Rodeo

Wagin Woolorama's Saturday night featured entertainment event. The Wagin Woolorama Rodeo affiliated with ABCRA featuring Barrel Racing, Roping, Steer and Bull Rides. ABCRA is Australia’s largest Rodeo, Campdraft and Challenge Sorting & Penning Association with over 5000 members.

Our 2021 Blights Haulage Wagin Woolorama Rodeo was a sell out event.  Thank you to everyone who made it such a great success!

Enjoy the spectacular cowboys and girls show their incredible horsemanship skills and courage during the competitions

Blights Haulage Rodeo Sponsor

Blight’s Haulage is a local family-owned and runs business operations out of the Great Southern and the Upper Great Southern regions, transporting goods all over the state. We specialise in livestock transport, but also cater for all your other transport needs.
Blight’s Haulage is a young company that has grown over the last few years, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of service and we ensure that we take care in every aspect of our job.
We chose to sponsor the Wagin Woolorama as it is a local event and we wanted to give back to the community that has supported and continues to support our business.

 

Australian Bushmen's Campdraft and Rodeo Association (ABCRA)

The Australian Bushmen’s Campdraft and Rodeo Association (ABCRA) is a non-profit Equine Sporting organisation formed in 1946 for the purpose of co-ordinating and assisting affiliated committees to conduct their events. 

The ABCRA has a rich history with its heritage strongly built by the ‘man on the land’ and it has grown to be uniquely Australia’s only and largest organisation administering the sports of Campdrafting and Rodeo under one entity.
ABCRA boasts a growing annual membership currently with over 5,000 members.

Of course, we are also extremely proud of our affiliated clubs and associations who conduct in excess of 500 events annually across Australia – events which attract thousands of competitors and fans alike.  Our top competitors travel year-round to accumulate points and prize money to qualify for the season finale, the ABCRA National Finals.

ABCRA affiliated committees inject in excess of 1.7million dollars into local economies throughout Australia in support of hospitals, infrastructure projects and in a number of cases other sporting organisations, not to mention charities specifically supporting health and emergency services.

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