Sheriff’s Lone Star National Finals Rodeo Finals Coming Jan. 31-Feb. 1

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Come along little doggies! The Lone Star Rodeo Finals are headed to Huntsville this January 31 and February 1 at the Propst Arena in the Von Braun Center.

The Sheriff’s Lone Star National Finals Rodeo is hosted by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. each night.  Don’t miss the children’s rodeo at 6:15 p.m. and the Grand Entrance at 7:30 p.m.


Events include:

-Bare Back Riding
-Calf Roping
-Barrel Racing
-Bull Riding
-Team Roping
-Steer Wrestling
-Cowgirl Breakaway Roping
-Saddle Bronc Riding

Special added attractions include: Kids’ Gold Rush, Rodeo Clown Mighty Mike Wentworth, Mustang Millionaire Bobby Ker and Cutter Bronco and Billy.

Reserved seats are $30 & $25. General Admission seats are $16. On Friday, military receive $2 off General Admission seats purchased at the box office. Saturday, emergency responders get $2 off their tickets purchased at the box office..

Tickets are available at the VBC Box Office, Ticketmaster outlets including, and by phone, 1-800-745-3000.

Funds raised will benefit Madison County Sheriff charities: Concerns for Police Survivors and the Army Emergency Relief Fund.

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  • Randy Janssen

    Nevada State Senator Mark Manendo’s good friend Eric Mills is already claiming victory for animal rights, when the NRF said it was leaving Las Vegas. The NRF is probably getting out just in time, since Mills has been discussing presenting videos done by his good friend Steve Hendi showing calves killed in rodeo to the already pro animal rights Clark County Commission. He was going to ask them outlaw calf roping. The Commission has already ran Charreada out of the county, so it is a good bet they would follow Manendo’s anti rodeo bent. The Clark County voters need to take a look at some of its elected officials like Menendo, and decide if they really represent the desires of the people of Clark County or if they represent the interest of animal rights fanatics who want to outlaw rodeo.

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