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The Mother Lode Round-Up




General chairman
Al O'Brien

Parade chairmen
Jim Opie

2015 Parade Results
The Tuolumne County Cup
1st Country Cowboy Church
The Mother Lode Round-Up Sweepstakes
1st Connie Hawkins and Pogonip
Class 1 - Commercial Floats
1st OnStage Dance Studio
2nd Sierra Heavy Duty RV and Truck Center
3rd Skyline Place and Terrace Memory Care
Class 2 - Service Club Floats
1st Sonora Emblem Club # 124
2nd Twain Harte Rotary
3rd Community Service Unit
Class 3 - Service Club Floats, Junior
1st Summerville FFA
2nd The Tuolumne County Ranch Riders
Class 4 - Service Clubs, Walking
Class 5 - Special or Comic Floats
1st Sonora Geezers
2nd Kountry Kids Preschool
Class 6 - Color Guards, Walking
1st Vietnam Veterans of America
2nd Shriners Color Guard and Marching Patrol
Class 7 - Best Individual Character or Characters, Walking
1st Five Claw Martial Arts
Class 8 - Specialty or Novelty Acts, Senior
1st Mother Lode Shrine Clowns
2nd Alchemist Shrine Clowns
3rd Dancing Queen of Columbia
Class 9 - Specialty or Novelty Acts, Junior (to age 18)
1st American Sports Gymnastics
Class 10 - Best Pooper-Scooper Entry
1st St. Matthews Lutheran Church group 1
2nd St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church group 2
Class 11 - Special or Unique Musical Groups
Class 12 – Church/Religious Organizations
1st Azusa Street Riders
2nd Country Cowboy Church
3rd Christian Heights Church
Class 13 – School Entry
1st Summerville High School Cheerleaders
Class 14 – Animal Entry (non-horse)
1st Live Oak Veterinary Hospital
Class 15 – Non-Profit Organization Entry
1st Sonora Regional Medical Center
2nd Global Belief Project
3rd Girl Scouts Golden Timbers
Class 16 - Drill Teams
1st Randi Murray’s Dance Studio
Class 17 - Best Military, Group or Individual
1st VFW Post 3154 Honor Guard
2nd VFW Post 12118 and Ladies Auxiliary of Copperopolis
Class 18 - Fire Department Entry
1st Columbia Engine CO #1 and Columbia Fire District
2nd US Forest Service – CAL FIRE – Tuolumne County Fire Department
3rd Sonora Volunteer Fire Department
Class 19 - Horseless Carriage, Antique or Classic Auto
1st Trent and Amy Rudloff
2nd McCoy Tire Auto Service
3rd Ray Woolsey
Class 20 - Car Clubs
1st Sonora “A”s
2nd Mother Lode Volkswagen Club
3rd Mother Lode Region Antique Auto Club of America
Class 21 - Motorcycle Clubs
1st Aahmes Motorcycle Patrol
Class 22 - School Bands Non-Competition
Class 23 - Non-Competition and Political Entries Non-Competition
Class 24 - Color Guards, Mounted Junior (to age 18)
1st Sierra Cowgirls
Class 25 – Family Mounted Groups
1st Rountree Sisters
Class 26 - Mounted Groups
1st Calaveras Tuolumne Cattle Women
2nd Twain Harte Horsemen, Inc.
Class 27 - Novice Mounted Group (open)
1st Joanie Gisler’s Lazy G Bar Ranch
Class 28 - Mounted Drill Team (open)
1st Spurs N’ Lace
Class 29 – Individual Rider (open)
1st The Lodge: Christian Retreat Center and Zoe’s Coffee Shop
Class 30 - Sheriff’s Posse (open)
1st Monterey County Sheriff’s Posse
Class 31 - Silver Mounted (open)
1st Shrine Mounted Patrol
Class 32 – Novelty-Fiesta Costume, Junior (to age 18)
Class 33 – Novelty-Fiesta Mounted Group (multiple riders)
1st Back Country Horsemen of California
Class 34 – Fancy Dressed, Senior
Class 35 - Matched Pairs (2 riders)
1st Leslie Cowboys
Class 36 – Working Western, Junior (to age 18)
1st tie: Lil’ Cowboy Cort and Ruby Jane Riedel
Class 37 – Working Western, Senior
Class 38 – Future Horseman (ages 1 - 8)
1st Ella Njirich
2nd Paige Njirich
3rd Jessica Reiben
Class 39 – Horse-Drawn Vehicles
1st Country Doctor Davey Wiser
Class 40 – Miniature Drawn (open)
1st Connie Hawkins and Pogonip
Class 41 - Other
Class 42 – Get Your Horse and Go to Town Non-Competition
Submit Your Application Form

Download the Entry form (above) and you may either fill it out by typing into the fields, save the file and re upload it using the form above. Use the PayPal buttons to make payment to go along with your form.
If you prefer, you can fill out the form and mail it in to us with a check or money order.

Parade Entry Fee: $25.00

The world famous Mother Lode Round-Up Parade kicks off in Downtown Sonora at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 9th, and will feature nearly 200 parade entries marching, trotting and rolling down the entire length of Washington Street. As usual, thousands of spectators can be expected, lining the street to watch and cheer. It draws over 20,000 visitors and spectators and has become one of “the events to see” in California. The Parade has grown to 5 Sections of over 200 entries.

Remember, the Parade begins at 10am on Saturday, May 9th and there'll be a crowd so get there early to find a place to park and to stake your claim on place watch along Washington Street.

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