Lazy E Arena

The arena, just southeast of Guthrie opened its doors in December 1984 in time for that season’s National Finals Steer Roping to coincide with the National Finals Rodeo

About Lazy E Arena

Rodeo is the only national spectator sport originating entirely in the United States.  Rodeos occupy a unique position in modern sports, having developed from an American culture that is rapidly changing.  The Lazy E Arena is a window into the past while at the same time exhibits unique modern sports that offer unlimited excitement for spectators.

The Lazy E Arena is a major center for rodeo competition and is home to some of the world's most prominent rodeo contests.  "The Arena" is the largest indoor arena in the world, allowing exciting western related competitions and major motorsport events to take place.  It is a powerful trade show venue which is highlighted annually by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Expo and more.

The Lazy E is also known for past events that are recognized nationally as some of the best entertainment spectrum, from Reba McEntire performing to a packed house to Trevor Brazile making history at the Wrangler Timed Event Championship in 2007.  The Lazy E Arena has held televised shows such as the 20th Anniversary of the Hee Haw Show in addition to many Bullnanza, WTEC, and Prairie Circuit telecasts over the years.  It is also the birth place of The World's Greatest Horseman and the National Reining Breeders Classic Horse Show.  The Lazy E Arena plans to continue making history and providing great memories for its fans and competitors alike.