Beef Show - Eagle River Center

Noon

Carnival Opens

2-4pm

4-H Round Robin Showmanship - Eagle

3-4pm

River Center Local Teen Band TBA

3:30-7:30pm

Children’s Craft Tent

3:30-7:30pm

Borillo Children’s Entertainment & Face Painting

5-7:30pm

Derringer Band BINGO at Eagle River Center PRCA Rodeo - large outdoor arena - Tough Enough to Wear Pink night at the Rodeo Derringer Band

6pm

8pm

10-11pm

8am

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 “SALUTE TO ELECTED OFFICIALS & SERVICE PERSONNEL” Jr. Livestock Auction setup - Eagle River Center 4-H and Open Class Exhibits open to public - Eagle River Center Pretty Baby Contest Registration - Eagle River Center Pretty Baby Contest - Eagle River Center Carnival opens Jr. Livestock Barbeque - Eagle River Center Junior Livestock Auction Homemade Salsa Contest Registration - Eagle River Center Children’s Craft Tent Too Young to Know Band Homemade Salsa Contest - People’s Choice - Come taste your vote! Heritage Demonstrations - Eagle River Center PRCA Rodeo - Large outdoor arena - Junior Livestock Buyers Night at the Rodeo Airborn Band

9am-8:00pm

10:30am

11am

Noon

Noon

1pm

2pm

3-7:30pm

3-5pm

3-5pm

6-8pm

6-8pm

10-11pm

8am

SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 Load out 4-H sale animals Checkout of 4-H and Open-class exhibits - Eagle River Center

9am-1pm

8am SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 Load out 4-H sale animals Checkout of 4-H and Open-class exhibits -
Vail Resorts 360 is proud to support: THE ANNUAL EAGLE COUNTY FAIR &RODEO A VAIL
Vail Resorts 360 is proud to support:
THE ANNUAL EAGLE COUNTY
FAIR
&RODEO
A VAIL VALLEY TRADITION FOR 70 YEARS

Vail Resorts 360 is the company’s new corporate stewardship program, bringing together three important initiatives – our charitable giving, community engagement for our employees, our environmental initiatives. This year, the VR 360 program contributed $5 million in cash and in-kind gifts to almost 100 non-profits in our resort communities. Over 250 employees volunteered to plant trees in several different locations, to build homes with Habitat for Humanity and help read to kids in local schools. In addition, VR 360 continued our partnership with the National Forest Foundation, culminating in grants of $1.2 million over the last three years to groups that work to preserve the White River National Forest. And finally, the company made a commitment to reduce our energy consumption by 10% in just two years – and we are well on our way.

MOVING FORWARD. GIVING BACK.

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LARGEST

ZUCCHINI

CONTEST

This is a special class just for fun that will be judged separately from the classes in the garden department. So bring in your biggest zucchini and join the fun. Zucchini will be judged by weight. Contestants need to enter zucchinis at the Eagle River Center between noon and 6:00 p.m. on Monday July 27, 2009. Prizes!

COOKIE JAR CONTEST

Wednesday, July 29, 2009 Anniversary Theme: “70 Years of FUN” Registration: 6:00 – 6:45 p.m. Sponsored by: Red Canyon Café Located on Broadway in Eagle, Colorado

970-328-2232

General Rules:

Calling all ages-if you like to bake & create, then this contest is for you!

1. Register Cookie Jars at 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30, 2008 at the Eagle River Center. Judging will take place at 7:00 p.m.

2. The Cookie Jar must be of at least one-half gallon capacity with a wide mouth. Preferable, the container and decorations are made out of recycled, food safe materials suitable for use as a cookie jar.

3. Container must be filled with a minimum of 1 dozen homemade cookies, which will be sold to the general public afterwards.

4. In addition to the cookie jar, place 3 cookies on a paper plate and cover with a Ziploc bag so that the judges may have easy access to the cookies for judging.

5. Class will be judged on 50% creativity of the container, use of recycled products and easy access; and 50% on flavor, texture and appearance of cookies.

6. Copyrighted characters, slogans, etc. are not allowed.

7. The cookie jar will remain on display at the Eagle River Center until Sunday, August 3, 2008. Cookie Jars not picked up will be thrown away. Cookies will be removed from the jar and sold at the bake sale. The winning contestant will receive a Cookie Jar donated by Red Canyon Café.

