The 110th National Western Stock Show kicked off last week and it’s already setting record-breaking attendance. All this after discussion in the last few years of the stock show leaving Denver.

Well, it looks like the people have spoken. And with a huge renovation of the complex planned, the Stock Show is here to stay. Which is great news for Denver and our economy.

Colorado’s Best real estate expert Chris Mygatt, the president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, stopped by the show along with some special guests to talk about the Stock Show and what its presence means for Colorado homeowners. He was joined by Madelaine Mills, Miss Rodeo Colorado, and Megan Haag, Miss Rodeo North Dakota to talk about real estate and the Stock Show. Click here to watch the full segment.

Although the Stock Show has been running for a week, there’s still plenty of Rodeo to see. Here are some highlights of what you won’t want to miss:

CINCH Super Shootout Rodeo | Thursday, January 14, 2016 | 7:00 pm
See National Western’s very own elite rodeo team battle teams from the top rodeos in the U.S.

Catch-A-Calf Contests | January 15, 16 and 17, 2016
They come from Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming to compete in National Western Stock Show’s longest running program of practical beef cattle management. In just over 70 years, the Catch-A-Calf Contest has awarded nearly 3,000 steers to 4-H members hailing from the western United States.

MLK Jr. African American Heritage Rodeo | January 18, 2016 | 6:00 pm
Partake in the history and heritage of the African American cowboy as top cowboys and cowgirls compete in the Pony Express relay, ladies’ steer un-decorating and more traditional rodeo events. The evening rodeo will include a tribute to the late Lu Vason to celebrate his life and dedication to African American cowboys and cowgirls across the nation.

Pink Rodeo | January 23, 2016 | 11:00 am
A special rodeo to help raise money for breast cancer research. Don’t forget to wear pink!

Fan Appreciation Day | Sunday, January 24, 2016
January 24 is the last day of Stock Show and Fan Appreciation Day. Grounds Admission tickets are only $10 for adults. Kids 3-11 years old are $3. Kids 2 and under are always free.


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