We bring our longhorn riding steer(s) to your event or parade. We have been training steers for 16 years and several thousand have climbed up in the saddle to have their photos taken on a real live longhorn.
We are currently booking for the CT 150 celebration.
Contact us at 405-964-2889 or on Facebook at Straka Longhorns.
I have a medicine show that is set in the 1880’s. It is a show for all ages with Prof.Hyrum P. Hedgethicket, a con man who sells his wares, has magic tricks that can be solved by kids, audience participation, makes it rain and gets a kiss from an unsuspecting participant at the end.
I have performed for twenty-eight years at the Chuckwagon event at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. I have also performed in Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show (10 Years), Colorado Springs Poetry Gathering, L.A. County Fair, and many events in the state for the last thirty years.
Howdy Partners on the CT (Chisholm Trail) 150!
We hope you are planning for the busy upcoming CT150 Celebration! Our Trail Boss’s Chuckwagon Catering Outfit would like to be a part of some of the events you have planned or some still in the making.
We have a complete “Old West” Chuckwagon and bring this Western Atmosphere to every event/activity we participate in. We have done pancake breakfasts for over 1000 to steak dinner for 400 – nothing too big for our chuckwagon outfit.
Catering for Wagon Trains (Wyoming and Oregon), Historical celebrations, weddings, anniversaries, family reunions to US citizenship celebrations, Mormon Trek’s and many birthday parties. We are proud of the service we have been providing to “Western Enthusiasts” for over 30 years.
Please take a look at our web site www.chuckwagoncatering.net to see if you might want to include a real “Chuckwagon” in this historic years events/activities. We love bringing our “event planning “experience and our delicious meals to organizations. Be it breakfast, dinner or supper – please give us a call to explore the possibilities of bringing a real “Chuckwagon” experience to your community.
Wishing you the very best as you enter into this historic time of our “Old West” history and the 150th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail.
Remember: Eat a hearty breakfast and Ride a Fast Horse!
Don Meyer – Trail Boss Sharon R. Meyer – Ramrod
Store proprietor Allen Wooten has been collecting instruments and country music memorabilia for over 10 years. Much of his instrument collection is for sale. Every Thursday evening, he hosts an acoustic session in his Cowboy Opry venue, along with something to eat if you’re hungry. It’s kind of like the Bluebird Café of Southern Oklahoma. There’s plenty of stories, music and things to see and share at this little store which sits at the intersection of US Highway 81 and Oak Main in Comanche. He also offers music lessons for those who want to learn a lil’ pickin’.
In 2003, Geff began writing cowboy poetry about his true-life experiences while working on different cattle ranches in the area. Once you’ve heard him, you will know he was truly blessed with the ability to write cowboy poetry. His performances are astounding as he brings the ranch life to you through cowboy poetry and western music. A must hear is Geff’s cowboy humorous entertainment and western music. It is sure to delight crowds of all ages.
Geff was one of the featured cowboy western entertainers at Silver Dollar City’s Salute to the Great American Cowboy in 2007, 2008 and again in 2012. He was the2006 Silver Buckle Champion and Best of the Best winner at the worlds only Western Legends Roundup Cowboy Poetry Rodeo in 2006 and in 2009 he won the Best of the West Shootout. The events were held in Kanab, Utah where he competed against 70 plus other contestants. He followed it with a trip to the Colorado State Fair where he won the “People’s Choice Buckle” and was the “Reserve Champion” in their cowboy poetry competition.
Most recently he was honored as a 2012 Inductee into the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame.
A whole heap (herd?) of cowboy and western performers including singers, tricksters, gun fighters, saloon girls and more. They can come to your event, or your group can come to their Western Town east of Marlow, OK. Contact Orvel Robinson for details.
Travel: State of Oklahoma
Fees: Dependent on number of performers, travel and duration of performance
Joan’s performance can be “spun” to fit your event. Currently Joan performs a stage show and can truly make a rope come alive. Her mastery of the Mexican and American styles of roping is so complete that she performs effortlessly. She combines years of stage and rodeo experience and performs a roping act with over 80 tricks in each routine. Joan’s performance is FAST MOVING, COLORFUL, FASCINATING and EXCITING to watch. Joan performs to western music which can include a professional rodeo announcer’s voice-over explaining some of the tricks as she does them. She can also do a spinning act where black lights transform costume and ropes into a glowing performance, should a complete black out setting be available. Her routine requires dexterity, precision and skill reflecting an authentic link to the beauty and flair of the original roping performed during the wild west era.