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In memory of Broc Cresta, his family and friends have established the Broc Cresta Memorial Scholarship Fund. Broc’s undeniable sound character, determination and commitment in and out of the arena resulted in an unforgettable and life-long impact on others. Because of this, the Scholarship Fund was created to continue to impact the lives of young students across the country. We would like to encourage all High School Seniors with plans on completing further education to apply for a Broc Cresta Memorial Scholarship.
To be eligible for a Broc Cresta Memorial Scholarship, high school seniors must be an active member in a rodeo or roping association, FFA and/or 4H. They must also plan to continue their education through a university, college and/or technical trade school. Student selection will be based on continued education goals, content of the letters of recommendation, and the student’s personal statement. The scholarship is a nationwide scholarship, and applicants do not have to reside in California to be considered.
The Scholarship application deadline is March 31st. We look forward to announcing the 2018 Scholarship Recipients at the Memorial Roping on April 17th, in Cottonwood, California.
Stock Contractor Bids are NOW OPEN for the 2017-18 Season.
The Bids will remain open all season.
We will be taking bids for each rodeo.
To place your bids, contact Jeremy LeRoy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-817-0364.
Your bids must be placed at least 10 DAYS PRIOR TO THE RODEO to be considered.
UPDATE FROM NATIONALS
NEW Chute Doggin Chute Rule
This season the chute doggin will be a straight run chute in front of the roping chute...the traditional left delivery out of the bucking chute will no longer be used. Below is an "entrance view" of a front load chute. The chute will have at least thirty-six inch inside clearance and should be at least six feet long. This may not be the exact chute we use but it will give you an idea. (picture attached)
NEW Tie Down and Ribbon Roping National Rule...
NO JERK DOWN. In the tie-down and Ribbon Roping events, a contestant will receive no-time for that run if he brings the animal over backwards (between 10 and 2 on a standard clock) with the animal landing on his back or head with all four feet in the air.
*** Permit Riders ***
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ATTENTION ALL STOCK CONTRACTORS
Message from the National Office
If you are considering becoming a member, but would rather check us out first ... we welcome "permit riders" to each of our rodeos.
You will need to complete the Minors Release Form and bring it along with your fees PLUS $10 to the rodeo.
You are also required to "call in" for that rodeo on the date given on our website. You will contact Sharon Livengood.