24, 25, 26 - Minnesota State Fairgrounds
Snelling Avenue North, St. Paul, MN
Sponsored by the Minnesota Horse Council
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2015 Minnesota Horse
Expo RAM PRCA Rodeo
Special Offer for military personal attending the Minnesota Horse Expo on Sunday April 26, 2015
The Minnesota Horse Expo is pleased to announce that all
active-duty military, National Guard and reserve members, retired military, veterans and
their immediate families (spouses and minor children) who pay admission to the
Minnesota Horse Expo on Sunday, April 26, are invited to attend the Sunday
3:00pm Horse Expo PRCA Rodeo for free as our thank you for your service. A
military ID card or other proof of service must be presented at the Coliseum
Rodeo ticket windows to receive the free admission Sunday rodeo tickets. Tickets will be made available on a
first come first serve basis. Please call 612-716-1522 with any questions.
Tickets for the Expo and the Rodeo can be purchased online at the Expo website starting March 1, 2015.
Tickets can be purchased at the event for both the Expo (at entrance gates) and the Rodeo (at Coliseum Box Office).
Rodeo admission is in addition to Expo admission.
Friday April 24 7:00pm
Saturday April 25 7:00pm
Sunday, April 26 3:00pm
Reserved A...........$ 8.00*
Reserved B............$ 6.00*
Reserved C...........$ 4.00*
*plus daily Expo admission
FREE Horse Expo PARKING in
State Fair Parking Lots
Coliseum Seating Chart
Rodeo tickets can be purchased inside the Expo grounds at the Coliseum Box Office.
Remember: Anyone attending the rodeo must also pay admission to the Expo.
Rick Madsen - Photographer - www.rickmadsen.com
Minnesota Horse Expo Rodeo Performances in the Coliseum
What will you see at the Minnesota Horse Expo PRCA Rodeo?
The seven standard competitions at a rodeo are Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Bull
Riding,Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping and Barrel
Racing. The first three events - Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding
and Bull Riding - are considered "roughstock" events.The cowboy's
score is equally dependent on not only his performance, but also the
animal's performance.The other competitions are timed events, which
means the cowboy (or cowgirl, for the Barrel Racing) compete against
the clock, as well as each other.
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