Bucking Bulls and Cowboys Coming to the Lawton Rangers Rodeo Arena
Join the excitement at the Lawton Rangers Rodeo Arena as the Teresa Speir Memorial Bull Riding & Concert comes to Lawton, OK. Witness top bull riders hang on for the ride of a lifetime with some of the toughest, meanest bulls in the sport. Bull contractors from all over the state will be bringing some of their best bucking stock to the arena on Saturday, March 24th. Bulls from Hebert Bucking bulls, Jerry Mullins, Matt Fenhaus and Hart Cattle Company. The “Iron Man” himself, J.W. Hart and his lovely and talented wife LeAnn will be in attendance as well. After the bull riding enjoy a concert from Bobby Dale and also the Holley Brothers.
This bull riding is being put on to support the family of Teresa Speir. Teresa Speir went missing back in January of this year. Two weeks after she was reported missing her body was found near Devol. Her neighbor was charged with her murder. She left behind two children who now need our help to pay for funeral costs and other expenses.
There will also be a silent auction to benefit Clint Martin. Clint was in a bad ranching accident where his arm was caught in the PTO of a tractor. He has undergone several surgeries and is attending physical therapy 3 times a week. Clint graduated from Central High and is currently a junior at OSU. He team ropes, does beautiful leather work and had worked for Mark Hebert from Hebert Bucking Bulls, all through his high school years. Mark loves Clink like family so he wanted to do something to help him out.
Clint’s parents now live in Cyril. His mother, Debbie, works for Johnny Owens Commercial Properties and his Dad, Jimmie, works for Kitty’s Chicken out of Apache. I mentioned to Debbie that I love Kitty’s Chicken and she said that there is a 20 pound case in the silent auction so I might be able to win it. But, why did I tell you that! Now you’ll all be bidding on it.
Tickets for this event are $8 in advance ($6 for children) and are available at Crutcher’s Western Wear at Lawton and Duncan. Tickets will be $10 and $8 at the gate the day of the event. For more event information read HERE.