Dear Rodeo Fans, Sponsors, Vendors and Volunteers,
We must postpone the Gold Country Pro Rodeo and all associated rodeo events and contests. To stay in compliance with city, county, and state recommendations due to COVID-19, postponing the rodeo was inevitable. We are rescheduling the rodeo for Friday, August 7th at 7pm and Saturday, August 8th at 6pm.
Now here is some GOOD NEWS! We adjusted the rodeo times to accommodate the heat (later in the day). We added a FREE “Rodeo Live” party on Friday night at the rodeo arena (on the fairgrounds property), added a weekend pass discounted ticket, added a few carnival rides for the kids, added new food vendors, new western gear vendors, new ops for “Insta” and “TikTok” moments, and more.
We look forward to seeing you this summer and in the meantime, stay safe and healthy! Please follow this site and our Facebook page for any additional updates and information.
The Gold Country Pro Rodeo Committee
Come one, Come all! Register your youngin’s and come on down the Auburn Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for an evening of FUN! Dummy roping contests featuring great prizes, free hot dogs, rodeo trivia, music and more!
Food Courtesy of Carol’s Market
Bar hosted by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce
Event sponsored by Recology
When: August 7th & 8th, 2020
Promote your business, have fun and hop to your way to success and help our local charities! The winning team gets a trophy and local bragging rights. You must purchase a rodeo ticket in addition to the competition entry.
Boom! Promote your business at the Gold Country Pro Rodeo to almost 10,000 Rodeo attendees over 2 days. $100 to enter per race and all proceeds go to local charities. Enter now at ezeventsinc.ticketspice.com/gold-country-2020
Posted by Gold Country Pro Rodeo on Friday, February 28, 2020
Enter your company here:
Get your official After Party Tickets Here
For a child to be eligible to enter, the child must be no less than 4 years of age, no more than 7 years of age and may not weigh more than 55 pounds as of August 7th, 2020.
Mammas if you don’t want your babies to grow up to be cowboys, you best keep them away from the mutton busting. Sure, it looks innocent enough, but does anybody really know how many cowboys got their first real taste of rodeo riding from sheep?
Thirty young cowboy and cowgirls wanna be will get their chance in the arena as they mount their trusty sheep ahead for the thrill of their young lives. A championship buckle will be awarded to the child that rides the longest.
Enter Your Child in Mutton Busting here:
More Info Coming Soon