Fundraiser in Twin Falls to Benefit Rodeo Cowboy Who Died After Idaho Event
UPDATE: There will be another event in Twin Falls at the beginning of October, as a Bronc Bash fundraiser is being planned to help the Montero family. We'll post the event details soon!
Recently, an Idaho favorite bareback rider Trenten Montero, passed away due to injuries sustained during a rodeo in Southern Idaho. Communities around the United States have stepped up to help, holding fundraisers and memorials, to assist Trenten’s wife and young child.
How You Can Help Trenten Monteros Family in Twin Falls
There have been auctions and other fundraising events around the states to help raise money for his family and this week you can help in Twin Falls.
September 14th from 4 to 6:30 PM at the Bridgeview Estates in Twin Falls on the east (back) side of the building they are holding a fundraiser BBQ to help the family. Trenten’s wife is an occupational therapist at the facility and this is a great way the community can show support and help with the medical bills.
Food will be $10 per plate for the hot dog or chili dog meal and you can either drive by to get food and make a donation or go indoors to eat.
How Did Trenten Montero Get Injured
After the Owyhee County Rodeo on August 10th, where Trenten was injured, he underwent numerous surgeries and spent nearly 3 weeks in a Boise hospital. Ultimatley, the damage done when the horse he had ridden that night fell and rolled over him was too much and Trenten passed away. Funeral services were held for Trenten in Jerome Idaho on September 9th. A celebration of life event will take place on October 6th in Winnemucca, Nevada at the Leonard Creek Ranch.