Sunday, May 29th and Monday, May 30th, the Sheridan High School Rodeo Club plays host to the spring high school rodeo competition.
SHS Sophomore Kylee Cahoy says she loves the family feel to being part of the SHS Rodeo Club, and attendees will see her compete a lot.
Trent Kelly is finishing up his Junior year at SHS. He doesn't remember a time when he wasn't in the saddle on a horse. His events are team roping, and he just started riding broncs. He tells us why he's enjoyed the SHS Rodeo Club.
Indeed, it takes a lot of physical skill to handle animals four-to-five times bigger than the athlete.
Tom Kelly is Trent's father, and also one of the Rodeo Club's advisers. He has nothing but praise for the eighteen members of the club.
Admission is free to the two-day Sheridan High School-hosted rodeo at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Events get underway at 9 am both days, with teams coming to compete from all over the state.
Trent says the community support from businesses and residents for the Sheridan High School Rodeo is always great. Food vendors will be on site; the Kinghorns will provide the cattle and John Forbes provides the rough stock.