Fight Hunger Night brought 11 Produce Mascots to the Track
Miss California Rodeo Salinas 2014 Jynel Gularte, Fresh Prince of Broc of Church Brothers and Miss California Rodeo Salinas 2015 Taylor Howell pictured.
Shane Proctor, former World Champion Bull Rider from Grand Coulee, WA riding a Western Rodeo bull tonight. Photo by Richard Field Levine.
SALINAS, CA – Night two of the 105th California Rodeo Salinas got two thumbs up from fans. Mutton Busting, fireworks and trick riding was a big hit. 13, 172 people attended to watch the Rodeo and track action. Attendance was up over 1,200 tickets, or 10%, from the Friday performance in 2014. The Produce Mascot Race stole the show on the track to benefit Ag Against Hunger. Mascots from Bengard Ranches, Church Brothers, Dole Fresh Vegetables, Mann Packing, Naturipe Berry Farms, Ocean Mist Farms, Pacific International Marketing, Sakata Seeds, Tanimura & Antle, Taylor Farms and The Nunes Company raced down the track with Church Brothers Fresh Prince of Broc taking the glory.
Rodeo action in the arena didn’t disappoint either; full results can be found at www.carodeo.com; the rodeo results can be found here courtesy of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
Don’t miss the Salute to Military Day presented by Tanimura & Antle on Saturday July 18th or the Pendleton Whisky Day of Champions and Man Up Crusade Day on Sunday July 19th at the Rodeo. Tickets are available at www.carodeo.com, 1034 N. Main Street or by calling 831-772-6500. Prices are $7 for children, $14 for adult general admission and $20 for adult reserved seats.
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About the California Rodeo
The California Rodeo Salinas will take place July 16-19th, 2015. The California Rodeo Association is a not-for-profit organization that strives to preserve and promote the traditions of the California Rodeo Salinas and the West. We support the community and other non-profit organizations through the staging of the annual California Rodeo Salinas and other year round operations of the Salinas Sports Complex. Through donation of our facility, vending and fundraising opportunities during Rodeo and other events, the California Rodeo Association returns between $200,000 and $300,000 annually to local non-profits. For more information about the California Rodeo Salinas, log on to www.CARodeo.com or call the California Rodeo -Office at 831-775.3100. ‘Like’ the California Rodeo on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CARodeoSalinas or follow us on twitter @CaliforniaRodeo for updates, photos and more.