2019 Rodeo Schedule & Central Entry Dates

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Rodeo Information:

Rodeo: Panguitch, UT

Date: May 12-13, 2019

Physical Location: 850 N. Main, Panguitch, UT (north end of town)

Number of Rodeos: 2 (one full rodeo, one timed event)

Rodeo #1: May 12, 2019 7:00 PM Full Rodeo

Rodeo #2: May 13, 2019 10:00 AM Timed Event

Contractors: Bryce Canyon Rodeo

Secretary: Jessica Miller (801) 380-4565

Entry Fees: $50.00 + $22.00 office charges

Added Money at Full Rodeo:

Bareback, Saddle Bronc and Bull Riding $100 each event plus $50 per each contestant (max $300/event)

Steer Wrestling $100 

Tie Down (40-50, 50-60, 60+, 68+) $50 each age group

Team Roping (40-50, 50-60, 60+) $100 each age group

Ribbon Roping (40-50, 50-60, 60+) $100 each age group

Ladies Barrels (40-50, 50-60, 60+, 68+) $50 each age group

Ladies Breakaway $50

Mens Breakaway $50

Facility and Stall Information:

Stalls:   Yes $15/night call Saunder Fer (801) 898-6525

Personal/Portable Stalls: No

RV Hook-ups: Yes $15/night

Restroom/Showers: Yes 

Warm-up area: Yes

Water for livestock: Yes

Contestants allowed on grounds: Anytime (at daily stall and RV rates)

Contestants must leave grounds: Anytime (at daily stall and RV rates)


Entry Dates are approximately 10 days prior to the first day of the rodeo. Entries: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (208) 845-2051 Idaho Time or email proseniorrodeoassoc@gmail.com . Call backs: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Idaho Time

Late Entries: 4:00 pm on the day entries are open to 12:00 pm the following day $25 late fee.


Rodeo Schedule & Entry

Please return to this page regularly for updates on scheduled and approved rodeos and entry information. PSRA rodeos will all be full rodeos complete with all timed events and rough stock. Our goal is for committees to hold a minimum of two full rodeos per location.

There will also be an option for committees to host ‘jackpots’ or ‘value added competitions’ separate from the full rodeos, either before or after the rodeos, at the committee’s discretion. This will allow contestants the opportunity to compete for additional money (no points toward PSRA) and encourages contestants to stay in town a while longer, returning a bit to the community that has been their host. More information will be available on this soon.

Rodeo Committees

Thank you for your interest in hosting a PSRA rodeo. Please find below a link to a sanction packet with all the information needed to host a PSRA rodeo.  

PSRA wants to encourage our membership to remain in your host community as long as possible and to do so we encourage ‘jack pots’ or ‘value added competitions’ separate from the sanctioned rodeo. These events may be held before and/or after sanctioned rodeos at the committee’s discretion. We would encourage you to combine these events with other social activities such as a dance, pot luck or friendly game of corn hole! The more fun the better and the more likely contestants will return to your town for future rodeos. This association is proud to support fair and age appropriate competition and family like comradery so these types of social events are definitely a part of PSRA’s vision.