Cervi Championship Rodeo
It all began in 1967 when the Cervi family purchased the renowned Beutler Brothers Rodeo Company. Then in 1974, they also acquired the Billy Minick Rodeo Company, which was formerly owned by well-known producers Harry Knight and Gene Autry. These two companies were the two largest companies in the rodeo business. With the acquisition, Cervi became the largest stock contractor in the nation and renamed the company Cervi Championship Rodeo.
We welcome back the Cervi Championship for the 7th year for our 65th Annual Western Stampede PRCA Rodeo!
Are you Royal? Our 2019 Queen Contest date will be posted soon. Contestants must be female, Utah residents, at least 15 years of age and not more than 24 years of age.
The Western Stampede Royalty serve as ambassadors for the rodeo and participate in other rodeos and parades to promote the Stampede. Applications are now available for the Western Stampede Rodeo Royalty Pageant.
Contestants compete for a $1,000 scholarship and prizes including a tiara, breast collar, banner, belt buckle and the opportunity to represent the Western Stampede, a West Jordan tradition since 1954. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2018 Royalty pictured: Left Tristan Moultan, 1st attendant; Savannah Ogden, Queen; Aspen Curtis, 2nd attendant. Read more about our royalty.
The Grand Parade marches north up Redwood Road to celebrate our Nation's birthday July 4th at 10:30 a.m. The parade starts at City Hall, 8000 S. Redwood Road and ends at 7000 South.