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Hi Lo ProRodeo


Established in 2015, Hi Lo ProRodeo is the fastest growing Professional Rodeo Company in North America. Dustin Murray brings extensive Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association experience to the company in all aspects of rodeo. Ambition to out work our competitors, love and a keen eye for great bucking stock, a desire to bring greater opportunity for all contestants, and a willingness to exceed committee’s expectations; fuel this momentum.


13 Jul


July 9 - July 13
14 Jul

Hamel PRCA Rodeo

Hamel PRCA Rodeo
July 11 - July 14
19 Aug

Wichita Falls PRCA Rodeo

Wichita Falls PRCA Rodeo
August 18 - August 19
17 Sep

New Mexico State Fair

New Mexico State Fair
September 7 - September 17

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Marketing & Sponsorship

We offer marketing & Sponsorship Assistance For Your Events

Pro Sound & Lighting

We are proud to offer professional Sound, and Lighting Services

Contestant Recruitment

We help get contestants to your events, we know what it takes

NFR Livestock

We offer top-quality stock to bring your event to the next level

Rodeo 101

Professional rodeo action consists of two types of competitions – roughstock events and timed events – and an all-around event

Professional rodeo action consists of two types of competitions – roughstock events and timed events – and an all-around cowboy crown.


In the roughstock events bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and bull riding a contestant’s score is equally dependent upon his performance and the animal’s performance. To earn a qualified score, the cowboy, while using only one hand, must stay aboard a bucking horse or bull for eight seconds. If the rider touches the animal, himself or any of his equipment with his free hand, he is disqualified.


In saddle bronc and bareback riding, a cowboy must “mark out” his horse; that is, he must exit the chute with his spurs set above the horse’s shoulders and hold them there until the horse’s front feet hit the ground after the initial jump out of the chute. Failing to do so results in disqualification. During the regular season, two judges each score a cowboy’s qualified ride by awarding 0 to 25 points for the rider’s performance and 0 to 25 points for the animal’s effort. The judges’ scores are then combined to determine the contestant’s score. A perfect score is 100 points.


In timed events steer wrestling, team roping, tie-down roping, barrel racing and steer roping; cowboys and cowgirls at “the other end of the arena” compete against the clock, as well as against each other. A contestant’s goal is to post the fastest time in his or her event. In steer wrestling and the roping events, calves and steers are allowed a head start. The competitor, on horseback, starts in a three-sided fenced area called a box. The fourth side opens into the arena.


A rope barrier is stretched across that opening and is tied to the calf or steer with a breakaway loop. Once the calf or steer reaches the head-start point – predetermined by the size of the arena – the barrier is automatically released. If a cowboy breaks that barrier, a 10-second penalty is added.



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