Central Park Horse Arena
848 Elkhorn Blvd
Rio Linda, CA 95673
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The Sierra Stampede is an IGRA Sanctioned Rodeo and is subject to all IGRA Rodeo Rules as referenced on the IGRA website.
Friday, September 16th, from 5PM to 8PM at the rodeo grounds, Central Park Horse Arena, 848 Elkhorn Blvd., Rio Linda, CA
NEW CONTESTANTS can register here
No variances for this years rodeo.
The Sierra Stampede 2016 is excited to announce we have $2,550 in added purse for this year's rodeo:
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Cash prizes are awarded for best weekend combined times.
Contestant-Draw * All Contestants will be entered ONCE into a drawing with three winners drawn at the Awards Ceremony.
You must state at contestant registration whether or not you are providing your own rigging/horse. If you are not, the rider and owner must sign a shared rigging/horse form showing the owner of the rigging/horse to be shared so that secretarial can make any necessary changes in the running order.
"Day Money" Pay-out is according to the graph in your I.G.R.A. rodeo rule-book for 2016
The 2016 Sierra Stampede is an IGRA sanctioned event and is subject to 2016 IGRA rodeo rules.
(not having an IGRA 4-digit contestant number)
Rules a new Contestant must know:
The 2016 Sierra Stampede is a non-smoking rodeo during the rodeo events in the arena and secured working areas. This includes in the Arena and the area behind the bucking chutes, including the Contestant refreshment area.
Buddy passes are only available for purchase at registration, Friday evening between 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
Passes can be purchased by any contestant registered. The cost is $50.00.
Awards Ceremony location - Faces Nightclub, Sacramento, CA
This IGRA Rodeo year is ending with a bang with GSGRA's Rodeo on the River, September 9-11, and SCCGRA's Sierra Stampede the following weekend, September 16-18. Read below for stay-over options for contestants.
I am excited to announce that SCCGRA has secured our Rodeo Grounds in Sacramento for rodeo "stay-over" contestants, their spouses, and/or assistants for FREE.
If you are interested in staying-over at the Sacramento Rodeo Grounds, carefully read details below:
In addition to the option to stay-over in Sacramento, there are a number of camping facilities, including those that allow horses close by. See links below for horse camping and we hope to see you for a great rodeo vacation week.
Central Horse Park Arena & Rodeo Grounds – SCCGRA has secured the rodeo grounds for dry camping from Monday, September 12th – Monday, September 19th. Check in starts at noon on Monday, September 12th. For additional information contact Jeff Barr at RodeoDirector@CapitalCrossroads.org, or our Barn Manager, Merlin Jackson for more information at Trustee@capitalcrossroads.org
Ranchotel - Located between Duncan Mills, CA (Bay Area Rodeo location) and Sacramento is a great motel for you and your horse with great riding trails in beautiful scenic area called Lagoon Valley. Ranchotel Horse Center is located between Vacaville and Fairfield just off of Interstate 80 and is nestled in the beautiful rural area of Lagoon Valley. With 3 barns, 3 riding arenas, 49 stalls, a tack shop and much more. For more information and availability check out their website at: ranchotelhorsecenter.com
Horse Camping – Just north of Sacramento one hour is Loafer Creek Horse Campground in the Lake Oroville State Recreation Area. Each camping spot has two corrals/stalls, and the campground has a round pen a washing station. The campground links to an extensive trail riding system around beautiful Lake Oroville. More information and reservations can be made at: Horse Camping Reservations
Skillman Horse Campground – Located in the Tahoe National Forest just a little over an hour northeast of Sacramento is great equestrian camping with horse corrals, water troughs and hitching racks in the campground. Each single site can accommodate up to six people, four horses and two vehicles. Great trails go out in three directions from the campground. Skillman Campground caters to campers with horses, but is available to groups and individuals without horses as well. It is located in the Tahoe National Forest near Nevada City and three historic mining towns. The campground is situated in a forest of cedar and Douglas fir trees, at an elevation of 3,700 feet. The Pioneer Trail stretches 25 miles through the Tahoe National Forest and can be accessed from the campground. The popular path was designated a National Recreation Trail in 2003. Horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing are favorite activities on this popular trail. For more information & reservations: Skillman Horse Campground Reservations
We will be posting additional information regarding attractions and things to do in a separate post. For now, you can think about going to the following mid-week concert 35 miles from the rodeo grounds in Sacramento.
Luke Bryan: Kill The Lights Tour 2016
Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch
Sep 15, 2016 Thu 7:00 PM PDT
Toyota Amphitheatre in Wheatland, California