Known as Utah’s oldest rodeo, the Bit N’ Spur brought its annual cowboy competition to Deseret Peak on July 3rd and 4th with thrilling rides, ranch skills and a firework show to put an exclamation mark at the end another successful year celebrating 74 years of rodeo.
With $22,925.60 of prize money, over 200 cowboys and cowgirls from across the state and west competed to take a share of it home. Local Braydin Evans took the top spot in calf roping and claimed over 1,000 in prize money. Anna Bahe also earned over 1,000 in prize money and a the top spot in breakaway roping.
With it’s 74th rodeo in the history books, fans and competitors look forward to next year.