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The rodeo is alive and thriving throughout Kansas. Here are just a few suggestions to get you started. Thought of as one of the oldest rodeos in Kansas, the Flint Hills PRCA Rodeo is held the first weekend of every June. There are professional competitive events, as well as spaces for amateur competitors and events for kids. The Topeka Rodeo comes to town in mid-August every year at the North Topeka Saddle Club arena. Here, visitors can see two nights of exciting bronc bustin’, barrel racing, and more.
Kansas Biggest Rodeo in Phillipsburg is a celebration of Western heritage and the American cowboy (and cowgirl) held at the beginning of every August. It has been a popular event since 1929! For 40+ years Kaw Valley Rodeo has brought rodeo riders and spectators to Manhattan. The PRCA-sanctioned rodeo features competitions like bareback-bronc riding, team roping, and barrel racing. The Pretty Prairie Rodeo (aka Kansas’ Largest Night Rodeo) is a PRCA-sanctioned event that has thrilled riders and visitors attending the traditional competitions for more than 80 years.
Manhattan’s Pratt Community College Rodeo regularly hosts rodeos in its impressive facilities. It also runs a fully-supported rodeo program as part of the school’s Agriculture Department.