SPECIAL CONTESTS

PRETTY BABY CONTEST

Saturday, August 1, 2009 Registration: 9:30 a.m. @ Eagle River Center Contest: 11:00 a.m.

RULES:

• The Pretty Baby Contest is open to babies’ ages 0 - 3 years.

• Contestants can enter in all six categories, but can only win once.

• Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

• The Pretty Baby Contest will be in the Eagle River Center Exhibit Hall.

• Eagle County Fair & Rodeo will donate a $50.00 savings bond (Upon Maturity) to the winner in each category.

The six categories are: Best “Dressed for the Fair & Rodeo” costume, Looks Most like Mom/Pop, Best Beach Wear Ensemble, Best Hair-Do, Prettiest Smile in Eagle County and Most Patriotic

SALSA TASTING CONTEST

Saturday, August 1, 2009 Registration: 3:00p.m. @ Eagle River Center Contest: 4:00 p.m.

3 Entry Categories:

Best Professional Best Amateur Best Hot Salsa

Enter your fresh HOMEMADE salsa and let the people of Eagle County decide who really has the best around!

Enter Three - 1 quart jars of your best freshly made salsa! The salsa must have been made within 72 hours of entry. All entries will be inspected prior to the contest.

There will be separate divisions for Amateur and Restaurant. Anyone who enters salsa in one division is unable to enter salsa in the other division.

- See contestant handbook for complete rules. -

to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE
to enter salsa in the other division. - See contestant handbook for complete rules. - EAGLE

RODEO ROYALTY

FAIR & RODEO QUEEN

KELLY A D A M S

Kelly Adams grew up in Eagle County and has been riding horses her whole life. She is 18 years old and graduated from Vail Christian High School. Kelly will be attending Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado this August, and plans on getting a degree in Entrepreneurship. She competes in barrel racing all over the state and will be taking her horses Kiddo and Deuce to college to be on the NJC Rodeo Team. In her free time, she also enjoys snowboarding, dancing and gymnastics.

time, she also enjoys snowboarding, dancing and gymnastics. FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS SARAH B A K
FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS SARAH B A K K E N Sarah Bakken is the
FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS
SARAH B A K K E N
Sarah Bakken is the Princess for the 2009 Eagle County Fair and Rodeo. She
is fourteen years old and is attending Eagle Valley High School this fall as
a freshman. She enjoys being with animals, and has been a member of the
Wolcott Cross Roads 4-H Club for seven years. Sarah has sold steers, goats,
swine and turkeys. She loves to ride horses and is also a member of the
Freedom Riders drill team. Sarah spends her time training her new mustang
that she adopted from the Wild Horse Adoption Program.

FAIR & RODEO QUEEN ATTENDANT

ANGELA D O W N S

Angela Downs is the Queen Attendant for the 2009 Eagle County Fair and Rodeo. Angela was born and raised in Eagle County, along with her four older brothers. She is fourteen years old and is attending Vail Christian High School. She spends her time riding horses and training her colt and mare. Angela hopes to continue being royalty for 2011 as the Queen for the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo.

for 2011 as the Queen for the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo. FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS
FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS ATTENDANT BETHANY R O O F Fourteen-year-old Bethany Roof just finished
FAIR & RODEO PRINCESS ATTENDANT
BETHANY R O O F
Fourteen-year-old Bethany Roof just finished the eighth grade. An active
member of 4-H, Bethany participates in the dog club and the sewing club. She
also competes in various livestock and horse projects. Bethany travels around
the state showing her Palomino horse, Mac, and works for her horse trainer,
learning all of the aspects of horse care and management. In addition to 4-H
and her duties as rodeo royalty, Bethany is the state champion of her division
in Tae Kwon Do.
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BAREBACK RIDING

