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ith hundreds of our families getting ready to pack up their horse trailers and head to Gonzales this month, we thought that you would like to know local events going on and where to shop and eat while visiting this beautiful and historical part of Texas. With a whole week to explore the area here is a great look at local businesses that would love for you to visit them while you are in town. Don't be afraid to venture out of Gonzales and visit the charming towns of Shiner and Yoakum because they all have great things to experience too!

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onzales is one of the earliest Anglo-American settlements in Texas, the first west of the Colorado River. It was established by Empresario Green DeWitt as the capital of his colony in August 1825. DeWitt named the community for Rafael Gonzáles, governor of Coahuila y Tejas. The 49 original blocks and seven public squares laid out in the shape of a Greek cross withstood the test of time and form the first Texas History Museum District. Gonzales is most famous because it was the site of the first skirmish of the Texas Revolution. In 1831, the Mexican government gave the settlers a small cannon for protection against Indian attacks. At the outbreak of settler hostilities, a contingent of Mexican soldiers was sent from San Antonio to retrieve the cannon. On 2 October 1835, Texians under the command of John H. Moore confronted them. The Texans had fashioned a flag with the words “Come and take it”. The Texans successfully resisted the federal troops in what became known as the Battle of Gonzales. Gonzales later contributed thirty-two men from the Gonzales Ranging Company to the ill-fated defense of the Alamo. It was to Gonzales that Susanna Dickinson, widow of one of the Alamo defenders, and Joe, the slave of William B. Travis, fled with news of the Alamo massacre. General Sam Houston was here organizing the Texas army and anticipated the town would be the next target of General Antonio López de Santa Anna and the Mexican army. He had the town burned and ordered a retreat, thus precipitating the Runaway Scrape. If you go visit the Gonzales Memorial Museum which serves a memorial to these 32 men you will see actual artifacts from this period in time. The real Come and Take It cannon is located in the museum to see up close and you can even touch it! Beautiful building full of Texas history and well worth a visit. Some of the historical sites you may want to visit are the Old Jail Museum which is a hidden

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treat. Located across from the fire station, the old Jailhouse staff will take you on a free personal tour of the first and second floors and allow you inside the jail cells. The walls have graffiti from former prisonsers. There is a gallows like the original that was in there on the second floor. Worth a visit and free! There is a driving tour with signs located around the town. The tour goes in a loop and you can enter at any point so you will not miss any of the historical focus points of the town. The tour is free and you can download an app from Itunes with narration. It is called TOUR GONZALES. There are many historical homes and buildings that have been beautifully maintained and will take you back in time. This year the JB Wells facility has added a convention expo center where approximately 60 booths will be located. These booths will include boutique style shopping and agriculture and equine products. There is something for everyone so don’t miss out. The expo center is air conditioned so it will be a popular hangout in between performances.


2019 TEXAS JR. HIGH SCHOOL FINALS RODEO MAY 25TH TO JUNE 1ST

SUNDAY, MAY 26TH 6pm - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service In the stands (right after meeting)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH 7:30AM to 8:30am - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast – In the stands

MONDAY, MAY 27TH 7:30AM to 8:30am - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast – In the stands

2:15pm Dodge ball Tournament. Region vs. Region by FCA Rodeo

TUESDAY, MAY 28TH 7:30AM to 8:30am - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast – In the stands

THURSDAY, MAY 30TH 7:30AM to 8:30am - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast – In the stands

FRIDAY, MAY 31ST 7:30AM to 8:30am - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast – In the stands

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2019 TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH STATE FINALS RODEO SCHEDULE OF EVENTS IN - EXPO 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM - Vendors Open at Expo - Gates will be open from 8am till 7 PM for 9:00 AM - NRA Light Rifle Contest in Memory trailer and horses. They will close of Mike & Carol Eubanks – City of - At 7 PM gates will be closed until Saturday Gonzales Firing Range morning at 7:00 AM 10:45 AM - Princess Contest Mandatory Roll Noon – 3:00pm - Princess Contestants arena Call - J.B. Wells Complex open for those contestants only 11:00 AM - Princess Contest Test - TBA 5:45 PM - Princess Contest Mandatory Roll Call 1:00 PM - ALL CONTESTANTS MUST BE – Johnny’s Cajun Cafe CHECKED IN 6:00-8:00 PM - Princess Informal “Get 1:30 PM - ROUGH STOCK EQUIPMENT Acquainted” Social for Contestants, CHECK – in the arena Parents, Judges and Committee ONLY 3:45 PM - Princess Contest Mandatory Roll Call - J.B. Wells Complex SATURDAY, MAY 25 4:00 PM - Regional State Qualifier Pictures – 7:00 AM - Contestants can start arriving 24 BEFORE meeting hour check in CONTESTANT’S MEETING – Arena – 8:00 AM - Roll Call Test-Princess Contest ALL CONTESTANTS MUST ATTEND. 1st Interview Contestants must be in dress code 9:00 AM - GG Steaks and Spirits Introduction of Sponsors, Rodeo Officials, 11:15 AM - Doors will open for Miss TJHRA and Rodeo Personnel 2019 Luncheon-Impromptu Speech and Crowning of 2019 Princess-Presentation modeling. FIESTA Buffet-Tickets of Bailee Ackerman Byler Spirit Award available 17.50 each for lunch and show. 6:00 PM - (Right after Meeting) - FCA Church 9:00 AM - 4:00PM - Light Rifle Contestants Service – Arena 6 p.m. Check in at Rodeo Office Lead by Rope Myers 3:45 PM - Princess Contest Mandatory Roll Call 7:00 PM - Parent/Member Ribbon Roping - J.B. Wells Complex - 2301 Co Rd. 197 Entries due in the office 830-672-6558. Contestants will bring 8:00 PM - 4th Annual 5K Glow Color Run – congeniality vote. Independence Park 4:00 PM - Horsemanship for Princess Contest 8:00 PM-12:00AM - Welcome To Gonzales will begin Dance - Main Arena Entrance –– 7:00 PM - Barrel and Pole Bending Jackpot – Sponsored by The City of Gonzales Indoor arena - $40 entry fee may enter all Barrel and Pole Bending Jackpot – Indoor you would like – stakes will be on arena - $40 entry fee may enter all you different pattern would like – stakes will be on different pattern SUNDAY, MAY 26 Jackpot at Outdoor Arena (All information HOOEY BACKPACKS/CAPS on all jackpots will be posted at jackpot AND KUBOTA TRACTORS SPONSORS arena for the entire week) Goat Tying, OF THE DAY Tie Down, Breakaway, and Team Roping 9:00 AM – 1:00PM - CONTESTANT CHECK Goat Roping Jackpots – behind arena

FRIDAY, MAY 24

MONDAY, MAY 27

BOOT BARN AND SONORA EQUINE INSURANCE SPONSORS OF THE DAY 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM - Chapel Worship Service and FREE Breakfast Sponsored by FCA Rodeo in the stands. 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM - Vendors Open at Expo 8:45 AM - Grand Entry – All Regions (be lined up at 8:30am) 9:00 AM - First Performance and Beginning of 1st Go Round 1ST round BB Monday AM 1:00 PM - Goat Roping Fast Time Competition 2:30 PM - Heel O Matic Jackpot EXPO 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions w/ Cinch All Star Team being introduced (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Second Performance of 1st Go Round 1st round SB Monday PM Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Goat Roping behind Arena - Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first $100 – tickets sold before race at the arena)

TUESDAY, MAY 28

CLASSIC & RATTLER ROPES, McCOY’S FARM AND RANCH AND PRIEFERT SPONSORS OF THE DAY 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM - Chapel Worship Service and FREE Breakfast Sponsored by FCA Rodeo in the stands. 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM - Vendors Open at Expo 8:45 AM - Grand Entry – All Regions (be lined up at 8:30am) - PRESENTATION OF 1ST ROUND BUCKLES TO BAREBACK AND SADDLE BRONC 9:00 AM - Third Performance of 1st Go Round 2nd round SB Tuesday AM 1:00 PM - Goat Roping Fast Time Competition


3:00 PM - TUG O’ WAR CONTEST in arena – Come support your Region Team – 1:00 – 3:00 PM - Q & A & Justin Maass – Calf Roping Seminar Clinic Main Arena – Brought to you by Racers Edge & Classic Equine 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Fourth Performance of 1st Go Round 2nd round BB Tuesday PM Vote for Student officer @ entrance of rodeo Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Goat Roping behind Arena - Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold before race at the arena)

Announce 2019-20 Student Officers 6:00 PM - Sixth Performance beginning of 2nd Go Round WhataRodeo Night Cont. Bulls 1st round Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Goat Roping behind Arena Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold before race at the arena)

THURSDAY, MAY 30

RESISTOL & HEEL O MATIC SPONSORS OF THE DAY – PINK DAY 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM - Chapel Worship Service and FREE Breakfast Sponsored by FCA Rodeo in the stands. 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM - Vendors Open at Expo WEDNESDAY, MAY 29 8:45 AM - Grand Entry – All Regions PURINA AND WHATABURGER (be lined up at 8:30am) SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM - Seventh Performance of 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM - Chapel Worship Service 2nd Go Round and FREE Breakfast Sponsored by End of 1st Round of Bulls FCA Rodeo in the stands. 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM- Vendors Open at Expo 1:30 PM - VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT – Come support your Region – 9:00 AM - Fifth Performance end of 1st Goat Roping Fast Time Competition Go Round 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions Beginning Bulls 1st round (please be lined up at 5:30pm) Vote for Student officer @ entrance of rodeo - PRESENTATION OF 1ST ROUND 1:00 PM - Goat Roping Fast Time Competition BUCKLES FOR BULL RIDING 1:00 PM - PARENT/MEMBER RIBBON 6:00 PM - Eighth Performance of 2nd ROPING (arena) Go Round Sponsored – JENNINGS PHOTOGRAPHY Beginning of 2nd round of Bull Riding & J&J RODEO Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena 2:15 PM - Dodgeball | Region vs. Region by – Goat Roping behind Arena FCA Rodeo Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 5:00 PM - First Go Awards & 2nd Round 100 – tickets sold before race at the arena) Bareback & Saddle Bronc in the Arena 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm)

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CH GRAPHICS AND TEXAS FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SPONSORS OF THE DAY 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM - Chapel Worship Service and FREE Breakfast Sponsored by FCA Rodeo in the stands. 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM - Vendors Open at Expo – Last Day 8:45 AM - Grand Entry – All Regions (be lined up at 8:30am) 9:00 AM - Ninth Performance of 2nd Go Round 1:00 PM - TJHRA Board of Directors Meeting – Elks Lodge 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Tenth Performance end of 2nd Go Round 9:00 PM-12:00AM - DJ – Sponsored by TJHRA One hour after perf - Second Go Awards in the arena Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena –Goat Roping behind Arena Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold before race at the arena)

SATURDAY, JUNE 1

HENSON MOTORS, BLOOMER TRAILERS SPONSORS OF THE DAY 10:00 AM - Short Go Awards 11:00 AM - Short Go Performance 4:00 PM - Champions Dinner – 2019 National Team @ Expo State Champion Awards Mandatory Meeting & Sign Up for Nationals PLEASE NOTE: Due to unseen conflicts, this schedule is subject to change. Please check the OFFICIAL DAILY SCHEDULE posted outside the rodeo office. It is the responsibility of each contestant to be in the arena and ready when their respective event is underway.

MR. TACO Mexican Restaurant & Cafe

Mon - Fri: 7am to 6pm Saturday: 7am to 1pm Sunday Closed

• Gun Shop

FRIDAY, MAY 31

• Hunting Supplies

Mon-Wed 5am-9pm • Thurs 5am-10pm Fri, Sat 5am-10pm • Sun 5am-9pm


IMPORTANT!!!! IMPORTANT!!!!

MUST READ (If you don’t read anything READ THE CHECK DEADLINE) TO ALL CONTESTANTS: If you are driving on Hwy 97 you will pass the main entrance to arena I want to welcome each and every one of you and congratulate you and come to a stop sign. Take a left onto Hwy 183 and go past the arena; on qualifying for the State Finals. I hope your week with us is fun and take a right; before the Guadalupe River and go underneath the bridge. memorable. Last year was great and we know this year will be another successful one to find our 2019 National Team! BLEACHERS: Each Region will have space in bleachers to decorate; but you canSTALLS AND HOOK UPS: not use electricity. Do not block the handicap seating areas. WE ARE All regions will be placed together depending upon numbers. If you GOING TO ASK THAT YOU REMOVE YOUR BLEACHER CHAIRS want to park next to someone in your region you must arrive together. NIGHTLY SO THE STANDS MAY BE CLEANED! Some of the areas have to be parked in the order they come in, this is why we CANNOT save spaces! If you are coming in and out you may WOOD SHAVINGS: run the generator during the day NO GENERATORS MAY BE RAN There will be wood shavings for sale on site for $10.00 per bag. If your OVERNIGHT! stalls are not on dirt the City will provide the first two bags in your stall. You should have already ordered your stalls. If you show up with extra You may bring your own shavings as well. horses there will be NO STALLS! All horses must be stalled overnight. NO EXCEPTONS! There is a full coin operated laundry mat on the grounds this year as You must have PRE ORDERED RV HOOK and STALLS!!! Do not well. They will be located at the check in the portable building. show up with extras there will not be room! The office will serve as the UPS/FedEX drop off. The physical address GOLF CARTS: is 2301 CR 197, Gonzales, TX 78629 We will have golf carts for rent this year. YOU MUST MAKE A RESERVATION so they will have you one! The City of Gonzales CONTESTANT/RIBBON ROPING: signed a contract making the golf cart company the exclusive transportaThese forms may be found on the TJHRA website www.tjhra.net on tion for the finals. No other golf cart, gator, mules, etc. may be brought the forms. onto the grounds. You must be 18 years of age to rent a cart and have a credit card. No drivers are allowed under the age of 16. If anyone under GRAND ENTRIES: the age of 16 is caught driving, you will be asked to leave the grounds We will have the same grand entry as last year, on the nights you ride, immediately and your back number will be pulled. IT MAY BE TOO please participate in the grand entry. You will ride in with your region, LATE – BUT CHECK WITH THE COMPANY – THEY HANDLE ALL stop in a horseshoe, tip your hat and ride out in an orderly fashion. RESERVATIONS! GOLF CART RESERVATIONS: (TIP – they do not bring extras) LIGHT RIFLE CONTEST: the shooting contest will be Sunday, May www.richmondequipment.com or call (281) 341-7755 26 at the City shooting range, we will have directions in the office. The draw will be posted as we get closer to the contest. We will post on the MOST IMPORTANT: www.tjhra.net website. We will have an entrance through the backside of the park grounds. This year you may come in on Friday, May 24, 2019 until 7:00pm at that CHECKLIST FOR STATE CONTESTANTS: time the gate will be locked and then the gates will re-open at 7:00 am REPORT CARD - this can be your last six weeks (5th six weeks beginning Saturday morning May 25, 2019 (they will remain open 24 report card), final report card or a letterhead letter from your school. DO hours after re-opening). NOT FORGET THIS! If you are driving south on Hwy 183 you will take a right; as soon as you pass the Guadalupe River. CURRENT COGGINS PAPERS - YOU MUST BRING A COPY OF If you are driving north on Hwy 183 you will be pass the arena and take COGGINS – THEY WILL BE TAKING THE COPY AT THE FRONT a right; before the Guadalupe River and go underneath the bridge. GATE, the only reason for health papers if you are crossing the state line.

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CALVES: Tie Down Ropers if you are entered in the event you may actually tie the calves down as they are tied to a post on Saturday morning, May 25, 2019 beginning at 8:00 am – they will be ran through that Remember the gates open Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 7 am and will be morning as well, by adults. open 24 hours. You may come in on Friday as long as you are there before 7:00 pm – if you can not be there by then wait until Saturday – the gates TEAM ROPING STEERS: will be ran through on Saturday morning, will be locked on Friday at 7:00 pm. May 25, 2019 (contestants may watch but NOT PARTICIPATE) DUE TO SOME ACTIVITY OF COGGINS – YOU WILL HAVE TO TURN IN A COPY OF YOUR COGGINS AT THE FRONT GATE!

SUNDAY – MAY 26, 2019 EVERYONE!!! MUST COME TO THE EXPO BETWEEN 9 AM AND 1 PM I cannot stress this enough!!!!!!!!!!!!! If you have car trouble or something of the sort you must call Anne Dollery at 979-412-2551 before 1pm. You will be asked to bring a copy of a receipt! DO NOT BE LATE!!! 1 PM SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2019 IS THE DEADLINE TO BE CHECKED INTO THE OFFICE (this does not mean the trailer and stall check in – must come in and receive your back number)

GOATS: will be tied on Saturday morning, May 25, 2019 contestants will not be allowed to tie the goats this year. We will have qualified people conditioning the goats and that will be the only ties on them before competition. Dogs are welcome at your trailers (leashed), but please do not bring to the arena! See you soon, if you need anything please call 979-412-2551 or email me at texasjuniorhighrodeo@gmail.com

CHUTE DOGGING STEERS: will be thrown Friday night, May 24, 2019 beginning at 8:00pm (contestants may watch but NOT PARTICIPATE) – Anne Dollery this is subject to change and we will post on facebook and email Texas State Secretary

MAKE A COPY OF YOUR COGGINS PAPERS AND BE READY TO TURN IN A COPY OF THEM AT THE FRONT GATE!

