COFFEEVILLE – Cowboys, cowgirls, rodeo fans young and old pull out your jeans and boots and get ready for RODEO 2010. Deep South Rodeo Association will kick off its 2010 Rodeo Season Saturday night, November 7, in the Yalobusha County Multi-purpose Building at Coffeeville.
Rodeo action starts at 7 p.m. when cowboys and cowgirls from all over the United States will be competing for the top honors of the best all around cowboy and cowgirl. As this is the first rodeo of the season, these contestants will be eager to begin earning money and points to be the top 15 in their rodeo event and qualify for the Deep South Rodeo Finals held in October, 2010. Competitors travel all over the South to be the best of the best, and it begins Saturday night in Coffeeville.
Competitors from the Deep South Rodeo Association will be competing in five events: bareback bronc riding; calf roping; team roping; cowgirls barrel racing; and bull riding. Not only are the cowboys and cowgirls competing for the top positions, but the best stock also compete for the top spot in the finals rodeo.
The award winning stock has been presented at the Deep South Rodeo Finals and International Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Jerry Bolden, owner of J Bar B Rodeo Company and producer of Deep South Rodeo Association, has been producing rodeos for over 36 years. His experience in the rodeo business is known world wide by fans, stock contractors, rodeo producers, and cowboys and cowgirls.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see the best rodeo action presented anywhere in the south. From the time the first chute gate opens until the last cowboy rides rodeo action will keep you on the edge of your seat with lots of good, clean fun for the whole family.
Tickets for the Rodeo will be sold at the door. Adults are $8, children 4 to 6 years, $6, and children 3 and under free. Mark your calenders and do not miss this exciting event coming to your Multi-purpose Building November 7—Saturday night only. The first chute gate will open and action will begin at 7 p.m. If you have any questions, or need information, please contact Jerry Bolden at (662) 551-0475 or (662) 252-4634.