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2018 Tickets on Sale Now

<br />Saddle Bronc rider, Cort Scheer, 81.5 tie on Korkows Rodeo's Boogers Pet

Saddle Bronc rider, Cort Scheer, 81.5 tie on Korkows Rodeo's Boogers Pet
 

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Ruth Nicolaus

319-321-2152

For the St. Paul Rodeo

TICKETS ON SALE FOR ST. PAUL RODEO

Rodeo tickets make good Christmas gifts

St. Paul, Ore. (December 15, 2017) – Tickets are on sale for the Nation’s Greatest Fourth of July rodeo!

The 83rd annual St. Paul (Ore.) Rodeo runs July 3-7 and celebrates Independence Day with five days chock-full of fun!

The rodeo takes place each evening at 7:30 pm July 3-7, with two performances on July 4, including a 1:30 pm matinee.

All seats in the 10,500-capacity stadium are reserved seating, so purchasing tickets early guarantees a better selection for seats. Tickets sell quickly for the rodeo, said rodeo general manager Cindy Schonholtz, who urges people to buy them early. They can also be given as Christmas presents, she suggested.

Tickets range in price from $16 to $26 and can be purchased online at www.StPaulRodeo.com and at the gate the days of the rodeo.

The rodeo is a great place for families and friends to congregate, said Schonholtz. “We’re affordable family fun, and a tradition in the community. People put the St. Paul Rodeo on their bucket list, and once they come, they enjoy it so much they return every year.”

For more information, visit the website or call 800.237.5920.

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Cutline: Saddle bronc rider Cort Scheer competes at the 2017 St. Paul Rodeo. Tickets are on sale for next year’s event, which runs July 3-7, 2018. Photo by Hoot Creek.

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Rhinestones at the Rodeo - New Court Selected

Maddie Coleman (right), Queen Tess Scott (Middle), Princess Alexis Goughnour (left)

2018 Royal Court

Maddie Coleman (right), Queen Tess Scott (Middle), Princess Alexis Goughnour (left) 


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Ruth Nicolaus

319-321-2152

For the St. Paul Rodeo

RHINESTONES AT THE RODEO

Cowgirls selected as 2018 St. Paul Rodeo Royal Court

St. Paul, Ore. (October 19, 2017) Three young women have been chosen as the Royal Court for the 2018 St. Paul Rodeo.

Tess Scott, McMinnville, Ore., Maddie Coleman, St. Paul, and Alexis Goughnour, St. Paul, have been selected to serve as queen and princesses.

Scott, a 2014 graduate of McMinnville High School, is the queen for the St. Paul Rodeo. She is a senior at Oregon State University, where she is studying agricultural sciences with a minor in crops science. At Oregon State, Tess is involved in Sigma Alpha, Steer-A-Year, and Crops Science Club. She is the daughter of Tom and Theresa Scott.

Coleman, a graduate of Sweet Briar (Va.) College, is a student at Oregon State pursuing a doctor of pharmacy degree. While at Sweet Briar, she was a member of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association, the American National Riding Commission equestrian team, and she led science outreach activities for community youth. She is the daughter of Michael and Gail Coleman.

Goughnor is a senior at St. Paul High School. In high school, she is active in the Oregon High School Equestrian Team, FFA, DECA, and National Honor Society. She plays varsity volleyball and has served as the vice-president and president of her 4-H club. She is the daughter of Matt and Cori Goughnor.

The St. Paul Rodeo Royal Court was selected earlier this month from a group of horsewomen who demonstrated their skills, knowledge and expertise in horsemanship, current events, and other topics. They will represent the rodeo at various appearances and functions throughout the year, including the Rose Parade and Starlight Parade, Ag Fest, the Joseph and Pendleton rodeo parades, and various other events in the Willamette Valley. They are ambassadors of the St. Paul Rodeo, exhibiting goodwill and enthusiasm as they educate others about rodeo.

The 2018 St. Paul Rodeo is July 3-7. Tickets will be available in December. For more information, visit the website at www.StPaulRodeo.com or the Facebook page.

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Cutline: The 2018 St. Paul Rodeo Royal Court has been determined. Queen Tess Scott (in the middle), and princesses Maddie Coleman (left) and Alexis Goughnor (on the right) will serve as ambassadors for the rodeo.

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