DALBY — New to the NRCA National Rodeo Finals event this year at the Dalby Showgrounds will be a specialty act called Blue Blaez’s.
Toowoomba local Jesse Gough, has been successfully performing his fire breathing act for over 5 years, training and performing with QJAM entertainment and some of the countries best fire performers.
Having appeared at numerous events, notably weddings, birthday parties, charity events and festivals, Jesse most loves seeing the amazement and smiles on the audiences faces when he performs and this year he says he is looking forward to sitting back and watching the bull ride at the 2018 National Rodeo Finals after his performance.
The Blue Blaez’s performance will feature fire twirling, fire breathing, dragon staff and fire on body acts to delight the crowd at this years National Rodeo Finals event on Saturday night 3rd November 2018.
For further information about the National Rode Finals log onto the website www.nationalrodeocouncil.com.au
Australia's ultimate rodeo event is again set to electrify crowds with nail-biting thrills, spills and spectacular showmanship at the Dalby Showgrounds in Queensland (November 4-6).
The 2016 National Rodeo Finals, hosted by the National Rodeo Council of Australia (NRCA), focuses on delivering value-for-money entertainment for families. Highlights will include Ashton circus performers, amusement rides, a country and western trade fair and a food alley along with the exhilarating National Rodeo Finals event, showcasing two nights of non-stop action from some of the country's finest rodeo riders.
Photo Credit: Dave Ethell Photos
NRCA General Manager Janelle Barraclough said she was expecting another record-breaking crowd.
“We're in for an amazing on-the-edge-of-your-seat display of skills from our most talented cowboys and cowgirls. From the fast paced action of the ladies in the barrel race, to the thrills and spills of the rough stock bull riding and bronc rides, the 2016 finals is jam packed with a number of crowd-pleasing events,” she said.
Now in its 23rd year, the finals' line up will also feature:
Photo Credit: Mel Spittall
Since Australia held its first official rodeo in the 1920’s, the sport has progressed from a country field day event to one that attracts crowds from all walks of life.
NRCA General Manager, Janelle Barraclough says,“It's the traditional sport of the bush. Rodeos are particularly important to rural communities because they teach participants the everyday skills they need to properly handle and care for their animals on their farm or station,” she said.
Western Downs Regional Council Spokesperson for Economic Development Donna Ashurst said Dalby was excited to host the National Rodeo Finals for the fourth consecutive year.
"Our community truly comes alive when the rodeo comes to town. Not only do the finals add to the vibrancy of our region, the event allows residents and visitors alike to experience our great country hospitality along with Dalby's many historic and natural attractions,” Ms Ashurst said.
Dalby Town Centre. Photo credit: Western Downs Regional Council
* The NRCA is the first organisation made up and run by a united body of rodeo associations nationally. Formed in 1992, the not for profit actively promotes the sport of rodeo in Australia. The NRCA also assists members with insurance, training and safety, animal welfare, and information on government regulations and policies.
For more details, contact Janelle Barraclough on: (02) 6737 3777, firstname.lastname@example.org or nationalrodeocouncil.com.au. For more information on attractions in Dalby and the Western Downs, visit www.ourwesterndowns.com or like the Facebook Page @ourwesterndown.