2019 TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION STATE FINALS RODEO ORDER OF EVENTS BAREBACK 1st Round Mon AM – 2nd Round Tue PM SADDLE BRONC 1st Round Mon PM – 2nd Round Tue AM BULL RIDING 1st Round Wed AM, Wed PM, Thurs AM – 2nd round Thurs PM, Fri AM, Fri PM POLE BENDING CHUTE DOGGING

TIEDOWN GIRL’S BREAKAWAY BOY’S BREAKAWAY GIRL’S GOAT TYING BOY’S GOAT TYING BARREL RACING TEAM ROPING RIBBON ROPING

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2019 TJHRA State Fi nals Grand Entry Region 6 will be in charge of the grand entry this year. We carry flags before each performance (morning and night). Each region will be assigned a day to be in charge of sending at least 10 members to carry flags. The student officers for 2018-19 will help carry flags Monday through Wednesday night, the new officers will begin carrying flags Thursday through Saturday. Morning Performances will begin at 9:00 am please be ready to run flags at 8:45 am. Evening Performances grand entries will begin at 5:45 please be ready to run flags at 5:30 pm. Short Go will begin at 11:00 am please be ready to run flags at 10:45 am.

REGION ASSIGNMENT – MORNING AND NIGHT PERFORMANCE: (please send 10 contestants per region) MONDAY – Region 1 & Region 10 TUESDAY – Region 6 & Region 7 WEDNESDAY – Region 4 & Region 8 THURSDAY – Region 2 & Region 9 FRIDAY – Region 3 & Region 5 SHORT GO – Please send at least 1 from each region.

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rodeo personnel: RODEO OFFICIALS EVENT STATE DIRECTORS Arena Director Barrel Racing Bobby Flores Region 10 Rodeo Secretaries Boy’s Breakaway Roping Susan Baldwin Region 5 Nena Boettcher Anne Dollery Boy’s Goat Tying Region 1 Announcer Chris Rankin Bull Riding Time Keepers Region 1 Richard Baldwin Jessica Thompson Chute Dogging Region 9 Judges Teddy Alleman Girl’s Breakaway Roping Ben Crabb Region 5 Gid Allen Girl’s Goat Tying Bullfighters Region 8 Cagney Anderson Daniel Dyson Pole Bending Skyler Harvey Region 3 Stock Contractor/Jackpots J& J Rodeo Co. – Cooper, TX Ribbon Roping Region 2 Photographer Jennings Photography Team Roping Region 4 Video Jennings Photography Tiedown Roping Region 7 Ground & Tractor Mike Berberich

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7TH Annual TJHRA Parent/Member Ribbon Roping Sponsored by Jennings Photography & JJ Rodeo Company

When: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 1:00pm (teams will pay entry fees at arena starting at 12:45 – announcer stand) Where: Rodeo Arena Who: State Qualifiers and a parent or guardian. Entries should be turned in to the Rodeo Office (in Gonzales) and 50 teams will be randomly drawn to compete How: A qualified state finals contestant and a parent or guardian can enter the parent/member ribbon roping. The team must be a coed team with the contestant roping and parent/guardian running. Entries will be taken in the Rodeo Office until 7:00 pm Sunday night (May 19th). 50 random teams will be drawn and posted in the rodeo office at 9am Monday morning (May 20th). The 50 teams who have been drawn will pay their entry fees at the arena starting at 12:45pm on Wednesday, May 29th. Fees must be paid to compete. Cost per team is $30.00. Entry fees will be paid at the jackpot arena. Jackpot will be donated to the scholarship fund for the Junior High. Ropers will receive custom headstalls for Grand and Reserve Champion ropers. Runners will receive custom belt buckles for Grand and Reserve Champion runners. Dress Code will not be in effect!

2019 PARENT/MEMBER RIBBON ROPING OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM If you want to enter this event – NOTICE!!!! PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!!! This form must be filled out and turned int the Rodeo Office on grounds in Gonzales, Texas BEFORE 7pm on Sunday, May 20!!! NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED! DO NOT MAIL THIS FORM IN TO THE STATE OFFICE – IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED THERE!!!! Roper must be a State Finals Qualifier. Runner must be a parent (or guardian). Random draw will be done in the Rodeo Office after the entry deadline has passed (7pm Sunday, May 20). Event is limited to 50 teams. The 50 teams that have been drawn will be posted in the Rodeo Office by 9am on Monday, May 21st. Teams that have been drawn will check in at the Jackpot Arena and pay their entry fees at 12:45pm on Wednesday, May 29th. The roping will start at 1:00pm in the Rodeo Arena. Roper:_____________________________________________ Runner:____________________________________________ If you do not check in and pay your entry fees you won’t rope! We will not attempt to contact you so PLEASE BE ON TIME SO WE DON’T HAVE TO LEAVE YOU OUT OF THE FUN! Dress Code will not be in effect.

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JUNIOR HIGH STATE FINALS WILL BE LIVE ON OUR OWN WEBSITE

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You will be able to watch the TJHRA state finals on our website live....we will have many ways to advertise during those rodeo performances. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHOWCASE YOUR CONTESTANT?

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J & J Rodeo Company’s Jackpot & Practice Arena Texas Jr. High Finals Gonzales, TX NIGHTLY JACKPOTS Sunday, May 26th –Thursday, May 30TH , 2019

TJHRA STATE FINALS NIGHTLY GOAT ROPING JACKPOTS

Goat Tying Break-Away Roping Tie-Down Roping Team Roping

Entry Fees - $40.00 / 1 head (may only enter once) Team Roping - $50.00/team (unlimited entries) 60% PAYBACK **Sunday night books open at 6:00 pm and jackpot will start at 7:00** Books open at 9:00 pm Monday-Thursday night (1st to enter last to rope) Books close at the start of each event Jackpots will start promptly 30 minutes after last run of the Jr. High Final’s performance. Jackpots will be in the outdoor arena, IF it is raining they will be moved to the indoor pen.

MORNING PRACTICES 7:00-8:30 MONDAY-FRIDAY 7:00 Break-Away Roping (must have a breakaway honda) 7:30 Tie-Down Roping 8:00-8:30 Team Roping $10.00 per run For more information contact Heather Murray 903-461-4335

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tuesday, may 28th 3:00 in the main arena REGION TEAMS OF 5 BOYS AND 5 GIRLS WILL “TUG” THEIR WAY TO VICTORY.

Sell 3 Bloomer Tickets and Get One Free That's right, if you sell 3 Bloomer Tickets, your family will get to enter one time for free! Claim this offer when your turn in your Bloomer tickets to your Region Secretary and she will give you a free ticket to put your families name on!

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FCA Rodeo

Dodgeball Wednesday - May 29 at 2:15PM In the Arena REGION vs. REGION Classic Equine Gift Certificates Presented to Winners

2019 TJHRA All Around & Rookies REG ALL AROUND BOY ALL AROUND GIRL

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KEVIN HUDDLESTON PO Box 750 • Memphis, Texas 79245 806.259.3139 • huddcottonkevin@gmail.com

STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - KARLIE HARTER VICE PRESIDENT- CARSEN NORRIS SECRETARY/HISTORIAN - HADLEY ALBRACHT STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

ROB WELLS 521 Willow Lane • Hereford, Texas 79045 806.346.5109 • robb_wells45@yahoo.com SECRETARY - BRANDY WRIGHT 11555 US HWY 83 • Canadian, Texas 79014 806.255.0034 • tristaterodeo@yahoo.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

SAFE TRAVELS By Jadyn Duggan

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– Performance Reporter

s we mark off the days till summer, we also mark down rodeo after rodeo. Most of us will kick our summer off with the Texas High School Rodeo Finals, the best of the best will follow it up with the National High School Rodeo Finals and then we all will spend the rest of the summer traveling from jackpot to jackpot or clinic to clinic. As we gear our horses up for these events we also need to make sure we are preparing our trailers properly for safe travels. Trailer safety has always been a

major factor when traveling to rodeos, but it also one that we seem to overlook quite a bit. When we think of trailer safety we mainly just think about weather or not our lights work, if all the doors and latches are locked and shut and if the tires are in good condition. However, trailer safety is much more than that. Cell phones play a major part in our travels. We always hear “Don’t text and drive” and while we may not be on our phones behind the wheel, there are hundreds of other people going down the same road as us that could be on their phones. Being aware of others on the road and staying off our phones is one of many steps in having safe travels this summer. Another step is making sure all windows, doors and gates are shut. Before traveling we usually shut the doors inside the living quarters, and we usually always shut the extra dividers in the back of the trailer. However, a lot of people will leave their windows open to allow more air flow to the horses. Leaving these windows open can actually cause more harm than good. Most horses will stick their heads out of the windows leaving them open to get hit by flying debris or another vehicle driving to close. Another, more scarier problem that could occur is a wreck. We have all seen pictures from wrecks where the truck and trailer have rolled or been flipped and the horse is hanging outside the window. As awful as it sounds, it could happen to anyone. That is why it is extremely important to leave all windows shut when traveling down the road. While there are many things to take into consideration when it comes to trailer safety these are two of the most important ones to remember as we begin to travel this summer. Staying alert of others on the road, off our phones and keeping all doors, gates and windows shut along with the many other, more common safety rules will ensure we all have safe travels these busy months to come.


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PO Box 62862 • San Angelo, Texas 76904 512.618.9233 • csbaize@yahoo.com

STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - SAYER SENTER VICE PRESIDENT - ALLISON BAIZE SECRETARY - MADALYN RICHARDS

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STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS CASEY BAIZE

PO Box 7238 • Midland, Texas 79708 432.296.2205 • mattandkayladickey@yahoo.com

MATT DICKEY

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Junior High Spotlight

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By MADALYN RICHARDS – Performance Reporter

egion 2 Junior High wrapped up their 2019 rodeo season in Sweetwater, TX on April 5th and 6th. Region 2 had a great year and all of the contestants are looking forward to state. THE REGION 2 YEAR-END EVENT WINNERS INCLUDE: Cayden Mcfadden- Tiedown Dax Reed & Brogan Rankin- Team Roping Ryder Gass- Saddle Bronc Kelby Frizzel & Emilee Charlesworth- Ribbon Roping Emilee Charlesworth- Pole Bending Jessi Everett- Girls Goat Tying Lucy Richards- Girls Breakaway Cade Wallis- Chute Dogging Hagen Braswell- Bull Riding Brogan Rankin- Boys Goat Tying Kelby Frizzel- Boys Breakaway Macye Maben- Barrel Racing Dax Reed- Boys All-Around Macye Maben- Girls All-Around I had the chance to talk to Macye Maben, the 2019 Region 2 All-Around Cowgirl, about her recent wins and what it took to achieve them. As a 7th grader, Macye competes in barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, break-

away roping, ribbon roping, and team roping. She qualified for the state finals in all 6 events. Her favorite event is breakaway roping where she competes on her horse, “PJ”. Macye not only competes in rodeo, but she also plays basketball and runs cross country and track. When I asked Macye what sport she enjoyed the most, her answer was, “Basketball! This fall I even chose to miss a few breakaway ropings in order to avoid missing my basketball games. I am very fortunate to have five amazing horses that do not require a lot of training. They allow me to spend plenty of time in the gym or on the track.” To add to this, Macye’s mom, Kelly, said, “Macye wants to do it all, and not only does she want to do it all, but she wants to win it all. This means that there are a lot of late night practice sessions either in the gym, track, or arena.” Macye loves spending time with her horses and friends, so she can’t wait for the TJHRA State Finals. The 2019 Region 2 All-Around cowboy, Dax Reed, also visited with me. He is a 7th grader from Clint, TX and competes in Bull Riding, Team Roping, Breakaway, Ribbon Roping, and Goat Tying. He qualified for state in all of his events. Dax’s favorite events are calf roping and bull riding. He plays basketball for Jesus Chapel School, loves to hunt and fish, and is on the A honor roll. When I asked Dax to tell me an interesting fact about himself, he said, DAX REED “I wear my great grandmother’s hat. My grandma found the hat, brand new and unshaped, in my great grandmother’s house. My Grandma brought the hat home to me, knowing that I would like it.” His great grandmother is 97 years old and still comes to the practice pen to watch Dax and his brother, Lane, rope everyday. The hat was given to Dax’s great grandmother as a MAYCE MABEN Christmas present by his great grandfather about 35 years ago. Dax was a 2018 national qualifier in the bull riding and he is hoping for another national qualification this year.


Farm & Ranch Family The folks at McCoy’s Building Supply understand that it takes a lot of hard work and the whole family pitching in to get things done on a farm or ranch. That’s why we’d like to take some time out to salute Texas High School Rodeo Association families who are farmers and ranchers. In our monthly Farm & Ranch Family Spotlight, we’ll feature one family, sharing their story of how they work together as a family to make their farm or ranch successful.The spotlight will run for 10 months; each month will feature a different Region. Each Regional McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family will receive a $100 McCoy’s Gift Card. The McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Year will receive a $500 McCoy’s Gift Card and will be announced at the 2019 THSRA State Finals.

The Ohrt Family of Region VI

for Citizens Medical Center Hospital in Victoria, both Clint and Amy are vital to the ranch operation. Clint and Amy both attend school and still help their dad out on the daily. “We kind of do everything, Clint, Amy and I,” Tommy said. “We all work together. If we are going to work cows, we all mount up to go pen the cows.” In addition to the cattle, “we raise our own horses and I train them all,” Tommy said. “I have been teaching Clint how to train them to be cow horses or roping horses, whatever we by Jacqueline Knox need on the ranch.” They also run a lot of cow dogs, which the kids love to train. ongratulations to this month’s Farm and Ranch Tommy used to have an eight to five job but he felt as if the ranching life suited him better. Family, the Ohrts! Tommy and Sheila have “Ranching is nice because you do something different everyday, sometimes something differtwo kids, Clint (17) and Amy ent three or four times a day but it is never the same (13), who work alongside Tommy to old thing everyday,” Tommy said. He also enjoys it help make the ranch they live on such for his whole family, especially the kids. “It keeps a success. Tommy works as the ranch them busy and out of trouble while teaching them foreman for the Ruschhaupt and Son how to work hard,” Tommy said. Ranch and strongly relies on Clint and Both Tommy and Sheila believe that the ranching Amy to help out. lifestyle has taught their kids the power of honesty, The Ruschhaupt and Son Ranch has as well as what it means to work together. “It doesn’t been passed down from generation to take just one of us to be successful, it takes all of us,” generation and been in operation for Sheila said. They also hope that they have taught around 100 years. Tommy has worked their kids to let God be their number one. for the current owner for about 16 When they aren’t working on the ranch, the famyears now. ily enjoys going to church together on Sundays and The 20,000-acre ranch is located going to rodeos. Clint is a member of THSRA and in Victoria, TX (Region 6). The ranch he competes in tie down and team roping. Amy, a is mainly a cow calf operation. They member of TJHRA, does pretty much everything run commercial cattle and keep all the you can think of it when it comes to rodeo. She comyearlings, getting them ready to go to petes in breakaway, goat tying, team roping, barrels, the feedlots. Tommy shared that they poles and ribbon running. Sheila loves that rodeo have around 1700 momma cows and has taught Clint and Amy that “working hard doesn’t add about 1100 yearlings come fall. only pay off in daily life but also in the practice pen They also farm both oats and coastal and arena.” The family really enjoys the friends they hay, which are mainly used to help have gained through their rodeo opportunities. keep the livestock fed. Luckily, the Ohrt’s have a McCoys in Victoria Everyday, the livestock has to be and they often shop there. “We get all our fencing fed and checked. Additionally, there supplies and lumber for the cattle pens, as well as are usually fences to build and other daily tasks that material to repair the floor in cattle trailers there,” Tommy said. The family is honored to be have to be completed. named this month’s McCoys farm and ranch family! Since Sheila works an eight to five job as a coder

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STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - LARAMIE DEARING VICE PRESIDENT - KYLEE COOK SECRETARY - SYDNEY MUNSTER

Region III

817.706.8236• kelley.williams@thsra3.com STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

JOE TOMEU 360 CR 2788 • Sunset, Texas 76270 941.809.7333 • joe@tomeu.com PO Box 122448 • Fort Worth, Texas 76121

SECRETARY - KELLEY WILLIAMS

KEVIN STEWART PO Box 1308 • Glen Rose, Texas 76043 817.307.7300 • thekevinstewart@live.com PRESIDENT - KEN BRAY PO Box 1634 • Granbury, Texas 76048 817.219.0436 • kbray@equibrand.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT Making The Trip to

Abilene, Texas

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By KYLEE SCRIBNER

– Performance Reporter

t is becoming that time of year again. The time where the summer rodeo runs begin, the flood of high school rodeo athletes overtake Abilene, Texas, and the memories that last a lifetime will be forever branded on our hearts. It is that time of year where everyone pushes a little harder, and the weather seems to be a little hotter. It is that time of year again that the state finalist head to Abilene in efforts to make it into the top four to compete at nationals. Every region in Texas is bringing the top ten competitors in each event to compete in the rigorous state finals. These competitors have fought all year long to place their names on this very draw sheet, and you can expect nothing but their very best performance at the finals. With ten various regions competing at the Texas High School State Rodeo Finals, Region III is going in with a plan to execute. Region III’s competition this season was a phenom of talent. This region had more contestants than ever before, and is sending more individuals to state than any year previous. With the competition as strong as it was in Region III alone, it is safe to say that the other regions will

also be ready to compete. Each competitor has worked their way into this position, and it is evident that they will not go down without a fight. Region III just wanted to take the time to say a quick congratulations and good luck to each and every competitor in the region circuit. We are ecstatic and can not wait to see our members compete at the state finals! We firmly believe that our region will take over the leader boards this year, and we want you all to know that whether you made state or not that we are proud of each and everyone of you for your hard work, dedication, and your faith in God. "Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character." - T Alan Armstrong- We know that each of you are prepared for the competition that Abilene will throw at you, and we want you to know that no matter the outcome Red Hot Region III will always be here to support you!

