Sponsored By: Rafter G Land & Cattle Co.
2Ranch Rodeo will be an event on Wednesday and Thursday at 12:30 pm.
Ranch Rodeo is a team event and made up of 4 members (male or female) all over the age of 19 by July 1, 2022. We will be taking the first 6 Teams entered.
- TEAM SORTING
- TEAM DOCTORING
- TEAM BRANDING
- STRAY GATHERING
- WILD COW MILKING
- RANCH SADDLE BRONC
Class 1 - 5: $200 per team for both days
Class 6 (Bronc): $50 per entry for both days
CASH MONIES – for the best dressed authentic ranch rodeo team (no points awarded to the aggregate)
Day monies are paid to each team (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th) Day monies are paid to the ranch saddle bronc winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd,and 4th). For the team over the two day event (with highest aggregate points) all team members will be awarded and cash.
PAYOUT TOTAL MONIES $8000.00
Event #1 - #5 DAY MONIES: 1st - $225, 2nd - $150, 3rd - $125, 4th - $100
Event #6 DAY MONIES: 1st - $175, 2nd - $150, 3rd - $100, 4th - $75
WINNERS OF THE TEAM AGGREGATE POINTS $500.00
Ranch Team Rules
(TIE DOWNS ARE NOT ALLOWED)
All contestants and spectators participate in and around the event at their own risk.
All teams require 4 members for all events.
There is no cross entry.
Entry Fees must be paid prior to event.
All events must be entered to qualify to win.
High Point total wins. Points awarded for each completed event.
Points will be split in the event of a tie.
In the event of a tie for First Place, the team which has placed the best in the most events will be declared the winner.
A team name is required.
A two iron brand is required.
Any discrepancies must be discussed by team captain with Judge.
Any direct communication with the Judge may result in disqualification.
Time penalties may be awarded by Judges for any rule infractions or minor livestock roughing, all decisions are final. A No-Time results in no points.
No Trash Rule will be in place, meaning that no extra cattle or cattle that are not your designated number may cross the foul line at any time or will result in a no time.
If in the opinion of the Judge, unnecessary roughness occurs, the team will be given a disqualification.
Unnecessary roughness resulting in disqualification will include:
- Jumping cattle or making them leave the arena
- Excessive bumping, biting, or stepping on cattle by a horse
- Rider forces a cow to slam into the arena fence
- Hitting cows broadside
- Knocking a cow down
Unsportsmanlike conduct will include:
- Abuse of any livestock
- Use of excessive foul language
- Intoxication in the arena
One horse per rider. An injured horse can be replaced at Judge’s discretion.
There will be a draw at entry closing to decide the rotation of teams for the event.