Xtreme Bulls draw sold-out crowd in Elbert County

Elizabeth Stampede’s winning riders share $14k payout

The Elizabeth Stampede hosted its 35th annual PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) sanctioned rodeo from June 3-5 at Casey Jones Park, drawing sold-out crowds for all events.
The first rodeo event of the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo weekend was Xtreme Bulls, a yearly crowd pleaser. This year, the event hosted riders from as close as nearby Franktown and from as far away as Plant City, Florida.
The purse for the event was $13,818 and was awarded to the top six riders. There was a tie for first place bull rider, with both Tyler Taylor and Coy Thorson taking home $3,823. Taylor is from Summerville, Texas, and is currently ranked #19 in PRCA Bull Riding. Thorson is from Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and is currently unranked. Both riders scored 85 of a possible 100 points.
Each Elizabeth Stampede event has a theme, with the Xtreme Bulls event being to honor first responders. Representatives were present from the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, Elizabeth Fire and Rescue, and the Elizabeth Police Department. Other first responders were present to watch the event. An Airlife Denver helicopter ceremoniously flew over the arena and landed in the Casey Jones Park baseball field behind the arena.
For all Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo results, please visit prorodeo.com/results
Elizabeth, Stampede, rodeo, Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Elbert County, Colorado


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