Cave Creek Memorial Arena Rodeo Grounds 2017-05-02T00:34:26+00:00

Cave Creek Rodeo 2017

March 31 – April 2

Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA)

Cervi Champion Rodeo

Rodeo competition begins at 7 pm on Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1.  Final performances are 1 pm on Sunday, April 2.

  • The lineup of top-ranking PRCA contestants is expected to draw thousands of attendees including cowboys, cowgirls, and pro-rodeo fans. In addition, more than 25 vendors will provide food, drinks and shopping.
  • Highlights include the Wrangler National Patriot Day on Friday. Attendees on Saturday are encouraged to wear rodeo colors of purple and turquoise, and pink on Sunday for the “Wrangler Tough Enough to Wear Pink Cancer Awareness,” campaign.
  • Rodeo gates open two hours prior to each event. Admission to the PRCA evening events is $20 per person, and free for children five years of age and under with the purchase of an adult ticket. Seating is first come, first serve.
  • Admission to the Rodeo Slack Round is free for all ages, and includes calf roping, team roping, barrel racing, and other activities starting at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, April 1, at the Cave Creek Memorial Arena.
  • Stockman VIP Tickets are available for an enhanced experience including special seating, open bar, hosted dinner and limited exclusive parking.
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  • Stockman’s VIP Tickets are also available with limited seating. Attendees can purchase a $525 Stockman’s Club membership that includes two tickets for all rodeo performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with VIP seating, dinner and cocktails.
  • One day Stockman’s Club VIP seating is $125 per person for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. This includes rodeo performance, VIP seating, cocktails and dinner.

Cave Creek Memorial Arena
37201 N. 28th St
Cave Creek, AZ  85331
480-488-6622

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2017 Cave Creek Rodeo Results

All-around cowboy: Cody Cabral, $1,280, steer wrestling and team roping.

Bareback riding: 1. Zack Brown, 83 points on The Cervi Brothers’ Blow Torch, $1,625; 2. Wyatt Denny, 82, $1,231; 3. Kash Wilson, 81, $887; 4. Jamie Howlett, 79.5, $591; 5. Clayton Biglow, 78.5, $345; 6. (tie) Kyle Charley and Logan Corbett, 78, $123 each.

Steer wrestling: 1. Dirk Tavenner, 4.2 seconds, $1,547; 2. Cody Cabral, 4.3, $1,280; 3. Luke Branquinho, 4.5, $1,014; 4. Blaine Jones, 4.7, $747; 5. Trey Nahrgang, 5.1, $480; 6. (tie) John Franzen and Clayton Tuchscherer, 5.7, $133 each.

Team roping: 1. Jade Stoddard/Jordan Olson, 6.3 seconds, $1,892 each; 2. Clay Ullery/Riley Wilson, 6.9, $1,645; 3. Trey Blackmore/Bruce Reidhead, 7.1, $1,398; 4. Hal Earnhardt III/Victor Aros, 7.4, $1,152; 5. Lucas MacKenzie/Carl Sweazea, 8.1, $905; 6. Ty Blasingame/Tanner Luttrell, 10.2, $658; 7. Corey Whinnery/Derek Pake Younger, 10.4, $411; 8. (tie) Jake Rodriguez/Jason Hershberger and Shay Carroll/Nano Garza, 12.1, $82 each.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ck Iverson, 79.5 points on The Cervi Brothers’ Wise Guy, $1,663; 2. (tie) Ryder Wright, Alex Wright and Landon Mecham, 79, $924 each; 5. Kobyn Williams, 78, $353; 6. (tie) Jake Salcito and Corey LeFebre, 77, $126 each.

Tie-down roping: 1. Westyn Hughes, 8.8 seconds, $1,772; 2. Luke Jeffries, 9.1, $1,466; 3.
(tie) Josh Peek and Derek Runyan, 9.3, $1,008 each; 5. Kevin Peterson, 10.5, $550; 6. Kyle Lucas, 10.9, $306.

Barrel racing: 1. Barbara Johnson, 15.95 seconds, $1,603; 2. Jill Welsh, 15.97, $1,374; 3. Sarah Kieckhefer, 16.03, $1,145; 4. Hope Raley, 16.14, $992; 5. Leigh Ann Billingsley, 16.15, $763; 6. Sydni Blanchard, 16.17, $611; 7. (tie) Blythe Beshears and Dedra Stambaugh, 16.18, $382 each; 9. Jody Heisler, 16.19, $229; 10. Nicole DeMers, 16.20, $153.

Bull riding: * 1. Boudreaux Campbell, 87 points on 4L & Diamond S Rodeo’s Generation Wild, $2,338; 2. Jeremy Kolich, 82, $1,867; 3. Rowdy Cook, 77.5, $1,463; 4. Craig Begay, 77, $1,060; no other qualified rides. *(all totals include ground money).

Total payoff: $56,194.

Stock contractor: The Cervi Brothers. Sub-contractors: Cervi Championship Rodeo, 4L & Diamond S Rodeo and Salt River Rodeo. Rodeo secretary: Sunni Deb Backstrom. Officials: Mike Jones and Mark McKinlay. Timers: Vicki Pack and Mary Brunner. Announcers: Doug Mathis and Dan Fowlie. Specialty act: Justin Rumford. Bullfighters: Zachary Call and Jimmy Lee. Clown/barrelman: Justin Rumford. Flankmen: Chuck Kite and Scott Pickens. Chute boss: Binion Cervi. Pickup men: Chase Cervi and Randy Britton. Photographer: Greg Westfall. Music director: Joshua Hilton.