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Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center

3800 SE Airport Way

Redmond, OR 97756

(541) 548-2711


Linde Von Köding - Scottsdale, AZ

Patrick Flaherty - Scottsdale, AZ


Deb Fortner

Enter ONLINE @

Questions about entries can be sent to Deb at 

***Pre-entry Deadline is Wednesday October 12th.  Entries received after that date will incur a $25 late fee per horse***  


Nick Jones - Banks, OR

(503) 312-7015


Just In Live Stream

Video fee is $15 per run and includes FREE downloads.                  


Elizabeth Knight Photography


Comfort Inn & Suites

2243 SW Yew Court

Redmond, OR 97756

For reservations call (541) 504-8900 and ask for the CRRHA group rate.

RV RESERVATIONS: All RV parking is next door at the Expo RV park.  Call (541) 585-1569 to reserve your spot or reserve online at  

Dry Camping is limited but available for $25 per night.  Please add to your entry form where dictated.  


Stalls are $295 for arrival Tuesday, October 25th and departure Sunday, October 30th.  

This INCLUDES stall mat rental and 5 bags of shavings.  

Stall Reservations can be made on


If you need to stay Sunday night after the show, a $30 additional night will be charged.  

Additional shavings are available at the show for $10/bag.  NO OUTSIDE SHAVINGS ARE ALLOWED ON DCFE GROUNDS.


Haul-ins shall pay a $30/horse haul-in fee (one fee for the entire show), payable to the show secretary.  All over-night horses MUST be stalled.  No overnight stalling in or tying to trailers.  

PAID WARM-UPS: Paid warm-ups will run all day Wednesday, October 26th.

Priority will be given to sponsors based on sponsorship level.  Each slot will be 6 minutes.  The arena will be dragged once every hour.  

OPEN ARENA: The First Interstate Bank Center arena will be open following the final exhibitor of the day until 7 AM the following morning.  Standard schedule will be enforced with circling at the top of the hour and fencing on the half hour during busy times. Open arena hours are subject to change pending completion of each day’s classes.  


NRHA APPROVED CLASSES:  All Aged Events will pay-out using NRHA payback schedule “B” (deeper payout); all other classes will use schedule “A” (normal schedule).  Awards for all NRHA classes will be based on NRHA guidelines.  

CRRHA CLASSES: Membership in the CRRHA is not required to enter CRRHA classes. Winner of all club classes will be awarded a custom buckle and there will be prizes awarded for 1st through 5th places.

FUTURITY/DERBY/MATURITY ENTRIES: Futurity horses may be shown one-handed in the bridle or two-handed in a snaffle or hackamore. Derby & Maturity horses are to be shown one handed in any legal bridle.  A buckle will be awarded to the Champion and there will be prizes awarded through 5th place in each division.

***Entries for all Futurity, Derby and Maturity classes will be due by 5 pm the night before the class.  Draws will be posted by 8PM the night before.  Late Futurity, Derby and Maturity entries will be added as negative draws.  

OPEN FUTURITY: Only 3 year old horses are eligible to compete.  

DERBY: 4-5-6-7 year old horses are eligible to compete.  

NOVICE HORSE DERBY: 4-5-6-7 year old horses are eligible to compete and must have less than $2500 in NRHA earnings as of Jan 1, 2022.

MATURITY: Horses ages 7 and up are eligible to compete.

ROOKIE FINALS: The Top 5 (plus ties) from the CRRHA Rookie class will be invited to compete in a clean slate finals Friday evening before the Non Pro Futurity.  There will be no Entry Fee or Judges fee.  All finalists will receive an award and the Champion will be awarded a Trophy Saddle and buckle.  An awards presentation will follow the class and before the Non Pro Futurity.  

***You must enter the CRRHA Rookie class to be eligible for the Rookie Shootout Finals!***


CRRHA Novice Horse Open and Non Pro:  Follows NRHA Novice Horse Lv 3 guidelines.

CRRHA Rookie:  Follows the NRHA Rookie Lv 2 guidelines. You must enter the CRRHA Rookie to be eligible for the Rookie Shootout Finals.

CRRHA Youth 13 & Under:  Any youth rider age 13 and under as of January 1st, 2021.

