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The Oldest Show in the Northwest
June 5-11, 2017
  2017 Rodeo Royalty Tryouts ~ September 18


Welcome . . .

It is my pleasure along with a great group of officers, directors, members and volunteers to WELCOME you to the 109th Eastern Oregon Livestock Show. Hello my name is Darren Hansen and I am honored to be the 2016 President. This show offers something for everyone. There is 4-H and FFA action all week long, ending with one of the largest auctions in the northwest. Starting on Thursday is the Ed Miller Memorial Extreme Bull Riding, in memory of one of our finest from Union County. Followed on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with a royalty luncheon, parade, rodeo, racing, dancing, carnival and exceptional rodeo. This will be our 3rd year hosting the Rascal Rodeo on Sunday. As with any other show it takes hundreds of hours and a whole lot of volunteers. We do pride ourselves on this show that it has 4-H, FFA, rodeo, and horse racing all in one.

Our show grounds and buildings are truly a work of many great sponsors who have donated time, effort, money, knowledge, and hours of hard work, to put on a quality show like we have. This year’s theme is Country Pride, County Wide. We are truly blessed to live in the United States of America, and in the beautiful northwest.

The board and I are extremely grateful for the generosity of each and every person for making the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show what it is today and how it helps promote the youth in 4-H, and FFA. So come join us in northeast Oregon and enjoy “The Oldest Show In The Northwest,” always the first full week in June.

Darren Hansen


4-H & FFA Auction
Promotions & Rodeo Souvenir Program
4-H/FFA Show Entries
Kick off April 3, 2017 @ 6pm  
Ticket Prices:  

Bull Riding


  • Student: $8
  • General: $15

 At Gate

  • Student: $8
  • General: $18



  • Student: $7
  • General: $15

 At Gate

  • Student: $9
  • General: $18

Sunday Only Rodeo Package -

2 Adult & 2 Kids tickets  $30

Student: age 6-18

5 & under free

Military ID presented at the gate get in Free

Purchase Advance Tickets:

from 2016 royalty members

Elizabeth Herbes


Victoria Lattin



My name is Elizabeth Herbes and I am 18 years old senior at Union High School, my parents are Mike and Janet Herbes. I have 3 sisters. My family has been involved with rodeos all my life and more. I grew up on a ranch outside of Pendleton where I first got involved with rodeos at the Pendleton Round-Up then my sophomore year of high school I moved to Union. My family raises horses and cattle. My mother used to show horses and my father competed in rodeos. I used to show sheep in 4-H. I am involved in FFA and FBLA.

Through the Union FFA program, I started my SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience), which includes training and breaking horses. Including my own horses. I have improved as a rider from the times spent on colts who are just having someone under the saddle. My SAE has also taught me how to handle horses and to care for them.

Ever since I can remember, I have been on a horse. I spend most of my summer riding horses all over the mountain trails. I was inspired to be a part of the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show Rodeo Court when I started to pack flags for Stock Show run-ins. Also my sister who was on Pendleton Round-Up court gave me inspiration to see how I can inspire and help other little girls to pursue their dreams.

              Thank you,

               Elizabeth Herbes 


My name is Victoria Lattin. I have been raised in Wallowa and Enterprise, Oregon. I am 16 years old and a Junior at Enterprise High School. My parents are Lucie Lattin and David Lattin and my step-parents are Rob Burns and Jeanne Lattin. I am the oldest of two siblings.

I became interested in horses and progressed to riding at the age of 6, taking riding lessons in English riding, I was also a member of Pony Club until the age of 12. I enjoy riding both Western and English, although Western is by far my favorite. As soon as I was of age, I joined the local 4-H and showed sheep for a total of 4 years. I am now very involved in our high school FFA chapter.

I have been a varsity cheerleader for football and basketball for the past 3 years, as well as being very involved in FCCLA and track. I am also a member of our school choir, which has competed and placed in the top 10 in the state for the past 3 years. In addition to school and extracurricular activities, I work at the Eagle Cap Wilderness Pack Station leading strings of horses, clients, and mules. I also help to move cows every spring and fall for multiple families. I am very dedicated in all of my activities and I work extremely hard. I plan on attending Texas A&M or Eastern Oregon University and majoring in agribusiness.

It has always been a dream of mine to be a part of rodeo royalty, and what better rodeo to represent than one that has stayed true to the original, traditional foundation of rodeos. I am very dedicated to working hard to represent the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show court and rodeo to the best of my ability. I am excited to promote not only Eastern Oregon Livestock Show, but all PRCA rodeo’s in a manner that complements and accentuates the rodeo community as a whole. Thank you for the opportunity of allowing me to represent one of the most prestigious local rodeos and giving me the chance to chase my dreams! I look forward to meeting the diverse individuals that are associated with the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show and the ones who will be representing other PRCA rodeos.










For more EOLS information

PO Box 1052, Union, OR  97883