The Grand Marshall for the 2011 Sheridan WYO Rodeo parade was none other than U. S. Senator & Mrs. Mike Enzi. For more on the parade see:

At 8:00 am Saturday a record 420 participants competed in the Annual Sneakers & Spurs 5K run and 1.5 mile walk. For more scroll down & see:

If you were hungry for pancakes Grinnell Plaza was the place to be Friday morning. It is rodeo week and time for the Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast. As you'll see later the line at times went down Main Street and the pancakes were served near City Hall - but the line moved very fast and you could purchase tickets for the Duck Race along the way.

Always a crowd favorite, the World Championship Indian Relay Races are held at the beginning of each performance at the Sheridan WYO Rodeo.

Gillette cowboy Kyle Callaway showed the nine other competitors how to steer wrestle Thursday night and they had better not have blinked or they would have missed his clinic for it only took him only 3.99 seconds. His quick time brought a loud cheer from the near capacity audience. Scroll down to see more including Tanner Aus's score of 83 in Bareback.

Corey Navarre, of Weatherford Oklahoma, "bails off" after 8-seconds riding the Train as in "Thomas the Train" for the highest evening score of 83. Scroll down to see more of Corey's ride and check back here to see more photos from Wednesday's performance of the 81st Sheridan WYO Rodeo.

With the mud a flying from the recent downpour some of the Sankey Rodeo Company rodeo stock was paraded around the arena in the sinking sunlight prior to the start of the First PRCA Rodeo Performance of the 81st Sheridan WYO Rodeo on Wednesday evening making for a great photo opportunity. For more on Sankey Rodeo Company stock see:

Some of the highlights from the roughstock events at Sheridan WYO Rodeo's first performance on Wednesday, July 13.

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