AUGUSTA FUTURITY GENERAL INFORMATION
WELCOME TO THE 38th ANNUAL AUGUSTA FUTURITY
THE LARGEST CUTTING EVENT EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
- The show went to an eight-day schedule - Saturday to Saturday - in 1989, covering two full weekends for the first time.
- Its inaugural show was three days, but that changed quickly, to four in 1981, five in 1982, six from 1983 through 1985 and seven from 1986 through 1988.
- From 1990 to 1993, it expanded to an 11-day schedule. The 1994 show returned to the popular eight-day format, and in 1995 it lasted nine days.
- The 1996 and 1997 shows returned to the eight-day format. Since 1998, the show has spanned nine days to accommodate the growing interest in Amateur classes.
- The number of competitors grew - and so did the prize money. The inaugural show's purse was $64,489, and it passed the $500,000 mark for the first time in 1990. An all-time high of $799,343 was reached in 1999.
- Additionally, the show has an annual economic impact of millions of dollars on the Augusta area.
THE 39TH ANNUAL AUGUSTA FUTURITY RULES
THE 39th ANNUAL AUGUSTA FUTURITY: IT ALL ADDS UP!
NIGHT OF CHAMPIONSHIP BULL RIDING!
DAYS OF THE BEST CUTTING ACTION EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI!
DAYS TO BUY THE BEST WESTERN WEAR, RIDING EQUIPMENT AND OTHER FANCY DO-DADS!
The 39th Augusta Futurity: it all adds up with events for all ages and in the end, Augusta wins!
All cutting competition from Sunday, Jan. 14, through the final rounds on Saturday night, Jan. 20, will take place at JAMES BROWN ARENA, 601 Seventh St., in Augusta.