Upcoming Rodeos

June 13, 2020 Entries open June 08, 2020
June 20, 2020 Entries open June 15, 2020
June 27, 2020 Entries open June 22, 2020
July 03, 2020 Entries open June 29, 2020
July 04, 2020 Entries open June 29, 2020
July 11, 2020 Entries open July 06, 2020
July 18, 2020 Entries open July 13, 2020
July 25, 2020 Entries open July 20, 2020

New virus schedule update

Posted Yesterday

As per govt' restrictions, we have postponed the fitst 2 rodeo'sin June (6th and 13th). We are watching for further information, but we have just postponed and we will post when those rescheduled rodeo's will be. Thanks for your patience. The Flying Heels Rodeo is such an important fabric of Granby and Grand County, for spectators and contestants alike, we are working our hardest to make the rodeo season happen at some point.

Virus schedule update

Posted May 07, 2020

We at the Flying Heels Rodeo are so excited about all the new improvemnets at the facility this season. Covered grandstands to accomodate more fans under shelter will allow us to practice the "social distancing" even if there is inclement weather.

We are following guidlines and looking for direction as the state opens up and the rodeo season unfolds. Our contestants are naturally "socially distanced" as the nature of people on horseback, however, we do want to allow our fans to enjoy the rodeo at comfortable distance, so we are excited to add many more seats under shelter.

We still have exciting line up of contestants and special acts including the famous Westernaires from Golden, CO at 3 of our rodeos, plus local talent joining in with the 5280's Trick and Fancy Riding Team, along with some staples we have yearly.

Please keep checking for updates and don't hesitate to call, and in these trying times, sponsorship is always welcome. 970-531-5465


Posted January 24, 2020

We have great news! The Flying Heels Rodeo in Granby will provide exciting rodeo every Saturday in June AND July this year. We will have a rodeo on Friday July 3rd and of course the renown rodeo and Fireworks show July 4th.

Look for more updates as we finalize our special events for each rodeo, but with 9 rodeo dates to choose, you won't want to miss.

Junior Rodeo will start at 2pm. Open Rodeo will start at 7pm.

Saddle up and join us for a great ridei in 2020! 

Mutton buster's register early

Posted July 02, 2019

We have to limit the number of mutton buster's, so if you want  your tike to ride a sheep, make sure you come early and get over to the crow's nest to register. The 3rd is usually not as full, but we recommend come by 5:30, register, get something to eat, a good parking spot for you and your car and then relax  and enjoy the rodeo.

July 4th Junior Rodeo early start

Posted June 24, 2019

The junior rodeo on July 4th only will start at 1:30pm. The early start allows adequate time for tallying year end awards and time to present them. Please make sure you plan to be at the rodeo early on the 4th.

Rodeo in the Snow

Posted June 22, 2019

Rodeo will go on. Rain or shine or snow. Cowboys and cowgirls are tough, a little snow doesn't scare them. What a great opoortunity to see a rodeo in the snow.

Junior rodeo awards and prizes

Posted May 26, 2019

We already have a great line up of swag for our buckets this year, boy you do not want to miss out. The buckets are for all junior contestants that compete in 5 of the 7 rodeo's. Everyone is eligible for year end awards if you compete 5 of the 7 rodeo's.

Junior rodeo contestants. New this year: there will be 2 saddles (boy and girl) in the Int. age division. 

Contestant added money

Posted May 23, 2019

Contestants: Remember that we add money to all junior and open events that have at least 3 contestants. the more contestants in each event the more money we add.

New Ways to Purchase Tickets this Year

Posted May 20, 2019

We will now accept credit cards at the gate for admission this year. Cash is still king and the fastest entry, but we wouldn't want you to miss the rodeo. Additionally, you will be able to purchase tickets in advance through Event Brite. 

Special Attractions Each Rodeo

Posted May 20, 2019

You won't want to miss a rodeo, we have lined up special attractions for each rodeo:

June 1st- Pyro Cowboys and Mounted Shooting--Don't miss this one, these cowboys and cowgirls horseback will amaze you, plus you will want to get your picture taken with their massive longhorns.

June 8th- Cowboy Polo-- Can the kids defend their 2018 title of beating the parents? Come cheer for your team.

June 15th-Flinstone Gravel will showcase their beautiful belgians and wagon with special guests. Those gentle giants are spectacular to see.

Additionally the Pyro Cowboys Mounted Shooters are making their final appearance here for 2019 on the 15th.

June 22nd- The perrianially ever popular match between the motorcycles and horses to see which horse power can get around the barrels faster. If you want to have a good laugh, make sure you attend this night, the bikers have great costumes and stunts while trying to be faster than the beautiful horses and ladies.

June 29th- Riders of the Steppes, the all boys division from the world reknown Westerniares from Golden will make you hold your breath tonight. These boys make pyramids on horseback and play games that will make you wonder if their parents know they do these dangerous stunts. 

July 3rd and 4th- For the season finale, the top team from the world famous Westernaires from Golden return again as the crowd favorite. The Red Team will appear 3x times each rodeo with amazing performances. From trick riding, to the precision of the beautifully choreographed and synchronized horsemanship, this is an absolute do not miss. Followed up by fantastic fireworks on the 4th, you don't even have to move out of your seat.

Entries open

Posted May 17, 2019

Remember to enter the June 1st rodeo online on Memorial Day!  If you forget, call Heather on Tuesday 307-631-2227 Callbacks Wednesdays 6-9 pm.  Mutton Busters enter and ride at the 7 pm performance.  

Tickets to the 2019 Rodeos

Posted March 24, 2019

Admission to Rodeos in 2019.  Military and Scouts get in FREE.  Adults $10; Kids 6-12 & Seniors over 65 $4 per day. Group rates are available if purchased in advance. Advanced tickets and group tickets are $8  for adults and $3 for kids and seniors.  Tickets also available at the door. Get at the grounds early to get a good seat and enjoy the BBQ! There are no reserved seats for any of these events.  

2019 Rodeo Dates

Posted March 24, 2019

Join us for bull riding, barrel racing, mutton bustin' and more.  Junior Rodeos start at 3 PM, Open Performances at 7 PM.  Contestants: Mutton Busters enter and ride at the 7 pm rodeo. Kids must be 60#'s and under.  The Granby Rodeo is located at the Flying Heels Arena on Highway 40 across from City Market and McDonalds. The address is 62819 US Highway 40 in Granby, Colorado.  There are no reserved seats for this event, so get there early! Concessions open at 5:30 PM. For more information call (970) 531-5465 

7 pm performances: RAIN OR SHINE!  Limited covered seating area.  


June (every Saturday) 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 PLUS July 3 & 4

Wednesday, July 3rd and Thursday, July 4th:  Special appearance by Westernaires Equestrian Drill team riders.  Fireworks follow the rodeo on Thursday, July 4th (weather permitting). 

Added Money, Series-End Awards!

Posted July 01, 2014

Attention contestants!  There is now added money ($10,000 for Open and $2500 for Juniors) and series-end awards at our rodeos.  Contestants must compete in 5 out of 7 rodeos to be eligible for series-end awards.  

Entries and Questions

Posted June 17, 2014

Please call Heather Morgan to enter or with entry questions at 307-631-2227.  DO NOT EMAIL ENTRIES!  For general questions call the Flying Heels Rodeo Association at 970-531-5465.  For Liabiltiy Waiver forms for Juniors, Mutton Bustin', etc please click HERE

Attention Jr Bull/Steer and Calf riders.  You are now riding in the 7 pm performance, not the Jr. Rodeo.  

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