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Bulls & Bikes - Bull Riding and Extreme Motorcross - Caledonia ON

July 15, 2013

For Immediate Publication - GreatRodeo.com

Hamilton ON Canada - July 20th - 21st 2013

Featuring the most dangerous sport in the world, Bull Riding, our hilarious Rodeo Clown, the Canadian Cowgirls Precision Drill Team and very special guest, Jordan Szoke’s Freestyle Motocross Team.

Caledonia Fairgrounds, 151 Caithness St E. Caledonia, ON. Saturday July 20th and Sunday July 21st, 2013 @ 7pm (gates open at 5:30pm)

Prepare to have your mind blown as Greatrodeo.com presents 2013 Stampede Days. This event will not only feature the worlds most dangerous sport, BULL RIDING, but also Canada’s greatest motorcycle racer of all time, Jordan Szoke, and his Motocross Freestyle Team.

Bull Riders representing four countries including top hands from San Paulo Brazil, the United States, Mexico and Canada, compete for the coveted 15 qualifying spots for the International Professional Rodeo Finals held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and tens of thousands in prize money.

“We are truly excited about our 2013 season,” says BJ Prince, General Director of The Rawhide Rodeo Company (www.rawhiderodeo.com). “And based on the advance enthusiasm and our star studded roster, spectators are in for a very competitive and exciting event.” For ticket information regarding the Sudbury Stampede Day, go to www.greatrodeo.com, or call toll free at 1(866)-51-Rodeo.

Jordan Szoke (http://www.jordanszoke.com) is a legend in Canadian motorcycling with 17 national titles in multiple disciplines and you will have a chance to see the best in action. Jordan will amaze the crowds with his Observed Trials skills, defying physics like you’ve never seen. To keep the adrenaline pumping Jordan is also bringing with him the incredible freestyle motocross skills of Quebec’s Ben Milot (http://www.benmilot.com).

Most importantly, proceeds support Special Olympics Ontario with the law Enforcement Torch Run.

Rawhide Rodeo Company (www.rawhiderodeo.com)
Producing rodeos and rodeo related events for over twenty years. It has grown from a small professional rodeo company to one of the largest and most accredited in North America, now producing over 120 rodeo performances a year in over 15 states and provinces.

The Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run (www.torchrunontario.com) is a community based, province-wide event that sees the "Flame of Hope" being carried right across Ontario by members of Law Enforcement Agencies. The objective of this and other events is to raise funds for and awareness of the Special Olympics movement in Ontario.