Open to the World February 5-7 at Wildfire Ranch Arena
Wildfire Ranch Arena welcomes some of the biggest names in professional rodeo Feb. 5-7 to its indoor arena.
Professional cowboys including Rich Skelton, Joe Beaver, Trevor Brazile, Jake Barnes, Clay O’Brien Cooper and many, many more will be converging on Wildfire Ranch in Salado to compete for more than $200,000 in cash prizes.
The 18th Annual Wildfire Ranch Open to the World is sponsored by Resistol and is one of the richest, highest-paying ropings in the world. In addition to custom trophy buckles from Montana Silversmiths, the prize line is topped by a pair of custom inlaid briefcases stuffed with cash. A total of $50,000 will be added to the payout awarded to the average winners. Clay Smith and Jake Smith won last year’s Open to the World Roping.
The roping begins at 9 a.m. on Feb. 6.
In the 16th Annual Ladies Open Roping on Feb. 5, which is sponsored by Montana Silversmiths, $25,000 will be added to the total payout, making it one of the most lucrative ropings during the year for the teams of ladies. Roping begins at noon. Beverly Robbins and Jessy Remsburg won in 2015.
Finally, the #11 Businessman’s Roping on Feb. 7 will have a guaranteed payout of $75,000 to first place, sponsored by Cactus Gear, Cactus Saddlery, Heel-O-Matic, Fastback Ropes and Cactus Ropes. Bubba Paschal and Kenny Kyle won in 2015.
Bring the family to Wildfire Ranch, located at Exit 283 on I-35, Feb. 5-7 for a weekend filled with team roping excitement.