2010 Trail to the Burke Stampede Rodeo | TSLN.com
YOUR AD HERE »

2010 Trail to the Burke Stampede Rodeo

To commemorate and keep alive the spirit of the great open west and the days of the cattle drives, the Burke Stampede Rodeo committee is organizing a cattle drive.

A herd of longhorns will be driven from the Bill Sutton ranch located 23 miles north and east of Burke, SD on the mighty Missouri river. Cattle will be driven cross-country over two days, arriving in Burke on Thursday July 8, at approximately 4:30 p.m.

Cattle will be paraded down Burke’s main street ending up on Highway 18. From there it’s a straight shot to the Stampede Rodeo grounds.



The committee is once again planning a huge chuckwagon feed featuring the open coals cream can authentic cowboy grub that was such a hit last year. Chuckwagon cooks can vie for a $250 prize for the best vittles in the 2nd annual Stampede Chuckwagon Cook-off.

Following the cook-off, prepare for a night of entertainment by the Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol Contest. This year’s Stampede Idol will be selected by the fans on Thursday night and will go on to perform at each of the 2010 Burke Stampede Rodeo performances July 9-11. The winner of the Stampede Idol Contest will be awarded a $500 prize as well as the honor of being the 2nd ever Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol.



If interested in being a part of the trail drive, entering a chuckwagon cook-off, or being the next Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol, please call Renee Sutton at 605-775-2158 or 605-830-2083, or by e-mail to bkcommrx@gwtc.net. A map of the trail drive will be available closer to the date.

To commemorate and keep alive the spirit of the great open west and the days of the cattle drives, the Burke Stampede Rodeo committee is organizing a cattle drive.

A herd of longhorns will be driven from the Bill Sutton ranch located 23 miles north and east of Burke, SD on the mighty Missouri river. Cattle will be driven cross-country over two days, arriving in Burke on Thursday July 8, at approximately 4:30 p.m.

Cattle will be paraded down Burke’s main street ending up on Highway 18. From there it’s a straight shot to the Stampede Rodeo grounds.

The committee is once again planning a huge chuckwagon feed featuring the open coals cream can authentic cowboy grub that was such a hit last year. Chuckwagon cooks can vie for a $250 prize for the best vittles in the 2nd annual Stampede Chuckwagon Cook-off.

Following the cook-off, prepare for a night of entertainment by the Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol Contest. This year’s Stampede Idol will be selected by the fans on Thursday night and will go on to perform at each of the 2010 Burke Stampede Rodeo performances July 9-11. The winner of the Stampede Idol Contest will be awarded a $500 prize as well as the honor of being the 2nd ever Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol.

If interested in being a part of the trail drive, entering a chuckwagon cook-off, or being the next Burke Stampede Rodeo Idol, please call Renee Sutton at 605-775-2158 or 605-830-2083, or by e-mail to bkcommrx@gwtc.net. A map of the trail drive will be available closer to the date.


Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User