STATE FINALS JH & HIGH SCHOOL

Craig
Thursday, May 26, 2022     From:  11:00 AM  To: 9:00 PM

Moffat County Fairgrounds
640 E Victory Way
Craig Colorado

 MAY 26th– 30th, 2022

INFORMATION - Subject to Change!

CONTACT PERSONS:
 
Sherri Schlegel 970-653-0122
Monty Lammers 719-964-4501

Jim Ward 303-579-4259

Dirt Terrell 970-978-0010
All Board Members

Rodeo Judges: Randy Schlegel, Jon Kenline, Cutter Barnes
Cutting & RCH: Judge: Jack McKomber
Timers: Shannon Story & Melinda Hammer
Announcer:  Brandon Edwards
Stock Contractors: Tuff E Nuff, Arlin Lepp, Tia Edwards, Bill Fellhauer & Jace Honey
 
WE ARE GOING TO BE LIVE STREAM VIDEO THIS YEAR!!!!!
Please see Ad in State Finals Program!
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ENTERING STATE FINALS-
ENTRIES OPEN MAY 10th-16th - (LATE: 15TH & 16TH) PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU GET ENTERED ON TIME!
 
QUEEN CONTESTANTS:  Please email Sherri (cshsra@gmail.com) your entry.
Please put the following information on email:
Contest Name:
Back #:
Grade:
Have you contacted April?
 
 
RODEO FEES ARE PAY ON-LINE (PREFERRED) OR CASH ONLY IF PAID AT STATE FINALS!

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VENDER APPLICATION - Please click on the following link! You will find at the bottom on the page.
www.grandoldwestdays.com/old_west-festival
 
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Grand Old West Days Committee will be in charge of the Stalls and Hookups. You will pay online.
  • EVERYONE will make their reservations Online, please see LINK below:
https://mcsignatureevents.ticketspice.com/2022cshsra-registration
  • YOU WILL BE PARKED THIS YEAR! IF YOU PARK YOURSELF, YOU WILL BE MOVED. Please make sure you put the length of your Trailer if it is really long. All Stalls will also be assigned.
  • The Grand Old West Days Committee will have a Camp Trailer set up at the State Finals, out by the Pumping Station. This trailer will serve as the place to go when you have a question/problem with Stalls and Hookups. They will also be in charge of helping park everyone and directing you to your stalls.

PLEASE DON’T COME UNTIL THURSDAY! IF YOU DO COME ON WEDNESDAY YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOW TO ENTER FAIRGROUND UNTIL 3 P.M. - SEE FEES!

  • EVERYTHING MUST BE RESERVED! (Stalls, Dry Camping & Hookups)

PAYMENT MUST BE MADE ONLINE IF YOU ARE STAYING AT THE FAIRGROUNDS- You will pay with a Credit Card online when you RESERVE!

RV Hookups - $80.00 Thursday thru Monday (If you come on Wednesday or before 8 a.m. on Thursday you will be charged an extra $30)
 
Stalls - $100.00 ($50.00 back when you clean stalls) Thursday thru Monday (If you come on Wednesday or before 8 a.m. on Thursday, you will be charged an extra $20)

DRY CAMPING & TIE OUTS MUST ALSO BE RESERVED!

ALL Dry Camping: $125 ($100 is the Deposit) If your area is clean, you will get $100 back!

Dry Camping on Track:  $125 ($100 is the Deposit) If your area is clean, you will get $100 back!

Tie Out or Pens: There will be $100 Deposit Charged through the Grand Old West reservations website if you build pens on the track. You will get a refund if it is clean when you leave.  

Bring your own shaving for stalls!

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2022 State Finals Schedule (Subject to Change)

Thursday, May 26th, 2022

10:00 a.m. - Board Meeting – Secretary Office

11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.  – RV Check-In

11:00 a.m.  – 8:00 p.m. – Rodeo Office Check-In

2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Sr. Interviews - Posted under: Menu/Scholarships

4:30 p.m. - Rifle Shooting - 1st Go (Bears Ears Sportsman's Club) 4521 CR 7, Craig, Co
http://www.bearsears.org/map.htm

7:30 p.m. - “College Rodeo 101” presentation by Branden Edwards - Pavilion 
EVERYONE WELCOME

7:30 p.m. - Refreshments – Fairgrounds Pavilion

8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – General Membership Meeting - Pavilion/Mandatory Check in Meeting.

Members must be checked in with office before the meeting starts.

