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CHSRA District  # 1
~ Second to None..... Home of the Red Bluff Shoot-Out ~
Proudly representing the counties of 
Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity. 
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All members must watch all 8 SAFETY VIDEOS and submit a VERIFICATION FORM for the current rodeo season.  
Click HERE for Video links and Verification Form.
District 1 Host Hotel 
Comfort Inn Red Bluff

90 Sale Lane
Red Bluff CA  96080

A & R Deli Deal
Rodeo Contestants (show your back number) are eligible for FREE DRINK with Deli Sandwich Purchase!

Thank You A & R  !!
2019-2020 District 1 Rodeo Schedule

    - September 13 - HS Cutting, McArthur - 7 pm
    - September 14/15 - JR & HS Rodeo, McArthur
    - October 11 - HS Cutting, Ferguson Ranch, Cottonwood - 5 pm
    - October 12/13 - JR & HS Rodeo, Red Bluff (Outdoor Arena)
    - November 23 - HS Cutting, Ferguson Ranch, Cottonwood - 7 am
    - November 23/24 - JR & HS Rodeo, Red Bluff (Indoor Arena)
    - November 29/30 - Goat and Breakaway Clinic, Red Bluff (Indoor Arena)
    - December 7/8 - HS Reined Cow Horse Clinic & Show, Red Bluff (Indoor Arena)
    - January 9/12 - Red Bluff Shoot Out, HS Interdistrict Rodeo with Silent Auction, Red Bluff (Indoor Arena)    
    - January 30/February 2 - Battle for the Saddle, HS Interdistrict Rodeo (D2 Hosts), Corning (Indoor Arena)
    - February 28 - HS Cutting - Hi Point Ranch, Orland - 7 pm
    - February 29/March 1 - JR & HS Rodeo, Red Bluff (Indoor Arena)
    - March 13/15 - HS Challenge of Champions (Top 3) - Plymouth
    - April 3 - HS Cutting - Hi Point Ranch, Orland - 7 pm
    - April 4/5 - JR & HS Rodeo, Red Bluff (Jr High District Finals, BBQ and Awards) (Scholarship Interviews)
    - May 1 - HS Cutting, Etna - 12 pm
    - May 1/2, HS Rodeo, Etna (High School District Finals with Senior Profiles, Scholarships, BBQ and Awards)

 -- Schedule Subject to Change --
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                    October Rodeo
                                   Tehama District Fairgrounds ~ Red Bluff, CA

​10/11 - Friday - 5 pm - High School Cutting - Ferguson Ranch
10/12-10/13  Saturday/Sunday - Jr High & High School Rodeo
10/13 - Grand Entry - Theme:  Tough Enough to Wear Pink / Halloween Theme

Entry Deadline:   Wednesday - 10/2/19

  • Payment will be made ONLINE - please have debit or credit card ready.

  • Stalls must be paid in same online link as rodeo entries.  NO portable pens and tie-outs allowed.
  • Camping must be paid in same online link as rodeo entries.   Free dry camping, must pay if you hook up to either water or power.

  • You must know your partners membership number to enter the team roping and ribbon roping.
  • Membership Number Format :  For HS the number will be H-CA-000###, (H-CA-000145) and for JH the number will be J-CA-000### (J-CA-000145).
  • JR please make sure that you enter both rodeos (Saturday & Sunday) as they are each a separate rodeo.
CHSRA District #1 By-Laws

Print out, read and sign the back page.  Turn in to RODEO SECRETARY.

California Department of Food and Agriculture ALERT

Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM) Updates:
EHV-1 Quarantine in Shasta County

October 3, 2019: A 20-year-old quarter horse gelding in Shasta county displaying neurologic signs has been confirmed positive for Equine Herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1). The positive horse has been quarantined and isolated. Four exposed horses on the premises are under quarantine with enhanced biosecurity measures including twice daily temperature monitoring. CDFA will continue to monitor the situation.

The positive horse participated at an event at the Rolling Hills Casino Equestrian Center on September 27-29, 2019. The event stabling has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. The event sponsoring organization is notifying membership of the potential exposure. CDFA recommends horses which participated in this event should be isolated and monitored with twice daily temperature recording. Any horse displaying clinicals signs or a temperature over 101.5F should be reported to the veterinarian for evaluation and potential nasal swab and blood sampling. 

For updated information and EHV-1fact sheets regarding symptoms and bio security measures: