ATTENTION DODGE CITY DAYS BBQ FANS: Are you interested in being a certified judge for our Smokin’ Saddles BBQ Competition? We are now offering a CBJ certification class! Contact the Chamber for more details or use this form to sign up!
DODGE CITY DAYS SMOKIN’ SADDLES BBQ COMPETITION
REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON!
Saturday, July 30, 2016
Wright Park, Dodge City, Kansas
Over $15,000 awarded in Cash & Prizes??
There are five categories to test all barbeque skills. Judging begins at 11:30 am on Saturday, July 25, 2015.
Categories and judging times are as follows:
11:30 am Chicken
12:00 noon Pork Ribs – Loin or Spare
12:30 pm Pork – Shoulder or Butt
1:00 pm Beef Brisket
1:30 pm Misc – Anything goes
*Sirloin category is now an optional Misc – Anything Goes category and will not count toward Grand Champion.
$50 per category, or…
$175 for all 4 Categories + Misc
if registration is completed and paid before July 17th
$200 for all 4 Categories + Misc
if registration is completed and paid on or after July 17th
Entry fee includes ALL the following…
Full Electrical Hookup (Dual 20 amp service)
5 bags Ice (100#)
“Welcome to Dodge Happy Hour” prior to Cook’s Meeting Friday evening
Saturday morning authentic old-fashioned Chuckwagon breakfast
Over $15,000 awarded in Cash & Prizes
Total Prize Money: $15,000
Grand Champion – $2,000
Reserve Grand Champion – $1,000
3rd Place overall – $800
4th Place overall – $500
5th Place Overall – $300
1st Place, each category – $500
2nd Place, each category – $400
3rd Place, each category – $300
4th Place, each category – $200
5th Place, each category – $180
6th Place, each category – $150
7th Place, each category – $125
8th Place, each category – $100
9th Place, each category – $75
10th Place, each category – $50
Grand Champion will also receive free entry into the 2016 Contest.
PRO DIVISION ONLINE REGISTRATION HERE: LINK COMING SOON
In conjunction with The Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS), the sanctioned Professional Division of our contest is now designated a “Cup Event” of the Rocky Mountain BBQ Association.
The Rocky Mountain BBQ Association started the Rocky Mountain Cup for several reasons. The mission of the RMBBQA is to help promote barbeque cooking and competitions in the Rocky Mountain region, and the Cup helps achieve this by increasing team attendance at Cup events. The idea behind the Cup is to reward consistency and give bragging rights. The team that wins the Cup is the best barbeque team in huge 7-state area and 100+ team membership base of the Rocky Mountain Region!