Calhoun County Rodeo

Rodeo will be held Friday & Saturday night, 
April 13th & 14th beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Hogskin Arena

**Admission: $8.00/person**
(Children 5 & under Free)
CalCo Rodeo Presents: Wild Child
Wild Child is coming to Hogskin County. Hogskin Rodeo is April 13th & 14th starting at 7:30P.M.

The Hogskin Hunnies are always a crowd favorite. The Hunnies have grown in popularity since the birth of the Hunnies in 1997. This "Ladies Only" mounted equestrian drill team, not only carries the sponsorship flags and sets the pivot points for the Grand Entry of our rodeo each year. They also carry those sponsorship flags in the Hogskin Holidays Festival Parade. The Hunnies have performed their fast pace routines in rodeos and parades all over South Arkansas, but they always call Hogskin Arena and Calhoun County their home.

Monty Stueve

Rodeo Announcer 


For Monty Stueve, rodeo is in his blood. Behind the microphone for 18 years, he knows how to talk the talk. A decorated announcer, Monty was the International Finals Rodeo 31 Showcase Champion. Additionally, he served as the announcer for the 47thIFR and is a 9-time announcer for the International Finals Youth Rodeo and the American College Rodeo Association Finals. Monty is also the voice of the Oklahoma State University Rodeo.


Monty and his family reside in Perry, Oklahoma, where rodeo remains part of their everyday life. His wife Sheila rides and trains their horses, while also working as a surgical nurse at Stillwater Medical Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Kendalyn, his daughter and a freshman at Perry High School, has made her own mark on the rodeo world through barrel racing in the ACRA and Oklahoma respectively, where she set the fastest time in 2016. His son Cooper is a senior at Oklahoma Central University. Cooper currently works for Ditch Witch of Oklahoma as a tech mechanic and previously played college baseball at Northern Oklahoma College in Enid, Oklahoma. 

Stock Contractor
Mr. Brandon and Shawn Harris of the H & H Rodeo Company are committed to providing the best stock ever for this year's Rodeo. H & H Rodeo produces ARA and IPRA rodeos in Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Oklahoma. The awards that H & H have received over the years are too many to mention. When we think Championship Rodeo, it's always H & H Rodeo who come to our minds. Visit their website at 
for more information on the stock contractor of the Cal. Co. Rodeo.