Garberville Rodeo Seeks Queen and Princess Contestants; If You Know How to Ride, You Can Make Money and Win Prizes
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To the community,
Garberville rodeo is looking for queen and princess contestants. Contestants must be age 12 and above. (There is not upper age limit. Ticket sales are 60% and horsemanship 40% of what the contestants are judged on. Each contestent must be able to ride in the horsemanship portion and ride in the parade and grand entree. Same for the princess contestants who are judged 80% on ticket sales 20% on horsemanship. Queen and princess candidates get a percentage of their sales back to them. To qualify to win saddle, ticket sales have to be over $3500. The contestants also get to keep 10% of the money made on ticket sales below 3500 tickets and 25% above ticket sales of 3500.
Ticket sales run from April 18 through June 15. A kick off meeting will be held April 18, at 5:30 p.m. at the Bootleg store in Garberville.
The rodeo is on June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Community Park. Crowning of the candidates is at 10:30 a.m. in front of Getti Up in Garberville. That will be followed by the parade at 11. Please contact Michelle Bushnell 707 223 3977 or Alicia Pecoa (707) 223-1656 if you are interested.
Rodeo is a non profit and the Queen and Princess contest are really one of the only ways we make money to support the rodeo. The tickets are drawn on the day of the rodeo. First prize is $150, 2nd wins $75 and 3rd wins $50.
Chamber of Commerce President