TRI-STATE HIGH SCHOOL

RODEO ASSOCIATION

 

Our Purpose:  "To promote the highest conduct and sportsmanship at all rodeos."

 

 

SCHEDULE PAGE

2014 FALL & 2015 SPRING SCHEDULE

High SCHOOL RODEOS

All High School rodeos will start at 9am and will run in one performance.  The order of events will be pole bending, bareback riding, breakaway roping, Tri-State calf roping, barrel racing, saddle bronc riding, goat tying, Region 1 calf roping, bull riding, steer wrestling and team roping.  There will be a 30 minute break between the goat tying and the Region 1 calf roping. 

September 7 ~ Dalhart Club @ the XIT Arena

 

September 14 ~ Pampa Club @ the Top O' Texas Arena

 

September 21 ~ open weekend

 

September 28 ~ Gruver Club @ the Gruver Rodeo Arena

 

October 4 ~ Boys Ranch Club @ the Boys Ranch Rodeo Arena

     **Special start time of 1pm**

 

October 5 ~ Happy Club @ the Boys Ranch Rodeo Arena

 

October 12 ~ Amarillo Club @ the Range Riders Arena

 

October 26 ~ Canadian Club @ the Canadian Rodeo Arena

 

March 7 ~ Vernon Club @ the Wilbarger County Events Center

     **Special start time of 1pm**

 

March 8 ~ Vernon Club @ the Wilbarger County Events Center

 

March 15 ~ Hereford Club @ the Spicer Gripp Arena

 

March 28 ~ Altus, OK ~ combined with OHSRA

 

March 29 ~ Altus, OK ~ combined with OHSRA

 

April 4 & 5 ~ weather make-up weekend

 All of the above rodeos count for Tri-State and Region 1 points.

JUNIOR HIGH RODEOS

Junior High Rodeos will start at 12 noon on Saturday.  The Region 1 Finals in Levelland in March will be a two go round rodeo with average points.  The average will award points only - no money.

September 6 ~ Dalhart Club @ the XIT Arena

 

September 13 ~ Pampa Club @ the Top O' Texas Arena

 

September 27 ~ Gruver Club @ the Gruver Rodeo Arena

 

October 11 ~ Amarillo Club @ the Range Riders Arena

 

October 25 ~ Canadian Club @ the Canadian Rodeo Arena


March 14 ~ Hereford Club @ the Spicer Gripp Arena

 

March 21 ~ Region Finals ~ Levelland Club @ the Mallett Event Center

     **Weekend schedule of events TBA**

 

March 22 ~ Region Finals ~ Levelland Club @ the Mallett Event Center

 

HIGH SCHOOL CuttingS

September 20 & 21 ~ PCHA ~ Bill Cody Arena, Amarillo

October 25 & 26 ~ PDCHA ~ Llavas Terra Firma Arena, Amarillo

November 1 & 2 ~ PCHA ~ Bill Cody Arena, Amarillo

Spring Cutting dates will not be available before December.

Date of Rodeo

Location

Membership Deadline

Entries Open

Entries Close

Sept 6 & 7

Dalhart JH & HS

August 23 August 25 August 30
Sept 13 & 14

Pampa JH & HS

August 30 September 1 September 6
Sept 20 & 21 PCHA cuttings September 6 n/a n/a
Sept 27 & 28

Gruver JH & HS

September 13 September 15 September 20
Oct 4 & 5 Boys Ranch & Happy HS September 20 September 22 September 27
Oct 11 & 12

Amarillo JH & HS

September 27 September 29 October 4
Oct 25 & 26 Canadian HS & JH & PCHA cuttings October 4 n/a n/a
Nov 1 & 2 PCHA cuttings October 18 n/a n/a
Mar 7 & 8 Vernon HS February 21 February 23 February 28
Mar 14 & 15 Hereford JH & HS February 28 March 2 March 7
Mar 21 & 22 Lubbock JH Region Finals March 7 March 9 March 14
Mar 28 & 29 Altus HS w/ OHSRA March 14 March 1 March 15
@ Hereford
May 1, 2 & 3 Tri-State Finals n/a March 29 April 4

 

CUTTING INFORMATION

Cutting events for Region 1 members are sponsored by Panhandle Cutting Horse Association (PCHA) and Palo Duro Cutting Horse Association (PDCHA).  Only scores from the Youth class are used to award points for Region 1 and the Top 10 boys and the Top 10 girls advance to the State Finals in Abilene.  Please call me if you have any questions. 

PCHA Secretary is Jeri Adcock.  PCHA cuttings are held throughout the Texas Panhandle.  Here is a link to Panhandle's website:  http://users.arn.net/~djmmj/ or you can also go to  http://www.cuttingnews.com/location.cfm?AssocSN=1043

PDCHA Secretary is Jiminell Cook.  PDCHA cuttings will be held at the EE Arena located at 1300 SE 46th in Amarillo.  Here is a link to Palo Duro's website:  http://www.cuttingnews.com/location.cfm?AssocSN=1137

Each day is a separate event. 

PERFORMANCES

High School Rodeos will be run in a single performance and will begin at 9am on Sunday.  Saturday rodeos will begin at 1pm.  The order of events is:  pole bending, bareback riding, breakaway roping, Tri-State calf roping, barrel racing, saddle bronc riding, goat tying, Region 1 calf roping,  bull riding, steer wrestling and team roping.

There will be a 30 minute break between the goat tying and Region 1 calf roping.  This time may be used for group meetings or the club hosting the rodeo may provide church services.

Junior High Rodeos will be on Saturday and will start at 12pm.  The order of events is:  chute dogging, pole bending, boys and girls breakaway roping, calf roping, barrel racing, ribbon roping (boys and girls team event), boys and girls goat tying, junior bull riding and team roping.  On the weekends where a meeting is scheduled, it will be at the beginning of the rodeo.  Host clubs may also provide a church service at this time. 

The Region Finals will have special start times for the two-day event.

ENTERING A RODEO

Entries open 12 days before and close 7 days before the date of the rodeo you are entering.  If there are two rodeos in one weekend (Saturday and Sunday), the entry box will be out both days.  Entries received earlier than 12 days prior to the date of the rodeo have a chance of getting mixed up with the wrong rodeo or even lost, and therefore, will be returned.

Late entries will be fined $25 each until 2pm Tuesday (4 days prior to the rodeo you are entering.)  No entries will be accepted after Tuesday at 2pm.  Fines are assessed by the envelope - not the event.  Keep in mind if you are entering Tri-State and Region 1 events that you have the potential of $50 in fines per rodeo.

Entries must be mailed in for the first rodeo of each semester.  Once the rodeos begin, you may enter the next rodeo by placing your completed entry envelopes in the entry box.  Blank entry envelopes will be provided at each rodeo.

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TSHSRA OFFICE

PO BOX 1414

CANYON, TX  79015

806.655.9910

806.655.2419 (fax)

 

e-mail me at:

tri-statehsrodeo@att.net

 

MIKEY JO DUGGAN

SECRETARY

 

 

 

 

 

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