The family Round-Up Rodeo is back for a second year

                The Annual Round-Up Rodeo is being held in Kennedy on Sunday, June 25, at 1 p.m.

                It’s an event created by Natasha Romanow and Jaime Balon who were inspired by Esterhazy Rodeo, which is an event that encourages the participation of the whole family throughout the day.

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                The event will be found at the rodeo grounds in Kennedy, which has a fantastic facility as they continue to host the Moose Mountain Pro Rodeo there.

                Admission to the event is free, while for a small fee a beer gardens and food booth will be available, which are being operated by the Moose Mountain Pro Rodeo Association. Support of a family rodeo is important to ensure the continued future of rodeo as they bring up young cowboys and cowgirls into the sport.

                Events at the rodeo include youth and open barrels, poles, team roping, breakaway, roping, goat tying and un-decorating, wild pony races, steer riding, junior bull riding, and mutton bustin’.

                For more details and on how to register contact Balon (306)736-7158 or Romanow (306)736-8815.

                For a special treat the event will kick off with two talented young ladies who have taken a shine to trick riding. Ciera Romanow and Kylee Dixon will perform various feats for the crowd.

                

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