With the Indian National Finals Rodeo (INFR) for 2015 on the horizon, the Southwest Indian Rodeo Association (SWIRA) wants to make sure all the cowboys and every cowgirl is informed and ready for the year’s number one professional Indian rodeo event.
Southwest Indian Rodeo Association
Whether its steer wrestling, tie down roping, barrel racing or saddle bronc riding, SWIRA and the INFR gets excited about promoting the rugged activities of the rodeo life throughout the Southwest region. SWIRA pools its resources and network of sponsors in an effort to preserve a legacy established by a culture that played a significant part in shaping this great country of ours. Through information and popular events, their activities bring communities and families together for fun and entertainment while encouraging a mutual respect for the professional Indian rodeo through positive role modeling, competition and tradition.
With various tours and rodeos throughout the region, the Southwest Indian Rodeo Association continues to promote the advancement of an adventurous lifestyle that a cowboy, cowgirl and anyone else can learn about and experience with their own eyes.
Indian National Finals Rodeo
When it comes to embracing the cowboy lifestyle and the rodeo tradition, you can expect only the best out of the Indian National Finals Rodeo. The INFR puts both aspiring newcomers like Guytin Tsosie and reigning champions like Justin Granger and Dakota Louis in the spotlight. You can expect reliable outlets like the Ak-Chin Indian Community, the Cowboy Lifestyle Network and the Earnhardt Auto Road Team to cover all the activities as they lead right up to the 2015 INFR.
A Great Time for Everyone
Every cowboy and cowgirl can look forward to the qualifying finalists in the Indian National Finals Rodeo. Thanks to some of the best sponsors and outstanding community support, SWIRA continues to proudly represent professional Indian rodeo at its finest. It will be the best of the best while everyone enjoys good music and good. The Southwest Indian Rodeo Association strives to make each event a good time for the whole family and 2015 will not be any different.
If you want to know more about SWIRA, INFR 2015, professional Indian rodeo and how the entire family can be part of the action, visit the Southwest Indian Rodeo Association website or visit the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, the number one resource for all things rodeo.
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