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Red Bluff Roundup Cattle Days 2019

Want a fun day with the family that won’t break the bank? Or maybe you just want to experience good fun rodeo? Well, if you happen to be in Red Bluff California on the days of February 15th through the 16th then you may want to stop in and take a seat at the Red Bluff Jr Round-Up 25th anniversary of Cattle Days!

25th Anniversary of Cattle Days!

Want a fun day with the family that won’t break the bank? Or maybe you just want to experience good fun rodeo? Well, if you happen to be in Red Bluff California on the days of February 15th through the 16th then you may want to stop in and take a seat at the Red Bluff Jr Round-Up 25th anniversary of Cattle Days! It’s a short 2-day event filled with children of all ages competing, as well as a great venue to make coming with the whole family easy!

Red Bluff Cattle Days provides a unique experience for the younger ages to be able to compete in at least one event,  this even includes any kids with no previous rodeo experience. For example events like the Stick Horse Barrel Race, Goat Undecoarting and a Dummy Roping are all events that children 5 and under can compete in, and will not need to have any previous rodeo experience!  Just make sure to enter up no later than Friday, February 8th!

For anyone who may be wondering what other events will be taking place at Cattle Days here is a list along with the age groups who are eligible to compete. Followed below by a schedule of all events!

Events:

  • Pole Bending (6 & over)
  • Goat Undecoarting (5 & under)
  • Stick Horse Barrel Race (5 & under)
  • Dummy Roping (5 & under, 6-10)
  • Mutton Bustin (5 & under)
  • Goat Dogging (5 & under, 6-10)
  • Calf Riding (6-10)
  • Barrel Racing (6 & over)
  • Single Stake (6 & over)
  • 3 Man Ribbon Roping (Jackpot only! 11 & over)
  • Steer Stopping (6 & over)
  • Breakaway Roping (6 & over)
  • Steer Daubing (6 & over)
  • Sack Roping (6 & over)
  • Goat Tying (6 & over)
  • Chute Dogging (11 & over)
  • Steer Riding (11-13)
  • Hide Race (11 & over)
  • Calf Roping (11 & over)
  • Team Roping (6 & over)

Schedule

The Friday Night Rodeo will be starting at 6 PM and there will only be 3 events held that night.

All events are as follows…

-Pole Bending

-Barrel Racing

-Single Stake

Saturday will have an early start of 9 AM. All events other than Poles, Barrels and Single Stake will be competing. 

Make sure to come out to the 25th anniversary and have a fun-filled day with the family, while cheering on the younger ages as they compete in each timed event!

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Sarah Serrano-Smith is a native Arizonan, who comes from a competitive rodeo family. She is planning to graduate with her degree in Agriculture Business and a minor in Journalism. In her free-time she enjoys competing at rodeos and jackpots.

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