Rodeo de Santa Fe 2012

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Purchase Tickets Online or by phone at (505) 988-1234

General Admission Children 10 & Under, and 65 & older Open seating Uncovered Bleacher Seats Only: $10.00 Wednesday thru Saturday

General Admission : $17.00 Wednesday thru Saturday

Grandstand : $22.00 Wednesday thru Saturday

Chair Back Reserved: $27.00 Wednesday thru Saturday

Box Seats Reserved (4 seats to a box) *Box seats not sold separately: $148.00 per box

All ticket prices include parking.  Call or go by the Lensic, Boot Barn, or call 471-4300. Buy your tickets early to avoid lines at the rodeo.

Event Description

The 63rd Annual Rodeo de Santa Fe is set for June 20-23th, 2012.  The Annual Rodeo de Santa Fe is sanctioned by the PRCA so there are many names we will be seeing and hearing about in the world of Professional Rodeo. The Rodeo began in 1949 when Roy Butler,  Austin “slim” Green, Gene Petchesky, Paul Ragle, Paul Rutledge and few others had a dream and determination to organize a PRO rodeo in Santa Fe. This dream exceeded their expectations and became what is today, one of the top 60 Pro rodeos in the nation. In 2010 we had 590 contestants, we hope this will continue to grow.

Rodeo de Santa Fe is fun for the entire family, with many events for the little ones! The Mutton Bustin’ and Sheep Scramble continue to be a  crowd favorite of young and old alike!  Not to mention the carnival midway, concessions and a beer garden. 

Rodeo de Santa Fe
Get ready for the 63rd Rodeo de Santa Fe coming to town June 20th through the 23rd! Saddle up for all the heart-pounding, mud-slinging, action-packed performances of a top PRCA rodeo with a hometown feel. The Rodeo de Santa Fe began in 1949 when Roy Butler, Austin “Slim” Green, Gene Petchesky, Paul Ragle, Paul Rutledge and few others had a dream and determination to organize a professional rodeo in Santa Fe, NM. This dream exceeded their ambitious expectations and today remains one of the top 60 PRCA Rodeos in the nation. Last year’s Rodeo de Santa Fe drew over 540 contestants, including World Champion cowboys Taos Muncy, Trevor Brazile and JW Harris – a roster we can expect to see grow this year.


Rodeo de Santa Fe is fun for the entire family, with many events for the little ones! The Mutton Bustin’ and youth barrel racers continue to be a crowd favorite of young and old alike! Not to mention the carnival midway, concessions, vendors and a beer garden.


In true rodeo fashion, the 63rd Rodeo de Santa Fe will kick off with its annual parade in beautiful downtown Santa Fe on June 16th. Be sure to grab the kids and some lawn chairs and join the local community for a fun and exciting morning. Please visit the “Parade” tab for more information.

 

Schedule of Events
May 16 – August 29
RDSF 3D Barrel Racing Summer Series

May 26
Royalty Contest

June 9
District 4-H Horse Show

June 16
Rodeo Parade 10:00am downtown

Wednesday, June 20
Gates open at 5:30pm
Mutton Bustin begins at 6:30pm
Rodeo’s first performance at 7:00pm to 9:30pm

Thursday, June 21
Tie Down and Team Roping Slack beginning at 8:00am
Gates opening at 5:30pm
Mutton Bustin begins at 6:30pm
Rodeo’s second performance at 7:00pm to 9:30pm

Friday, June 22
Tie Down and Steer Wrestling Slack beginning at 8:00am
Gates re-opening at 5:30pm
Mutton Bustin begins at 6:30pm
Rodeo’s third performance at 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Following the rodeo is Barrel Racing Slack

Saturday, June 23
Gates will open at 5:30pm
Mutton Bustin begins at 6:30pm
Followed by crowning of the incoming Royalty
The Rodeo’s fourth and final performance for 2012 at 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Music and dancing lasting no later than 12:00am

July 20 – 21
Senior Pro Rodeo | visit site

July 27 – 29
NMJRA | visit site

July 29
Santa Fe County 4-H Horse Show | visit site

August 4 – 5
NMGRA | visit site

 

Barrel Man Timber Tuckness
In addition to all of rodeo action, Barrel man Timber Tuckness will be joining us as our barrelman with much entertainment, including his own Village People.

Harry Vold Rodeo Company
Harry Vold was born in 1924 on a ranch just outside of Ponoka, Alberta, Canada. Eighty-eight years later, he is still running one of the largest stock contracting companies in North America. The Harry Vold Rodeo Company, based in southern Colorado, produces rodeos in seven states annually and also provides bucking stock for over 100 rodeo performances each year, including the Rodeo de Santa Fe. Known as “Duke of the Chutes”, Vold has raised some of the most acclaimed animals known to the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association.
Harry Vold Rodeo Company has been the stock contractor for the Rodeo de Santa Fe for going on 44 consecutive years. We are pleased to welcome back his world-class livestock under the direction of his youngest daughter Kirsten, who has since taken over the reins of the program.

Please visit harryvoldrodeo.com to read more about this cowboy’s amazing rodeo contributions and achievements.

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