80th Annual PRCA Rodeo
Dedicated to All Fallen Rangers
The 2019 Rodeo is dedicated to all members of the Lawton Rangers who have passed away. This rodeo would not be where it is today without the hard work and perseverance of the Rangers before us. We are extremely grateful for all they have done, and we know they are looking down from heaven each year during this special event.
The Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo is one of the top 50 rodeos in the U.S. Over 400 of the most skilled cowboys and cowgirls in the country will compete in tie-down roping, team roping, steer wrestling, bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding and barrel racing. Grab your cowboy hat and head out to the Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo each night to watch edge-of-your-seat rodeo action, as well as live entertainment. Admire the well-groomed horses, the high-spirited bulls and the participants who will showcase their abilities.
Rodeo Committee Chairmen 2017/2018
Rodeo Dance: Chad Shields
Rodeo Grounds: Tommy Gunn
Rodeo Military: Randy Williams
Rodeo Queen: Tom Phillips
Rodeo Raffle: Wayne Bales
My name is Kinley Keyser, I am fourteen years old and I go to Central high school. I enjoy going to rodeos, barrel races, parades and really anything that involves horses! I have been around the rodeo scene ever since I was a little girl because I’ve always had a love and passion for the sport of rodeo.
Rodeo Club Queen
Abbie Crank of Lawton, Oklahoma, represents the Lawton Rangers as the 2018 Miss Rodeo Lawton. She is the daughter of Dustin Crank and Terry and Kellie Justus and the Grand-daughter of Laquita Crank and the late David Crank and Monty and Laurie Myers and the late Greg Weryavah. She is currently preparing for Freshman year at Eisenhower High School.
As a first generation rodeo queen, Abbie enjoys spending time with the Lawton Rangers, her horses, family, friends and being involved in the community she has been raised in. She is an active volunteer with the Lawton Rangers and involved with the Eisenhower High School Football Sports Management Team, basketball and various other activities and clubs throughout her school.
After graduating high school, Abbie plans on attending college at the University of Oklahoma to pursue a career in Orthodontics.
- Wednesday is $5.00 a car load. As many as you can safely ride in your car/truck.
- Thursday and Friday Night at the gate $15.00
- Saturday Night at the gate $20.00
- Children Tickets at the gate Thursday/Friday/Saturday
- Children 5 and under: FREE
- Children 6 to 12: $6.00
No coolers, backpacks, or outside food permitted past the ticket gate any night of the rodeo.
RODEO WEEKS ITINERARY
Saturday, August 4th from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM Location: LO Ranch, East 60th Street All Veterans receive a Complimentary Breakfast
Lawton Birthday Parade
One of the first activities of the week celebrating Lawton’s 117th birthday will be the Birthday and Rodeo Parade in downtown Lawton.
The parade will take place August 11 at 10 a.m.
Click here for the 2018 Parade Entry Form
Lawton Ranger Rodeo Nightly Schedule
August 8 – August 11 2018
Starting at 7:30 each night at the Lawton Rangers Arena East 60th street
All seating general admission (up to 8,500 each event) Ranger Donations on Wed, Thu, & Sat nights
Kinley Keyser will be in Grand Opening every night. Kinley will be in the 2018 Lawton Birthday Parade.
After Rodeo Dance
Featuring: The Allen Biffle Band and The Waylon Holley Band
Thursday night After Rodeo Dance tickets: $5 at the gate Friday and Saturday night purchase ticket at ticket booth Stay and dance or listen or just watch!
Event 1: Grand Entry & Introductions
Event 2: Fort Sill’s Field Artillery Half Section
Event 3: Bareback Riding
Event 4: Introduction of the queens
Event 5: Steer Wrestling
Event 6: Saddle Bronc Riding
Event 7: Specialty Act
Event 8: Tie Down Roping
Event 9: Calf Scrample (Ages 12 and under)
Event 10: Team Roping
Event 11: Specialty Act
Event 12: Barrel Racing
Event 13: Bull Riding