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30th Annual Texas Ranch Roundup

The Original Texas Ranch Roundup began in 1981 and is held annually every August in Wichita Falls.  To be eligible to participate in the TRR, a ranch must be selected by the Roundup Committee with consideration given to working ranch status, length of ownership or management and historical significance. 

Contestants and alternates must be full time employees of their ranches, and they must have been employed a minimum of six months.  They ride their own horse or one belonging to the ranch. 

What makes the Texas Ranch Roundup unique is that it incorporates the entire ranch family with a cookin' contest as well as a festival including photography, painting & drawing, furniture, crafts and western handiwork. 

Winners of these events earn points that, combined with their points in the rodeo, make up the Ranch Roundup winner.

 
THE 2010 RANCHES:  R.A. Brown Ranch, Circle Bar Ranch, JA Ranch, Johnson Ranches, Pitchfork Land & Cattle Co., Rocker b Ranch, Spade Ranches, Swenson Land & Cattle Co., Tongue River Ranches & W.T. Waggoner Estate
 
THE EVENTS: Wild Cow Milking, Calf Doctoring, Ranch Bronc Riding, Team Branding, Team Penning & Top Hand-Top Horse
 
WHEN: The 2010 Ranch Roundup will be held August 20 & 21 at the Kay Yeager Coliseum in downtown Wichita Falls.  During both days, a Bit, Spur & Western Collectibles Trade Show with over 200 booths will be held in the MPEC Exhibit Hall from 9am-7:30pm.  The Ranch Cutting Horse Competition will be held at the J.S. Bridwell Arena Friday morning at 7:30 and a Ranch Horse Competition will take place Saturday morning at the K.Y.C. at 7:30.
 
 

SCHEDULE OF TEXAS RANCH ROUNDUP ACTIVITIES

FRIDAY, AUGUST 20

 

9:00 a.m. Ranch Cutting Horse Association Competition, Bridwell Arena

9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Festival & Trade Show, Exhibit Hall and grounds

10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. FREE Kid's Roundup, Coliseum

4:00 p.m. Kid's Stickhorse Barrel Race Registration- Coliseum

5:00 p.m. Kid's Stickhorse Barrel Race- Coliseum

7:00 p.m. Texas Ranch Roundup Arena Events, Coliseum

 **featuring World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales**

 

 SATURDAY, AUGUST 21

 7:30 am - Noon Ranch Horse Competition - Coliseum

9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Festival & Trade Show, Exhibit Hall and grounds

10:00 a.m. Cookin' & Talent Competition

Noon Ranch Cutting Horse Sale- Bridwell Arena

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Ranch Music/Skit Competition, Coliseum

4:30 p.m. Ranch Kids Goat Doctoring, Coliseum

5:45 p.m. Ranch Horse Competition Finals

7:00 p.m. Texas Ranch Roundup Arena Events & Awards, Coliseum

 **featuring World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales**

 

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 22

9:00 a.m. Cowboy Church Service- Susie McEntire, Exhibit Hall- Room 9-10

 
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