Clarendon College Rodeo

The Clarendon College Rodeo team competes in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and is ranked among the top. The rodeo team consists of men and women who compete in areas including team roping, barrel racing, breakaway roping, and others. The team continuously produces members who advance the national finals The Clarendon College Rodeo team is at home in 2 Arenas each 140' x 250', one is outdoor and one is indoor. There are roping chutes in each arena as well as 4 bucking chutes. We also have 69 covered runs and 12 box stalls.

Posted By: Ashlee Estlack
Updated: 11/27/2017
06:29 PM
The Clarendon College Rodeo program is hosting a National Finals Rodeo watch party and prime rib dinner on December 9 at the Bairfield Activity Center. The catered meal will be served at 7 p.m. followed by the viewing, and there will be drawings for cash prizes and s . . . Read More

Posted By: Ashlee Estlack
Updated: 11/27/2017
06:26 PM
Clarendon College Rodeo had a strong fall semester in the Southwest Region - the men’s team currently sitting in 4th place and the women’s team is 16th. At the first rodeo in Portales, the men’s team finished 3rd when Tegan Smith won 3rd in the Saddle bronc Riding, an . . . Read More

Posted By: Ashlee Estlack
Updated: 4/27/2016
10:58 AM
Wyatt Casper finished the year as Chamion Saddle Bronc rider and Reserve Champion All Around Cowboy in the NIRA Southwest Region. He received a breast collar for Reserve Champion All Around Cowboy, and a saddle for being the Champion saddle bronc rider. Wyatt has qu . . . Read More

Posted By: Ashlee Estlack
Updated: 2/22/2016
10:33 PM
CC Sophomore Wyatt Casper to ride for $1 million Many would love the opportunity to win $1 million. Wyatt Casper has that opportunity. The Clarendon College sophomore will ride at The AMERICAN, a one-day rodeo that will take place Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlin . . . Read More

Posted By: Bret Franks
Updated: 2/2/2016
12:00 AM
The Clarendon College Rodeo Team started off slow this fall not garnishing a point at the first rodeo in Portales. Everyone competed well but we came up short. We started to warm up a little in Alpine at the second rodeo. Wyatt Casper was 3rd in the saddle bronc ridi . . . Read More

Posted By: Ashlee Estlack
Updated: 5/15/2015
03:29 PM
Bret Franks is a cowboy. For the past two years, the Guymon, Okla.-born man has served as the Livestock and Equine Center director and ranch horse coach at Clarendon College, a community college in the Donley County seat. Now he’s adding rodeo coach to his list of du . . . Read More