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SPOONER, Wis. (WEAU) -- One again, organizers of the Spooner Roder welcome you to this year's edition of the legendary Spooner Rodeo. It's their 65th year! Spooner Rodeo fans deserve the best, and as always, they will see professional rodeo's top competitors here at Spooner, continuing that grand tradition. Determined pro rodeo contestants from around the country will be at Spooner to vie for the points and prize money they all seek. How well they compete here at Spooner may ultimately affect their ability to qualify for circuit finals, other rodeo competitions, and at year's end the National Finals itself held annually in Las Vegas each December.

Cowboys and women barrel racers from around the Midwest and beyond eagerly travel to Spooner Rodeo each year. They know that Spooner Rodeo is a good place to compete. Here they will find the promise of fun and excitement all around, stiff but fair competition, great crowds of enthusiastic fans, camaraderie, and a fine purse to contest for.

For the fans there are the thrills, the spills, the overall excitement - to watch, to take part in, to enjoy - great fun, great food, and great memories to take home from each performance of Spooner Rodeo. Extras include shopping at the vendors' booths all three days, special happenings at each show, prizes to win, great music after each rodeo performance, and old friends to visit and party with. And on Rodeo Saturday afternoon uptown, the huge Spooner Rodeo Parade with more than 100 units, bands, floats, horses galore, fire trucks, politicians, prizes, kids and more.

Join the Celebration of 65 Years of Tradition, Fun, Thrills and Excitement!



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