It has many agricultural events, including heavy horse shows.
Derek Cey and his family from Scott—between Unity and Wilkie—have a team of Black Clydesdale horses at the Stampede this week.
He said the family has raised black Clydesdales for many years.
“We grew up with Clydes as a kid, working them in the fields, which then in turn, my father was kind of born and raised with them,” Cey said. “He stayed in it, my brother and myself at a young age got involved with the horses and took it to the next level.”
Cey said it is a family-run operation.
“Our horses are our hobby, which in turn kind of turned into a little business so we do our family deal with my parents, who are still on the farm, my brother and his family, as well as myself and my family, so we have probably three or four generations working here.”
The Cey’s have been going to the Stampede since 2015.