Around 1,500 people went out to the Equestrian Center over the weekend for Don King Days. Event spokesman Roger St. Clair gives us the background of how Don King Days got started.
The competitors roped steers for most of the day. Each day they got about three chances to get a good time. Some of the best times were around fourteen-to-fifteen seconds. Dane Trumbull was competing at Don King Days, and had this to say about preparation.
Don King Days has become an annual Labor Day Weekend celebration, honoring the life of Don King, world-renowned saddle maker who founded King's Saddlery in Sheridan in the mid-1940's, and who died in 2007.