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Whitewater RAM Rodeo: 2014 Ontario Rodeo Tour Schedule.

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Whitewater RAM Rodeo: 2014 Ontario Rodeo Tour Schedule.

Time: August 16, 2014 at 6pm to August 17, 2014 at 7pm
Location: Whitewater
Website or Map: http://www.whitewaterramrodeo…
Event Type: rodeo
Organized By: RMG
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2014

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Ontario Rodeo Tour Schedule

www.ontariorodeo.com 

The RAM Rodeo will feature 10 events throughout Ontario and the CASE IH Ultimate Tour will be hosting 5 events in its second year. All these events will be Sanctioned by the Canadian Cowboys Association along with select ones also being sanctioned by the Association des Cowboys de l'Est au Canada (ACEC). We welcome the Cowboys and Cowgirls from Quebec and the United States to the events and wish them luck through the summer.

There are no shortage of opportunities at each and every one of these events as points and money earned go towards the RAM Championships in Newmarket and will qualify competitors to the Toronto Royal Invitational Rodeo in November 2014. Points will also count towards the Canadian CCA Championships in Regina. The top competitor in the eastern CCA rodeos in Ontario will be awarded one automatic entry in the standard events at the Regina Agribition.  

In addition, All RAM Rodeos will feature $1,000.00 added prize money in standard events as well as most Case IH events.

The Seventh Rodeo kicks off in Whitewater, August 16-17

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Comment by OntAG Admin on August 12, 2014 at 5:33am
As a follow up to our last post, we are happy to announce Amber Marshall will be co-hosting the Saturday Whitewater Ram Rodeo performance and 5pm, followed by a brief meet and greet in the arena immediately after! There is lot's to see and do at this weekend's rodeo so check out the full schedule below and get your discounted tickets today!

http://whitewaterramrodeo.blogspot.ca/p/event-schedule.html

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