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Monday, June 16, 2014

Cody Rodeo

Wednesday - June 11, 2014

Every night - in June July, August - there is a Rodeo in Cody
For the 4th of July they host the Cody Stampede Rodeo

There are the usual cast of characters of a rodeo:
 bulls, horses, rodeo clown and cowboys and cowgirls.

This is a fun, small town rodeo with lots of kidding and joking between the announcer and the rodeo clown but also some serious bull-riding and bucking broncos. 

Cowgirl - Barrel Racing

As a seasonal employee in Cody, we can purchase an annual pass to the Rodeo for $10. A season pass has a value of $100 and a one day ticket is $20 - a good deal for us.


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  2. Small town rodeos are so much fun. I personally love those jeans that those cowboys wear. LOL

  3. That's a great deal on the season pass. I'm glad you are enjoying some percs!

  4. Good to know that they still have the nightly video going on. I sure enjoyed it when we were there.

  5. How fun! And every night??? Those people in Cody sure do love their rodeos! If I lived there, I'd sure be going from time to time. Well, with your fab pass, anyway. :)

  6. Looks like a lot of fun! Glad you got such a good deal on the pass!

  7. Now that is fun and a great deal on the pass. I haven't been to a rodeo in years and living here there are many.

  8. Added to our a good cowboy show!!!


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