The Mathewson Exhibition Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds was filled with rodeo fans of all ages Friday night when Federation Productions’ NFPB (National Federation of Professional Bullriders) held the first of two bull-riding events in Sedalia.
The rodeo is back in Sedalia once again this weekend! I went to the bullriding last week and had an amazing time. It's a really fun, great atmosphere, and I noticed there's a certain kind of "rodeo culture."
With that, I present to you the "Top 10 Things You Should Never, Ever Say at a Rodeo." Seriously, don't. You might get beat up.
At the NFPB Bullriding at the Mathewson Center in Sedalia last weekend (Feb. 15), I took up the challenge of playing Cowboy Poker, where four people sit at a card table in the ring with a wild bull. The last one touching the table wins.
This Friday and Saturday (Feb. 14 and 15), NFPB Bullriding will be at the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the Western Trade Show, free pony rides, and mutton bustin' for the kids. The action gets underway at 8:00 p.m., as 38 brave cowboys do their best to stay on top of some of the toughest bulls in the country.
The rodeo is coming to Sedalia this weekend! This Friday and Saturday (Feb. 14 and 15) you can see NFPB Bullriding at the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. One of the events taking place at the rodeo is Cowboy Poker, and I've been volunteered to play on Saturday night. If you don't know what Cowboy Poker is, it's pretty simple: Four guys sit down at a card table for a nice game o