Sisters Rodeo Goes From Small Time to Big Time

84 years of advancements have paid off by attracting some of the biggest names in rodeo

This year marks year 84 of the Sisters Rodeo in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, where the Rodeo Committee is excited to bring fans yet another exciting event.

The rodeo started out extremely small, and only the locals attended it. For years the annual Quilt Show was said to be the biggest event in town. A lot has changed since then considering that this rodeo is now on the map for famous cowboys such as Mason Clements, Ky Hamilton and Ryder Wright. Now, it’s a PRCA Playoff Series event, one of the 60 highest paying rodeos in the country.

“I think that the experience for us is to take what we think will make them happiest....We’ve stepped our money program up, so we’ve drawn real good cowboys,” President Scott Talerico said.

The Rodeo Committee continues to step up its game each year in order to attract the best in the game to compete in Sisters.

The Rodeo kicked off with Xtreme Bull Riding Wednesday night. All of the Rodeo action will be on Cowboy Channel and Cowboy Channel+ starting Friday June 7.

The action kicks off in Vernal, Utah at the Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo.
The final PRCA Playoff Series Rodeo before 100 Rodeos in 100 Days
The PRCA Playoff Series was back in Oklahoma for the second time in as many months
This Oregon rodeo served as one of the final PRCA Playoff Series Rodeos before 100 Rodeos in 100 Days
The final weekend before 100 Rodeos in 100 Days includes a PRCA Playoff Rodeo in Utah
Three cowboys are battling it out for the No 1. spot in the bareback riding
Zac Dallas is gearing up for a strong summer run to claim the Resistol Rookie Title, and potentially an NFR berth
The 16-year-old hopes to grab a title at the Cinch World Championship Junior Rodeo at the end of July
A friendship that continues to inspire the next generation
Cole Clemons backed into the box twice at Sisters Rodeo to get in the money as a tie-down roper and team roper.