With just a few days away from rodeo day, some Vaqueros from hinterland Guyana have started to arrive as preparation continues for the much anticipated, only coastland Rodeo activity that is held in Guyana and set for Sunday at the Rising Sun Turf Club Arima Park West Coast Berbice, beginning at 11:00 hrs.
These Vaqueros along with the posse from the coastland are expected to be at the venue during the week practicing their stuff for the big day.
With this gearing up to be one of the biggest Rodeo’s held at the venue so far, a number of companies have come on board for the big day which includes Banks DIH Limited, Trophy Stall, Guyana Tourism Authority, AH and L Kissoon, Muneshwar Guyana Limited, Hablaw Meat Centre, Chester Fry Bush Lot West Coast and Rising Sun Cattle ranch.
The organizers are taking no chances as they prepare the venue for the big day and the anticipated large crowd that is expected to be on hand. Preparations to the Rodeo arena is almost complete with the area being dug up and relayed among other preparations.
Rehabilitation works has also been completed on the Grand Stand and other Pavilion.
According to organizer Fazal Habibulla there are a number of new events and features this year but he does not want to let everything out of the bag too early even as the anticipated skills, thrills and spills expected to take centre stage once again.
Habibulla stated that he is pleased with the way things are going so far. Among the events listed on the agenda are steer roping, bare back bronco, male and female barrel race, wild cow milking, calf roping, wild bull riding, saddle bronco along with the Rodeo King competition and the popular Tug o War events.
A number of other novelty events are also carded for the day’s programme included the Beer drinking competition, wine down on horseback etc.
All of the foreign vaqueros and those travelling from the hinterland are expected to be in place by Friday.
Kaieteur Sports also understands that the horse men from the coastal areas under their guidance of Fazal Habibulla and Keino Harcourt are going through their paces at the various locations on a daily basis in an effort to outdo the foreigners and those invading from the Interior.
Prizes will include cash incentives, trophies, and other memorabilia compliments Of Trophy Stall Bourda market and the organizers.
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