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Montana Rodeo Stars Ready to Win Title in Great Falls

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The dirt is down and everything else is pretty much set-up at Four Seasons Arena for the Montana Rodeo Circuit Finals, which begin on Friday in Great Falls.

The season comes to an end as circuit titles are still up for grabs in several of the events. The top two placers from the entire season in each event will advance to the National Circuit Finals in Oklahoma City, so it should be a very competitive weekend of rodeo.

Great Falls is hosting the event for the 35th time. These finals mark the culmination of a long year of rodeo across the Treasure State for many of these athletes, who can't wait to get the competition, and that final fight for a title, underway on Friday night.

"All summer long your rodeo'in trying to get to here," Bareback star Jessy Davis says.  "In the state of Montana there are 30 rodeo's you can pick from, or you can go to every one of them. This is what it leads up to is the finals, and the top guys being there, and you got to be ready to rock by then," Davis adds.

 

 

 

 

RODEO WESTERN WEEK 2014 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Thursday January 10th

12-2pm Miss Rodeo Montana Horsemanship, Fours Seasons Arena, Fairgrounds, Free

5-8pm Great Falls Chamber Pro Rodeo Mixer, Heritage Inn Plus, Convention Center Free

7pm Cowboy Auction, Heritage Inn Plus, Convention Center, Free

Friday January 11th

11am-1pm Miss Rodeo Montana Speech Luncheon, Holiday Inn

Noon-2pm Contestant Check-In, Heritage Inn Plus, Convention Center

2-3pm Contestant Check-In, Heritage Inn Plus, Convention Center

3-6pm Rodeo Committeeman's Meeting, Heritage Inn Plus, American Room

7pm MPRF Rodeo Performance, Montana ExpoPark, Great Falls

Saturday January 12th

10:30am MPRF Ranch Rodeo Four Seasons Arena, $10 at the door

Noon - 1:30pm Miss Rodeo Montana Coronation and Luncheon, Hampton Inn

1:30-3pm Kiddie Rodeo by Miss Rodeo Montana, Heritage Inn Plus, Free

2:30 - 3:30pm Cowboy Auction, Heritage Inn, Free

7pm MPRF Rodeo Performance, Montana ExpoPark, Great Falls

Sunday January 13th

9:30-11:30 Miss Rodeo Montana Coronation, Hampton Inn

10-11am Church Service, Heritage Inn Plus, Britain Room

2pm Tough Enough to Wear Pink MPRF Rodeo Performance, Montana ExpoPark, Great Falls

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