The annual Homestead Championship Rodeo takes place this weekend and has lots of exciting events, entertaining performances and good old family fun! There will be bucking broncos and bulls, racing and roping events, beautiful, talented horses, daring riders, rodeo clowns, petting zoos, music, food and more!
Located at the Doc DeMilly Rodeo Arena in Harris Field, at the corner of U.S. 1 and SW 312th street in Homestead, Fl, the Homestead Championship Rodeo will take place January 26th, 27th and 28th.
Friday, January 26th from 8 pm until 10:30 pm is "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" night - all participants and spectators are encouraged to wear pink to help raise awareness for breast cancer. In addition to all the rodeo competions, Tim "Wild Thang" Lepard and Team Ghostriders perform with three hilarious and amazing border collie riding capuchin monkeys and there will be a demonstration of precision horseback riding by the local Everglades Posse Precision Mounted Drill Team.
Saturday, January 27th will feature the free Rodeo Parade through downtown Homestead, starting at 11 am. Then head on down to Harris Field at 2 pm for more great rodeo events kicked off by members of the U.S. Army Parachute Team Golden Knights parachuting into the arena.
On Sunday, January 28th, don't forget to wear red,white and blue to show support for our troops! Rodeo events will begin at 2 pm.
Enjoy the southernmost rodeo in the United States and celebrate Homestead's centennial this weekend at the Homestead Championship Rodeo.