Bareback riding is one of the wildest and most physically demanding events

in rodeo. Contestants must ride a bucking horse for eight seconds, holding nothing but a single-handhold rigging cinched around the horse’s girth. A rider is disqualified if he touches his equipment, himself or the animal with his free hand, or if he is bucked off before eight seconds. Half of the cowboy’s score comes from his spurring technique and “exposure” to the strength of the horse; the other half is determined by the bucking strength of the horse.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Porum, OK. 2005 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES 5’
2008
WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Porum, OK.
2005
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
5’ 8”
One (2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
130
lbs.
$216,967
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
October 10, 1986
$479,755
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
Single
2
(2007- 2008)
OTHER INTERESTS
2008
WRANGLER
Hunting, playing baseball,
basketball, and football
NFR EARNINGS
$126,292
JUSTIN MCDANIEL
and football NFR EARNINGS $126,292 JUSTIN MCDANIEL 1 2 STEER WRESTLING The concept seems straightforward

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STEER WRESTLING

The concept seems straightforward enough–drop from a horse, grab a steer

by the horns and wrestle it to the ground, stopping the clock as quickly as possible. Easily said, not easily done. In fact, steer wrestling is so difficult that no champion has won consecutive world titles in the sport since Ote Berry captured back-to-back crowns in 1990-91. Timing, technique, strength and the horsemanship of the hazer, who guides the steer in a straight path for the cowboy, are the primary necessities of this popular event.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Santa Maria, CA. 2000 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES
2008
WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Santa Maria, CA.
2000
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
6’ 0”
Two (2004 & 2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
235
lbs.
$242,018
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
September 17, 1980
$1,198,035
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
Wife - Lindsay
7
(2001-04, 2006-08)
OTHER INTERESTS
2008
WRANGLER
Training horses, fishing,
hunting, playing golf
NFR EARNINGS
$111,238
EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
LUKE BRANQUINHO
Training horses, fishing, hunting, playing golf NFR EARNINGS $111,238 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO LUKE BRANQUINHO
2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Snowflake, Ariz. 1994 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES 6’
2008 WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Snowflake, Ariz.
1994
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
6’ 1”
Two (2006 & 2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
175 lbs.
$189,568
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
September 20, 1969
$515,713
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
Kim, Megan, Jessica, Aubrie,
Ashlie, Cody, Logan, Porter
2 (2006 & 2008)
2008
WRANGLER
OTHER INTERESTS
NFR EARNINGS
Playing basketball and
roping with his kids
$83,834
HEADER
MATT SHERWOOD

TEAM ROPING

Team roping requires precise timing and anticipation between the header and heeler, making it rodeo’s only

true team event. The header’s job is to rope the steer around the horns, neck or horn-neck combination, then turn the steer to the left so the heeler can ride in and rope both of the steer’s hind legs. The clock is started when the ropers leave their respective boxes, and it stops when their ropes are taut and their horses are facing each other. If the heeler catches only one leg, a five-second penalty is assessed; if the header fails to give the steer its allotted head start, the team receives a 10-second penalty.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Las Vegas, Nev. 2002 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES
2008 WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Las Vegas, Nev.
2002
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
5’10”
One (2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
175 lbs.
$189,568
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
November 27, 1955
$467,554
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
HEELER
QUALIFICATIONS
Engaged Audrey
3 (TR 2002, 2006, 2008)
OTHER INTERESTS
2008
WRANGLER
Missionary work
NFR EARNINGS
$83,834
RANDOM ADAMS
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
OTHER INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Missionary work NFR EARNINGS $83,834 RANDOM ADAMS EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

Rodeo’s “classic” event–saddle bronc riding–was truly born in the Old West, where ranch cowboys would test themselves against one another and the rankest of unbroken horses. Not much has changed. Today the cowboys are still climbing aboard bucking horses, and the competition between man and man–and man and horse–remains as intense as ever. A bronc rider must begin the ride with his feet placed over the bronc’s shoulders, then synchronize his spurring action with the animal’s bucking style in order to receive a high score after the eight-second trip.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Milford, Utah 1998 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES 5’
2008 WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Milford, Utah
1998
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
5’ 8”
One (2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
145
lbs.
$201,133
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
April 1, 1977
$1,127,637
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
ShaRee, Rusty, Ryder,
Stetson, Statler
6 (2003-08)
CODY WRIGHT
Rusty, Ryder, Stetson, Statler 6 (2003-08) CODY WRIGHT 14 TIE-DOWN ROPING A tie-down roping run begins

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TIE-DOWN ROPING A tie-down roping run begins with a mounted cowboy giving a head start to a

