Who says Oregon doesn't have any real cowboys? Head to this month's Sisters Rodeo and see for yourself why for over seven decades World Champion cowboys have been visiting Bend, Oregon for the rodeo of a lifetime. Hosted every June for a week, there's non-stop action beginning with opening day on June 10 with the Central Oregon Bulldogging Shootout, the PRCA Xtreme Bulls and more. The celebrations continue with an early morning admission and breakfast concessions on Thursday, June 11 at 7am, followed by the Les Schwab Family Night on Friday, June 12, which includes free admission for all children under the age of 12. If you've still got a little boot stompin' energy in you, make sure to catch the Rodeo parade early on Saturday, June 13 in Downtown Sisters. No rodeo would be complete without a queen! The 2015 Sisters Rodeo queen is a Central Oregon native named Mikaela Koellemeier. Crowned in September, she'll lead the parade in celebration of Sisters Rodeo's 75th anniversary. Despite its small size, Sisters Rodeo draws big crowds - probably because of its excellent prize. Over the years, the rodeo offers high quality rodeo stock and even higher rewards, making sure this highly artistic sport is one of the most coveted in the nation. In fact, hosted on the second week of June every year, Sisters Rodeo offers the highest reward in the nation and the second highest in the entire month. It's a top competition for any spectator or World Champion pursuit - so join the boot stompin' fun this June at Sisters Rodeo.