Friday, May 27th

8am - 10am Bear River Young Life Biscuits & Gravy breakfast (near grandstands and possibly back of arena)

 8:30 a.m. – Mandatory Team Pictures – Come in Full Western Attire - Main Arena

 8:45 a.m. – Welcome & Thank you Grand Old West Day

 9:00 a.m. - High School -1st Go Round

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Food & Craft Booths Open

3:00 p.m. – Rifle Shooting- 2nd Go (Bears Ears Sportsman's Club) 4521 CR 7, Craig, Co
http://www.bearsears.org/map.htm

6:00 p.m. - Jr High 1st Go Round

9:00 p.m. - Kenny Feidler & the Cowboy Killers Concert 21 & Over - Pavilion

Saturday, May 28th:

7:00 a.m. - Rifle Shooting- Short Go

9:00 a.m. - Finish Sr. Interviews - Under Grand Stands

10:00 a.m. – Queen Contest Modeling - Pavilion

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Food & Craft Booths Open

12:00 p.m. - Contestant Family BBQ- Fairgrounds/Covered Picnic Arena

1:00 p.m. - Queen Contest Horsemanship - Main Arena

2:00 p.m. – Scholarship Meeting - Board (Office)

Time TBA - Barrel Racing Jackpot (Warm Up Arena) & Team Roping Jackpot (Main Arena)

7:30 p.m. – Concert (Tucker Rose & Cory Kent (Main Event) – Indoor Arena Moffat County Fairgrounds

7:30 p.m. – CSHSRA Fundraising Auction (Between the Entertainment Acts)

Sunday, May 29th:

7:30 a.m.  - Church Services - Grand Stands - Trent & Lindy Sharon

8am - 10am Bear River Young Life Biscuits & Gravy breakfast (near grandstands and possibly back of arena)

9:00 a.m. – Jr. High 2nd Go Round

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Food & Craft Booths Open

1:00 p.m. - Sr. Rodeo Graduation & Scholarship Announcements - Main Arena

3:00 p.m. – High School - 2nd Go Round

5:00 p.m. - Raffle Drawing

Monday, May 30th

8:00 - 10:00 a.m. - Pancake Breakfast (Bear River Young Life) - Pavilion

8:00 a.m. – Crown Queen – Main Area

9 a.m. – High School & Jr High Championship Round

1:00 p.m. – VFW Post #4265 Memorial in the Main Arena 

 

Members can start filling out National Finals Paperwork (In Office) after the event you qualify in or as soon as you know you are on the Team. The sooner the better!

AWARDS – The Awards will be handed out in our Staging Area by the Grand Stands as soon as the Secretary has all points tallied and checked. 

 

-High School-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Order of Go
(Order Subject to Change)

Grand Entry
HS Bareback Riding
Barrel Race
HS Steer Wrestling
HS Saddle Bronc Riding
HS Team Roping
HS Girls Breakaway
HS Tie Down Roping
HS Goat Tying (Track)
HS Pole Bending (Track)
HS Bull Riding

Jr High
Order of Go
(Order Subject to Change)

JH Bareback Steer Riding
JH Barrel Race
JH Chute Dogging
JH Girls Breakaway
JH Boys Breakaway
JH Saddle Bronc Steer Riding
JH Team Roping
JH Tie Down Roping
JH Ribbon Roping
JH Girls Goat Tying (Track)
JH Boys Goat Tying (Track)
JH Pole Bending (Track)
JH Bull Riding


Order of Go Short Go - Championship Round
(Order Subject to Change)

Grand Entry

HS Bareback Riding

JH Bareback Steer Riding

HS Barrel Race

JH Barrel Race

JH Chute Dogging

HS Steer Wrestling

JH Girls Breakaway

JH Boys Breakaway

HS Saddle Bronc Riding

JH Saddle Bronc Steer Riding

HS Team Roping

JH Team Roping

HS Tie Down Roping

JH Tie Down Roping

HS Girls Breakaway

JH Ribbon Roping

HS Goat Tying (Track)

JH Girls Goat Tying (Track)

JH Boys Goat Tying (Track)

HS Pole Bending (Track)

JH Pole Bending (Track)

HS Bull Riding
JH Bull Riding

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NO GATE FEE THIS YEAR FOR OUR EVENTS. There will be a gate fee for the Concert on Saturday evening.
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RODEO FEES ARE PAY ON-LINE (PREFERRED) OR CASH ONLY IF PAID AT STATE FINALS!

High School Fees (State Finals is 1 Rodeo - 1 Fee)

No Office Fee this Year!

Queen $66.00
Breakaway $81.00
Tie Down Roping $81.00
Steer Wrestling $81.00

Barrel Racing $69.00
Pole Bending $69.00
Goat Tying $69.00
Team Roping $69.00 (per person)
Light Rifle Shoot $69.00

Cutting $200
Reined Cow Horse $200
Bareback $87.00
Bull Riding $87.00
Saddle Bronc $87.00

Pay out will be by check for Tax Purposes.

