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Bonner County's 2020 PRCA Rodeo - CANCELLED

It is with heavy hearts that the decision was made to cancel the 2020 Bonner County Rodeo, based on numerous factors. While the virus itself was not enough to cause cancellation, the largest obstacle brought forth was going to be the huge financial obligations that were brought for from items resulting from the virus.

We appreciate our community's support so much, and we look forward to an amazing PRCA Rodeo in 2021! Just a note, our 2020 Fair Week events ARE still on as scheduled.


The 2020 Bonner County PRCA Rodeo is going to be a blast! For more info, details, dates, and ticket information, go to: https://www.sandpointbonnercountyrodeo.com/.

About PRCA

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the largest and oldest rodeo-sanctioning body in the world. The recognized leader in professional rodeo, the PRCA is committed to maintaining the highest standards in the industry in every area, from improving working conditions for contestants and monitoring livestock welfare to boosting entertainment value and promoting sponsors.

Annually, the PRCA sanctions about 600 of the most elite multiple-event rodeos on the continent, in 37 states and three Canadian provinces – the cream of the crop among thousands of rodeo-related events that take place each year in North America. As a membership-driven organization, the PRCA works to ensure that every event it sanctions is managed with fairness and competence and that the livestock used is healthy and cared for to the highest standards.

Stock contractors: All PRCA rodeo events involve livestock, and the care of those animals falls to the stock contractors who buy or breed them, raise them, feed them, watch over them, provide medical care when necessary, and transport them safely between rodeos and their home pastures. PRCA stock contractors agree to follow more than 60 rules providing for the care and humane treatment of livestock — the toughest standards in the industry — and constantly look for ways to improve their husbandry, knowing that best practices produce top-performing livestock. Our stock contractor is C5 Rodeo Company.

Our pickup men help bareback and saddle bronc riders dismount, then prepare and assist bucking stock to leave the arena.

Bonner County rodeo committee will organize our PRCA-Sanctioned rodeo, we are in the Columbia River Circuit and have co-sanctioned with the Montana Circuit. As for barrel racing, WPRA (Women's Professional Rodeo Association) will be running the pattern.

Our rodeo is run by a dedicated group of volunteers who make our rodeos work from behind the scenes, procuring local sponsors for event, setting up safe facilities; staffing various functions and making the contestants and attendees feel at home.

Congratulations Bonner County Rodeo!

Rodeo Committee

Jimmy Cornelius President
Mick McCrum Vice President
Cheri Jo McCrum Secretary

If you have any questions about the Rodeo or would like to support the Rodeo Committee, please visit https://www.sandpointbonnercountyrodeo.com/ or call the Fair Office at (208) 263-8414.

We would like to thank all the rodeo sponsors for their support, the rodeo was awesome!

Rodeo Meetings

Public Welcome! Rodeo Meetings take place at the Bonner County Fair Office Conference Room the fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30 PM.

Rodeo Royalty



Bonner County Rodeo Queen 2018
Maranda Montgomery


Bonner County Rodeo Princess 2018
Shellbie Montgomery
Past Rodeo Royalty 2017

Past Rodeo Royalty 2017

Miss Bonner County Rodeo 2017
Sarrah Eberley
Past Rodeo Royalty 2017

Past Rodeo Royalty 2017

Miss Teen Bonner County Rodeo 2017
Sage Saccamanno
 Past  Rodeo Royalty 2016

Past Rodeo Royalty 2016

Miss Bonner County Rodeo 2016
Kellee Knopp
Past Rodeo Royalty 2016

Past Rodeo Royalty 2016

Miss Teen Bonner County Rodeo 2016
Bailie Corless
Past Rodeo Royalty 2016

Past Rodeo Royalty 2016

Miss Junior Bonner County Rodeo 2016
Sage Saccomanno
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