250-pound calf, then giving chase down the arena. After roping the calf, the cowboy dismounts, runs down the rope (which is anchored to a saddle horn), lays the calf on its side and ties any three of its legs together with a “piggin’ string” he carried clenched in his teeth. Needless to say, it requires a great athlete to accomplish the mad dash in a matter of a few seconds.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Childress, Texas 1994 HEIGHT WORLD TITLES 6’
2008
WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Childress, Texas
1994
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
6’ 3”
One (2008)
2008
EARNINGS
WEIGHT
$181,401
180
lbs.
CAREER EARNINGS
DOB
$1,539,087
July 14, 1970
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
Jennifer, Stone, and Scout
10 (1995, 1997,-01, 2004-05, 08)
OTHER INTERESTS
2008
WRANGLER
Sports and spending time
with his kids
NFR EARNINGS
$181,401
EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
STRAN SMITH

BARREL RACING

Barrel racing is simple: A contestant and her horse circle three barrels in a cloverleaf pattern

as quickly as possible without knocking over a barrel. For each fallen barrel, judges assess a five-second penalty, a significant levy considering most contests are decided by hundredths of a second. In this event, the name of the game is speed and the margin for error is slim.

2008 WORLD CHAMPION PERSONAL CAREER HOMETOWN PRCA MEMBERSHIP Nanton, Alberta 2000 HORSES WORLD TITLES Sugar
2008
WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
Nanton, Alberta
2000
HORSES
WORLD TITLES
Sugar Moon Express
(Martha)
One (2008)
2008 EARNINGS
FAMILY
$328,570
Single
CAREER EARNINGS
OTHER INTERESTS
$498,994
Golf and
WRANGLER NFR
breeding horses
QUALIFICATIONS
3 (2006-08)
LINDSAY SEARS

BULL RIDING

Bull riding is perhaps the easiest event in rodeo to understand. A cowboy tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a

tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
tries to ride a bull for eight seconds while holding a simple rope looped around the
simple rope looped around the bull’s midsection. The rules aren’t complicated: don’t use your free
simple rope looped around the bull’s midsection. The rules aren’t complicated: don’t use your free
hand, don’t fall off. Scoring is based on a possible perfect score of 100 points, with half deriving
from the contestant’s efforts and half coming from the bull’s. Sounds simple enough, but it’s not.
With angry bulls weighing up to a ton trying to throw their cowboy riders off, it’s one of rodeo’s
most unpredictable events.
2008
WORLD CHAMPION
PERSONAL
CAREER
HOMETOWN
PRCA MEMBERSHIP
May, Texas
2005
HEIGHT
WORLD TITLES
5’ 10”
One (2008)
WEIGHT
2008
EARNINGS
135 lbs.
$208,437
DOB
CAREER EARNINGS
May 30, 1985
$517,899
WRANGLER NFR
FAMILY
QUALIFICATIONS
Single
3 (2006-2008)
OTHER INTERESTS
2008
WRANGLER
Raising bucking bulls
NFR EARNINGS
$96,364
EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO
15
J.W. HARRIS
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.
INTERESTS 2008 WRANGLER Raising bucking bulls NFR EARNINGS $96,364 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 15 J.W.

MUTTON BUSTIN’ Every rodeo performance includes this not-so-sheepish competition.

Kids hop on to the back of a sheep and hang on as it busts out of the chute. Longest hang time before hitting the dirt wins! You’ll bust out laughing at these future rodeo boys and girls testing their nerve in front of the huge crowd.

and girls testing their nerve in front of the huge crowd. PLEASE NOTE For the safety
PLEASE NOTE For the safety of the animal, and to allow as many participants as
PLEASE NOTE
For the safety of the animal, and to allow as
many participants as possible, please note
the following guidelines:
ENTRY FEE $5
SIGN UP EAST OF THE RODEO ARENA
ONE HOUR PRIOR TO EACH RODEO
55 POUND WEIGHT LIMIT
AGES 5-8 ONLY
NO RETURN RIDERS FROM THIS YEAR’S EVENT
PARENT OR GUARDIAN SIGNATURE REQUIRED
20 RIDERS ARE SELECTED BY LOTTERY
NO SPURS ALLOWED
SAFETY HELMET REQUIRED
REQUIRED 20 RIDERS ARE SELECTED BY LOTTERY NO SPURS ALLOWED SAFETY HELMET REQUIRED 16 EAGLE COUNTY
PEACE. QUIET. PEACE. QUIET. Mention Eagle Map and receive a discounted rate. Mention the Fair

PEACE. QUIET.

