Around the Region
Upcoming Events
  • JUNE 4 – 5

    The Treasure Valley Whips Carriage Driving Club will be holding their American Driving Society, Inc. (ADS) sanctioned Horse Driving Trial and Combined Test.
    The Snake River Rangers are holding a Rifle Raffle, to be drawn June 12, during the awards ceremony, with all proceeds going to charity
    For more information call (208) 939-0785 or visit
  • JULY 8 – 9
    CAMAS COUNTY RODEO - C Me Later Arena Fairfield, ID

    The Camas County Rodeo is an ICA/IMPRA co-sanctioned event that has ordered an average of $4,800 in added money each year.
    The Camas County Rodeo has grown and improved each and every year. Generous contributions from corporate sponsors and community members have helped to make the Camas County Rodeo a can’t miss event for Southern Idaho. You can share in the enthusiasm for the rodeo by becoming a sponsor. Your generous support will be greatly appreciated by the Rodeo Committee and the Camas County Community. For more information call (208) 539-9239.
  • JULY 13 – 16
    76th PIKES PEAK OR BUST RODEO DAYS Norris-Penrose Event Center Colorado Springs, CO

    Get ready to Rodeo! Four performances of invitational championship rodeo and a finals championship Shoot Out on Saturday night. e best athletes in rodeo are competing for top prize money in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding. It’s edge of your seat excitement from the first event to the last!
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  • JULY 16
    2nd ANNUAL COMPETITIVE TRAIL RIDE Windigo / Box Canyon Mink Creek Recreation Area Caribou National Forrest Pocatello, ID

    Eight mile course with 8 obstacle challenges. Sponsored by Portneuf River Back Country Horsemen
    For more information, call (208) 221-3173 or visit
  • JULY 19 - JULY 23
    101st ANNUAL SNAKE RIVER STAMPEDE RODEO Ford Idaho Center Nampa, ID

    One of the top 10 regular season professional rodeos in the nation. Features bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, team roping and ladies’ barrel racing, plus mutton busting for the kids and the famous Snake River Stampeders Night Light Drill Team.
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  • JULY 28 - 30
    FAMOUS PRESTON NIGHT RODEO Franklin County Fairgrounds Preston, ID

    Over 80 Years of Tradition. Recognized as the first night rodeo in the world! Days and Nights filled with Rodeo Events, Sidewalk Sales, Parades every day, Carnival, and much more family fun.
    For more information, call (208) 852-0898, or visit
  • JULY 29 - 30
    EXTREME MUSTANG MAKEOVER Ford Idaho Horse Park Nampa, ID

    This wild horse training competition will o er two divisions: Youth, ages 8-17, can compete with a mustang they adopt in-hand, and adults, ages 18 and over, will ride their assigned mustang in preliminary classes to compete for a spot in the top-10 freestyle finals.
    This event will award $25,000 in cash and prizes. All adult mustangs will be available for adoption after the event.
    All events are free except for Sat. evening. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on¬site. Kids 5 and under are Free. call 512¬869¬3225. We look forward to seeing you there.
    For more information, call (512) 869-3225 or visit