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HIGH SCHOOL RODEO 2021
April 16 – 18, 2021

Sanctioned by the Alberta High School Rodeo Association, it is with pleasure the St. Paul Agricultural Society will host the three day Junior & High School Rodeo event for the 22nd consecutive year at the St. Paul AG Corral. However, with strict Covid restrictions in place, this rodeo will look quite different.

2021 Events

FRIDAY, April 16

Jr. Wrangler Rodeo
13 events for cowboys & cowgirls from Grade 6-9.

Cutting Competition (following Jr. Rodeo)
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SATURDAY, April 17

Rodeo Start Time 12:00pm

SUNDAY, April 18

Rodeo Start Time 10:00am

Admission: No admissions will be allowed due to Covid restrictions.
Daily Door Prize: not applicable in 2021
Major Sponsors: Real Country 97.7, Cornerstone Co•op,
Location: St. Paul Ag Corral
Address: 5322-48 Ave (South at the R.C.M.P Detachment)

Inquiries & Info

Brian Pederson, Committee Chair, (780) 656-0181
Diane Belland, Thursdays Only, (780) 645-4373

Visit Alberta High School Rodeo Association Website


High Point (Men’s & Ladies)
Team Roping – Header
Team Roping – Healer
Steer Wrestling
Tie Down Roping
Bareback Riding
Goat Tying
Barrel Racing
Pole Bending
Breakaway Roping
Saddle Bronc Riding
Bull Riding
Cutting (Ladies)
Cutting (Men’s)

CHAMPIONSHIP AWARD SPONSORS

Attitude Corral
B & D Industrial
Black Truck Paving
BOS Oilfield Services
Canadian Natural Resources
Caouette & Sons Implements
Coldwell Banker
Cooperators Saik Ins Ltd
Gary Ward
Fountain Tire
Highmark Maintenance & Services Ltd
Joly’s Porta-Weld & Trucking
Ken & Linda Richter
Lakeland Rodeo Association
Location Cats
Northern Source Rentals
Performance Motorsports
Pure Country Backhoe Service
Rapid Water & Septic Ltd
Ricky Ticky Wanchuk
Smitty’s Restaurant
St. Paul Journal
St. Paul Seed Cleaning Association
T.J. Dirt Works
Trailer Canada
Wayne & Roxanne Bailey

2nd, 3rd, and 4th prizes in all events donated by Real Country 97.7 and Cornerstone Co•op

Chute Sponsors: B&D Industrial, Coldwell Banker, Fountain Tire, Ken-Lin Meadows, St. Paul Journal.