Howdy! Welcome to

67th Annual
Springville Sierra Rodeo
April 24-25-26, 2015
3 PRCA Rodeo Performances
Rodeo Parade & Dances
Barrels & Bulls & More!
Thrills & Spills at the Biggest Little Rodeo in the West!

Springville Sierra Rodeo Schedule Of Events

Friday April 24, 2015

          7:00 pm     Barrels & Bulls & Motorcycle Barrel Race
          8:30 pm     Country Music
          9:00 pm     Queen's Coronation Dance

Saturday April 25, 2015

          7:00 am      Back Country Horseman Breakfast
          2:oo pm      Rodeo Parade Downtown Springville
          2-5   pm      Happy Hour - Rodeo Concessions 1$ Off Draft Beer
          3:00 pm      Mutton Bustin'
          5:00 pm      Hide Race
          6:00 pm      PRCA Rodeo & Grand Entry - Silver Dollar Dig
          9:00 pm      Dance at Rodeo Grounds

Sunday April 26, 2015

          7:00 am      Back Country Horseman Breakfast
         10:oo am     Cowboy   Church Services
        12:30 pm      Pre-Rodeo & Mutton Bustin'
          1:00 pm      Special Events
          2:00 pm      PRCA Rodeo & Grand Entry & Silver Dollar Dig

Join us for the 67th Annual PRCA Rodeo in the foothills of the Sierra-Nevada mountains  April 24, 25 & 26  2015. Wonderful entertainment, fantastic food, and the thrills and spills of world class rodeo action are
 in store for those who Cowboy-Up in the Sierra! 

Our 2014 Queen Katie Hillen & 2014 Princess Mandy McCoy



Featured Attractions  

"Barrels & Bulls," Motorcycle Barrel Race and Queen's Coronation Dance, Downtown Parade, Miss Rodeo California, Hide Race, Silver Dollar Dig, Cowboy Clowns, Seven Wild and Wooly Professional Rodeo Events, with top Cowboys and Cowgirls.

Stock Contractors: Jeff Davis - Four Star Rodeo Company
Randy Corley (multiple appearances at the
NFR including 2014 & Springville Rodeo) 
Darrell "Diefy" Diefinbach
Donnie Castle (local Springville talent)
Barrel man
Brian Potter

Dal Bunn & Doc Boneigh

Digital Reader Board Video
Montex Rodeo Video


Tomas Garcilazo - Trick Roper

Tomas Garcilazo is a native of Mexico, where he began learning "Floreo de Reata" (rope artistry) at a very early age, as he was being raised in his family tradition and heritage of La Charreria. This richly developed skill is performed by Charros, who take extreme pride in their horsemanship and roping abilities. Having evolved over the past 500 years, an entire culture has been created around this fine form of equestrian activities. Today it is known as the National Sport of Mexico - La Charreria.

A lifetime of preparation, performances and competition of the discipline endured, La Charreria now affords Tomas brilliant control of the lariat as he orchestrates the splendor of Floreo de Reata. Incorporating a display of rope artistry with his horsemanship abilities, Tomas continues to leave a lasting impression with his engaging routines.

Collectively, Tomas's horses accompanying him in his performances pay full contribution to each of the captivating performances. Countless hours of training, discipline and patience become apparent as each horse displays his own unique abilities and talents. Their willingness to execute maneuvers and requests by their partner and friend Tomas, is a rare and honorable experience to witness.

Having performed all over the world, Tomas brings to each performance a lifetime of knowledge and experience. Tomas Garcilazo's proficiency as a skilled and accomplished horseman combined with his expert ability as a rope artist, defines him as one of the finest Charros presenting La Charreria today.

Rider Kiesner  - Famous Wild West Showman

Rider Kiesner

  Rider Kiesner is a multi-talented performer, a true Wild West showman. His performances include Whip Cracking, Gun Spinning, and his specialty, Trick Roping. Rider is considered one of the top trick ropers in the world. Given a Will Rogers trick roping kit for Christmas when he was 9 years old, trick roping became his passion, and he aspired to be the best. Studying the great trick ropers of the past and present, his dedication to the art has led him to numerous titles including 2004 Montie Montana Showmanship Award, 2007 Will Rogers Rising Star, 2007 Trick Roper of the Year, 2009 World Champion Trick Roper, 2010 World Champion Trick Roper and 2011 World Champion Trick Roper. Along with these titles, Rider has traveled and performed in all 48 lower United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Oman, Japan, U.A.E., France, and Lebanon. Born 5th generation into the horse industry, Rider's other interests are team roping and calf roping. He'll be dazzling the audiences at the 67th  Annual Springville Sierra Rodeo.


Friday and Saturday night:
Country Music by info coming

Mutton Bustin'
Saturday @ 3:00 PM & Sunday 12:30 PM
$10.00 per entry.
To register: Call, Text or Email
 Amber @ (916) 220-2730
Sunday, April 26th.: Tough Enough To Wear Pink


Admission Prices

               Adults $15.00
               6-12 Years old $8.00 - 5 and under free
               All 3 Performances Family Package - Sunday Only
               2 Adults & 2 Children $35.00
               Free Admission for all US Military
               Barrels & Bulls & Dance - Friday April 25
               Adults $15.00 - Children 6-12 $8.00
               Dance Only (after 9:00 pm) $5.00

Save $3.00 on Pre-Sale Rodeo Tickets at:

               The Hamburger Stand in Springville
               Evans Feed in Porterville



"Barrels and Bulls" and Queen's Coronation Dance, Downtown Parade, Miss Rodeo California, Hide Race, Silver Dollar Dig, Cowboy Clowns, Seven Wild and Wooly Professional Rodeo Events, with top Cowboys and Cowgirls.
Come see the action.

Free Parking at the Rodeo Grounds

34902 CA-190

Official Photographer  

Western Trade Show Info: 559-359-0713
Rodeo Info: Dennis             559-359-0336  

 Visit:  Springville Chamber   of Commerce Website