Greeley Stampede seeks entries for mutton bustin’ event
The Greeley Stampede is accepting entries for the cutest of all the rodeo events, Mutton Bustin’.
In Mutton Bustin, children ages 5-7 and weighing less than 55 pounds try to ride a sheep across the arena and hold on as long as possible, according to a new release from the Greeley Stampede.
“The crowd always goes crazy,” said James Herman, Greeley Stampede rodeo chairman, in the release. “We love getting the kids involved in the rodeo, and the crowd loves to cheer on those little cowboys and cowgirls.”
To enter your child for a chance to compete in Mutton Bustin, go to any of the listed location and fill out an entry form.
After May 15, a drawing will decide which kids will get to compete in the event during each day of the Stampede’s PRCA Pro Rodeo.
Entry forms are available at:
» King Soopers locations in Greeley: 2712 11th Ave., 2100 35th Ave., and 6922 10th St.
» Agfinity locations.
» Boot Barn, 2651 W 29th St., in Greeley.
» Mail-in (details online)
For more information or mail-in entry forms, go to http://www.greeleystampede.org/p/muttonbustin.
— Staff reports
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