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Dillon Territorial Rodeo Going On All Weekend

First Annual Territorial Rodeo Days in Dillon, MT. July 22nd – 25 th . Where the Legends meet

the Rising Stars!

Four days of rodeo including PSRA Sr. Pro Rodeos, Open Rodeos, Montana Junior Rough Stock Mini Broncs & Bulls and the Ramblin; Rose Drill Team Performances! The fun starts at 5 pm and the Rodeos at 6 pm. Sr. Pro all four days, Open Rodeo and Mini’s on Friday & Saturday.

We will also feature the Ladies Triathlon… breakaway a calf, run the barrel pattern and tie a goat for ladies under 59, or strip the ribbon off the goat for 60 and over. And don’t miss the Buddy Barrel Race! One guy (or very brave gal) stands on a barrel in the middle of the arena… the “Buddy” runs in, picks them up and the fastest team across the finish line wins! Only in Dillon on Friday & Saturday night!

And a “must see” is World’s First THE FLAMINGO RACE! Anyone can enter – no experience

required! Enter to see if you have what it takes to be the World Champion Flamingo Racer!

Anyone can enter the Open Rodeo, it’s Open to the World, no card needed, enter up. We will

have some fun! You must be a card holder to enter the Senior Pro Rodeo. Sr. Pro contestants can enter the Open Rodeo but it will be chute drawn stock. PSRA contestants that draw up in the performance will have PSRA Stock.

Now pay attention here – The PSRA Rodeos are qualifiers for the PSRA National Finals. You

can get all five of the rodeos required to go to the Finals October 6 th – 9 th in Panguitch, Utah. Buy your card, rodeo in Dillon and go to the Finals! For more information and to enter, go to .

On Friday and Saturday night the Montana Junior Rough Stock Assn. will hold their State Finals right here at the Territorial Rodeo. The youngsters here will qualify for Junior Rough Stock World Finals 2021, December 1-6, in Las Vegas, Nevada. and

Dance, Dance, Dance on Saturday night after the rodeo as the Frontier Center is bringing in Sam Platts and the Plainsmen for a concert at the Frontier Center in downtown Dillon. This five-piece, honky tonk swing band is sure to get you out of your seats!

In addition to the great Rodeo action there will be more attractions during the Dillon History

Days; Mechanical Bull Riding Competition - Barbeque Cook Off - Dutch Oven Cook Off - Old

Fashioned Baseball - Horseshoe Tournament - Cowboy Poetry - Tours of historic buildings and houses will be conducted throughout the area.

For tickets contact: Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture at 406-683-5511, Or Claudia Terrill at 406-660-1973,

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