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(ROUND BUILDING) 12:00 NOON – PARENT / CONTESTANT ORIENTATION (PARENTS & CONTESTANTS ONLY) 1:00 PM – WRITTEN TEST – CONTESTANTS ONLY 5:45 PM – DOORS OPEN FOR DINNER/ SPEECH & MODELING COMPETITION 6:00 PM – DINNER / SPEECH & MODELING COMPETITION - $20 TICKET **TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED BY MAY 20TH AND PICKED UP AT THE DOOR**

SATURDAY, JUNE 8: 8:30 AM – HORSEMANSHIP – COLISEUM - OPEN TO PUBLIC HORSEMANSHIP QUESTIONS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING 1:00 PM - CONTESTANT PERSONAL INTERVIEWS ( CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC) 6:00 PM – CONTESTANT BASKET AUCTION AT SPONSOR/DIRECTOR DINNER (INVITATION ONLY)

SUNDAY, JUNE 9: COLISEUM

2:30 PM – CORONATION DURING MANDATORY STUDENT MEETING AWARDS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING IN ROUND BUILDING

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MADISON OUTHIER OF REGION VII by Catelyn Felts

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The Whataburger Whatakid is selected due to their ability to excel both in and out of the rodeo arena. Whataburger is proud to recognize a THSRA member from each of the ten Regions who truly upholds the title “Whatakid!” One of the nominees will be chosen at the State Final Rodeo in June as the Whatakid of the Year. In recognition of this accomplishment they will receive free Whataburgers for an entire year!

mbitious, humble, entrepreneurial, athletic, driven; these are only a handful of words that could be used to describe this month’s Whatakid, Madison Outhier. The Utopia, Texas native, and Fulshear High School sophomore currently competes in THSRA Region 7. She is an all-around contestant, competing in the barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, cutting and breakaway roping. She never mentioned having a favorite event, but it would be easy to assume breakaway roping takes the top spot given her successes this past year. Madison said “2017 was my best roping year,” and she hasn’t taken her foot off the gas since. She has won Cody Ohl’s 15 & under and 19 & under Breakaway ropings, Joe Beaver’s 15 & under Breakaway Roping, Roy Cooper’s Junior NFR 15 & under Breakaway Roping and she kicked off 2019 by claiming the first ever RFDTVs American Breakaway Roping championship title, along with RFDTV’s Junior American Breakaway championship. THSRA is chock full of students who are constantly working toward and achieving goals, and Madison is a prime example. “I am always working toward something and trying to accomplish goals,” Madison said. “I have a deeper appreciation for things. When I work so hard for something, my achievements are so much sweeter. I think that’s what sets us apart. We work so hard for what we do.” Madison had set her sights on the American ever since the news came out about the inclusion of breakaway roping. “I was so excited; I was over the moon,” Madison said. “My first goal was to qualify.” By the time the semifinals rolled around in Fort Worth, Madison had earned

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two chances to make her way into AT&T Stadium. “We knew going into that week, if I was doing good it was going to be long; it was definitely not a sprint that week, it was a marathon.” Each run held quite a bit of weight, and Madison said she continuously had to point her focus toward the run she had at hand. “My dad really preached to me that week about staying focused and not worrying about anything but the run I had to make in that moment,” she said. As she was experiencing the pressures of the week and the competition, she explained how THSRA played a large role in preparing her for the big stage at AT&T stadium. “My favorite part about THSRA are the 10 regions coming together at state,” Madison said. “Honestly I think that’s one of the major things that prepared me for the American and handling the pressure. Every year I have gone

to state I have grown and have been able to handle pressure better each year.” As she continued to focus on each run as they came, and finally completed the final round in AT&T stadium, she said she was just happy she did her job. “Just being able to rope with my idols Jackie Crawford, and Lari Dee Guy, and Kelcie Chace and making it to AT&T Stadium is mind-blowing, much less winning the American! It’s absolutely mind-blowing.” Rodeo can easily be described as a passion for Madison; however, she has a number of other interests and talents, and the dedication she has seems to push her to success in each. Not only does Madison rodeo, she helps train horses at her family ranch, she is an avid basketball player, Polo team member, jewelry maker and honor roll student. She is currently in the top 4% of her class at Fulshear ISD, and she was 2nd team AllDistrict in basketball along with Academic


All-District. An average day in the life for Madison consists of basketball practice until six, coming home to rope and ride her speed event horses and work on homework. When it’s not basketball season, she practices rodeo and polo, does her homework for the night, and then fills any jewelry orders she might have. Describing Madison’s life as busy almost sounds like an understatement, but “I don’t know what I would do with myself if I wasn’t busy,” she said. “THSRA has taught me a lot about time management.” Madison is from a horse family through and through as both sides of her family own and train horses. Her mom’s side of the family own and operate LA Waters Quarter Horses which includes a breeding and training program, and her dad’s side of the family hosts a long line of rodeo champions and trainers. Her dad is a 4-time NFR Bronc Riding qualifier, while her mom is a retired professional polo player. “Everybody in my family plays such a large role in my success,” Madison said. “I know a lot of people don’t always have that family support, so I am just really grateful to have all of those people in my life supporting me.” Her family also happens to be the people she looks up to the most. Madison said her parents have instilled in her the importance of winning with humility. “I strive to be humble with my wins and not take anything for granted and just keep working hard. I just try to live by that,” she said. In the future, Madison said she wants to rodeo at a good college with a good business school. She has a pretty good track record of achieving the goals she sets her sights on and isn’t afraid of the work that comes with the dreams.

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A BIG BLOOMER ANNOUNCEMENT

The Bloomer Trailer Giveaway Just Got Even Sweeter

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STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - RAINEY JOHNSON VICE PRESIDENT -KAITLYN BURKHAM SECRETARY - JESSEE YOUNG STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS THOMAS BROCKWAY 8016 CR 2419 • Royse City, 75189 thomas.brockway@woodpartners.com 214.770.5302

DR. TANDY FREEMAN

MARK KELLEY 155 Pole Bridge Road • Combine, Texas 75159 214.316.6770 • kkcarroll1218@gmail.com SECRETARY - TINA BRADEN PO Box 549 • Horatio, AR 71842 870.832.3149 • tbbraden@earthlink.net

Region IV

BRENT CHADWICK 2915 N US HWY 69 • Mineola, TX 75773 903.569.1569 • brentchadwick87@gmail.com PRESIDENT- BRENT CHADWICK 2915 N US 69 • Mineola, Texas 75773 903.569.1569 • chadbr2@aol.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

REGION IV JUNIOR HIGH STARS

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nd just like that ........ This season of Jr. High Rodeo for Region 4 wrapped up March 22nd and 23rd, 2019. It was an exciting and thrilling finals! For some it will be the last time to step foot in the arena at a Jr. High event and for some it will be the start of a magical ride. I would like to highlight a couple of Region 4 Jr high stars that now claim the title of All Around Cowboy and Cowgirl. Brayden Morris a 7th grader from Terrell, Texas and Mary Beth Beam an 8th grader from Terrell, Texas. Brayden competed in Breakaway Roping, Goat Tying, Team Roping, Jr Chute Dogging, Jr Bull Riding, Jr. Steer Bareback. Brayden said "Being Jr High All Around

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Cowboy is an honor and I am thankful that God has given me the ability to be able to compete on both ends of the arena". Brayden is looking forward to going to state competition in Gonzales making new memories and hopefully the many hours spent in the practice pen will pay off. He added that after last year's finals he was one position out of qualifying for Nationals and the stated that one was one hard pill to swallow. This year Brayden has a MARY BETH BEAM new outlook, he is positive and full of determination. He will be competing at state in Team Roping, Breakaway Roping and Jr Bulls. Good Job Brayden! Best Wishes at State. Mary Beth qualified in all 6 of her events to advance on to the State competition. She will compete in Team Roping (Heeling), Breakaway Roping, Barrels, Goat tying, and Ribbon Roping as the Runner, Pole Bending and Light Rifle Shooting. Mary Beth stated that she is "thankful for the opportunity God has given her to compete with amazing rodeo athletes who are also wonderful friends. One of her favorite quotes is, "Practice until your idols become your rivals." Every day she seizes the opportunity to be better than the day before. She is especially thankful for the support team behind her, the hours they spend in the practice pen, behind the video cameras recording her, the prayers they pray for her, and the wisdom they share with her. Congratulations Mary Beth job, well done hard work definitely has paid off. The Jr. High State Competition will be held in Gonzales, Texas May 26th through June 1st, 2019. Jr. High National Competition will be held in Huron, South Dakota June 23rd through June 29th, 2019. Good Luck and prayers of safe travel to all the State qualifiers.

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MAYCE MAREK OF REGION VI by Catelyn Felts

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The Whataburger Whatakid is selected due to their ability to excel both in and out of the rodeo arena. Whataburger is proud to recognize a THSRA member from each of the ten Regions who truly upholds the title “Whatakid!” One of the nominees will be chosen at the State Final Rodeo in June as the Whatakid of the Year. In recognition of this accomplishment they will receive free Whataburgers for an entire year!

ongratulations to the Whatakid of the month, Mayce Marek! This eighteen-year-old senior is a superstar in the arena. She previously competed in speed events but after losing a barrel horse to colic, she began working on roping and goat tying. It was a struggle at first but Mayce loved horses and rodeo so she wasn’t going to give up. She started to work at it and eventually fell in love with roping and goat tying, which is what she currently competes in. “Even though I couldn’t run barrels at the level I wanted to any more, I didn’t want to give up rodeo, so I found other events to get good at. It was a blessing in disguise because it opened many doors and I discovered something new that I fell in love with,” Mayce said. “I’m a firm believer that sometimes God says no to majority of your plans because His are far greater.” She has multiple different horses but there is one that really stands out to her. His name is Lucky and lucky he sure is. They bought him when Mayce was 11 so the pair has grown up together. “He’s what I started out tying goats on and is still my A-team today,” Mayce said. She also ropes breakaway on him. Not only has Lucky carried Mayce to multiple titles, he has also carried a few of her friends as well. “In the rodeo world, the family and friends you develop are as true as they come, and borrowing a horse is common due to all the unexpected circumstances we face daily,” Mayce said. “I was thrilled to help make my friends goals possible through a horse I had trained. That was a proud moment for me.” Mayce explained that she wouldn’t be the competitor she is today without Lucky and his faithfulness. Mayce has been around horses since she was born and has

been competing in rodeo since age five. Her list of awards is extensive but even though she has won multiple buckles and saddles, “the memories of each rodeo that are behind each of them are what means the most to me,” Mayce said. Her most recent accomplishment was winning the girls AllAround at the San Antonio Youth Rodeo. For Mayce, rodeo isn’t just a sport or a hobby; it is a completely different way of life. The friends that she has me along the way are unbeatable. “Something that you don’t find anywhere else is this: we are all competing but it’s an awesome feeling when my competition is standing beside me in the box, pushing my calf, holding a video camera or contributing in some form or fashion to my run,” Mayce said. “Rodeo is what I absolutely love to do and the unconditional love and support that I receive from my friends that are also my competition makes it that much better.” Not only does Mayce rodeo, she also played volleyball, basketball and ran track at Jourdanton High School. Although all these activities got crazy some days, she believes that the athletic ability she developed though sports has made her into the goat tier she is today. Mayce also takes her academics very seriously. While she is currently finishing high school online, she was an honor roll student, as well as a member of student council, all through junior high and high school. She also served as a class representative her freshman and sophomore year. When she has some free time, Mayce enjoys helping out other girls with their goat tying. “This sport has carried me so far and I love being able to share my knowledge with others who love it as much as I do and share the same goals,” Mayce said. Now if she isn’t in the arena, which is very slim, Mayce enjoys going to the lake with her friends and family. Her and her cousins love to waterski, wakeboard, and wake surf, as well as are always up for a reckless tube ride. She also enjoys snowboarding, snow skiing, hunting and fishing. A verse that has really helped and guided Mayce throughout her life is Proverbs 3:5-6, “With all your heart you must trust in the Lord and not your own judgment. Always let him lead you, and he will clear the road for you to follow.” When expectation got the best of her freshman year and Mayce found herself in a slump, referring back to this verse brought her hunger for rodeo back and pulled her through her slump. “This verse always came to mind and guided me,” Mayce said. “It kept me straight and helped me remember why I do what I do.” Jackie Crawford is someone Mayce really looks up to. “She is the definition of hard work, determination and woman power. She displays everything that I desire to be one day in and out of the arena,” Mayce said. In the future, Mayce plans to attend Wharton Junior College on a full ride rodeo scholarship where she will major in business and minor in physical therapy. After college, she would one day like to run a facility that provides equine therapy for children with disabilities. “I am very honored to be chosen. It is awesome to see how rewarding things are even when you think no one is paying attention,” Mayce said. She is proud to be this month’s Whatakid!

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PRESIDENT - REAGAN DAVIS VICE PRESIDENT - LYNDIE DUNN SECRETARY - KAITLYN WOODMAN

STUDENT OFFICERS

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Region V

SECRETARY - SUSAN BALDWIN 704 1/2 Southview Circle • Center, Texas 75935 936.590.4330 • regionvsecretary@gmail.com

JOE GLENN KAHLA 612 FM 1747 • Jasper, Texas 75951 409.384.0921 • jgk@mklawyers.com JEFF LUMMUS PO Box 646 • Orangefield, Texas 77639 409.313.7765 • jeff.t.lummus-1@dupont.com

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By HARLEY JO PERKINS – Performance Reporter

he weekend of April 6th & 7th was the Region V Finals rodeo and it brought many emotions for our grand total of 44 Seniors. Those Seniors were such a huge part of our region and we are greatly going to miss their presence as well as their families. I want to say a special thank you to all the Senior’s parents who have helped Region V continue to grow and run smoothly every weekend. Thank you for your dedication to this region and for always helping out in any way possible. Your kindness and hard work have not gone unnoticed. As for the Seniors, your perseverance and growth throughout all these years in Region V should be something you should always hold onto. During this rodeo season, you have been looked upon by the younger rodeo athletes and inspired them to grow and learn as much as you have. Your hard work and commitment in the practice pen as well as dedication to your academic studies has earned many of you scholarships and a chance at furthering your education. There’s no doubt that you are ready to take on new adventures and see

what you can accomplish on your own. Doing things on your own will be great, but don’t forget to be thankful for your parents and anyone else who has helped you become the student and rodeo athlete you are today. Keep in mind all the time your parents spent staying up late in the arena setting up poles and opening the chute. All the rodeos where your mom never failed to put your rubber bands on and smile at you telling you, “You got this.” The times where your brother or sister videoed your run and couldn’t wait to give you a high five afterwards. The time your grandparents watched you tie your fastest tiedown run or score the highest on your bull ride and gave you a hug with tears in their eyes saying, “I am so proud of you!”. Those times, my friends, are the memories that region V has given us that we should all hold close to our hearts and remember that those times are the most important of all. Colossians 3:17 says, “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” This verse is not just for the Seniors, but for all high school rodeo contestants. Be encouraged to do things for the Lord and have a thankful attitude towards what He has given you. Keep working hard at your event as well as your character so that you may shine a light for Jesus. Seniors, be diligent in your walk with the Lord and always remember what is most important. Thank you again to all the Senior’s parents who have worked so hard in Region V, we will miss you dearly.


Farm & Ranch Family The folks at McCoy’s Building Supply understand that it takes a lot of hard work and the whole family pitching in to get things done on a farm or ranch. That’s why we’d like to take some time out to salute Texas High School Rodeo Association families who are farmers and ranchers. In our monthly Farm & Ranch Family Spotlight, we’ll feature one family, sharing their story of how they work together as a family to make their farm or ranch successful.The spotlight will run for 10 months; each month will feature a different Region. Each Regional McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family will receive a $100 McCoy’s Gift Card. The McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Year will receive a $500 McCoy’s Gift Card and will be announced at the 2019 THSRA State Finals.

The Koehn Family of Region VII

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by Jacqueline Knox

ongratulations to the McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Month, the Koehn’s! Rory and his two kids, Garrison and Kennedy own and operate Koehn Cattle Company located in Weimar, Texas. While the ranch has been operating since the 1920s, Rory and his family have been running it full time for about 32 years. “We do a little bit of everything,” Rory said. “Our operation is not centered on one item.” The family’s operations consist of crossbred cattle, stocker cattle, raising bulls and replacement heifers, and buying and selling roping calves. The family also make their own hay and sell some as well. As one can imagine, ranch work is dependent on the season, what type of herds you might be ranching and a number of other variables. While the hours might vary from day-to-day, one thing is for certain: the day doesn’t finish until everything on the ranch has been tended to. “There are no set hours on the ranch,” Rory said. “I have lights in my working pens for a reason.” The family has one full-time ranch hand who tackles anything that comes his way. His job is dependent on the tasks that need to be done a daily basis, and “he goes where he is sent to work,” Rory said. When the time comes for serious cow-working, Rory said he brings in some great hired help to team up and make the cattle working process go smoothly, but when it’s not serious cattle work, Rory, Garrison, Kennedy, and their ranch worker are the ones who keep the

operation going. Garrison is currently rodeoing on the collegiate level, but before that, he was a member of THSRA all four years of high school competing in the calf roping and team roping, while Kennedy is a sophomore THSRA member competing in the pole bending and breakaway roping. There are countless responsibilities that come with running a ranch spanning further than buying cattle and operating expenses. From fertilizer, to medicine, equipment costs, and feed the list can go on. “Every day I start with making a list, and everyone has to step up and do their job,” Rory said. Even though Garrison is at college, he comes home on the weekends he isn’t rodeoing to help out where he can, and Kennedy helps every day where she’s needed once she gets home from school. As time goes by, Rory said the Koehn kids continuously get more involved in the ranching business. Both Kennedy and Garrison own cattle and interest in yearlings. “It gives the kids a sense of accomplishment, and it encourages growth,” he said. When the family is not ranching, Rory said they enjoy rodeoing together, going to church and visiting with rodeo friends. “I was involved in rodeo in my younger years, and my kids have stepped up to keep that tradition alive,” Rory said. In addition to tradition, rodeo has a way of bringing people together. “Rodeo brings families closer and creates a strong bond,” he said. In September of 2018, the Koehn’s tragically lost a big part of their family, Patricia Koehn. She was a mother and a wife, and “was just a major part of our rodeo life,” Rory said. “She loved being there to work and have fun with our rodeo family.” In the midst of hardships, Rory said Region 7 has been a true blessing to each of the Koehn clan. The Koehn’s said they are honored to be chosen as the McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Month and they are thankful for the partnership and support they provide to the THSRA.

