Bareback Riding at the 2014 Stonyford Rodeo                                        Photo by Chris Haylett

 

72nd Annual Stonyford Rodeo

Our 72nd year for Stonyford's annual PCRA rodeo will be May 2 & 3, 2015. It's two days of rodeo excitement. The first day is on Saturday May 2, 2015. The day begins with breakfast, followed by a charming little parade through town, then the rodeo at 1:00 p.m. The second day's events begin at noon on Sunday, May 3, 2015.

For reserved seats, contact:
Rodeo Tickets
 

Tickets will be available in early-year 2015 at the following locations:

  • Stonyford General Store, Stonyford
  • Carl's Feed, Willows
  • Boot Barn, Chico, Anderson & Yuba City
  • Bucke's Feed & Grain, Orland
  • Marie's Lakeshore Feed, Clearlake
  • Rainbow Ag, Lakeport
  • Mendocino Co. Farm Supply, Ukiah

Plenty of free parking.

Speciality Act

To be announced.

Two new photographers contribute pictures to our website

Darrell Jensen is a long-time fan of the Stonyford Rodeo. He attended his first one, he says, in 1947. He was school mates with Brother & Dick Moore and friends with Daryl & Joyce Bond for “100 years.” He is an amateur photographer who has been taking pictures for a long, long time. He photographs all types of events and frequently takes pictures for Willows High School.

Chris Haylett is former Community Church Pastor John Smith’s son-in-law. He, his wife, and children were visiting in Stonyford during rodeo week, and he was kind enough to assist Roy Stewart in photographing Saturday’s rodeo action. Chris is an aspiring missionary, and he and his family are on their way to a missionary post in Columbia. Chris is retired U.S. Air Force, where he served for 23 years working primarily as a photographer.

Click on Photographs to see their work

Press Releases

The following press releases describe events or performers at 2014 Stonyford Rodeo. Click on the link to download the article.

Comments and Feedback

Please use the Contact (top or right) link to leave us your comments and/or feedback, as they are very much appreciated and will help us improve the rodeo and this web site.

To download the brochure click here later for page 1 and here for page 2.

Driving Directions:

  • From the south: Take Interstate 5 and exit at Maxwell (approximately 80 miles north of Sacramento), and follow the signs for East Park Reservoir and Stonyford. Stonyford is approximately 28 miles from Maxwell at an elevation of 1200 feet. Go here for a map.
  • From the north: Take Interstate 5 and exit on SR162 at Willows. Turn right at the end of the exit ramp and follow SR162 to Elk Creek. After crossing Stony Creek, turn left and follow the signs to Stonyford.

2014 Rodeo Results

To view or download the results of the 2013 PRCA and Amateur events, click here.