Chariton Hills Rodeo Bible Camp Events
Each student will choose one rodeo event to focus on during the camp. On their registration form, students will mark their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices for events. Events have limited space available and will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
All events marked with an asterisk require the student to provide their own horse to use for the event. In the Horsemanship class, bringing your own horse is optional.
Horses brought by students MUST be controllable by the student and well-behaved, but do not need to be experienced in the event! Students are here to learn, and experience levels in each event range from beginners to advanced.
Rodeo Bible Camp Events
Girls and their horses practice the clover-leaf pattern as they are speeding around the barrels
(for girls only).
Participants and their horses practice tracking and roping the calf as it bursts from the chute
Boys test their strength and skills while attempting to ride the bucking bull
Participants ride their horse down to the goat where they use their skills to catch, throw, and tie three of its legs together
Participants learn the art of grooming, tacking, and riding horses
Participants overcome their fears by performing stunts while riding their horse
Participants learn teamwork as they partner with other campers to head and heel a steer by roping the head and back feet as it bursts from the chute
Participants learn the art of handling, twirling, and spinning lassos
“For the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life in Jesus Christ our Lord.” – Romans 6:23