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STUDENT OFFICERS

SECRETARY - NENA BOETTCHER PO Box 833 • East Bernard, Texas 77435 281.468.8973 • Region6thsra@gmail.com

Region VI

STATE DIRECTORS SHANNA NETTLE LOGAN PO Box 1882 • Brenham, TX 77834 979.421.2912 • samlogan89@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT - BRINLEE FREEMAN VICE PRESIDENT - SAGE SPIVEY SECRETARY - MARY MCLINEY

MISTY SMITH 1701 FM 99 • Whitsett, Texas 78075 512.848.6343 • rdmssmith@yahoo.com PRESIDENT - DAVID FREEMAN 1039 Mockingbird Lane • Eagle Lake, TX 77434 832.221.1253 • chlfreeman@yahoo.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Rodeo Family

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By SAGE SPIVEY

– Performance Reporter

he Ohrt family is no stranger to the rodeo community. Region VI’s very own come out on top in THSRA and TJHRA for the year end. From Victoria, Texas, Amy Ohrt (TJHRA), Clint Ohrt (THSRA) and Kyler Ohrt (TJHRA) each qualified for state in multiple events at the beginning of March. With each of them ending the year end on top in the all-around, they will be headed to state on May 26th – June 1st in Gonzales, TX (JH) and June 9th – 15th in Abilene, TX (HS). Clint Ohrt has competed in THSRA/ TJHRA for 4 years now. He ended out the year first in tie down and fifth in team roping putting him first in the allaround. Clint attended the Generation Next Calf Roping on March 30th – 31st in Brenham, TX. He ended up one out of making it to Vegas, but is happy with how he roped and is ready to try again in June. His advice to Amy and Kyler is to “try your hardest but most importantly, have fun”. Amy Ohrt has been preparing for state by riding her horses everyday and learning to calm her nerves. Her advice to everyone is to relax before you enter the arena. She too also competed in Brenham, along with Clint, qualifying

for Vegas in breakaway and goat tying. Goodluck to Amy and way to represent Region VI! Kyler Ohrt has one goal: to rope his calf. In the middle of his seventhgrade year, last year, Little Red, his calf horse, injured himself. Kyler faced the challenge of roping off a pony to now roping off of a PICTURED (LEFT TO RIGHT): CLINT OHRT WITH HIS TIE AT THE REGION VI AWARDS; horse. “It was very different DOWN CHAMPION BUCKLE KYLER OHRT trying to figure out his style.”, said Kyler, “you have to dip your rope more and it’s a long way down”. Even though he was faced with an obstacle, he over came it. This year, Kyler won the tie down and qualified for state finals. “I am very confident in the arena. After 5 years of roping, my nerves have gone away and I’ve learned to zone out all distractions.” Congratulations to not only Clint, Amy and Kyler but all the rest of the Region VI Junior High state qualifiers! Good luck at state and go represent our region with pride! You got this! REGION VI JUNIOR HIGH GROUP PICTURE BY TAMI K PHOTOGRAPHY


Live Like Will

PRESIDENT - HALEY PHILLIPS VICE PRESIDENT - HANNAH PHILLIPS SECRETARY - NIKI CARTER

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS RORY KOEHN 1669 CR 230 • Weimar, Texas 78962 979.263.5644 • koehnranch@cvctx.com

STUDENT OFFICERS

SCOTT SHOOK 5750 FM 360 • Needville, Texas 77461 713.851.9553 • scotctshook@yahoo.com

Region VII

SECRETARY - NENA BOETTCHER PO Box 833 • East Bernard, Texas 77435 281.468.8973 • region7thsra@gmail.com

DEE RAWLINSON 12432 N SH 71 • El Campo, Texas 77437 979.543.8906 • drawlinson@reatarealty.com PRESIDENT- CLINT RAWLINSON 12432 N. SH 71 • El Campo, Texas 77437 979.637.0500 • rawlinsonclint@gmail.com

PERFORMANCE REPORT

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By JAYCI LEE BYLER

– Performance Reporter

bilene and Gonzales, Texas ... Here we come! Our state finals are just around the corner. Across the state, fellow cowboys & cowgirls are practicing up for that grueling long week of competition. Someone will take home a Texas State Champion title or one of the coveted top 4 spots in their respected events. Several top hands will leave state empty handed, but one thing is for sure, memories will be made. This state finals, I invite each of you to Live Like Will. Those of you who knew my cousin, knew he was never short on a smile or a good time. For those who didn’t know him, I’ll give you a little insight into Will Byler. He was always living everyday to its fullest. Making memo-

ries and adventures was a way of life for Will. A night of steer wrestling practice could easily finish up and turn into a hog hunting expedition. You never knew what you might get into with Will, so you better be up for anything. When Will rodeoed he gave 100 percent and left it all in the arena. Sometimes, he landed flat on his back -- like the time he missed his steer in the state short go in steer wrestling. He was also known to look at the bright side by adding humor to these tough runs. His typical response: “ Well I didn’t break anything .... this time!” Will lived a fuller life then most eighty year old men, and he did it with a grin. No question, he did it his way, not always the right way, according to others, but that was Will. Will put his heart into what he loved, and he loved God. His heart was true. He loved his family and friends, and even complete strangers, especially when he could talk to them about God. One time while at the NFR in Las Vegas, Will got to talking to a taxi driver about God, all the while the family wondering where in the world he could be. When he appeared, the excitement of their conversation showed in his dimpled cheeks as he told us all about his experience. You couldn’t be mad at Will, even if he made you wait. If Will had something on his mind or in his heart that he wanted to do, he spoke of it or acted on it. He wasn’t afraid of failure for he always said he was just learning how not to fail. He went at rodeoing the same way: “If you are trying and get beat, you’re not beaten.” I want to enjoy the ride like my cousin Will did. I want to laugh, I want to live, I want to love, I want to know God. Take a chance and let faith lead you.

Enjoy your ride. It may be a long cattle drive … or a quick four second run. Our runs in the arena don’t define us. It’s the actions we share with complete strangers that do. I want to Live Like Will, our Wild Will of Bellville. 2 Corinthians 5:7: For we live by faith, not by sight.

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STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - MACKENZIE BRYCE VICE PRESIDENT - EMMA SMITH SECRETARY - KATE MCNEIL KIM NICHOLSON 8434 N. US Hwy 183 • Goliad, Texas 77963 830.570.7302 • kim_nicholson@att.net

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

JASON UNDERBRINK 520 Phillips Rd • Pleasanton, Texas 78064 210.854.7718 • jasonunderbrink@yahoo.com SECRETARY - CELINA FETTY

Region VIII

3005 Santa Ana St. • Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 361.739.9858 • region8thsra@gmail.com

385 ECR 401 • Falfurrias, Texas 78355 361.813.7078 • masolomon1962@gmail.com

PRESIDENT- MIKE SOLOMON

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Laughter & Memories

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By Mackenzie

Bryce – Performance Reporter

ike THSRA Region VIII High School, TJHRA Region VIII Junior High, had a successful year. The year was filled with laughter and great memories. As the region

student president, I enjoyed working with the junior high officers; Garrett Talamantes, Boomer Smith, and Sydney Blair. We coordinated grand entries, put up banners, and put on our end of the year awards presentation. I maybe partial, but I have to say region VIII has some great young kids coming up into high school next year and the years to follow. The 2018-2019 TJHRA Region VIII Junior High All Around Champions had an amazing year and accomplished a huge honor, JT Garcia & Carlee Martinez, congrats! We are very excited to have both of you to represent region VIII this May at TJHRA State Finals. Along with the two of them, we have many more talented and hardworking kids headed to state finals. We have some really strong eighth graders that are ready to dominate, but you definitely can’t count out our rookies either. I have faith that our kiddos will represent us very well and everyone will take notice! GOOD LUCK TJHRA REGION VIII STATE QUALIFERS!!!!!!!


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Region IX

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS EDDIE DYSON

838 SH 150 • New Waverly, Texas 77358 936.520.1401 • fivedowell@gmail.com

JONATHAN LAWSON

SECRETARY - LACEY AUBIHL 1326 PR 5011 • Ledbetter, Texas 78946

460 Bishop Road • Huntsville, Texas 77320 713.417.6042 • donjackson321@gmail.com

DON JACKSON

PO Box 1177 • Madisonville, Texas 77864 281.785.0077 • mghormley@me.com

PRESIDENT- MIKE GHORMLEY

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By ALY GHORMLEY– Performance Reporter

he weekend of March 10 and 11 brought an end to the season for the rodeo athletes of Region IX. Hard work throughout the year paid off for many and heartbreak was felt by others. The day started off with the boys of the bareback, and Bradlee Miller dominated the weekend with a score of 75 and 70 to take the Championship for the year. The barrels were up next, and senior Kysan Buckner turned in two amazing runs to win both rodeos and secure her spot in the top 5. However consistent runs all year earned Zoey Korenek the year end title of Champion Barrel Racer. Rough stock riders loaded the bulls, and the bulls were definitely ready and not one cowboy could tame them. In rodeo two Cavalry Norris defeated them and earned a score of 79, but Bradlee Miller’s rides throughout the season earned him his second championship. The girls in the breakaway were up next and past Region IX Champion took the win with a 2.99, and Lexie Miller was a 2.54 to secure her spot in the stop 10 and a trip to State. The season win created yet another championship for Taylor Lawson. The boys then took their turn in the roping where Grishman Vaught took the first win, and Cash Enderli took the

second to not only win the finals rodeo but the year end championship title. Half way through the rodeo, the steers were loaded for the steer wrestling. Tyler Bednarz took win one with a 6.08, and Gatlin Peck took the win in rodeo two with a 5.14. The year end championship went to Tyler who turned in solid runs all year. Goats were up next and junior Lacy Bruening truly dominated the weekend and year. Lacy was a 7.18 and a 6.91 for the weekend to show why she is the Region IX Goat Tying Champion. Team ropers Blake Georg and Will Farris won rodeo one with a 6.36, but Tristan Sullivan and Hagen Herring sped things up to earn the second win with a 4.45 and the Reserve Championship title. The Championship was well earned by William Lindsey and Jake Starns who were consistently quick all year long. The rodeo events of the day were almost complete with only one event left, the pole bending. Katy Webb and her mount Ruby were totally in sync taking home the wins in both rodeos with a 20.394 and a smoking 19.953. Senior Aly Ghormley, despite her injuries, toughed it out to take home the Pole Bending Championship. Rookie All Around Championships were earned by Bradlee Miller and Brooklyn Balch. Bradlee competed in bulls, bareback, tiedown and team roping to earn his title. Brooklyn competed in barrels, poles, goats and breakaway. Bradlee earned enough points to also win the All Around Champion title along with Aly Ghormley who completed in all the girl’s events. Cutting and reining cow horse took place earlier in the year. The Cutting Championships went to Jake Starns and Aly Ghormley, while the Reining Cow Horse title was earned by Paige Smith.

ALL AROUND CHAMPIONS BRADLEE MILLER AND ALY GHORMLEY

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

SETH BROESCHE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS - GRACE JACKSON, ALY GHORMLEY, HAGEN HERRING AND GATLIN PECK

Region IX finished the year strong, and each member will bring tough competition to the State Finals. For those members that didn’t make it to State, keep working at it - Michael Jordan didn’t make his high school varsity basketball team! Champions are not made in one season, sometimes it takes a lifetime. Good luck to everyone, and God Bless you all! Luke 21:19 - Stand firm, and you will win life!


STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - SAIGE SEALY VICE PRESIDENT - AINSLEE MORRIS SECRETARY - BRITTNE THOMAS LARRY DOWELL 370 CR 220 • Marlin, Texas 76661 254.715.8814 • fivedowell@gmail.com

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

COLE SEALY PO Box 566 • San Saba, Texas 76877 325.247.0545 • colesealy@yahoo.com

SECRETARY - STEPHANIE SHOEMAKER 6500 CR 1202 • Cleburne, Texas 76031

817.648.2723 • texasregion10@gmail.com

MATT SILAR 104 CR 867 N • Teague, Texas 75860 903.388.2531 • matt.silar@patriotinsp.com PRESIDENT - JERRY WRIGHT 434 CR 315 • Oglesby, Texas 76561 254.290.4965 • jerrywrighthomes@hughes.net

PERFORMANCE REPORT Astonishing Athletes Of Region X

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By BRITTNE

THOMAS – Performance Reporter

egion X has multiple athletes that competed to make a spot in top 10 in their events. This year was a very difficult year. Every athlete that stepped on to the arena dirt put everything out in the arena. They competed against the best and will continue to compete against the best in the future. These two athletes competed this year and left everything in the arena and had a great year. Elizabeth Frost was a great competitor in the arena and outside the arena. Elizabeth had to undergo surgery in November, but before her surgery she competed in Poles, Barrels, and Breakaway. She also competed in sports at her school. She was a fierce competitor in and out of the arena. She was excited to finish out her season at Region X. She loves how region X feels like a big family. Not only does she love that it feels like a family, she also loves the competition. Elizabeth Frost enjoys being able to compete against her friends, she knows she has created multiple friendships at Region X. Even though she competed this year

she sadly did not make it to state. Once she graduates, she will be attending Vernon College. She will be rodeoing in college and we will all be cheering her on. She is going to study animal science and agriculture. We all hope she will do amazing things. Another one of Region X’s astonishing athletes is Payton Lackey. Payton is also graduating this year. Once Payton gets his diploma, and celebrate with his friends and family, he will be going to college. He is excited to get his diploma and start another chapter in his life. He will be attending Tarleton State University in Stephenville. At Tarleton Payton will be studying molecular biology. He has big plans for himself in the future. He has many reasons why he loves Region X and why he decided to compete his last year in high school at Region X. One of his main reason why he decided to compete at Region X is because of the horses. Payton Lackey competes in bareback riding, and he also made it state in bareback riding. Our contractor for Regions is also the stock that is taken to state. With him able to ride the stock he knows what to prepare for when he gets to state. Region X could not be more proud of these two athletes and all the other athletes that competed this season.

