We have missed you! And we hope you have missed us too. Mark your calendars as the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo presented by Zions Bank is “Ready to Ride Again” in 2021. We will kick open the chutes July 20th, at the Days of ’47 Arena at the Utah State Fairpark, in the heart of Salt Lake City.
The Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo is excited to announce the expansion of the Days of ’47 Young Guns Rodeo that will be a featured competition during rodeo week in Salt Lake City.
The Days of ’47 Young Guns Rodeo will feature the next generation of rodeo stars ages 13-18 in the timed events (team roping, barrel racing and breakaway roping) and 6-18 in the roughstock events (bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding) and will be part of the Nation’s Only $1 Million Cowboy Games and Rodeo July 20-24 in the Salt Lake Valley.
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Days of ’47 and Road to the Horse to Co-Host Collegiate Colt Starting Competition
The Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo is excited to continue to add to its legacy in the Salt Lake Valley by expanding events featured in conjunction with the World’s Only Gold Medal Rodeo. In 2021, Road to the Horse Collegiate Colt Starting Competition will be added to the schedule.
With an emphasis on education, Road to the Horse has inspired and fostered a strong knowledge of the fundamentals of natural horsemanship within its fan base. Since its inception in 2003, cultivating a solid foundation of natural horsemanship and strengthening equine partnerships have served as key principles of Road to the Horse, and one is hard pressed to find a more fitting classroom than the collegiate equestrian arena. Road to the Horse is honored to co-host the Collegiate Colt Starting Challenge in conjunction with the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo on July 23rd and July 24th at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Center in South Jordan, Utah.
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The Days of ’47 Rodeo Salt Lake is a private, nonprofit, volunteer, charitable organization. Our mission is to honor Utah’s pioneer heritage and educate Utah’s kids.