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The Best of the Best Timed Event Rodeo is a competition for high school rodeo athletes competing in the events of tie-down roping, barrel racing, breakaway roping, pole bending, goat tying, steer wrestling and team roping. It is NOW open to 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the 2019-2020 school year.
Best of the Best 2020 will be held Tuesday, June 23rd- Saturday, June 27th, 2019 in Gallup, New Mexico at Red Rock Park Arena. RV check-in will be available starting Sunday, June 21st and registration will begin on Monday, June 22nd at 8:00 am with a mandatory meeting on Monday, June 22nd at 4:00 PM in the grandstands.
Event payouts are of course based upon actual participation. There is NOW $24,000 in added money guaranteed for the rodeo. 80% of entry fees will be paid out. Payouts are expected for 1st round, 2nd round, short go, and for average winners. In addition, average winners will receive a saddle; reserve average winners will receive a buckle all go round winners will receive Classic Equine protective boots.
Contestant parent event average winning teams will receive "Hot Heels" roping machines.
* We are only accepting online entries. All entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM on June 8th, 2020. No exceptions.
What documentation is required for registration?
In order to register for Best of the Best 2020, a contestant must have been enrolled in the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade of the 2019-2020 school year.
The following items are required:
These items may be e-mailed to Andy Tedder email@example.com. You may also bring the documents with you to the rodeo.
You will also need a current Coggin’s for each animal upon arrival at the rodeo grounds.
If you have questions or wish to confirm receipt of your registration, please call us at (505) 879-6181
RV and Stall check-in will begin on Sunday, June 21st, 2020 at noon.
Contestant check-in will begin on Monday June 22nd @ 8 am. There is A MANDATORY MEETING this year on Monday, June 22nd @ 4:00 P.M. in the grandstands.
The draw will be posted on the website and Facebook on Friday, June 19th at 8:00 am. Draw outs will be handled with a vet or doctor’s release ONLY! NO EXCEPTIONS!
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City Ordinance defined weeds as all rank, noxious, poisonous, harmful, unhealthy vegetation, deleterious to health, and shall include, but is not limited to, the following names plant families: Mustard Weeds, Pigweeds, Russian thistle, Ragweeds, Kochia.
It is duty of any owner or any occupied or unoccupied property to cut the weeds and remove the cutting or any accumulation of weeds as often necessary in order to comply with the provisions in the City Ordinance. This includes the area located between the property line and the middle of the alley adjacent to the property, and the area located between the property line and the curb, any group of high weeds, or any accumulation of weeds.
You can contact the Code Enforcement Office at 505.863.1240 or file a report online at the City of Gallup website: www.gallupnm.gov under the “Report A Concern” tab.
The property owner will need to contact the Code Enforcement Office to determine what steps are needed to remediate the violation. The City Code Enforcement Officer will work with the property owner to a reasonable extent, if the property owner fails to take action then it will be turned over to the City Attorney for legal action that may include filing of a criminal complaint with Municipal Court with a lien placed on the property.
Weed overgrowth are not only known for allergies but are also hazardous to individuals and pets on the premises. Overgrowth of weeds due to irregular maintenance can lead to hazards that include: providing breeding grounds and shelters for rats, mice, snakes, mosquitoes, and other vermin; insects and pests; fire hazards; further weed growth; potential hiding of other hazards such as debris that could may cause injury or harm to individuals on the property.
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1. Go to utilities.gallupnm.gov and go to "New Users: Start Here" and click "Create a Profile".2. Enter your ACCOUNT NUMBER and last 4 of SSN. Click "Next."3. Enter a valid e-mail address and create a password and click "Next."4. The system will send an activation e-mail to the address you provided. Check your "Junk Mail" as it may have gone there. Inside the e-mail, click on the link to activate your account.
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The phone number for the Gallup Municipal Airport is (505) 879-0639. KT Aero Aviation is the FBO and may be contacted at the following:
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Formal sealed bids or proposals are to be submitted by mail or in person to the Purchasing Department prior to opening date and time. All bidders submitting bids or proposals that have assigned bid numbers, titles, and opening times should utilize the return mailing label or mark their envelope with the following information:
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Late bids or proposals will be returned unopened to the vendor. Sealed bids and proposals are accepted in the Purchasing Office during normal business hours Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
Only Purchasing personnel are authorized to commit the City for purchases in excess of $1000.