PAYTON LACKEY photo by Jennings

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BAREBACK STEER RIDING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) Performance 1 415 KENNEDY, CUTTER CANADIAN, TX 01 2 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 3 11 CART, ETHAN HAMSHIRE, TX 09 4 91 SCHILL, BRAYZE WEST COLUMBIA, TX 07 5 54 WALKER, CASH HOCKLEY, TX 09 6 508 LANE, COOPER KELLER, TX 03 7 127 MARTIN, KASH LUFKIN, TX 05 8 523 SHEPHERD, CHARLIE MILFORD, TX 03 9 213 BROWN, COLE STEPHENVILLE, TX 10 10 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 BARREL RACING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 316 HARMAN, GRACEN HEMPSTEAD, TX 6 2 443 CHARLESWORTH, EMILEE MARATHON, TX 2 3 83 GOODRIDGE, CRISTA ANGLETON, TX 7 4 143 SHAW, NATALIE JASPER, TX 5 5 489 CHAMBERLAIN, CHAYNI STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 6 230 LYNCH, PATTON ANN CRAWFORD, TX 10 7 310 DAVIS, MEKENNA HUNTSVILLE, TX 6 8 499 HARTMANN, JOSIE GRAHAM, TX 3 9 513 NELSON, EMMA BRIDGEPORT, TX 3 10 81 GARZA, KAYLIE MARION, TX 7 11 318 HASS, HAILEY HEMPSTEAD, TX 6 12 437 ADDISON, MORGAN LAMESA, TX 2 13 383 SANDERS, SAVANNAH WILLS POINT, TX 4 14 341 TORR, NAKAYLA WALLER, TX 6 15 134 PROFILI, KAYLEE JACKSONVILLE, TX 5 16 478 THURMON, MADISON ROCHELLE, TX 2 17 7 BROOKS, KRYSTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 9 18 198 WEST, MADISON TILDEN, TX 8 19 79 GAILLARD, SAGE MORSE, TX 1 20 42 PARKER, RILEY PALESTINE, TX 9 21 66 ASKEW, EMILY SEALY, TX 7 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 22 469 MURPHY, ALLIE SNYDER, TX 2 23 525 SHULTZ, BILOXI ABILENE, TX 3 24 252 WILLIAMS, HALI MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 25 211 BORDEAUX, GABRRIELLE FORT WORTH, TX 10 26 404 CROW, CREEDENCE CANYON, TX 1 27 487 BRANCH, STORMIE WEATHERFORD, TX 3 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27,2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 28 485 ALLEN, SHYLA SANTA ANNA, TX 3 29 363 EAKES, LULU CLEBURNE, TX 4 30 417 LANE, JAYLEE MORSE, TX 1 31 490 CRISWELL, KALLI MASON, TX 3 32 370 JARDINE, LILA ROSE DALLAS, TX 4 33 70 BRENT, SHELBY LA PORTE, TX 7 34 229 KOONSMAN, JORDYN BLUM, TX 10 35 320 HENRY, BROOKE WALLER, TX 6 36 38 MILLER, SONILYN HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 37 76 CASEY, KYLA SHAY ANGLETON, TX 7 38 12 CHAMPION, LARAMIE BUFFALO, TX 9 39 376 NEILL, KATE FORT WORTH, TX 4 40 169 GARCIA, TABER PLEASANTON, TX 8 41 346 WREN, LANDRY HARPER, TX 6 42 402 CLEMENTS, SHAY STRATFORD, TX 1 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 43 13 CHIGLO, EMILY GROESBECK, TX 9 44 117 JENKINS, MADISON HAMSHIRE, TX 5 45 448 CURRINGTON, BRYLEE SHALLOWATER, TX 2 46 411 HUDDLESTON, TORI MEMPHIS, TX 1

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368 HAWKINS, KAYCE HONEY GROVE, TX 4 193 THOMAS, KENNA MICO, TX 8 301 BALDWIN, AVERY BOERNE, TX 6 220 COWARD, TAYLOR GATESVILLE, TX 10 55 WARRICK, ANN CAMERON, TX 9 194 TIFFEE, TARYN ROBSTOWN, TX 8 445 COULSTON, HEAVEN MONAHANS, TX 2 361 COCLOSURE, RILEY COOPER, TX 4 67 BASS, HANNAH BRENHAM, TX 7 222 FOEGELLE, AVERY LOTT, TX 10

Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 57 347 YOUNG, DEVIN ROSANKY, TX 6 58 357 ALMON, LANEY JO LARUE, TX 4 59 173 LITTLE, CHLOE FLORESVILLE, TX 8 60 8 CADWALLADER, ALLI PAIGE HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 61 488 CANTWELL, MIYA GRAHAM, TX 3 62 94 SHOOK, KINLEY NEEDVILLE, TX 7 63 80 GARZA, KAMRYN MARION, TX 7 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 64 495 GODWIN, AUBREE BRIDGEPORT, TX 3 65 473 RICHARDS, LUCY HEREFORD, TX 2 66 175 MARTINEZ, CARLEE GEORGE WEST, TX 8 67 206 ARRINGTON, RILEY KINGSLAND, TX 10 68 360 BRAZZEL, JAYLYN - J BUG KILGORE, TX 4 69 422 NELSON, REMI AMARILLO, TX 1 70 35 MCDONALD, TYLIE BRYAN, TX 9 71 396 ARMES, BREELY GRUVER, TX 1 72 100 BERKLUND, PAITYN ANAHUAC, TX 7 73 419 MADILL, BRYLEE AMARILLO, TX 1 74 246 SMITH, AIDEN CHINA SPRING, TX 10 75 236 PENNINGTON, CANYON "SPRING" STEPHENVILLE, TX 10 76 305 BIGBEE, KORI WAELDER, TX 6 77 358 BEAM, MARY BETH TERRELL, TX 4 78 186 SCIBA, LYDIA VICTORIA, TX 8 79 51 STEVENS, KYNLEE BRYAN, TX 9 80 113 DEPRIEST, ABI TENAHA, TX 5 81 133 PASCHAL, MCKINLEE NOME, TX 5 82 99 WILLIAMS, WHITLEY SANDIA, TX 7 83 197 VICKERS, MALLORY JOURDANTON, TX 8 84 111 DAVIS, TAYLOR ALTO, TX 5 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2019) Performance 85 121 KLEIN, LIELA CENTER, TX 5 86 115 GRANT, CAMERON BUNA, TX 5 87 416 KOEHLER, CROSS CANYON, TX 1 88 462 MABEN, MACYE SPUR, TX 2 89 433 WRIGHT, TAYLN CANADIAN, TX 1 90 205 ANDREWS, SAMANTHA LLANO, TX 10 91 515 PARKER, LANDRIE PILOT POINT, TX 3 92 456 HUDNALL, BRALEY MIDLAND, TX 2 93 311 ELIZALDE, AUDREY HEMPSTEAD, TX 6 94 164 ELLIS, TYLAR ORANGE GROVE, TX 8 95 166 FLORES, ALISSA LAREDO, TX 8 96 476 SCHMIDT, KAMBELL GAIL, TX 2 97 344 WOOD, SUTTON NEW ULM, TX 6 98 50 STEPHEN, LACY COLLEGE STATION, TX 9 99 359 BLANCHARD, VIE VIE MCKINNEY, TX 4 100 147 WALLIS, MAYCEE BENTON, LA 5 101 148 WHITE, LAUREN SINGER, LA 5

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BOYS BREAKAWAY ROPING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019 ) Performance 209 BARTON, CONNOR CAMERON, TX 10 466 MORRIS, JAYDEN MULESHOE, TX 02 118 JENKINS, RILEY LUFKIN, TX 05 28 LANGLEY, HOLDEN HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 191 TALAMANTES, GARRETT CARRIZO

SPRINGS, TX 08 6 307 BURLESON, BLAINE WALLER, TX 06 7 497 HARRIS, WYATT SAN ANGELO, TX 03 8 14 COLEMAN, LUKE MADISONVILLE, TX 09 9 460 LEMOND, NEWT ANDREWS, TX 02 10 57 WILLIAMS, CLAY MADISONVILLE, TX 09 11 207 ASHFORD, ACE LOTT, TX 10 12 506 KANADY, KYLER BRECKENRIDGE, TX 03 13 254 WILLIAMSON, COLTON ROOSEVELT, TX 10 14 335 SHEDD, CODY VICTORIA, TX 06 15 174 MANGUM, LAYTEN JOURDANTON, TX 08 16 452 FRIZZELL, KELBY STERLING CITY, TX 02 17 23 HAYMAN, HAYDEN DODGE, TX 09 18 189 SMITH, BOOMER PLEASANTON, TX 08 19 339 SIDNEY, RASHAUN HALLETSVILLE, TX 06 20 25 IMHOFF, COOPER NAVASOTA, TX 09 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 21 20 FISHER, COOPER BRYAN, TX 09 22 377 NUGENT, TRENTON GILMER, TX 04 23 420 MARTIN, WESLEY VEGA, TX 01 24 116 GRIFFIN, JACKSON JOAQUIN, TX 05 25 520 RUST, PAYDEN GORDON, TX 03 26 389 YARBROUGH, LOGAN PALMER, TX 04 27 450 ELLERD, JERYN LEVELLAND, TX 02 28 251 WILLIAMS, GABREIL MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 29 429 STOKER, JAXON CANYON, TX 01

Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 30 241 ROBERTS, JACKSON WALNUT SPRINGS, TX 10 31 238 POWLEDGE, RENDON GRANDVIEW, TX 10 32 493 DELUNA, LEVI IOWA PARK, TX 03 33 472 REED, DAX CLINT, TX 02 34 504 HUSTON, DALTON DECATUR, TX 03 35 81 MUEGGE, CADE EDNA, TX 07 36 408 HARKINS, SLATON HEREFORD, TX 01 37 9 CALHOUN, TA’COLBY ANDERSON, TX 09 38 227 JONES, WYATT LORENA, TX 10 39 345 WREN, DAWSON HARPER, TX 06 40 108 CHAMBERS, GEORGE BENTON, LA 05 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 41 364 EVANS, TANNER TIOGA, TX 04 42 114 DYKES, PHILLIP LIVINGSTON, TX 05 43 398 BACA, TRENTON VEGA, TX 01 44 192 THIGPEN, PADEN PEARSALL, TX 08 45 403 CROSS, CLINT WHITE DEER, TX 01 46 529 STEWART, MURT WEATHERFORD, TX 03 47 323 JAMES-GONZALES, TANNER KERRVILLE, TX 06 48 19 FARRIS, CLAY MADISONVILLE, TX 09 49 424 REYNOLDS, RYE SILVERTON, TX 01 50 374 MORRIS, BRAYDEN TERRELL, TX 04 51 123 LATTNER, ZANE LIVINGSTON, TX 05 52 467 MORRIS, JANTSEN MULESHOE, TX 02 53 97 WETZEL, KADE SANTA FE, TX 07 54 338 SHIVERS, CASH MAGNOLIA, TX 06 55 183 RINGELSTEIN, CASPER PLEASANTON, TX 08 56 243 ROSS, SETH BERTROM, TX 10 57 136 RAMBIN, CHASE BENTON, LA 05 58 414 JOHNSON, SAM AMARILLO, TX 01 59 356 ALMON, KARTER LARUE, TX 04 60 171 GARZA, RYAN FALFURIAS, TX 08 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2018) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 61 128 MATHIS, K P LUFKIN, TX 05 62 6 BOYD, CORT CENTERVILLE, TX 09

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63 176 MASK, HUDSON LYTLE, TX 08 64 75 CANTON, COLEMAN NAVASOTA, TX 07 65 477 SENTER, SEAVER ROPESVILLE, TX 02 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 66 135 PUGH, COLE JASPER, TX 05 67 79 FRANKUM, COY WHARTON, TX 07 68 58 WILLIAMS, TY MADISONVILLE, TX 09 69 519 ROBERTSON, LOGAN SANTA ANNA, TX 03 70 405 ELLIOTT, CARSON VERNON, TX 01 71 505 JORDAN, TATER WICHITA FALLS, TX 03 72 531 WALKER, SHANKS ACKERLY, TX 03 73 355 AKINS, JHETT WHITESBORO, TX 04 74 127 MARTIN, KASH LUFKIN, TX 05 75 367 GROTE, DILLON SHERMAN, TX 04 76 247 STARNS, ZANE PORT LAVACA, TX 10 77 441 CERVANTES, BRAYDEN BIG SPRING, TX 02 78 196 VALADEZ, BRENDEN GEORGE WEST, TX 08 79 409 HILL, FLINT CANADIAN, TX 01 80 431 THOMPSON, TATE AMARILLO, TX 01 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2019) Performance 81 77 CURRY, TREVOR RICHMOND, TX 07 82 237 PLEMONS, PACE AXTELL, TX 10 83 375 MURRAY, JAKE COOPER, TX 04 84 109 COMER, ELI CARTHAGE, TX 05 85 170 GARCIA, WILLIE UVALDE, TX 08 86 340 STEPHENS, GUS LOCKHART, TX 06 87 326 LEOPOLD, WYATT HALLETTSVILLE, TX 06 88 162 ELLER, LANDON ROBSTOWN, TX 08 89 516 PETERSON, CORT ALBANY, TX 03 90 82 GIERISCH, KADE ROSENBERG, TX 07 91 95 SONNIER, CARSON BOLING, TX 07 BOYS GOAT TYING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 486 BERTSCH, TAYGAN STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 2 492 DELUNA, LAYTON IOWA PARK, TX 03 3 36 MCDOUGALD, KELLER KEMP, TX 09 4 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 5 72 BYLER, BLAZE BELLVILLE, TX 07 6 89 RAASCH, GUY SWEENY, TX 07 7 75 CANTON, COLEMAN NAVASOTA, TX 07 8 53 TODD, CURTIS CAMERON, TX 09 9 122 LANKFORD, DAWSON RUSK, TX 05 10 326 LEOPOLD, WYATT HALLETTSVILLE, TX 06 11 309 CRAINER, TREVOR CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 06 12 491 DEARING, KREECE PARADISE, TX 03 13 168 GARCIA, JT KINGSVILLE, TX 08 14 377 NUGENT, TRENTON GILMER, TX 04 15 182 REDDEN, RAINE D’HANIS, TX 08 16 304 BASS, SOUTHERN WIMBERLEY, TX 06 17 77 CURRY, TREVOR RICHMOND, TX 07 18 519 ROBERTSON, LOGAN SANTA ANNA, TX 03 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 19 243 ROSS, SETH BERTROM, TX 10 20 441 CERVANTES, BRAYDEN BIG SPRING, TX 02 21 339 SIDNEY, RASHAUN HALLETSVILLE, TX 06 22 189 SMITH, BOOMER PLEASANTON, TX 08 23 237 PLEMONS, PACE AXTELL, TX 10 24 431 THOMPSON, TATE AMARILLO, TX 01 25 129 MURRAY, MATTHEW JASPER, TX 05


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Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 26 10 CALHOUN, TYLER ANDERSON, TX 09 27 529 STEWART, MURT WEATHERFORD, TX 03 28 105 BROOKS, TRISTIN POLLOK, TX 05 29 355 AKINS, JHETT WHITESBORO, TX 04 30 142 SCARBER, TYCE TENAHA, TX 05 31 471 RANKIN, BROGAN ROARING SPRINGS, TX 02 32 176 MASK, HUDSON LYTLE, TX 08 33 457 JONES, BLAYNE ODESSA, TX 02 34 16 DOBBS, CORT BRYAN, TX 09 35 405 ELLIOTT, CARSON VERNON, TX 01 36 403 CROSS, CLINT WHITE DEER, TX 01 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 37 413 JOHNSON, TRYCE HAPPY, TX 01 38 6 BOYD, CORT CENTERVILLE, TX 09 39 116 GRIFFIN, JACKSON JOAQUIN, TX 05 40 159 BRIDGES, TY SANDIA, TX 08 41 307 BURLESON, BLAINE WALLER, TX 06 42 78 FOX, COLIN MANVEL, TX 07 43 522 SHELTON, JAKE KRUM, TX 03 44 382 ROBERTS, COLE WILLS POINT, TX 04 45 223 FREEMAN, GARRETT COOPER, TX 10 46 146 STREET, MAC JASPER, TX 05 47 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 48 14 COLEMAN, LUKE MADISONVILLE, TX 09 49 332 PENCE, JHETT SEGUIN, TX 06 50 9 CALHOUN, TA’COLBY ANDERSON, TX 09 51 191 TALAMANTES, GARRETT CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 08 52 79 FRANKUM, COY WHARTON, TX 07 53 110 COOK, LANDON ALTO, TX 05 54 162 ELLER, LANDON ROBSTOWN, TX 08 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 55 336 SHELTON, DAVID BARRETT GONZALES, TX 06 56 467 MORRIS, JANTSEN MULESHOE, TX 02 57 27 JOHNSON, RYAN BRENHAM, TX 09 58 331 OHRT, KYLER VICTORIA, TX 06 59 187 SCIBA, WYNN VICTORIA, TX 08 60 356 ALMON, KARTER LARUE, TX 04 61 47 SCOTT, BRAEDON HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 62 245 SILAR, KOREY TEAGUE, TX 10 63 242 ROGERS, LAYNE MENARD, TX 10 64 501 HILL, J.T. HASLET, TX 03 65 429 STOKER, JAXON CANYON, TX 01 66 132 OLIVER, BOSTEN LUFKIN, TX 05 67 369 HUGHES, HAYDEN ANNA, TX 04 68 450 ELLERD, JERYN LEVELLAND, TX 02 69 408 HARKINS, SLATON HEREFORD, TX 01 70 97 WETZEL, KADE SANTA FE, TX 07 71 472 REED, DAX CLINT, TX 02 72 170 GARCIA, WILLIE UVALDE, TX 08 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29,2018 ) Performance 73 367 GROTE, DILLON SHERMAN, TX 04 74 401 BLOUNT, STOCKTON WILDORADO, TX 01 75 504 HUSTON, DALTON DECATUR, TX 03 76 247 STARNS, ZANE PORT LAVACA, TX 10 77 212 BROCKENBUSH, HOLT LEXINGTON, TX 10 78 136 RAMBIN, CHASE BENTON, LA 05 79 108 CHAMBERS, GEORGE BENTON, LA 05 80 254 WILLIAMSON, COLTON ROOSEVELT, TX 10 81 238 POWLEDGE, RENDON GRANDVIEW, TX 10 82 531 WALKER, SHANKS ACKERLY, TX 03 83 251 WILLIAMS, GABREIL MINERAL WELLS, TX 10

