The Kern County Fair & Rodeo took place in Kern County on October 2 and 3 of 2015, but if you weren’t lucky enough to see the pro rodeo in person, you can still learn about this great event.Cowboy Lifestyle Network, Ak-Chin Indian Community and Earnhardt Auto Road Team were all on hand to cover the event and will head over to Holbrook, Arizona to cover the 2015 Navajo County Fair & Rodeo as well.
Major Celebrity Appearances
Whether you’re a cowboy or a cowgirl, you had the chance to see some of the newest and hottest talents on the PRCA circuit this year. Charlie Too Tall, Matt Merritt and Thomas Garcilazo the Dancing Horse were just a few of the celebrities who came out to showcase their skills and compete at the Kern County Fair & Rodeo. As an added bonus, when you purchased tickets to the rodeo, you received free admission to the fair.
Kern County Pro Rodeo Events
The schedule of events started on Friday afternoon with an opening ceremony that let fans see their favorite PRCA stars up close and in person. That immediately led to a number of popular events that let your inner cowgirl or cowboy come out to play, including bull riding, steer wrestling and team roping. Where else can you see professional ropers and wrestlers showcase their skills in front of a live audience? Those in the crowd found themselves holding their breath, cheering for their favorites and sitting on the edge of their seats. Other events that took place on Friday included Merritt and his Clown Act and Bobby Kerr’s Mustang Horse Act.
The Action Never Stopped
Thousands of fans came out for the 2015 Kern County Fair & Rodeo because they wanted to see all the action in person. Bareback and saddle bronco riding took place early in the day, followed by bull riding, tie down roping, women’s barrel racing and steer wrestling. Those who stuck around a little longer also had the chance to see a cowboy race featuring real wild horses and professional teams riding on wild broncos. This pro rodeo event featured all the best and brightest stars of the PRCA performing live in front of Kern County residents and those from other counties. If you missed the Kern County rodeo, you can still see your favorite cowboy or cowgirl compete in Arizona later this year.