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California High School Rodeo Association - District 4

D4 Poinsettia Fundraiser

D4 Fundraiser - Get your Poinsettia fundraiser form here and get out there and sell them to support D4

Entry Forms for Oakdale here

Oakdale Entries are now posted on the website. Follow the links and download the forms. Due to be postmarked in a little over a week!

Important Message from Membership Secretary Wendy Sans:


The safety videos that EACH member is REQUIRED to watch before they can rodeo are available to view on the safety video page. We must be able to track who actually views them and who does not.


For viewing credit you must submit the notification form to me online (form on the safety video page). If I don't receive notification or am not able to track that you actually viewed the videos you will be required to watch them at 8:00 AM at the first rodeo you cannot rodeo until you have watched the videos.


Any questions, please contact Wendy Sans ASAP.

Dinner Information Here

Friends of District 4:


Something new this year for the Alumni and Boosters.  The First Annual District 4 Alumni honoree dinner and dance.  This is long overdue, that we honor those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in helping District 4.  Each year we will take nominations for those worthy of this award.  What better way for old friends to get together and reminisce and visit, while helping to support District 4.  All past members and parents or just supporters are welcome to attend.  There will be silent auctions, raffles, along with a fine dinner and dancing.  Please help get the word out to all the long lost District 4 people.  Hope to see you all there!  


    - Casey Vollin, District 4 President 

High School Rodeo Mission Statement
  • To encourage among the members closer personal acquaintance, social relations and a friendly spirit of mutual cooperation.

  • To maintain order and standards set up by the the National High School Rodeo Association and to promote high school rodeo on a state level and work toward this by bringing state recognition to this activity for students.

  • To promote the highest type of conduct and sportsmanship at the various rodeos by setting up standards to be met to reach this end.

  • To increase and maintain interest of the high school student in rodeos and other functions of the state.

  • To encourage boys and girls to continue in school and participate in rodeos and then continue on to college.


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