HIGH STATE FINALS POINTS 2021

  1. 10 rodeos
    All of your All-Around Points Count
    3. 1st Go is Worth-10 points
    4. 2nd Go is Worth-10 points
    5. Championship Round is Worth - 10 points
    6. Average is Worth-10 points
    7. You can earn 40 points at the State Finals per event.
    8. Team Events-When coming into the state finals, both team members points are added together.
    9. Top 4 in each event goes to Nationals10. In case of a tie, there will be a tie breaker - voted on by Board Fall 2017

    RODEO FEES ARE PAY ON-LINE OR CASH ONLY!

State Finals Fees (All fees 1-time only) 

Jr. High Fees- (State finals is 1 Rodeo)

No Office Fee this Year!

Barrel Race $69
Boys Breakaway $81
Boys Goats $69
Bull Riding $87
Bareback Steer Riding $87
Saddle Bronc Steer Riding $87
Chute Dogging $81
Girls Breakaway $81
Girls Goats $69
Pole Bending $69
Ribbon Roping $69 (per person)
Team Roping $ 69(per person)
Light Rifle Shoot $69.00
Tie Down $81

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  1. 10 rodeos
    2. All of your All-Around Points Count
    3. 1st Go is Worth-10 points
    4. 2nd Go is Worth-10 points
    5. Championship Round is Worth - 10 points
    6. Average is Worth-10 points
    7. You can earn 40 points at the State Finals per event.
    8. Team Events-When coming into the state finals, both team members points are added together.

Example: Ribbon Roping-Joe 50 points/Jane 34 points, Now their points are 84 divided by 2 points. They can earn 10 points apiece so if they win the 1st go they receive 20 points as a team, but only 10 points goes towards their own All-Around.

Top 4 in each event goes to Nationals
 
In case of a tie, there will be a tie breaker - voted on by Board Fall 2017

Ground Rule Loops- First two rounds: Breakaway 1 loop, Team Roping 2 loops, Tie Down 1 loop, Ribbon Roping 1 loop (all 3 rounds per rule book).

Short Go - Breakaway 2 loop, Team Roping 3 loops, Tie Down 2 loop, Ribbon Roping 1 loop (all 3 rounds per rule book).

All Timed Events 30 seconds
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HOST HOTEL - Candlewood 970-824-8400
All of their double rooms are booked but they still have suites available

Booking at the Clarion Inn at 970-824-4000
They don't have a specific discount for us but PLEASE let them know when you are booking that you are here for the State High School Finals. 
This will be the cheapest hotel.
They have an indoor pool and there is some trailer parking.

Booking at the Hampton Inn at 970-826-9900
Tell them that you are booking for the State High School Finals for TOURNAMENT SPORTS
They will give a room discount. They have free breakfast, indoor pool and parking on the cul de sac that will accommodate some trailer parking.
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NATIONAL INFORMATION!
 
Suggestions for Nationals
  • Fill out nationals’ paperwork at state finals when qualify
  • Both parents will need to sign paperwork at state finals for nationals
  • Check for stalls and camping will be due at state finals for nationals
  • Fill out sign-up sheets at state finals after qualify for nationals:
    • Contact information is essential for communication
    • Volunteer sheet for nationals
    • T-shirt size sheet
    • Colorado Flags
  • Get your nationals shirt at state finals to wear at the mandatory meeting/pictures at nationals
  • Cinch Team members bring your Cinch Team shirt to nationals for Cinch Team Pictures
  • You will need coggins, health, and brand papers
  • Seniors and 8th graders apply for Scholarships!  Transcripts, essay, etc
  • Cowboy Crisis Fund:  Each year, the states who compete at nationals donate items for the silent auction that raises money for the Cowboy Crisis Fund.  The top two highest selling baskets earn their premium spot for their state’s camping for the next year at nationals.
  • If you have any connections on getting something donated that would be popular for the crowd at nationals, mainly parents of contestants, we are looking for you! 
  • A few years ago our junior high basket included a guided fishing trip and other items.  It ended up 2nd place in the nation and earned their pick of camping the next year!
  • In 2017 at Gillette, Pennsylvania had a Colorado trip in their basket with a kayak and it brought more than the Colorado basket!

Helpful items: 

If want to rent a golf cart book early online

Non-competitors can purchase a wristband ahead of time and save $ or can pay per performance

Fans for horses and electrical extension cords

Maybe mats for stalls

Electrolytes

50/30/110 Electrical adaptors for camping and extras in case it “walks away”

Lock for tack

Fly Spray

Manure fork

Wheelbarrow

Long hose

Rug spikes

 



Sherri Schlegel


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Craig
Monday, May 30, 2022     From:  8:00 AM  To: 6:00 PM