CRRHA Youth 14-18: Any youth ages 14-18 as of January 1st, 2021.

CRRHA Short Stirrups:  Follows NRHA Short Stirrups guidelines.

CRRHA Youth 18 & U - follows NRHA 18 & U guidelines.  There will be a special YOUTH circuit buckle for the cumulative high-scoring youth from FRIDAY & SATURDAY’s CRRHA YOUTH 18&U CLASSES!  *Separate buckles and prizes will be given to the individual youth age divisions showing on Sunday.*  

CRRHA Non Pro: Follows NRHA Non Pro guidelines.

CRRHA Prime Time Non Pro: Follows NRHA Prime Time Non Pro guidelines.

CRRHA Masters Non Pro:  Follows NRHA Masters Non Pro guidelines.

CRRHA Green Reiner: Follows NRHA Green Reiner Lv 2 guidelines.

CRRHA Limited Non Pro: Follows NRHA Limited Non Pro guidelines.

CRRHA Open:  Follows NRHA Open guidelines

THE HIGH-SCORING APHA - OPEN, NON PRO and YOUTH  will receive an RTIC cooler and additional prizes thanks to the CENTRAL OREGON PAINT HORSE CLUB.  Scores count from any class, and will be awarded to an Open Rider/Horse, Non Pro Rider/Horse and a Youth Rider/Horse.  Please be sure to enter your horse’s APHA registration number when doing your entry for your score to be eligible!


The “Never Won a Buckle” Class is open to any Non-Pro or Youth rider that has never won a buckle in reining competition.  A custom buckle will be awarded to the Champion and there will be prizes for 1st-5th place.

COSTUME CONTEST/LEADLINE - The Costume class is open to any and all humans, horses and dogs regardless of age.  You do not need to be mounted on a horse or even have a horse to participate in the costume class.  There will be prizes for all participants!  

ADDITIONAL CLASS INFORMATION: Show entries should be submitted to the office by 5:00PM on the evening before each show day. The office will close from approximately 5:00PM to 6:30PM each day to prepare the draws for the following day. We anticipate the draws will be posted at approximately 8:00PM on the evening before each show day. Class entries will continue to be accepted until the start of the classes however; once drawn, late additions will be the first to show. Late adds to Sunday classes will be added to the end of the draw. Note that NRHA regulations prohibit refunding of entry fees once drawn. “Drag” periods are tentatively scheduled and may be altered from time-to-time after postings as deemed appropriate. Management reserves the right to alter the show, the arena and schedules at any time as circumstances may dictate or as may be deemed appropriate.


RVs - All RV camping is located at the Expo Center RV Park.  For reservations call (541) 585-1569 or book online at        

Dogs - DCFE is within Redmond city limits and therefore the city’s leash law must be complied with.  This means that dogs MUST be kept on a leash at all times and all persons are required to clean up after their dogs or risk being issued a citation.  Dogs are allowed in First Interstate Center on a leash.

Horses - Please keep horses out of Center Circle Park and off of all lawn areas.  Horses are to be washed in designated areas only.  No horses are allowed in the RV park.  All overnight horses MUST be stalled (no stalling or tying in trailers).

COVID 19 SAFETY GUIDELINES:  The NRHA recommends show management take all necessary precautions to protect show staff, facility personnel and exhibitors. The health and safety of the performance horse community is the top priority for the Columbia Reining Horse Association. Exhibitors should not attend the show if they have been in contact with anyone exhibiting COVID‐19 symptoms within the last 14 days, have a fever or other symptoms or are immunocompromised. The CRRHA May Days Celebration is closed to the general public. We ask that everyone in attendance at this show follow current Oregon State guidelines with regards to COVID‐19 related social distancing and face coverings. We also ask that you respect the policies put in place at the CRRHA May Days Celebration, The Deschutes County Fair and Expo, and the Columbia River Reining Horse Association to ensure the health and safety of exhibitors, show staff and facility staff. The warm-up area immediately adjacent to the show arena will be limited to the 10 horses up next in the draw for the class that is running. In order to give the horses warming up as much room as possible, no large groups, strollers, chairs, etc. will be allowed in the warm-up area.

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