PEACE. QUIET.

Mention Eagle Map and receive a discounted rate.

Mention the Fair & Rodeo and receive a discount rate.

Don’t just get away. Get a relaxing pool,

Don’t just get away. Get a relaxing pool,

hot breakfast & nice extras.

hot breakfast & nice extras.

& nice extras. hot breakfast & nice extras. Welcome to the end of the day. S

Welcome to the end of the day. SM

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THANK YOU

THE 2009 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT:

Platinum Sponsors

Alpine Bank AmericInn Eagle County ECO Transit Jack Daniels Distillery Mountain Beverage LLC NRC Broadcasting PRCA

R&H Mechanical RSC Equipment Rental St. Baldrick’s Foundation Vail Daily/ Eagle Valley Enterprise Vail Valley Jet Center Wells Fargo Bank Whittaker Landscape Services Inc.

Gold Spur Sponsors

Castle Peak Ranch Collett Enterprises Inc. Eagle Sinclair FirstBank JLF Painting

Silverthorne Vista Auto Group/Dodge US Bank Vail Resorts Vail Valley Foundation

Silver Buckle Sponsors

Boyz Toyz & Sonz Centurytel Columbine Market Comerford Insurance Agency Inc. DJensen Electric Inc. Eagle Ranch Fitness Center Encore Electric Inc. George Shaeffer Construction Co. Greater Eagle Fire Protection District Lone Star Security & Safety Services

National Velvet Dry Cleaners Scott S. Turnipseed AIA Shaw Canter Center Slifer, Smith & Frampton, RE Slifer, Smith & Frampton, Eagle Ranch Town of Eagle Town of Gypsum TV 8 Vail Honeywagon Western Eagle County Ambulance District

Bronze Horse Shoe Sponsors

Active Communications Cactus Ropes Caribou Mountain Development, Inc. Down Valley Auto Eagle Valley Events, Inc. Eagle-Vail Animal Hospital Ewing Trucking & Construction Farmers Insurance Agency

Land Title Guarantee Rex Keep Photography Seeding the Rockies, Inc. The Old Gypsum Printer ServiceMaster Clean Signature Signs Inc. Valley Builders, LLC

Lariat Sponsors

Climate Control Company Rifle Truck & Trailer

Wright Concrete

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Sat. August 1, 7:30pm GRFA

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Join us on the 13th of March 2010 for our 5th Event in Eagle County!
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for our 5th Event in Eagle County!
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See if you recognize any local heroes!
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P eter Vavra’s grand piano sends Ravel through the elegant lounge. Parents relax on leather
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sends Ravel through the
elegant lounge. Parents relax on
leather couches near the fire with
cafe lattés, while their kids enjoy
free popcorn and homemade
chocolate-chip cookies from the
kitchen. Across the room in the
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Creek lodge is it? It’s not a lodge
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So, we give a portion of each and every sale of a car, truck
or SUV to a fund dedicated to helping at-risk children in our
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WHITTAKER LANDSCAPING IS A PROUD SPONSOR FOR THE

EAGLE COUNTY 4-H FREEDOM RIDERS DRILL TEAM

EnjoyEnjoy thethe FairFair andand Rodeo!Rodeo!

The Town of Gypsum is “Proudly committed to serving and protecting our citizens’ quality of life with strong leadership that supports opportunities for business, recreation and our children.”

Gypsum is home to some of the most beautiful public parks in the valley, the ERV Shooting

Sports Park, Gypsum Recreation Center,

Lundgren Theater, world class fishing,BLM access, great restaurants, renowned golf courses,and some of the most friendly folks in Eagle County!

