INTRODUCING the Cunnamulla Fella Roundup Festival (taking over where the Cunnamulla Fella Festival left off) 3rd July 2021 will mark the first Cunnamulla Fella Roundup Festival (CFRF). Leading up to the CFRF will be a rodeo school on 30th June, then the CFRF on the 3rd July along with the Drought Angels Concert.

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Cunnamulla’s calling all kids for the Junior Rodeo School!

IT’S BULLS BARRELS BAREBACK & BRONCS FOR COUNTRY KIDS THIS HOLIDAYS

Wednesday June 30 to Saturday July 3

Cunnamulla’s calling kids to take part in a very different school these holidays: the Cunnamulla JUNIOR RODEO SCHOOL, led by some of the country’s best rodeo riders and horsemen.
The three day school will take place at the Cunnamulla Showgrounds and is open to kids aged between 12 and 17 years. Two sessions per day will take place:

Session 1. 9.00am to 12 noon
Session 2. 1.00pm to 4.00pm

Registration details: https://events.humanitix.com/cunnamulla-fella-roundup

The Cunnamulla Fella Roundup Junior Rodeo School is the perfect three-day adventure for kids these school holidays, giving them the opportunity to learn the ropes of rodeo.
Run by Shaun Ahern and Angus Mitchell, the school will cover basic horsemanship all the way to bareback and bronc riding skills with guest instructor, bareback legend Nick McGuire!
For those who prefer the adrenaline to the buck, a barrel racing clinic will be run by Jaime-Lee Prow and is perfect for both beginners and seasoned racers.
Kids will hit the dusty classroom in the Bulls section of the school, with stock to suit all skill levels from beginner to junior rider for the riders, and a bull fighting class run by Adrian Roots!!

Junior School participants need to bring their own water bottle, lunch and snacks, wear boots or enclosed shoes, bring a hat, sunscreen, a smile and a great attitude!
The school session will be supervised at all time.
No horse needed, however you’re more than welcome to bring your own!