Hoppel’s 24th Annual Rodeo: July 6th and 7th, 2012

Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night – July 7th Get ready for a sight you don’t see everyday!  Some of the toughest guys and gals in Pro-Rodeo will be decked out in PINK!  Join the contestants in wearing PINK for breast cancer awareness!!  It will be a special night filled with fun, excitement & MUCH Read More

Hauling for Hope

Tough Enough to Wear Pink Horse Show September 21, 22, & 23, 2012 Roberts Arena 4095 St. Rt. 730 Wilmington, Ohio This 3 day show will be held entirely indoors Over $8,000 Guaranteed Prize Money All-Around Hi-Point Awards to 4 Age Groups.  This is a 100% benefit Horse Show and all money raised will be Read More

A Sister in Need of Help

We all talk about helping one another in the fight against breast cancer.  Here is one story of a sister asking for a helping hand. The story below is a piece from the Operation Help Nancy Beat Cancer Fund Facebook site. http://www.facebook.com/OperationHelpNancyBeatCancerFund/info https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/1Husf “About My twin sister, Nancy Crandall, is fighting (Her2 triple positive) Breast Cancer. Read More

Rancheros Visitadores

More than seven hundred “Rancheros Visitadores” rode into beautiful, sunny Solvang Saturday afternoon, parading up Alisal Road to Mission Santa Ines. This year the “Visiting Ranchers” rode to support Santa Barbara Cancer Center research and support services, and as a sign of their support, they wore pink western shirts. The “Visiting Ranchers” then assembled at Read More

Silver Spurs Rodeo Helps Buck Cancer, Donation to Florida Hospital

KISSIMMEE, FL – (April 18, 2012): During the 128th Silver Spurs Rodeo’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink night, $4,805 was raised to benefit the Florida Hospital Cancer Center in efforts to buck cancer. Rodeo fans, contestants and event volunteers were encouraged to wear pink to show their support during Friday night’s performance.  The Silver Spurs Read More

Red Bluff Roundup 2012

The TETWP program was initiated in Red Bluff six years ago by Director Jolene Kemen. In that short time, they have raised more than $143,000 for St. Elizabeth Hospital Imaging Center, in Red Bluff.  This campaign has been a complete community effort, with several local businesses starting weeks ahead of the rodeo to raise funds. During Read More

“Cowboy Capital of the World” Oakdale, California

Oakdale Rodeo The Oakdale Rodeo was the first outdoor rodeo in the Western United States, and since 1954, has been held, rain or shine. Oakdale earned the title “Cowboy Capital of the World” because of the number of successful Professional Rodeo Association cowboys who lived here. Today, the contestants, which have grown in number to Read More

Help Cattlemen’s Days TETWP Win $50,000

FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FRIDAY FRIDAY POWER DAY is March 23.  Mark you calendar.  We get 10 votes for one. HELP CATTLEMEN’S DAYS TETWP WIN $50,000 Continue voting everyday! Go to http://pinkwell.org/voting/ and keep voting EVERYDAY for the Cattlemens Days Tough Enough to Wear Pink video from TODAY through May 15th.

Join the fun at the Goliad PRCA Rodeo

Prca Goliad PRCA Rodeo – Outdoor Rodeo Selected as one of the Top Five Finalist for Small Rodeo of the Year by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association in 2008 and 2009.  Goliad’s Rodeo is held the third weekend in March with Stace Smith Pro Rodeo PRCA Stock Contractor of the Year in 2004, 2005, 2006, Read More