Sports fanatics have their pick of options in July.

In Tulsa, the Drillers are still truckin’ at ONEOK Stadium, with home games July 4-14 and July 30-31. If you prefer soccer, stick around the stadium for Tulsa FC’s matches July 20 and 26. You can also head over to the BOK Center for Tulsa Oilers football July 13 and 19. Expo Square is a hotbed of equine-centric sporting events this month, including the Pony of the Americas National Congress, July 5-12; the National Reined Cow Horse Association’s Hackamore Classic, July 22-28; and simulcast horse racing all month long. 

Events in OKC include the OKC Baseball Club’s home games, July 4-6, 9-14 and 23-28 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, as well as a Twister City Roller Derby bout on July 20 at Arctic Edge Arena in Edmond. Fans of bull riding shouldn’t miss the PBR Teams event at the Paycom Center from July 12 to 14. The OKC Fairgrounds play host to both the National & Youth World Appaloosa Horse Show, through July 4, as well as the Arabian Horse Association Youth Nationals, July 18-27. 

Rodeo fanatics have plenty of events to visit, including the Wynnewood Open Rodeo, July 12-13 at the Wynnewood Rodeo Grounds; the Founder’s Day Rodeo, July 12-13 at Drew Park in Pittsburg; and the Pawnee Bill Memorial Rodeo, July 25-27 starting at the Pawnee Lakeside Event Center. Other can’t miss events include the Norman Conquest Ride, July 13 at the J.D. McCarty Center; the International Round-Up Club Cavalcade, July 15-21 at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska; and the Dehydrator Bicycle Ride, July 27 at the Simmons Center in Duncan. 

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