The Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo Returns

If the Rodeo Grounds in Davie could share its storied history, it would spin tales of rodeo glory dating back to 1946. From the inception of the Five Star Rodeo in 1986 to the transformation into the Weekley Brothers Davie Pro Rodeo in 2007, this hallowed ground has witnessed some of the most prominent rodeo events in the Southeast. Once again, Davie is set to shine as The Bergeron Rodeo Grounds takes the stage, hosting The Weekley Brothers’ Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo on November 10th, 11th, and 12th.

Billed as the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi, this championship event further cements Davie’s reputation as “Cowboy Town.” With its charming western theme, serene riding trails, and a community deeply dedicated to preserving Western Heritage, Davie exudes the spirit of the Old West. 

The Davie Arena at Bergeron Rodeo Grounds boasts an expansive 72,000 square-foot facility under its roof, accommodating up to 5,500 spectators. Over the years, it has proudly hosted more than 280 PRCA sanctioned rodeos since 2008.

Weekley Brothers Davie Pro Rodeo goes above and beyond to captivate its audience, featuring champion cowboys and cowgirls from across the United States and Brazil. The rodeo’s entertainment repertoire includes patriotic opening ceremonies, nationally acclaimed Contract Acts, and award-winning bulls. Beyond thrilling performances, this rodeo is deeply ingrained in the local community, serving as a platform for numerous charitable organizations to raise funds.

The Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo made its debut under the auspices of Weekley Brothers Davie Pro Rodeo in November 2009. This championship event gathers 96 professional cowboys and cowgirls hailing from Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The Southeastern Circuit is renowned as one of the top circuits in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association across the United States. Competitors at the Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo vie for a share of over $250,000 in prize money, along with coveted championship belt buckles and saddles. The year-end champion and the finals champion earn their spot at the prestigious RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo, where they compete for a staggering $1,000,000 in prize money.

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