196 Pascoe Road
Glennville, CA 93226
The fun begins on Friday May 17th, with the Family Team Roping at 4 pm, followed by the Scholarship Presentation dinner at 5 pm, and the Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament at 7.
We continue the fun on Saturday May 20th bright an early. Rodeo entries will open at 7 am, and the Grand Entry will take place at 8:45am. The ranch rodeo events will start at 9 am with the Sort & Rope, Saddle Bronc riding, Trailer loading, and Team Sorting. The little ones can also enjoy the Buckaroo Camp including a color race, dummy roping, tic-tac-toe race and dance-off. Buckaroo camp ages start at Cowpoke ages 3-6, Wrangler 7-10, and Trail Boss 11-13. All Buckaroo Camp events begin at 10am both days. The singles Horseshoe Tournament begins at 10 am as well. The Cowboy Marketplace opens at 10:30 with everything from cowboy gear, to home décor, clothing and so much more. At 1pm, the Trail Challenge for the Youth and Novice divisions will be held to the south of the arena. The TMP fundraiser BBQ is held Saturday night, with silent auction opening at 3 pm, and the food being served at 5:30. After dinner we have our live auction and Calcutta for the Ranchers Choice Obstacle course the following day. We also have family blackjack table running throughout the evening, with the rodeo dance starting at 8 pm, featuring Kadin Hernandez and the Stuck in Oildale Band.
Sunday morning at 8:30 am begins with Cowboy Church, and rodeo events starting again at 9:30am. Team Sorting, Ranch Sort and Brand, In & Bye, and the Ranchers Choice Obstacle Course starts at 10 am, while the 2-man Horseshoe Tournament begins at 1 pm. The Open and Mule division for the Trail Challenge will also start at 1pm at the south end of the arena. The Buckaroo Camp opens for kids 10 am with Sack races, obstacle course, stick horse race and egg toss. The Cowboy Marketplace will be open from 10:30 am to 3 pm on Sunday.
Rodeo entries are available online at www.tmpranchrodeo.org, with entry deadline being May 9th, and a $5 fee added to late rodeo entries. Food and drink will be available for purchase courtesy of the Greenhorn Mountain Veterans Association throughout the weekend. Proceeds from the weekend go to the Thomas Midnight Pewitt Memorial Scholarship fund, granting $1,000 scholarships to graduating senior with ties to Agriculture and Athletics.
For more information and complete list of all activities, please visit our website at ww.tmpranchrodeo.org or like us on Facebook. Representatives from TMP Ranch Rodeo Charities are available for in-studio or on location interviews. Please contact Lora Kate Rogers at 661-805-8135 for press coverage.