Kerrobert hosted their annual outdoor rodeo July 5-7. The weekend offered up great weather with vendors, food, beer gardens with a great entertainment. The Kerrobert rodeo committee member Kendal Fletcher said "We pride ourselves on providing a smooth and fast running show" and she added they "we were all really happy with how the weekend went"

Friday night kicked off with the barrel racing and team roping events, and the weekend was filled with other events such as bronc, tie down roping, bull riding, steer wrestling as well as a few other events. The kids got to get in on the action as well with mutton busting and wild pony races.

Sunday the new rodeo queen was crowned Miss Sawyer Flahr from Kerrobert  who was handed down the crown from her sister Heatley, the 2023 Rodeo Queen. Sawyer has been barrel racing since that age of 4 and competes with her horse Bugsy.

Rodeo queen contestantsRodeo Queen Sawyer Flahr and Rodeo Princess Jacelynn Hue- Kerrobert Rodeo

Kerrobert Rodeo committee would like to thank their contestants personnel, sponsors, volunteers and everyone who attended the event. Kendal said "There is not enough thanks you in the world for everyone"