Roots N' Boots Queen Creek

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Put on your boots and join us to celebrate the roots of Queen Creek and the surrounding communities. The weekend will be filled with lots of celebrating the rural heritage of the area! On Friday night, teens can participate in their own Ranch Rodeo. Then, there is a PRCA Pro Rodeo where you can see cowboys and cowgirls compete in events such as Bull Riding and Barrel Racing! Saturday, the younger kids participate in their own family rodeo events including Mutton Bustin', Calf Scramble, and more! There will be food and craft vendors, and other fun activities for country and city folks alike. Saturday night and Sunday afternoon will once again feature the PRCA Pro Rodeo events.
Check out our web-site for details at Our host hotel is The Hyatt Place in Gilbert, AZ. Ask for the Horseshoe Park rate!

Roots N' Boots Queen Creek

Address : Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre 20464 E Riggs Rd Queen Creek, AZ 85142 Queen Creek AZ

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Admission Fee : $5.00 Parking Fee. Family & Ranch Rodeo free. PRCA Pro Rodeo $20 for box, $15 general admission $7 kids 12 & under-purchase Family Pack & Save!


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