Home of the annual July 3rd and 4th Rodeo

Sedro-Woolley Riding Club

The American cowboy has been a worldwide icon since the early 1800s and the values, traditions, heritage and cowboy code are still alive and well, even today.  There are ranch cowboys still out there calving, branding, gathering and doctoring, whether full time or part time.


The WSRRA has come together to promote and preserve the heritage of the cowboy tradition through sanctioned ranch rodeo events designed for the foll and part time ranch cowboy.  In a day in age where the traditions of our forefathers and the sacrifice of the pioneers who forged this country are always on the verge of being lost forever, a small group of cowboys decided that everyone with a cowboy's desire should have an opportunity to compete in a sanctioned ranch rodeo.  The small ranchers with full and part time cowboys get left out of the ranch rodeo opportunities available to the larger high profile ranches.  Other working ranch rodeo associations cater to these larger outfits, leaving a giant void for everyone else.  In today's world of cell phones and computers, the part time cowboy is someone who longs for the full time cowboy lifestyle, but because of today's economic climate only gets to enjoy the cowboy life when time permits.  Working men and women who love ranch rodeo and use the same skills as the full time ranch cowboy deserve an opportunity to show those skills in a competitive format.


The WSRRA is dedicated to providing a showcase for the full and part time cowboy to compete in WSRRA sanctioned ranch rodeo events.  All qualifying teams and individual event contestants will be invited to compete at the WSRRA finals for the national championship.

 

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3rd and 4th of July Rodeo

Sedro-Woolley Riding Club