Speciality Acts

bennie_clown“Bennie Bob” Patrick

Bennie Bob is a crowd favorite. His goal at every rodeo is that everyone leaves Marchbelieving they had the very best time possible. Bennie Bob loves to entertain, fighting bulls, saving cowboys, or by giving his best to the audience with one of his comedy acts.

Country Western Dance Featuring:  Lendon James and The Highway 34 Band

Saturday, August 3Band Photo 2 20019Band Photo 3 2019, 2019 * 9:00 – Midnight * After the Rodeo

John Work Pavilion at the High Country Stampede Rodeo

Everyone is Invited!


The Twisted Trick Riders

“Some people may not understand why we call ourselves Twisted. To us, being twisted means having a mindset like none other. It means that while others may be intimidated or say they can’t, we stand taller and stronger and take the challenge. We have a twisted way of thinking. We like to prove ‘the norm’ isn’t the only possibility and that rules are sometimes just guidelines that you can ignore. We will always try and keep trying until we are satisfied with the outcome. We find every possible way to change our thinking, what we are used to, and be DIFFERENT. We don’t know how long we will be here and be able to trick ride, so while we can we are going to do it with passion, style, and twist. While safety is always our #1, our twisted way of thinking comes as a close second.”

JD Schulze


Sweethearts of the West

image17100Promoting the western way of life through goodwill and a love for the sport of rodeo. Sweethearts of the West is a Colorado non-profit equestrian drill team made up of young ladies from across the front range sharing a common passion for horses, teamwork, community and leadership

Chris Rosentreter

Chris Rosentreter's Profile Photo, Image may contain: one or more people, people sitting, child, hat and outdoor

I am from Cheyenne, Wyoming, and began my rodeo career in the Wyoming High School Rodeo Association riding bareback horses and bulls. I stopped riding after joining the Army National Guard, which I served for 11 years. After my separation from the Army, I longed for something fun and exciting again, which brought me back to rodeo. I always dreamed of being a rodeo entertainer, and finally get to live that dream. My favorite part of being a rodeo clown is seeing the smile on fans faces, and giving them a chance to get away from whatever the have going on in there lives, even if it is only for a couple hours.
Chris Rosentreter