2017 Event Schedule will be announced in the spring of 2017!


Check out our past events:

Parade of Ponies

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Dress your little cowgirl/cowboy up in their favorite western attire, take a picture of them with their pony/horse.

  • Limited to the first 15 photos.
  • Must be under 8 years of age.

 


Kids Dummy Roping

  • Kids are responsible to bring their own rope.
  • Contest will consist of three rounds.IMG_2460
  • As always, judge’s decisions will be final.
  • Keep in mind the Western Christmas Kids Dummy Roping is a free program developed for the youth in the sport of team roping.
  • The Western Christmas staff appointed judge of the roping will ensure to the best of their ability that the event is conducted fairly.
  • Please comply with the requests and suggestions of the judge of the event.
  • Parents are invited to watch, but not participate.
  • Mini Roping Arena

Live Action Dummy Roping ArenaWC_roping

Western Christmas is excited to announce our mini roping arena will be home to our “Live Action Dummy Steer!” Open practice all day, every day, all weekend… $1 per person for 3 steers.

Special Guests

2016 Special Guests will be announces in the spring of 2016!

 

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Fashion Show

Indoor arena. Check

Boot shine area. Check

Hat shaper. Check

Fashion show. Check and check!

Western Christmas wouldn’t be complete without a fashion show; and folks, you are in for a treat this year! We will be featuring clothing from your favorite designers and brand names. Special items are being flown in just for the event. We wanted to make sure we give you the WOW factor like only Western Christmas can. Stay tuned for more information as it arrives.


Cowboy Church

Broken Horn Ranch Ministries has a mission of bringing Jesus to the Western World through western events and regular fellowship, introducing people to a real God who cares about their real lives.


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Cowboy Santa will be at Western Christmas all weekend! Bring your kids in and get your holiday photos done, while supporting the local Redmond FFA kids.