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Thursday, Friday, Saturday BUS RIDES, every 15 mins. after the parade thru the end of the rodeo. No need to fight for a parking spot—you can catch a bus ride behind Kings on main street.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday Night RODEO! Pre-events start at 8:15p.m., the Rodeo starts at 8:30 p.m.

Rodeo Clown Keith IsleySpecialty Act: John Harrison of Soper, Oklahoma is the son of Wiley and Donna Harrison and the grandson of the late World Champion Bull Rider, Freckles Brown. He has an associate's degree in Ag-Business and is a certified Equine Massage Therapist. At the age of six, John received his first trick riding lesson after watching a famous trick rider perform at a nearby rodeo. She inspired John and since then he has trained and performed with many of the best trick riders in the world.

John is a contract act specialist who entertains audiences with fast, colorful roman riding, trick roping and trick riding. Entertaining audiences with fast-paced roman riding is John's delight as he stands atop two individual horses that work as a team. The horses run freely through a series of figure eights, reverses, split flaming fire stakes and for the grandeur he jumps the horses through a flaming horseshoe of fire.

His trick riding is a crowd favorite where he does numerous vaults and athletic maneuvers, including the difficult shoulder stand while riding a runaway horse around the arena. John's trick roping is a fast-paced act that can be done in any lighting situation and is usually followed by a couple of runs of trick riding.

 

Mutton Bustin'!
The most fun a kid can have at the rodeo!

Sign up is July 19th at 8:00 in the morning at Keller Tire.  For children under age 6 and under 50 pounds.  One adult can sign up one child.

Mutton Busting at the Preston Rodeo

Thursday, Friday, Saturday BOOTHS, FOOD, and ENTERTAINMENT 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on main street of Preston and in the City Park.

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday RODEO DAYS SIDEWALK SALE. Along with our three nights of rodeo, we have parades and a great downtown sidewalk sale. The sidewalk sale brings vendors from our local vicinity and from surrounding states. Everything from jewelry to camping gear to clothes, gifts, signs, decorating items...you name it, you can find it, along with all kinds of great food booths. Delicious foods, drinks, sweets can be found as you stroll down Preston's main street and Oneida street. For those interested in renting booth space please download our Sidewalk Sale Vendor Application. Fill it out and mail it to the address on the form by May 1st.


Rodeo Days Parade FloatThursday, Friday, and Saturday RODEO DAYS PARADE.
Our parade is each night, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 6:30p.m. Line up is at the 2nd North and 1st  West.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday's parade are the traditional "bands and floats" parades.  We encourage float entries,  horses, and horse drawn outfits. 

Themes: Thursday is “Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night”, Friday is “Patriot Night”  and Saturday is “Celebrate Cowboy Night”.

See our  Parade Flyer for map and details. (You may need to REFRESH (f5) your browser to see the 2013 version of the flyer.)

Carnival Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. "CITY OF FUN" CARNIVAL
Following the Rodeo Days Parade. A Ferris wheel, merry-go-round, and more!! Known as one of the best carnivals around. Ride your favorite rides and munch on pronto pups and cotton candy. Special family pricing on Thursday! In the park east of the Rodeo grounds.

Friday, Saturday ANNUAL PRESTON CITY AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT  - 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Take part in the tradition! Prizes and payouts for top third in each flight. Preston Golf and Country Club.

Saturday CHUCK WAGON BREAKFAST - 7-10 a.m. Enjoy excellent breakfast vittles prepared by the Preston 1st Ward Young Men and Young Women.

American Flag flying with a Skydiver

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