TJHRA OFFICIAL DRAW 84 466 MORRIS, JAYDEN MULESHOE, TX 02 85 171 GARZA, RYAN FALFURIAS, TX 08

Calf ROPING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM May 31, 2019) Performance 1 212 BROCKENBUSH, HOLT LEXINGTON, TX 10 2 412 HUGHES, BRAXTON CANYON, TX 01 3 332 PENCE, JHETT SEGUIN, TX 06 4 303 BARANOWSKI, BRAXTON YOAKUM, TX 06 5 382 ROBERTS, COLE WILLS POINT, TX 04 6 415 KENNEDY, CUTTER CANADIAN, TX 01 7 146 STREET, MAC JASPER, TX 05 8 378 PRIEFERT, COLLIN MT PLEASANT, TX 04 9 461 LEWIS, SAM AMARILLO, TX 02 10 401 BLOUNT, STOCKTON WILDORADO, TX 01 11 501 HILL, J.T. HASLET, TX 03 12 32 MCCARTHY, CARSON BEDIAS, TX 09 13 223 FREEMAN, GARRETT COOPER, TX 10 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 14 304 BASS, SOUTHERN WIMBERLEY, TX 06 15 530 WALKER, CADE SPRINGTOWN, TX 03 16 379 RAULSTON, AARON CLARKSVILLE, TX 04 17 486 BERTSCH, TAYGAN STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 18 453 GRIFFIN, SAMUEL ELDORADO, TX 02 19 440 CARPENTER, LUKE ODONNELL, TX 02 20 36 MCDOUGALD, KELLER KEMP, TX 09 21 187 SCIBA, WYNN VICTORIA, TX 08 22 522 SHELTON, JAKE KRUM, TX 03 23 413 JOHNSON, TRYCE HAPPY, TX 01 24 159 BRIDGES, TY SANDIA, TX 08 25 309 CRAINER, TREVOR CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 06 26 184 SCHILLING, STRAN VALLEY SPRING, TX 08 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 27 89 RAASCH, GUY SWEENY, TX 07 28 464 MCFADDEN, CAYDEN ODESSA, TX 02 29 27 JOHNSON, RYAN BRENHAM, TX 09 30 446 CREACH, CARSON ABILENE, TX 02 31 426 RUSSELL, CHARLES UMBARGER, TX 01 32 78 FOX, COLIN MANVEL, TX 07 33 86 MCCULLOUGH, LOGAN COLLEGE STATION, TX 07 34 53 TODD, CURTIS CAMERON, TX 09 35 471 RANKIN, BROGAN ROARING SPRINGS, TX 02 36 122 LANKFORD, DAWSON RUSK, TX 05 37 182 REDDEN, RAINE D’HANIS, TX 08 38 10 CALHOUN, TYLER ANDERSON, TX 09 39 491 DEARING, KREECE PARADISE, TX 03 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2018) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 20180, 2019) Performance 40 245 SILAR, KOREY TEAGUE, TX 10 41 199 YOW, TATE JOURDANTON, TX 08 42 72 BYLER, BLAZE BELLVILLE, TX 07 43 239 REESE, ACE AQUILLA, TX 10 44 457 JONES, BLAYNE ODESSA, TX 02 45 479 WALLIS, CADE BIG SPRING, TX 02 46 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 47 41 MORRIS, WES MADISONVILLE, TX 09 48 142 SCARBER, TYCE TENAHA, TX 05 49 480 WALTERS, COLTON COLORADO CITY, TX 02 50 144 SHOFNER, SAM JASPER, TX 05 51 489 WHITE, HADLEY WESTBROOK, TX 02 52 168 GARCIA, JT KINGSVILLE, TX 08

Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 20192018) Performance 53 219 COFFELL, TREVIN IREDELL, TX 10 54 74 CANALES, TRESTON PORT LAVACA, TX 07 55 331 OHRT, KYLER VICTORIA, TX 06 56 132 OLIVER, BOSTEN LUFKIN, TX 05 57 47 SCOTT, BRAEDON HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 58 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 59 129 MURRAY, MATTHEW JASPER, TX 05 60 17 DOUCH, KOBY HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 61 509 LEWIS, CALEB WEATHERFORD, TX 03 62 110 COOK, LANDON ALTO, TX 05

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BULL RIDING Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 59 WINCKLER, ETHAN WINNIE, TX 09 314 GARCIA, DIEGO LAREDO, TX 06 73 CAMERON, CODY DAMON, TX 07 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 140 RUSSELL, RICO BEAUMONT, TX 05 39 MILLS, JR MONTGOMERY, TX 09 374 MORRIS, BRAYDEN TERRELL, TX 04 503 HUGHES, ROWDY KEMPNER, TX 03 472 REED, DAX CLINT, TX 02

Wednesday Night PM (May 29, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 10 77 CURRY, TREVOR RICHMOND, TX 07 11 107 CARROLL, TREY ROSEPINE, LA 05 12 512 NEGROTTO, GAGE FORT WORTH, TX 03 13 149 WILSON, BRYNE LUFKIN, TX 05 14 329 MURIE, COLE SAN MARCUS, TX 06 15 323 JAMES-GONZALES, TANNER KERRVILLE, TX 06 16 415 KENNEDY, CUTTER CANADIAN, TX 01 17 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 18 240 ROBERTS, COY BURNET, TX 10

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Thursday Morning AM (May 30, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 139 RUIZ, HUNTER JASPER, TX 05 397 ATWOOD, HUNTER PAMPA, TX 01 4 BAKER, KRISTOPHER CLEVELAND, TX 09 15 CURTIS, CHANCE IOLA, TX 09 439 BRASWELL, HAGEN TELEGRAPH, TX 02 518 RHODES, DUSTY SANGER, TX 03 78 FOX, COLIN MANVEL, TX 07 21 GARNER, HUNTER MARQUEZ, TX 09 327 MARTINEZ, EZEQUIEL LAREDO, TX 06

CHUTE DOGGING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 324 KIBBY, CLARK BASTROP, TX 06 2 167 GARCIA, JAYVEN PREMONT, TX 08 3 509 LEWIS, CALEB WEATHERFORD, TX 03 4 135 PUGH, COLE JASPER, TX 05 5 245 SILAR, KOREY TEAGUE, TX 10 6 21 GARNER, HUNTER MARQUEZ, TX 09 7 479 WALLIS, CADE BIG SPRING, TX 02 8 389 YARBROUGH, LOGAN PALMER, TX 04 9 381 REYNOLDS, CONNER LARUE, TX 04 10 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 11 130 NEAL, TY JOAQUIN, TX 05 12 522 SHELTON, JAKE KRUM, TX 03 13 216 CAVERLY, WYATT MAYPEARL, TX 10 14 431 THOMPSON, TATE AMARILLO, TX 01 15 129 MURRAY, MATTHEW JASPER, TX 05 16 238 POWLEDGE, RENDON GRANDVIEW, TX 10 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 17 150 YOUNG, RYLON NEWTON, TX 05

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GIRLS BREAKAWAY ROPING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 124 LEACH, GRACIE SHELBYVILLE, TX 05 2 157 BLAIR, SYDNEY PLEASANTON, TX 08 3 368 HAWKINS, KAYCE HONEY GROVE, TX 04 4 148 WHITE, LAUREN SINGER, LA 05 5 224 FREEMAN, KERSTEN COOPER, TX 10 6 179 MCNEILL, KIRBY PLEASANTON, TX 08 7 462 MABEN, MACYE SPUR, TX 02 8 308 CAPPS, JAMISEN HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 9 220 COWARD, TAYLOR GATESVILLE, TX 10 10 45 ROBISON, KAMRYN GROESBECK, TX 09 11 342 VAUGHN, ANN MARIE YOAKUM, TX 06 12 313 FREEMAN, BRADI EAGLE LAKE, TX 06 13 469 MURPHY, ALLIE SNYDER, TX 02 14 360 BRAZZEL, JAYLYN - J BUG KILGORE, TX 04 15 35 MCDONALD, TYLIE BRYAN, TX 09 16 454 HANCOCK, MACY SAN ANGELO, TX 02 17 214 BROWN, SAIGE HILLSBORO, TX 10 18 67 BASS, HANNAH BRENHAM, TX 07 19 197 VICKERS, MALLORY JOURDANTON, TX 08 20 165 FEWELL, MALLORIE CASTROVILLE, TX 08 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 21 93 SHALOW, MIRIAH BROOKSHIRE, TX 07 22 358 BEAM, MARY BETH TERRELL, TX 04 23 316 HARMAN, GRACEN HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 24 18 DYER, BRAYLEE HUNTSVLLE, TX 09 25 46 SACULLA, ZAILI BRYAN, TX 09 26 494 FOWLER, SEREN STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 27 175 MARTINEZ, CARLEE GEORGE WEST, TX 08 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 28 235 OHL, SAYLOR HICO, TX 10 29 387 WILSON, ADDISON GILMER, TX 04 30 433 WRIGHT, TAYLN CANADIAN, TX 01 31 443 CHARLESWORTH, EMILEE MARATHON, TX 02 32 357 ALMON, LANEY JO LARUE, TX 04 33 444 CLINTON, BRYNN ODESSA, TX 02 34 500 HICKS, PAYSON STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 35 418 MADILL, BROOKE AMARILLO, TX 01 36 341 TORR, NAKAYLA WALLER, TX 06 37 334 PRIMROSE, JAKE’LYN EAGLE LAKE, TX 06 38 88 NAVARRO, RAZZI CAT SPING, TX 07 39 250 WEITZ, CHAINEY LONDON, TX 10 40 125 LEE, JASEE GARRISON, TX 05 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 41 489 CHAMBERLAIN, CHAYNI STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 42 422 NELSON, REMI AMARILLO, TX 01 43 2 SIMPTON, CEILY NAVASOTA, TX 07 44 81 GARZA, KAYLIE MARION, TX 07 45 51 STEVENS, KYNLEE BRYAN, TX 09 46 180 PFEIL, TEVAH FLORESVILLE, TX 08 47 1 EVERETT, JESSI TARZAN, TX 02 48 169 GARCIA, TABER PLEASANTON, TX 08 49 449 EDMISTON, SHAYLEE MASON, TX 02

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Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 57 138 RODELL, ALEX CENTERVILLE, TX 05 58 318 HASS, HAILEY HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 59 437 ADDISON, MORGAN LAMESA, TX 02 60 121 KLEIN, LIELA CENTER, TX 05 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 61 526 SINCLAIR, DYLAN LIPAN, TX 03 62 34 MCCARTHY, MAGGIE BEDIAS, TX 09 63 346 WREN, LANDRY HARPER, TX 06 64 229 KOONSMAN, JORDYN BLUM, TX 10 65 417 LANE, JAYLEE MORSE, TX 01 66 496 HALL, SAITLYNN MONAHANS, TX 03 67 432 TIMBERLAKE, RIDLEY HEREFORD, TX 01 68 7 BROOKS, KRYSTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 09 69 120 KING, BRILEY RUSK, TX 05 70 12 CHAMPION, LARAMIE BUFFALO, TX 09 71 79 GAILLARD, SAGE MORSE, TX 01 72 85 LOWMAN, HAILEE ORANGE GROVE, TX 07 73 177 MCDANIEL, JAYCEE SABINAL, TX 08 74 421 MCCREARY, ABBY AMARILLO, TX 01 75 84 HUBERT, SAMMI EL CAMPO, TX 07 76 490 CRISWELL, KALLI MASON, TX 03 77 310 DAVIS, MEKENNA HUNTSVILLE, TX 06 78 455 HOOPER, KATLYN CALRSBAD, NM 02 79 43 PHILLIPS, AUDREE MADISONVILLE, TX 09 80 525 SHULTZ, BILOXI ABILENE, TX 03 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2019) Performance 81 96 TOMLINSON, JAZ SEALY, TX 07 82 249 VACULIN, MACIE CAMERON, TX 10 83 330 OHRT, AMY VICTORIA, TX 06 84 145 STANLEY, MADISON LUFKIN, TX 05 85 252 WILLIAMS, HALI MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 86 225 HIPPS, KENNA GATSEVILLE, TX 10 87 396 ARMES, BREELY GRUVER, TX 01 88 473 RICHARDS, LUCY HEREFORD, TX 02 89 98 WILLIAMS, MADDIE ROSENBERG, TX 07 90 427 RUSSELL, KASIDY SHAMROCK, TX 01 91 218 CHURCHILL, KC GAIL ELM MOTT, TX 10 92 524 SHIELDS, GEORGIA LUBBOCK, TX 03 93 131 ODOM, HARLEY JASPER, TX 05 94 513 NELSON, EMMA BRIDGEPORT, TX 03 95 419 MADILL, BRYLEE AMARILLO, TX 01 96 362 CREECH, DALLY TERRELL, TX 04 GIRLS GOAT TYING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 12 CHAMPION, LARAMIE BUFFALO, TX 09 2 51 STEVENS, KYNLEE BRYAN, TX 09 3 163 ELLER, LIA ROBSTOWN, TX 08 4 421 MCCREARY, ABBY AMARILLO, TX 01 5 214 BROWN, SAIGE HILLSBORO, TX 10 6 190 SPEER, MCKENZIE UVALDE, TX 08 7 96 TOMLINSON, JAZ SEALY, TX 07 8 396 ARMES, BREELY GRUVER, TX 01 9 175 MARTINEZ, CARLEE GEORGE WEST, TX 08 10 186 SCIBA, LYDIA VICTORIA, TX 08 11 125 LEE, JASEE GARRISON, TX 05 12 419 MADILL, BRYLEE AMARILLO, TX 01 13 94 SHOOK, KINLEY NEEDVILLE, TX 07 14 193 THOMAS, KENNA MICO, TX 08 15 524 SHIELDS, GEORGIA LUBBOCK, TX 03

16 385 SMITH, MATTIE FRUITVALE, TX 04 17 358 BEAM, MARY BETH TERRELL, TX 04 18 334 PRIMROSE, JAKE’LYN EAGLE LAKE, TX 06 19 208 BAKER, HAYLEN WEATHERFORD, TX 10 20 252 WILLIAMS, HALI MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 21 121 KLEIN, LIELA CENTER, TX 05 22 330 OHRT, AMY VICTORIA, TX 06 23 455 HOOPER, KATLYN CALRSBAD, NM 02 24 361 COCLOSURE, RILEY COOPER, TX 04 25 148 WHITE, LAUREN SINGER, LA 05 26 113 DEPRIEST, ABI TENAHA, TX 05 27 210 BEKKER, CALLIE LOMETA, TX 10

Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 28 205 ANDREWS, SAMANTHA LLANO, TX 10 29 473 RICHARDS, LUCY HEREFORD, TX 02 30 177 MCDANIEL, JAYCEE SABINAL, TX 08 31 313 FREEMAN, BRADI EAGLE LAKE, TX 06 32 468 MOUROT, HAYLEY LAWN, TX 02 33 228 KENNEDY, PRESLEY GARDEN DALE, TX 10 34 301 BALDWIN, AVERY BOERNE, TX 06 35 496 HALL, SAITLYNN MONAHANS, TX 03 36 459 KIRKPATRICK, ZARAN POST, TX 02 37 372 LOGAN, LEXIE SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX 04 38 507 LALK, CHI IOWA PARK, TX 03 39 362 CREECH, DALLY TERRELL, TX 04 40 368 HAWKINS, KAYCE HONEY GROVE, TX 04 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019 Performance 41 229 KOONSMAN, JORDYN BLUM, TX 10 42 131 ODOM, HARLEY JASPER, TX 05 43 34 MCCARTHY, MAGGIE BEDIAS, TX 09 44 525 SHULTZ, BILOXI ABILENE, TX 03 45 106 BROWN, SHAELI JASPER, TX 05 46 120 KING, BRILEY RUSK, TX 05 47 454 HANCOCK, MACY SAN ANGELO, TX 02 48 236 PENNINGTON, CANYON “SPRING” STEPHENVILLE, TX 10 49 432 TIMBERLAKE, RIDLEY HEREFORD, TX 01 50 7 BROOKS, KRYSTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 09 51 317 HARRIS, CONLEY POTH, TX 06 52 433 WRIGHT, TAYLN CANADIAN, TX 01 53 38 MILLER, SONILYN HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 54 200 WOODS, CARSYN ALICE, TX 08 55 388 WOOD, AVERY ANNA, TX 04 56 490 CRISWELL, KALLI MASON, TX 03 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 57 404 CROW, CREEDENCE CANYON, TX 01 58 310 DAVIS, MEKENNA HUNTSVILLE, TX 06 59 85 LOWMAN, HAILEE ORANGE GROVE, TX 07 60 157 BLAIR, SYDNEY PLEASANTON, TX 08 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 61 3 HORTENSTINE, ZOEY BRONTE, TX 02 62 179 MCNEILL, KIRBY PLEASANTON, TX 08 63 318 HASS, HAILEY HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 64 311 ELIZALDE, AUDREY HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 65 465 MCNEELY, JACLYN LUBBOCK, TX 02 66 92 SEAY, KAKI BEASLEY, TX 07 67 81 GARZA, KAYLIE MARION, TX 07 68 427 RUSSELL, KASIDY SHAMROCK, TX 01 69 225 HIPPS, KENNA GATSEVILLE, TX 10 70 2 SIMPTON, CEILY NAVASOTA, TX 07 71 380 REYNOLDS, CARLEIGH LARUE, TX 04 72 451 ELLIOTT, KALEIGH BALLINGER, TX 02 73 462 MABEN, MACYE SPUR, TX 02

