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LOTRA

LANDER OLD TIMERS RODEO ASSOCIATION

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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PIONEER DAYS RODEO WINNERS!

PIONEER DAY RODEO 2024 RESULTS

July 3rd  & July 4th 2024 

This year's Pioneer Days Rodeo set records for contestant entries, spectators...and even the heat! What an amazing couple of days we had celebrating our Western heritage, with a healthy dose of competition woven in, and fun for all. 

Congratulations to this year's rodeo winners: View 2024 Results

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LOTRA MEMBERSHIP SIGN-UP: August 5th

SIGN UP ONLINE FOR THE 2024 / 2025 SEASON

Pay Upfront Online or in Installments

We will be rolling out a new online membership sign-up process on the LOTRA website on the Memberships page. Registration for the 2024 / 2025 season will be available online starting August 5th!

Hope to see you at the barn next year for another exciting, fun-filled winter!

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CHALLENGE FOR CHARITIES FUNDRAISER

Support Our Western Heritage & the Lander Pioneer Days Rodeo!

Donations No Longer Accepted

 

A huge thanks to everyone who contributed to our Challenge for Charities Fundraiser! As a non-profit, it is critical for LOTRA to fundraise so we can continue to support our community's Western heritage year-round. Without the help of sponsors and fundraising initiatives, it would be impossible to maintain our indoor arena that hosts equine events and educational horse-related opportunities for local youth, families and, equestrians.

​Once we know the results of the C4C fundraiser, we will let everyone know the additional funding we will be receive as a result of this initiative. 

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An annual tradition for 130 years in Lander, Wyoming

Experience the thrill and heritage of Western culture at the Lander Pioneer Days Rodeo July 3rd & 4th.

The Pioneer Days Rodeo is a unique blend of competitive spirit and community celebration, showcasing exceptional talent in thrilling competitions. Join us to witness the tradition of rodeo come alive, where each event is a history lesson in Lander's ranching heritage.

ABOUT LOTRA

The Lander Old Timer's Rodeo Association (LOTRA) is a cornerstone of Lander, Wyoming, providing a year-round indoor arena for rodeo enthusiasts and riders. Dedicated to preserving the traditions of rodeo and fostering a deep sense of community, LOTRA offers educational programs, competitions, and events that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of rodeo and a love for riding. As a hub for both young and seasoned riders, LOTRA continues to cultivate skills, friendships, and a passion for horseback riding in Lander and the surrounding communities.

LOTRA is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers and funded by  annual membership fees, fundraisers such as the Challenge for Charities run by the Lander Community Foundation, donations, sponsorships, and grants from organizations like the LOR Foundation. Funding allows us to pay for barn maintenance, new equipment, and marketing efforts to expand our reach and impact in the community.

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LOTRA MEMBERS

LOTRA members represent a diverse set of equine interests but share a common passion for horses and Western tradition. Founded by ropers, our community has evolved to include a variety of horse enthusiasts, including rodeo riders, performance horse competitors, horse trainers, and recreational riders of all ages. At LOTRA families and friends come to train, compete, learn, and enjoy a community of members who have shared interests and a love of horses.

LOTRA SPOTLIGHT

Congratulations to this year's Pioneer Days Rodeo Royalty!

At the Pioneer Days Rodeo Royalty contested hosted at LOTRA, participants ranged from four-year-olds to high schoolers. Remington Prince was crowned junior queen, Kimberly Webber won first attendant, and Heidi Shade will be the second attendant; Rylee Norris was the first-place princess and Callia Scribner was the second-place princess. For the Lander Valley Cattlewomen’s Little Prince & Princess contest, Samson Shade won prince while Scarlett Malek came in first for princess; the second-place little princess was Ellie Smart.

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LEARN MORE

1663 Rodeo Dr.

Lander, WY 82520

 

Tel: 307.349.1981

LOTRArodeo@yahoo.com

Thanks for reaching out! We'll get back to you as soon as we can.

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