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Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo 2017

Norco, California brings rodeo fans the 33rd annual Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo. Come out to the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center August 18-20!

This 33rd annual Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo will take place in Norco, California, at the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center on August 18, 19, and 20. This is a major annual event of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and has been the Number 1 longest-running PRCA rodeo in Norco for more than 30 years. The rodeo celebrates California’s Wild West roots with events held throughout the state and including other festivities.Friday, August 18
Tickets are $18 each; ages 8 and below free – can be purchased via PayPal
5:00 PM – Gates Open
5:00 to 7:00 PM – Fun, food, vendors
7:00 PM – Introductions of Rodeo Queens
7:30 PM – RodeoSaturday, August 19
Tickets are $23 each; age 3 and below free
5:00 PM – Gates Open
5:00 to 7:00 PM – Fun, food, and vendors
7:00 PM – Introductions of Rodeo Queens
7:30 PM – RodeoSunday, August 20
Tickets are $18 each with ages 8 and below free
10 :00 AM – Cowboy Church free in the Grandstands
3:00 PM – Gates Open – Food and Vendors
3:30 PM – Rodeo for Challenged Children
4:00 – 5:00 PM – Pre-rodeo activities
5:30 PM – RodeoPARKING: General : $5.00; Preferred: $10.00
Rodeo Dance Parties
On Friday, there is a free Family Dance after the Norco Mounted Posse Rodeo. On Saturday, following the Rodeo, the Dance and Party is from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM that is a 21 and over event for only $5.00 each. You MUST have your ID, and there will be food, a full bar, and live music by Tina Michelle and The Rhinestone Cowboys.Southern California PRCA Sanctioned Rough Stock Series and Prizes
In 2017, contestants in all seven rodeos will become eligible for bonuses of money at the season’s end. Points will be awarded depending on how they place. The leader in each of the three events will win $3,000, second place $1,500, third place $1,000, and fourth place $500.City of Norco
As a horse community in Riverside County and with the motto, “HorseTown USA”, there are few sidewalks in Norco. Rather, there are horse trails, and riders can ride to town and tie up the horses at corrals and hitching rails! There is a large cement mural with reliefs of horses, and city ordinances dictate that the city’s architecture shall reflect a Western theme that is rural, traditional, rustic, informal, low-profile, and equestrian oriented.Media Team
The media team covering the Norco Mounted Posse Rodeo will be comprised of the Earnhardt Auto Centers, Ak-Chin Indian Community, Papa John’s Road Team, and the Cowboy Lifestyle Network. The latter is the community and leading online source for everything rodeo, country music, and cowboy related.

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