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Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2019) Performance 81 35 MCDONALD, TYLIE BRYAN, TX 09 82 43 PHILLIPS, AUDREE MADISONVILLE, TX 09 83 526 SINCLAIR, DYLAN LIPAN, TX 03 84 348 ZEPLIN, BAILEY VICTORIA, TX 06 85 66 ASKEW, EMILY SEALY, TX 07 86 111 DAVIS, TAYLOR ALTO, TX 05 87 417 LANE, JAYLEE MORSE, TX 01 88 18 DYER, BRAYLEE HUNTSVLLE, TX 09 89 312 FERIL, KENADIE HALLETSVILLE, TX 06 90 55 WARRICK, ANN CAMERON, TX 09 91 425 RUSLER, KENNEDY AMARILLO, TX 01 92 138 RODELL, ALEX CENTERVILLE, TX 05 93 84 HUBERT, SAMMI EL CAMPO, TX 07 94 248 SWAN, DARBI HUBBARD, TX 10 95 46 SACULLA, ZAILI BRYAN, TX 09 96 67 BASS, HANNAH BRENHAM, TX 07 97 79 GAILLARD, SAGE MORSE, TX 01 POLE BENDING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 418 MADILL, BROOKE AMARILLO, TX 01 2 115 GRANT, CAMERON BUNA, TX 05 3 70 BRENT, SHELBY LA PORTE, TX 07 4 55 WARRICK, ANN CAMERON, TX 09 5 525 SHULTZ, BILOXI ABILENE, TX 03 6 510 MCCRARY, MAYLEE FORT WORTH, TX 03 7 417 LANE, JAYLEE MORSE, TX 01 8 448 CURRINGTON, BRYLEE SHALLOWATER, TX 02 9 321 HOLBROOK, CLAYANN CIBOLO, TX 06 10 68 BASS, KACEY BRENHAM, TX 07 11 113 DEPRIEST, ABI TENAHA, TX 05 12 98 WILLIAMS, MADDIE ROSENBERG, TX 07 13 376 NEILL, KATE FORT WORTH, TX 04 14 422 NELSON, REMI AMARILLO, TX 01 15 495 GODWIN, AUBREE BRIDGEPORT, TX 03 16 224 FREEMAN, KERSTEN COOPER, TX 10 17 222 FOEGELLE, AVERY LOTT, TX 10 18 229 KOONSMAN, JORDYN BLUM, TX 10 19 347 YOUNG, DEVIN ROSANKY, TX 06 20 301 BALDWIN, AVERY BOERNE, TX 06 21 330 OHRT, AMY VICTORIA, TX 06 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 22 322 JACKSON, JORDAN MONTGOMERY, TX 06 23 428 STOCKER, MAKYLLA UMBARGER, TX 01 24 310 DAVIS, MEKENNA HUNTSVILLE, TX 06 25 198 WEST, MADISON TILDEN, TX 08 26 445 COULSTON, HEAVEN MONAHANS, TX 02 27 462 MABEN, MACYE SPUR, TX 02 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 28 7 BROOKS, KRYSTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 09 29 111 DAVIS, TAYLOR ALTO, TX 05 30 416 KOEHLER, CROSS CANYON, TX 01 31 90 RATLIFF, ELLA-REESE LA VERNIA, TX 07 32 425 RUSLER, KENNEDY AMARILLO, TX 01 33 302 BALDWIN, CAROLINE BOERNE, TX 06 34 360 BRAZZEL, JAYLYN - J BUG KILGORE, TX 04 35 178 MCDONALD, JULIA POTEET, TX 08 36 532 WARD, EMILY MILES, TX 03 37 145 STANLEY, MADISON LUFKIN, TX 05 38 236 PENNINGTON, CANYON “SPRING”


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TJHRA OFFICIAL DRAW 96 366 GILBREATH, FAITH GILMER, TX 04 97 404 CROW, CREEDENCE CANYON, TX 01 98 521 SEARS, TYLEY GRANBURY, TX 03 99 44 ROBERTS, KYNDELYN LIVINGSTON, TX 09 100 517 REEVES, BRILEY GRAHAM, TX 03 101 316 HARMAN, GRACEN HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 102 490 CRISWELL, KALLI MASON, TX 03 103 482 WOOD, PRESLEE ODESSA, TX 02

RIBBON ROPING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 31, 2019) Performance 1 355 AKINS, JHETT WHITESBORO, TX 04 EAKES, LULU 363 CLEBURNE, TX 2 78 FOX, COLIN MANVEL, TX 07 WILLIAMS, MADDIE 98 ROSENBERG, TX 3 74 CANALES, TRESTON PORT LAVACA, TX 07 RATLIFF, ELLA-REESE 90 LA VERNIA, TX 4 504 HUSTON, DALTON DECATUR, TX 03 CRISWELL, KALLI 490 MASON, TX 5 403 CROSS, CLINT WHITE DEER, TX 01 CROW, CREEDENCE 404 CANYON, TX 6 110 COOK, LANDON ALTO, TX 05 KING, BRILEY 120 RUSK, TX 7 440 CARPENTER, LUKE ODONNELL, TX 02 MABEN, MAYCE 462 SPUR, TX 8 357 ALMON, LANEY JO LARUE, TX 04 ALMON, KARTER 356 LARUE, TX 9 192 THIGPEN, PADEN PEARSALL, TX 08 ELLIS, TYLAR 164 ORANGE GROVE, TX 10 472 REED, DAX CLINT, TX 02 RICHARDS, LUCY 473 HEREFORD, TX 11 398 BACA, TRENTON VEGA, TX 01 RUSLER, KENNEDY 425 AMARILLO, TX 12 10 CALHOUN, TYLER ANDERSON, TX 09 PHILLIPS, AUDREE 43 MADISONVILLE, TX 13 323 JAMES-GONZALES, TANNER KERRVILLE, TX 06 BLACKBURN, KATIE 306 SAN ANTONIO, TX 14 471 RANKIN, BROGAN ROARING SPRINGS, TX 02 ADDISON, MORGAN 437 LAMESA, TX 15 338 SHIVERS, CASH MAGNOLIA, TX 06 BALDWIN, AVERY 301 BOERNE, TX 16 82 GIERISCH, KADE ROSENBERG, TX 07 GARZA, KAYLIE 81 MARION, TX 17 450 ELLERD, JERYN LEVELLAND, TX 02 ELLIOTT, KALEIGH 451 BALLINGER, TX 18 239 REESE,ACE AQUILLA, TX 10 PENNINGTON, SPRING 236 STEPHENVILLE, TX 19 241 ROBERTS, JACKSON WALNUT SPRINGS, TX 10 WEITZ, CHAINEY 250 LONDON, TX 20 116 GRIFFIN, JACKSON JOAQUIN, TX 05 KLEIN, LIELA 121 CENTER, TX Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 21 479 WALLIS, CADE BIG SPRING, TX 02 HUDNALL, BRALEY 456 MIDLAND, TX 22 14 COLEMAN, LUKE MADISONVILLE, TX 09 DYER, BRAYLEE 18 HUNTSVLLE, TX 23 146 STREET, MAC JASPER, TX 05 ODOM, HARLEY 131 JASPER, TX 24 505 JORDAN, TATER WICHITA FALLS, TX 03 WARD, EMILY 532 MILES, TX 25 223 FREEMAN, GARRETT COOPER, TX 10 FREEMAN, KERSTEN 224 COOPER, TX 26 136 RAMBIN, CHASE BENTON, LA 05 SHAW, NATALIE 143 JASPER, TX 27 410 HOGANSON, GAGE PAMPA, TX 01 GAILLARD, SAGE 79 MORSE, TX 28 212 BROCKENBUSH, HOLT LEXINGTON, TX 10 FOEGELLE, AVERY 222 LOTT, TX 29 531 WALKER, SHANKS ACKERLY, TX 03 GODWIN, AUBREE 495 BRIDGEPORT, TX 30 17 DOUCH, KOBY HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 MCDONALD, TYLIE 35 BRYAN, TX

Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 31 247 STARNS, ZANE PORT LAVACA, TX 10 ANDREWS, SAMANTHA 205 LLANO, TX 32 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 RUSSELL, KASIDY 427 SHAMROCK, TX 33 128 MATHIS, K P LUFKIN, TX 05 BROWN, SHAELI 106 JASPER, TX 34 97 WETZEL, KADE SANTA FE, TX 07 BASS, KACEY 68 BRENHAM, TX 35 526 SINCLAIR, DYLAN LIPAN, TX 03 HARTMANN, CAUY 498 GRAHAM, TX 36 53 TODD, CURTIS CAMERON, TX 09 WARRICK, ANN 55 CAMERON, TX 37 516 PETERSON, CORT ALBANY, TX 03 CANTWELL, MIYA 488 GRAHAM, TX 38 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 STEVENS, KYNLEE 51 BRYAN, TX 39 75 CANTON, COLEMAN NAVASOTA, TX 07 BASS, HANNAH 67 BRENHAM, TX 40 6 BOYD, CORT CENTERVILLE, TX 09 MCCARTHY, MAGGIE 34 BEDIAS, TX Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 41 367 GROTE, DILLON SHERMAN, TX 04 BEAM, MARY BETH 358 TERRELL, TX 42 81 MUEGGE, CADE EDNA, TX 07 LOWMAN, HAILEE 85 ORANGE GROVE, TX 43 412 HUGHES, BRAXTON CANYON, TX 01 MCCREARY, ABBY 421 AMARILLO, TX 44 238 POWLEDGE, RENDON GRANDVIEW, TX 10 BROWN, SAIGE 214 HILLSBORO, TX 45 36 MCDOUGALD, KELLER KEMP, TX 09 SACULLA, ZAILI 46 BRYAN, TX 46 252 WILLIAMS, HALI MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 WILLIAMS, GABREIL 251 MINERAL WELLS, TX 47 375 MURRAY, JAKE COOPER, TX 04 WILSON, ADDISON 387 GILMER, TX 48 58 WILLIAMS, TY MADISONVILLE, TX 09 CHAMPION, LARAMIE 12 BUFFALO, TX 49 218 CHURCHILL, KC GAIL ELM MOTT, TX 10 MOTE, TREY 232 LLANO, TX 50 237 PLEMONS, PACE AXTELL, TX 10 JENKINS, KINLEY 226 LOTT, TX 51 379 RAULSTON, AARON CLARKSVILLE, TX 04 FRANKS, MCKYNZIE 365 MT PLEASANT, TX 52 326 LEOPOLD, WYATT HALLETTSVILLE, TX 06 FERIL, KENADIE 312 HALLETSVILLE, TX 53 452 FRIZZELL, KELBY STERLING CITY, TX 02 CHARLESWORTH, EMILEE 443 MARATHON, TX 54 108 CHAMBERS, GEORGE BENTON, LA 05 DEPRIEST, ABI 113 TENAHA, TX 55 132 OLIVER, BOSTEN LUFKIN, TX 05 LEE, JASEE 125 GARRISON, TX 56 199 YOW, TATE JOURDANTON, TX 08 MARTINEZ, CARLEE 175 GEORGE WEST, TX 57 339 SIDNEY, RASHAUN HALLETSVILLE, TX 06 HARRIS, CONLEY 317 POTH, TX 58 431 THOMPSON, TATE AMARILLO, TX 01 MADILL, BRYLEE 419 AMARILLO, TX 59 509 LEWIS, CALEB WEATHERFORD, TX 03 ALLEN, SHYLA 485 SANTA ANNA, TX 60 331 OHRT, KYLER VICTORIA, TX 06 PRIMROSE, JAKE’LYN 334 EAGLE LAKE, TX Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 61 191 TALAMANTES, GARRETT CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 08 COLVIN, CARLY RAE 160 UVALDE, TX 62 162 ELLER, LANDON ROBSTOWN, TX 08 ELLER, LIA 163 ROBSTOWN, TX 63 159 BRIDGES, TY SANDIA, TX 08 BLAIR, SYDNEY 157 PLEASANTON, TX 64 382 ROBERTS, COLE WILLS POINT, TX 04 SMITH, MATTIE 385 FRUITVALE, TX

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65 89 RAASCH, GUY SWEENY, TX 07 WILLIAMS, WHITLEY 99 SANDIA, TX 66 464 MCFADDEN, CAYDEN ODESSA, TX 02 HANCOCK, MACY 454 SAN ANGELO, TX 67 368 HAWKINS, KAYCE HONEY GROVE, TX 04 NUGENT, TRENTON 377 GILMER, TX 68 189 SMITH, BOOMER PLEASANTON, TX 08 MCNEILL, KIRBY 179 PLEASANTON, TX 69 77 CURRY, TREVOR RICHMOND, TX 07 NAVARRO, RAZZI 88 CAT SPING, TX 70 16 DOBBS, CORT BRYAN, TX 09 HEMPHILL, BRYLEE 24 NORMANGEE, TX 71 304 BASS, SOUTHERN WIMBERLEY, TX 06 HASS, HAILEY 318 HEMPSTEAD, TX 72 123 LATTNER, ZANE LIVINGSTON, TX 05 STANLEY, MADISON 145 LUFKIN, TX 73 340 STEPHENS, GUS LOCKHART, TX 06 BAILEY, DALYS 300 MAXWELL, TX 74 302 BALDWIN, CAROLINE BOERNE, TX 06 SHEDD, CODY 335 VICTORIA, TX 75 506 KANADY, KYLER BRECKENRIDGE, TX 03 SHIELDS, GEORGIA 524 LUBBOCK, TX 76 389 YARBROUGH, LOGAN PALMER, TX 04 CREECH, DALLY 362 TERRELL, TX 77 413 JOHNSON, TRYCE HAPPY, TX 01 CLEMENTS, SHAY 402 STRATFORD, TX 78 486 BERTSCH, TAYGAN STEPHENVILLE, TX 03 CHAMBERLAIN, CHAYNI 489 STEPHENVILLE, TX 79 378 PRIEFERT, COLLIN MT PLEASANT, TX 04 BLANCHARD, VIE VIE 359 MCKINNEY, TX 80 129 MURRAY, MATTHEW JASPER, TX 05 JENKINS, MADISON 117 HAMSHIRE, TX Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2019) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2019) Performance 81 405 ELLIOTT, CARSON VERNON, TX 01 LANE, JAYLEE 417 MORSE, TX 82 27 JOHNSON, RYAN BRENHAM, TX 09 CADWALLADER, ALLI PAIGE 8 HUNTSVILLE, TX 83 184 SCHILLING, STRAN VALLEY SPRING, TX 08 PHILLIPS, GENTRI 181 COMFORT, TX 84 424 REYNOLDS, RYE SILVERTON, TX 01 TIMBERLAKE, RIDLEY 432 HEREFORD, TX 85 86 MCCULLOUGH, LOGAN COLLEGE STATION, TX 07 SIMPTON, CEILY 2 NAVASOTA, TX 86 460 LEMOND, NEWT ANDREWS, TX 02 MURPHY, ALLIE 469 SNYDER, TX 87 461 LEWIS, SAM AMARILLO, TX 02 HOOPER, KATLYN 455 CALRSBAD, NM 88 219 COFFELL, TREVIN IREDELL, TX 10 KOONSMAN, JORDYN 229 BLUM, TX 89 183 RINGELSTEIN, CASPER PLEASANTON, TX 08 TIFFEE, TARYN 194 ROBSTOWN, TX 90 491 DEARING, KREECE PARADISE, TX 03 HICKS, PAYSON 500 STEPHENVILLE, TX 91 332 PENCE, JHETT SEGUIN, TX 06 OHRT, AMY 330 VICTORIA, TX 92 420 MARTIN, WESLEY VEGA, TX 01 GOMEZ, HARLEE 407 WELLINGTON, TX 93 168 GARCIA, JT KINGSVILLE, TX 08 THOMAS, KENNA 193 MICO, TX 94 182 REDDEN, RAINE D’HANIS, TX 08 MCDANIEL, JAYCEE 177 SABINAL, TX 95 497 HARRIS, WYATT SAN ANGELO, TX 03 MYERS, TIERNEY 511 VAN, TX 96 309 CRAINER, TREVOR CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 06 DAVIS, MEKENNA 310 HUNTSVILLE, TX 97 122 LANKFORD, DAWSON RUSK, TX 05 DAVIS, TAYLOR 111 ALTO, TX 98 453 GRIFFIN, SAMUEL ELDORADO, TX 02 CLINTON, BRYNN 444 ODESSA, TX 99 174 MANGUM, LAYTEN JOURDANTON, TX 08 VICKERS, MALLORY 197 JOURDANTON, TX 100 72 BYLER, BLAZE BELLVILLE, TX 07 SEAY, KAKI 92 BEASLEY, TX 101

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TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH RODEO ASSOCIATION NEWS

TJHRA Region IX:

Remember to Thank Our Sponsors

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egion 9 had a awesome season this year. There were some changes and we had so many of our contestants and families step up to offer help in so many ways. We were the largest region in the state with 75 contestants in all. More the most, these 75 did not hardly miss a rodeo this season. The competition was some of the best I have seen in the junior high arena from the roping, speed, rough stock to tying of goats. There are several Region 9 contestants that will be shining after the last run in Gonzales at the State Finals. Our biggest thanks go to the awesome sponsors that stepped forward and made Region 9 great again! We can not thank you enough…if you see one of these sponsors please make sure you thank them for believing in Texas Junior High Rodeo and Region 9 GOLD BUCKLE: ANCO INSURANCE MANAGERS, SILVER BUCKLE: BILL FICK FORD, SADDLE SPONSORS: AGGIELAND BUSINESS PARK, BATTEN DRILLING,BUD CROSS FORD INC., CALDWELL, FIRST STATE BANK OF BEDIAS, HOLLY WATER WELLS, KAWASKI OF CALDWELL, MID-SOUTH SYNERGY, SCOTT THOMAS SADDLERY, SILVER HORSE RANCH, TERRY AND KELLY PRUITT, TEXCRETE READY MIX, EVENT SPONSORS: ANCO INSURANCE, JOE & JENNA BEAVER, CAVENDERS, GLEN E TROUT COMPANY, WIESNER CHEVEROLET – HUNTSVILLE, JD WILSON RANCH, LLC, ZWERNEMANN FLOORING, LLC, BUCKLE SPONSORS: BUD CROSS FORD, INC., CALDWELL, COLEMAN & PATTERSON REAL ESTATE – BRET RICHARDS, COMMUNITY SERVICE CREDIT UNION – 2 BUCKLES, FIRST FINANCIAL BANK, HOUSTON COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP, JACK HILLIARD DOZER SERVICE & MATERIALS, JOSH SACULLA MEMORIAL BULLRIDING – BULL RIDING BUCKLE, LEHMAN’S PIPE & STEEL, LONE STAR TRUCK GROUP, MARTINEZ TREE SERVICE, MID TEX LIVESTOCK, PARAMOUNT PROPERTY ANALYSTS – 2 BUCKLES, POWLEDGE LAND SERVICES, LLC – JOHN TOM POWLEDGE RND RUSTICS, SAN JACINTO FARM BUREAU, SCARMARDO CATTLE COMPANY, TEXAS EQUINE HOSPITAL, TEXAS PROPANE, NORA & RICK THOMPSON, FRIENDS OF REGION 9: WAYDENE BURKE, GINGER PAGEL, HUNTSVILLE POLICE OFFICER ASSOCIATION, HUNTSVILLE TRUCK AND TRACTOR, OUTLAW SPIRIT, R&M PHOTOS, STACEY WRIGHT, TEXAS GATE & PANEL, TRES RIOS WC TRACTOR

We look forward to coming to Gonzales and having the best finals of all!

