Published on April 5th, 2013 | by Amber Moore

Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo Celebration 2013

Cave Creek hosted the 35th annual Fiesta Days Rodeo Friday through Sunday with strong crowds turning out for not only the rodeo competitions, but mutton bustin’, live music, the Fiesta Days Parade and the Dan Lebsock Memorial Golf Tournament on March 20.

Cave Creek Rodeo Committee

Cave Creek Rodeo Committee

The Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo, produced by the Cave Creek Pro Rodeo Committee is the ONLY professional rodeo in Cave Creek, AZ and Rodeo Weekend has become the largest attended and most anticipated event in Cave Creek! The Cave Creek Pro Rodeo Committee [Desert Fooothills Community Association] is a non-profit organization. They are all volunteers who dedicate their time and resources to support the professional sport of rodeo.


35th Annual Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo with three full PRCA rodeo performances with top-ranking Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association contestants. For the professionals who compete in the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo, being a rodeo cowboy or cowgirl is a full-time pursuit.

PRCA Bull Rider at the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebration. Cave Creek has three full Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association performances at the celebration.

PRCA Bull Rider at the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebration. Cave Creek has three full Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association performances at the celebration.

Every year, more than 300 contestants from around the country come to Cave Creek to take part in rough stock and timed events, including bull, bareback and saddle bronc riding; steer wrestling, as well as team roping, barrel racing and tie-down roping events.

PRCA Bull Rider at the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebration. Cave Creek has three full Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association performances at the celebration.

PRCA Bull Rider at the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebration. Cave Creek has three full Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association performances at the celebration.

 

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Amber Moore

Born and raised in Tennessee, I now live in the farm country of Arizona with my husband's ranching family. I learned quickly that you should never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction.



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