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Fair Board Locks In With Cervi Rodeo

Three-Year Agreement Keeps Top-Rated Rodeo at Cheyenne County Fair

SIDNEY- Cheyenne County Fair Board Chairman Troy Kurz has announced that the Fair Board has signed a three-year contract with Cervi Championship Rodeo out of Greeley, Colorado, to provide the Rodeo Show at the Cheyenne County Fair through 2026. Cervi is a family-run business started by Mike Cervi in 1967. He started his rodeo career at age 14, traveling the U.S. and Europe with Gene Autry, and is expert on all aspects of the business. The Cervi Rodeo focuses on entertainment, and Mike Cervi has decades of experience and understands how to keep the attention of rodeo-goers with exciting openings, colorful side-acts, and emotional closings. Cervi is known nationwide as one of the leaders in the rodeo business.

Kurz said the feedback received from the Cervi Rodeo at the Cheyenne County Fair was great, and by entering into a three-year contract, it guarantees the Cheyenne County Fair will have a top-notch rodeo experience for fair goers through 2026. He said the Fair Board was excited to be able to make this long-term commitment, and that the rodeo shows will be the very best for the people of Cheyenne County.

The Cervi team travels to over 30 rodeos and puts on more than 150 performances per year, including the prestigious National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver. Not just a stock contractor, Cervi provides an all-inclusive rodeo production. Cervi is fortunate to have superior bloodlines in their rodeo horses and bulls from the beginning, with the animals consistently appearing at the National Finals Rodeo. They have focused on developing their world-class breeding program since 1990, and today it consists of over 800 horses and 150 bulls. The Cervi family is known industry-wide for their unique ability to match their superior animals precisely with the needs of any particular rodeo.


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