2018-2019 JUNIOR HIGH STATE DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE BOARD NATIONAL DIRECTOR JOHN E. BLAND

806-679-2037

jeblandnspade@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT SCOTT SHOOK

281-437-8214

scottshook@yahoo.com

1st VICE PRESIDENT BRENT CHARLESWORTH

432-386-6214

brent@crcompany.net

2nd VICE PRESIDENT JOE RICHARDS

806-676-5970

joe@diamondcattlefeeders.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM DAVID FREEMAN

832-221-1253

chlfreeman@yahoo.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM SHANE HANCOCK

254-379-3516

shanehancock74@yahoo.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM ERIC HUSTON

817-368-0159

duaneoverton6113@gmail.com

DELEGATE 1 YEAR TERM STAN MCDONALD

979-229-5963

stanmcdranch@aol.com

DELEGATE 1 YEAR TERM MARIE SMITH 830-570-7058 bmsmith1996@sbcglobal.net SECRETARY ANNE DOLLERY 979-412-2551 texasjuniorhighrodeo@gmail.com

STATE DIRECTORS

Region I MATT HOGANSON GUY ELLIOTT LANCE GAILLARD

flyingM79@hotmail.com glelliott@wilbargercscd.com lsgaillard@yahoo.com

806-440-1961 940-839-6354 806-898-3748

Region II CASEY BAIZE 512-618-9233 KEITH KENT 325-665-8100 SHANE HANCOCK 254-379-3516 Region III VENITA DEARING 817-223-5355 KEVIN STEWART 817-307-7303 ERIC HUSTON 817-368-0159

coolchickroper@yahoo.com meb522@yahoo.com duaneoverton6113@gmail.com

Region IV AMY BEAM SEAN SUNDBERG JAMES TETTENHORST

LJRanchGRL@aol.com sundberg.sean@yahoo.com JamesTettenhorst@gmail.com

214-435-1579 919-518-6690 903-521-1511

csbaize@yahoo.com keith@johnroleylevelland.com shanehancock74@yahoo.com

Region V RICHARD BALDWIN 936-332-5466 DERIS MARTIN 936-366-1568 BILL WHITE 337-304-0748 Region VI CLAY OHRT 361-571-1040 GARRET OHRT 361-649-4060 TOMMY OHRT 361-550-5202

ohrt6@hotmail.com Julesoh@hotmail.com 1107cattle@yahoo.com

Region VII KIMMI BYLER CODY KENNEY DAN SIMPTON

bcross1@aol.com Cody.Kenney28@gmail.com dansimpton@yahoo.com

979-472-0034 979-922-9534 936-870-5779

r.baldwin147@icloud.com derismartin@yahoo.com whiteacresranch1@yahoo.com

Region VIII BEN ELLIS 361-701-1886 ben_ellis78@yahoo.com MATT SCIBA 361-571-7888 scibaadjuster@gmail.com MARIE SMITH 830-570-7058 bmsmith1996@sbcglobal.net Region IX STAN MCDONALD 979-229-5963 stanmcdranch@aol.com JOHN SCHUENEMAN 979-268-4994 john.schueneman@gmail.com BRAD DYER 832-928-1647 braddyer@live.com Region X JAMES KOONSMAN 254-717-6211 jamesk74@yahoo.com BRANT WARD 325-895-1662 ward23@gte.net RENEE WEITZ 512-217-8165 weitzrr@gmail.com STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT JESSI EVERETT V.PRES CEILY SIMPTON SECRETARY ZOEY HORTENSTINE PRINCESS AMBER SIMONS

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SPEED WILLIAMS PREPARES REGION X TEAM ROPERS

by AVERY FOEGELLE – TJHRA Region X Student Secretary

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peed Williams, winner of 8 consecutive Team Roping World Titles, and father of Hali (Region X Junior High All Around Cowgirl), and Gabe (Region X Junior High Boys Rookie of the Year), donated his time to put on a team roping clinic for Region X competitors. The purpose of this clinic was to prepare the Region X team roping competitors for the TJHRA State Finals in

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Gonzales, Texas, as well as a major fundraiser to provide travel funds for the State Finals qualifiers. Speed Williams provided his Speed Trainers, individual participant videos with feedback, and horsemanship pointers and guidance. The 2- day clinic was packed with activities that focused on improving each participant’s performance. The clinic offered the students an opportunity to share information and learn from each other. The clinic not only provided travel funds for Region X but the opportunity for the students to meet and learn from a world class athlete. At the conclusion, everyone agreed they were better prepared for state finals and wanted the clinic to become an annual event.


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TJHRA OFFICIAL DRAW

SADDLE BRONC STEER RIDING Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) Performance 1 395 ANDERSON, CLAYTON CLARENDON, TX 01 2 11 CART, ETHAN HAMSHIRE, TX 09 3 399 BAUMANN, THATCHER CANYON, TX 01 4 78 FOX, COLIN MANVEL, TX 07 5 72 BYLER, BLAZE BELLVILLE, TX 07 6 423 PROFFITT, BENNY CANADIAN, TX 01 7 508 LANE, COOPER KELLER, TX 03 8 110 COOK, LANDON ALTO, TX 05 9 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 10 91 SCHILL, BRAYZE WEST COLUMBIA, TX 07 11 527 SMITH, ROPER CROWELL, TX 03

TEAM ROPING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (June 1,May 31, 2019) Performance 1 490 CRISWELL, KALLI MASON, TX 03 HOPKINS, CTERLING 502 LOVING, TX 2 399 BAUMANN, THATCHER CANYON, TX 01 JOHNSON, TRYCE 413 HAPPY, TX 3 172 HINES, GAGE DILLEY, TX 08 SMITH, AIDEN 188 PEARSALL, TX 4 374 MORRIS, BRAYDEN TERRELL, TX 04 MURRAY, JAKE 375 COOPER, TX 5 1 EVERETT, JESSI TARZAN, TX 02 SANDERS, HAYDEN 475 OVALO, TX 6 405 ELLIOTT, CARSON VERNON, TX 01 REYNOLDS, RYE 424 SILVERTON, TX 7 26 JENSEN, BRYCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 FARRIS, CLAY 19 MADISONVILLE, TX 8 111 DAVIS, TAYLOR ALTO, TX 05 RAMBIN, CHASE 136 BENTON, LA 9 171 GARZA, RYAN FALFURIAS, TX 08 GARCIA, JT 168 KINGSVILLE, TX 10 346 WREN, LANDRY HARPER, TX 06 WREN, DAWSON 345 HARPER, TX 11 438 BELCHER, BRITTON STERLING CITY, TX 02 PATTON, PASON 470 LUBBOCK, TX 12 432 TIMBERLAKE, RIDLEY HEREFORD, TX 01 KENNEDY, CUTTER 415 CANADIAN, TX 13 56 WEST, TANNER MADISONVILLE, TX 09 MORRIS, WES 41 MADISONVILLE, TX 14 531 WALKER, SHANKS ACKERLY, TX 03 DELUNA, LEVI 493 IOWA PARK, TX 15 6 BOYD, CORT CENTERVILLE, TX 09 WILLIAMS, TY 58 MADISONVILLE, TX 16 141 SCARBER, TUCKER TENAHA, TX 05 SCARBER, TYCE 142 TENAHA, TX 17 137 RAYMOND, JUSTIN CENTER, TX 05 CHAMBERS, GEORGE 108 BENTON, LA Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 18 109 COMER, ELI CARTHAGE, TX 05 KAY, DEAKON 119 JOAQUIN, TX 19 421 MCCREARY, ABBY AMARILLO, TX 01 SUGGS, JT 430 BUSHLAND, TX 20 74 CANALES, TRESTON PORT LAVACA, TX 07 FOX, COLIN 78 MANVEL, TX 21 48 SMITH, WALKER BEDIAS, TX 09 SMITH, WILL 49 BEDIAS, TX 22 467 MORRIS, JANTSEN MULESHOE, TX 02 MORRIS, JAYDEN 466 MULESHOE, TX 23 192 THIGPEN, PADEN PEARSALL, TX 08 TSCHIRHART, TYLER 195 CASTROVILLE, TX 24 135 PUGH, COLE JASPER, TX 05 SHOFNER, SAM 144

JASPER, TX

Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2019) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2019) Performance 25 118 JENKINS, RILEY LUFKIN, TX 05 OLIVER, BOSTEN 132 LUFKIN, TX 26 110 COOK, LANDON ALTO, TX 05 LANKFORD, DAWSON 122 RUSK, TX 27 318 HASS, HAILEY HEMPSTEAD, TX 06 HASS, RJ 319 HEMPSTEAD, TX 28 82 GIERISCH, KADE ROSENBERG, TX 07 SONNIER, CARSON 95 BOLING, TX 29 31 MAZURKIEWICZ, COLBY WALLER, TX 09 LAWS, JAKE 29 KINGWOOD, TX 30 337 SHELTON, RILEY GOLIAD, TX 06 OHRT, KYLER 331 VICTORIA, TX 31 52 THOMPSON, RYAN HUNTSVILLE, TX 09 LANGLEY, HOLDEN 28 HUNTSVILLE, TX 32 491 DEARING, KREECE PARADISE, TX 03 LEWIS, CALEB 509 WEATHERFORD, TX 33 158 BOMER, KYLIE UTOPIA, TX 08 REDDEN, RAINE 182 D’HANIS, TX 34 183 RINGELSTEIN, CASPER PLEASANTON, TX 08 VALADEZ, BRENDEN 196 GEORGE WEST, TX Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2019) Performance 35 315 GARZA, BUCK GONZALES, TX 06 MENDOZA, SAMUEL 328 CARRIZO SPRINGS, TX 36 247 STARNS, ZANE PORT LAVACA, TX 10 ANDREWS, SAMANTHA 205 LLANO, TX 37 112 DELAFOSSE, LUCCASEE POLLOK, TX 05 MARTIN, KASH 127 LUFKIN, TX 38 96 TOMLINSON, JAZ SEALY, TX 07 BYLER, BLAZE 72 BELLVILLE, TX 39 460 LEMOND, NEWT ANDREWS, TX 02 LEWIS, SAM 461 AMARILLO, TX 40 429 STOKER, JAXON CANYON, TX 01 MARTIN, WESLEY 420 VEGA, TX 41 57 WILLIAMS, CLAY MADISONVILLE, TX 09 SCOTT, BRAEDON 47 HUNTSVILLE, TX 42 462 MABEN, MACYE SPUR, TX 02 RICHARDS, LUCY 473 HEREFORD, TX 43 189 SMITH, BOOMER PLEASANTON, TX 08 MANGUM, LAYTEN 174 JOURDANTON, TX 44 227 JONES, WYATT LORENA, TX 10 ASHFORD, ACE 207 LOTT, TX 45 410 HOGANSON, GAGE PAMPA, TX 01 PROFFITT, BENNY 423 CANADIAN, TX 46 216 CAVERLY, WYATT MAYPEARL, TX 10 ROGERS, LAYNE 242 MENARD, TX 47 46 SACULLA, ZAILI BRYAN, TX 09 DOBBS, CORT 16 BRYAN, TX 48 170 GARCIA, WILLIE UVALDE, TX 08 MCDANIEL, JAYCEE 177 SABINAL, TX 49 417 LANE, JAYLEE MORSE, TX 01 HILL, FLINT 409 CANADIAN, TX 50 126 LOGGINS, LANE SHELBYVILLE, TX 05 MURRAY, MATTHEW 129 JASPER, TX 51 450 ELLERD, JERYN LEVELLAND, TX 02 WALLIS, CADE 479 BIG SPRING, TX Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2019) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2019) Performance 52 46 SCHOEPF, KADE KILLEEN, TX 10 MUCHA, RYAN 234 ROGERS, TX 53 116 GRIFFIN, JACKSON JOAQUIN, TX 05 BROOKS, TRISTIN 105 POLLOK, TX

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4th ANNUAL 2019 TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH RODEO ASSOCIATION 5K COLOR GLOW FUN RUN/WALK AND KIDS K SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2019

Runners/Walkers: Get ready to kick off the 2019 Texas Junior High Rodeo Association State Finals with a 5K Color Fun Run! The 5K will start at 8:00 PM at Independence Park. The Kids K will follow suit. Kids are welcome to bring their bicycles for the race. Each early regsitrant will receive a free T-Shirt! Deadline to receive a shirt is April 15, 2019. Awards will be awarded to the top Male and Female runner of each standard age division. The age divisions are 10 & under, 11-13 years old, 14-18 years old, and adults.

You may register online at www.athleteguild.com, by mail or at the event until 7:15 PM. Registration fee for 5K Color Fun Run/Walk: $25.00 Kids K, 10 & under: $15.00 Register after 4/15/19 or at the event: $30.00 Texas Junior High Rodeo Association Mail entry and registration fee to: PO BOX 1818, Gonzales, TX 78629 FMI: Maci Meyer 281-610-7346 macikmeyer@yahoo.com

THE 4TH ANNUAL TJHRA 5K COLOR FUN RUN/WALK AND KIDS K IS A ROAD RACE, BE PREPARED TO HAVE FUN!

I, the undersigned, agree to release and discharge the Texas Junior High Rodeo Association, the organizers of said Run/Walk, the participants of said Run/Walk, and any other persons connected with this Run/Walk, from any liability from any accident and/or injury that might occur to me as a result of my participation in this Run/Walk. Name (Please Print):_____________________________________________ Age on 01/01/19:_______ Sex: ______ Address: ______________________________________ City: __________________ State: _______ Zip: __________ Cell # ___________________ Runner/Walker or Guardian’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: ____________ T-Shirt (circle one): Adult- S M L XL Child- S M L

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53rd Annual Burleson County Youth Rodeo July 19-21st, 2019

Buddy & Edile Lightsey Covered Arena South Hwy 36 – Rodeo Drive, Caldwell, Texas 77836 60% Payback = 30% long go, 10 % short go, 60% average Stalls and hookups available when you arrive (no reservations)

24 Event Buckles | 6 All Around Saddles

SHORT GO FOR TOP 10 IN EACH EVENT WILL BE @10:00AM ON SUNDAY, JULY 21ST

Free Admission to Rodeo Families and Public To Download an Entry Form Go to: www.burlesoncountysaddleclub.com

Mutton Bustin’ Fiesta July 19 & 20, 2019

Friday @ 6:00 pm & Saturday @ 12:00 pm

BUCKLES GIVEN TO BOY AND GIRL TWO DAY AVERAGE WINNER!

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HUNTSVILLE TRUCK & TRACTOR, INC. – HUNTSVILLE HAMMER EQUIPMENT, LLC – JASPER FIVE STAR RENTALS/SALES, INC. – KERRVILLE SCHERER KUBOTA – LA GRANGE PETERS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO. – LIVINGSTON BAGLEY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT – LONGVIEW TCT INCORPORATED – LUBBOCK HAMMER EQUIPMENT, LLC – LUFKIN EWALD KUBOTA, INC. – MARBLE FALLS HAMMER EQUIPMENT, LLC – NACOGDOCHES WC TRACTOR - NAVASOTA – NAVASOTA NORMANGEE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO. – NORMANGEE RUCKER EQUIPMENT COMPANY – PALESTINE PARIS FARM & RANCH CENTER, INC. – PARIS PANHANDLE IMPLEMENT CO., INC. – PERRYTON PITTSBURG TRACTOR, INC. – PITTSBURG JAMES BROS. IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. – PLAINVIEW CASS COUNTY EQUIPMENT – QUEEN CITY BOBBY FORD TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT – RICHWOOD THE HLAVINKA EQUIPMENT COMPANY – ROSENBERG ANGELO PELLETS, INC – SAN ANGELO BOB EVANS EQUIPMENT, INC. – SAN AUGUSTINE W. A. VIRNAU & SONS, INC. – SEALY EWALD KUBOTA, INC. – SEGUIN SIX AND MANGO EQUIPMENT, LLC – SHERMAN LANSDOWNE-MOODY COMPANY – SPLENDORA MOORE’S SERVICE CENTER – STAR TEXSTAR KUBOTA – STEPHENVILLE FARM COUNTRY, INC. – SULPHUR SPRINGS EWALD KUBOTA, INC. – TAYLOR WC TRACTOR - TEMPLE – TEMPLE TEXARKANA TRACTOR COMPANY – TEXARKANA LOWE TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. – TYLER AG EQUIP., INC. – UVALDE SCHERER KUBOTA – VICTORIA TIPTON INTERNATIONAL, INC. – WACO CENTRAL KUBOTA, LLC – WAXAHACHIE ELLIS TOPLINE EQUIPMENT, LTD. – WEATHERFORD LANSDOWNE-MOODY COMPANY – WEBSTER BEREND TURF & TRACTOR, LP – WICHITA FALLS DEEN KUBOTA, LLC – WILLS POINT


Texas Kubota dealers are proud supporters of the THSRA & TJHSRA! Make sure to stop by your local Kubota dealer and visit us at

TexasKubotaDealers.com or kubota.com

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