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Frontier Days (rodeo)

Frontier Days is a common name for a major rodeo event. At least five cities called their annual rodeo "Frontier Days."

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Cities with a "Frontier Days" event

  • Prescott, Arizona
  • Willits, California
  • Abbyville, Kansas
  • Charlotte, Michigan
  • Cheyenne, Wyoming

[Media:http://www.worldsoldestrodeo.com/2006/20030706-144305.JPG] Calf roping is one of the best rodeo events at the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo in Prescott, Arizona.

The calf roper dismounting on the left, ducking under the rope at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo in Prescott, Arizona, USA.

A calf roper making a quick run down the rope to the calf, flanks it on and the calf's feet land on the ground and the rope ties the calf up at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo in Prescott, Arizona, USA.

Willits Frontier Days

Abbyville Frontier Days

Charlotte Frontier Days

Cheyenne Frontier Days

Cheyenne Frontier Days, held annually since 1897 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is the largest rodeo and western celebration in the world.[citation needed] The event, which always occurs in the last week of July, draws over 300,000 people to the area every year. During the event, the population of Cheyenne is increased by over 600 percent.

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