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District 3
California High School Rodeo Association


2016-17 Rodeo Dates:

All dates subject to
change.......

September 24-25, 2016
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds


October  29-30, 2016
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds


November 12-13, 2016
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds

NO DECEMBER RODEO

January 13-15, 2017
Red Bluff, Ca
High School District Shootout
No Junior Rodeo

February 11-12, 2017
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds

March 11-12, 2017
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds

April 1-2, 2017
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds
Last Junior Rodeo

April 29-30, 2017
Lincoln Rodeo Grounds
HS Rodeo Only, No Juniors



OTHER RODEO DATES


CHALLENGE OF CHAMPIONS
PLYMOUTH CA
MARCH 17-19, 2017


JUNIOR HIGH STATE FINALS
MAY 11-14, 2017
TBD

HIGH SCHOOL STATE FINALS
BISHOP, CA
JUNE 10-17, 2017

JUNIOR HIGH NATIONALS
JUNE 19-25, 2017
TENNESSEE

HIGH SCHOOL NATIONALS
JULY 17-23, 2017
GILLETTE, WY

DISTRICT 3
RODEO SCHEDULE

THE LATEST NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
THE THUNDERING THREE......
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Attn Cutters.....There will be a make up cutting
for the Oct Rodeo at the Lincoln Rodeo Grounds
on Dec. 17th at 9:00.  Please be aware and pass
the word...thanks
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Please take notice of our new uploaded rodeo
safety videos on the "Policies/ Safety" section of
this website.....important for all to watch!!!
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“Arena Etiquette” - - The Difference Between a Winner and a Loser
A true winner always leaves the arena with his head held high.  He does not discipline his horse in
the arena or throw a fit.  He is always gracious and always says thank you when congratulated,
even if he wasn’t satisfied with the ride or run.  He is nothing but respectful no matter how
disappointed or angry he is.  He finds the positives in his failures and learns from his mistakes.
A loser is not necessarily the person who gets last place.  A loser is disrespectful toward
others and takes his mistakes out on his horse.  A loser makes excuses and doesn’t figure out
what he needs to do better.  The difference between a winner and a loser is not how you place or
the number of titles you win, it is how you handle both success and failure.  With that, we urge all
of you to be winners in D3 and always have this in the back of your mind.  Let’s all be true winners
and have a great season.
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Time onlys occur every Friday night on a rodeo weekend
at 5:00 pm for barrels and poles.  Poles are first and then
barrels.  Please pay your $5.00 per run fee before entering
the arena!
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GENERAL MEETINGS are on Saturday at 8:00am at every rodeo and are
MANDATORY for all District 3 competitors.  Family members are welcome.  Plenty of
information is given at the General Meetings pertaining to the weekend's rodeo.
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Membership forms can be submitted throughout the season to Michelle Swift,
however you must be a member for two weeks prior to your first rodeo.