The Abbyville Frontier Days Rodeo is a Kansas Classic

The Abbyville Frontier Days Rodeo was named PRCA’s 2022 Small Rodeo of the Year as Kansans come from all over the state to embrace their abundant history.

“This community, they go above and beyond. This is rodeo, that’s what Abbyville is, this is rodeo family at its finest,” NFR Barrel Racer Emily Beisel said.

Less than 100 people populate the town of Abbyville, Kansas, yet this rodeo draws in over 3,000 visitors a year with its rich tradition, welcoming committee and the best pie in the Midwest.

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