Sisters Rodeo: Preview, Format and How to Watch

The PRCA Playoff Series is back on the West Coast with a trip to Sisters, Oregon

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The Sisters Rodeo returns this weekend from the Pacific Northwest and brings several of the top athletes to compete for their share of more than $120,000. The rodeo began as a bucking contest in 1910 and in the 1940s, it became the Sisters Rodeo. In 1956, it became an amateur rodeo which would occur every year until the rodeo joined the PRCA in 1988.

The rodeo brings more than 20,000 people per day to the grounds where a staff that is made up of all volunteers maintains the 33-acre plot of land. Here is what you can expect from Sisters, Oregon this weekend.


The roughstock is a simple one-header. The athlete with the highest marked ride will be crowned champion. For timed events other than barrel racing, athletes will compete in two rounds and the aggregate winner will be crowned champion. In barre racing, it is like roughstock, with the single fastest time being crowned the champion.


There will be plenty of big names across all events competing at the Sisters Rodeo.

World No. 1 in saddle bronc riding Damian Brennan looks to extend his lead in the standings on Saturday night. Brennan currently holds a $26,000 lead over Lefty Holman who is also scheduled to compete on Saturday night.

Several of the top bulldoggers will be in Sisters ready to cash in and one of them is reigning World Champion Tyler Waguespack, who is one check away from entering the Top 15 in the World Standings. He currently sits No. 16 in the world and is just $400 off the last spot.

Bareback rider Coop Cooke looks to keep up his breakout season rolling in Sisters. Cooke, who is currently No. 3 in the Bareback World Standings has already made more this year than any other in his career with $84,791. Cooke is scheduled to compete on Saturday Night alongside the likes of Dean Thompson, and Mason Clements.


You can watch every performance LIVE on The Cowboy Channel and The Cowboy Channel+ App. For a full broadcast schedule click HERE.

Performance 1Friday, June 711:30 PM
Performance 2Saturday, June 811:30 PM
Performance 3Sunday, June 92:00 PM
Performance 4Sunday, June 97:30 PM