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Pro & Local Rodeo Events
Lakeport, California
    
The rodeo events performed at the Lake County Rodeo include - "Click" event name below to learn more about each event:


Cow Chip Bingo Bull
Photo by Debbie Jones

 

Entry Fees and reserving positions in the events: 
  

1.  CCPRA contestants register with CCPRA.

 

2.  Local Team Roping: $40.00/person ($80.00 Team Total).

    a.  To reserve your place call: Johnny or Debbie Jones 707-279-8316.

    b.  $500 added to the winner's pot...

    c.  Spurs awarded to winners...

 

3.  Local Barrel Racing: $50.00/person.

     To make reservations, contact:

      a.  Call the Lake County Chamber office at 875 Lakeport Blvd - Vista

           Point, Lakeport - 707-263-5092.

      b.  $500 added to winners pot...

      c.   Buckle awarded to winner...

      b.  Note:  Only 10 Riders per night; no slack; first come, first served.

Bull Fighter Shawn McNair draws the bulls attention away from the rider.
 

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California Pro and Local

Rodeo Results

    
Bareback Bronc Riding

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  Photo by Debbie Jones

    

Bull Riding

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Queen & Princess Contest

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Mutton Bustin'

 Lake County Rodeo Association Presents CCPRA a Sanctioned Event
  



The California Cowboys Professional Rodeo Association (CCPRA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of rodeo.

Formed in 1966, the regional organization sanctions rodeos throughout California with numerous co-approvals in Nevada, Washington and Oregon.  A steady growth in membership has made the CCPRA the leading rodeo organization in the state of California.

Cardholders include cowboys, cowgirls, judges, clowns, bullfighters, photographers, secretaries, announcers, timers, contractors, rodeo committee members and fair managers.

These members come from all walks of life.  They are teachers, salesmen, bank executives, veterinarians, peace officers, students and ranches.  They are people who can usually rodeo only on the weekends, but all have a love for rodeo.

The contestants at CCPRA rodeos are competing for about $500,000 in prize money each year.  The money comes from entry fees and added purses.  Points are awarded on a point-per-dollar system.  Of the total fees from each rodeo, 5 percent is deducted, with 2 percent held in the trust and added to the final purse, 2 percent going to awards and promotion, and 1 percent into the general fund.

The CCPRA championships are held at the finals rodeo in the fall and which includes the state queen competition.  The CCPRA continues the tradition of rodeo excitement for young and old alike.

For information, contact the CCPRA by mail:  CCPRA, P.O. Box 1929 Cottonwood, CA 96022  - or call (530) 347-9256.