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Osage Bronc Days 2022

Pawhuska, Oklahoma – Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) stock contractors Mo Betta Rodeo Company and Championship Pro Rodeo are bringing PRCA Xtreme Broncs and Rookie Bronc Riding back to the Osage County Fairgrounds on March 25th-26th. Osage Country Fairgrounds is located at 320 Skyline Drive, Pawhuska, Oklahoma 74056. Paying tribute to the classic event in rodeo, Osage Bronc Days will feature 50 of the top PRCA bronc riders, as well as rookie bronc riders to compete on the toughest broncs in what is known as the toughest sport on dirt. Advanced tickets can be purchased for $15 at the official ticket location, Osage Outfitters, or purchase tickets below. Tickets will be $20 at the gate.

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Despite the nationwide restrictions on public events and live sports, last year the inaugural Osage Bronc Days PRCA Xtreme Broncs was jam-packed with all the bronc riding action fans could ask for and so much more. The Osage Bronc Days have been on the rise, gaining global and regional attention. It has now established itself as an annual event in Osage county. Not only was the event supported by national and local partnerships, but contestants poured in from all over the United States and Canada to compete.

Canadian PRCA Bronc Rider, Ben Anderson made the 1,800-mile trek to Oklahoma after drawing Dakota Rodeo’s Cash Deal to win Osage Bronc Days. His earnings in Pawhuska, OK, and Redmond, OR that weekend combined for the biggest jump across all events within the op 15 of the PRCA | RAM World Standings for March 22-28, 2021. Andersen launched 25 spots, from 35th to 10th, helping qualify him for his first National Finals Rodeo (NFR). He’s proved Osage Bronc Days to be a game-changer for PRCA standings.

Sponsors of the Osage Bronc Days
Sponsors of the Osage Bronc Days

Sunday, March 6, 2022, in Arlington, TX, Anderson rematched with Dakota Rodeo’s Cash Deal for 88 points to advance to the short go at The American to compete for $2,000,000. Championship Pro Rodeo’s Feather Fluffer got the best of him in the short go, but will he have the chance for redemption at Osage Bronc Days?

Photo Credit: Mark deFabry - deFabry Photography
Photo Credit: Mark deFabry – deFabry Photography

This extreme event will kick off on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. with the official kick-off party at the Dry Hollow Bar directly following the performance. The excitement will continue Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with the Hooey Official After Party onsite at the fairgrounds directly following the performance featuring live music.

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