For information about our town visit us at: www.townofgypsum.comwww.townofgypsum.com

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THE EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO WOULD LIKE TO THANK OF GYPSUM FOR THEIR SUPPORT
THE EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO WOULD LIKE TO THANK OF GYPSUM FOR THEIR SUPPORT

THE EAGLE COUNTY

FAIR & RODEO

WOULD LIKE TO THANK

THE EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO WOULD LIKE TO THANK OF GYPSUM FOR THEIR SUPPORT From

OF GYPSUM FOR THEIR SUPPORT

From the Tuthill family to yours, we thank you for supporting Columbine Market. For our twelve years we have been a proud sponsor of the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo participants. Columbine Market is just around the corner, with everything you need.

Columbine Market | 524.3663 | Gypsum

around the corner, with everything you need. Columbine Market | 524.3663 | Gypsum 32 EAGLE COUNTY
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of our District and Proud to
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Eagle County Fair & Rodeo
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Have a great time at the 2009 rodeo and fair!
Have a great time at the
2009 rodeo and fair!
Have a great time at the 2009 rodeo and fair! EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO 35
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PET/CT technology allows precise treatment and monitoring of disease.

PET/CT at the Shaw located in Edwards; another diagnostic tool available locally in the fight against cancer.

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Gypsum 524-0503
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Across from Columbine
Edwards Corner 926-3811
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Serving Colorado since 1995 970.328.GRAS(4727) Vail, Colorado
Serving Colorado since 1995
970.328.GRAS(4727)
Vail, Colorado
Proud Sponsors of the 70th Annual Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Festival Planning, Production and
Proud Sponsors of the
70th Annual Eagle County
Fair & Rodeo
Festival Planning,
Production and Management
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Locally owned, serving the Vail Valley for over 15 years. JLF Painting, Inc. full painting
Locally owned, serving the Vail Valley for over 15 years.
JLF Painting, Inc.
full painting services Jeff Gill
P.O. Box 6307
Vail Colorado, 81658
970-328-3050 phone
970-328-3481 fax
46 EAGLE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO

Safer, Cleaner, More Reliable

and More Courteous

REQUIRED

SPURS

NO

AND

More Reliable and More Courteous REQUIRED SPURS NO AND Parking Lot Shuttle Service Every Day of
More Reliable and More Courteous REQUIRED SPURS NO AND Parking Lot Shuttle Service Every Day of

Parking Lot Shuttle Service Every Day of the Rodeo

Bus service throughout the valley every day of the year

Celebrating Eagle County’s western heritage since 1939
Celebrating Eagle County’s western heritage since 1939
Celebrating Eagle County’s western heritage since 1939 Friday, July 24th - Sunday, July 26th EXPO ROCKY
Friday, July 24th - Sunday, July 26th EXPO ROCKY MTN.HORSE & Sat 8:30am - 7:00pm
Friday,
July 24th -
Sunday,
July 26th
EXPO
ROCKY MTN.HORSE
& Sat
8:30am - 7:00pm Fri
Saturday, July 25th
8:30am - 5:00pm Sun
MOO’S & BREWS
12:00pm - 6:00pm
ADVANCED
ADULT
$10
CONTEST SAMPLING
ADULT
$12
ADULT & SENIORS
$5
CHILDREN (12 & UNDER)
$9
CHILDREN (12 & UNDER)
$5
SENIORS
$9
Saturday,
MICROBREW SAMPLING
July 25th
THREE DAY PASS
$30
WRCS EAGLE
CHAMPIONSHIP
ADULT & SENIORS
$12
SAT. RANCH
RODEO & EXPO
$25
SANCTIONED
RANCH RODEO
7:00pm - 9:00pm
ADMISSION
AT GATE
$15
SAT.
EXPO
$25
RANCH RODEO &
UNLIMITED
Day Ride
Pass
Before July 29th $15
After July 29th $20
at 4-H
the Night
Rodeo
Wed., July 29th
All kids
12 & under
Wednesday, July 29th - Saturday, August 1st
members
and All 4-H
PRCA RODEO
with
8:00pm
2 non-perishable
ADULT/CHILD 13-18
$16
food
FREE items
CHILDREN (12 & UNDER)
$10
CHILDREN (5 & UNDER)
FREE
SENIORS
$10
FAMILY DAY TICKET
$40
(2 ADULTS & 2 CHILDREN 6-12)

JULY 24 - AUGUST 1, 2009 AT THE EAGLE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS