This truly is a show for the ENTIRE family!
Kids and adults alike ALWAYS “squeal” with delight as these speedy swine fly around the 180 ft all-aluminum track in about 7 seconds! Cheerleaders or “Pig Rooters” from the audience are picked to represent each pig… when their pig wins they receive FREE prizes!
Rosaire’s Royal Racers has been in business since 1991. Wayne Rosaire started racing pigs in 1988 for a friend who unfortunately passed away in ’89.
Soon after, Wayne decided to build a pig racing company of his own. He put it out on the road in ’91, the same year his daughter Pamela was born. Pamela grew up on the road — just like her father.
Wayne was born into a circus family in England in 1961. He’s a 7th generation performer, making Pamela 8th! Pamela now mostly runs the business, along with her fiance’ Evan, and younger sister Kathryn. Her father and little brother David also help out along the way. It really is a family affair!
Over the years the pig races have changed a lot but have also stayed the same. Many of the fairs and events that the Rosaire family go to have hosted the pig races year after year, some of them even before Wayne had built the show for himself. Rosaire’s Royal Racers have quite a large following and stay busy about 10 months out of the year. They stay mainly on the east coast and perform their show for hundreds of thousands of people per year.
Wayne is an unbelievable announcer, some have even said “the best they’ve ever heard,” and Pamela has followed right in his footsteps. Some people have even cheekily said “she trumps her fathers skill.” And little sis Kathryn is right behind her!
This is one of the most remarkable families in the entertainment industry today. Now that you know a little more about how the show became what it is today, I hope you’re ready to go HOG WILD!
Visit them online at: rrracers.com
Friday: 6:30pm, 8:30pm (@Back Stage)
Saturday: 12:00 noon, 2:00pm, 5:00pm, 8:00pm (@Back Stage)
Sunday: 11:00am, 2:00pm, 5:30pm (@Back Stage)
All times subject to change. Please check website for updated info.