High Desert Team Penning Association
Copyright 2010 High Desert Team Penning Association

Website Created by Amy Rasmussen

Website Administrator
Our goal is to provide a family oriented, friendly, competitive atmosphere for everyone. Team penning and ranch sorting are the fastest growing equestrian sports and offer competition for every riding ability. We compete and/or practice on cattle about once a month. If you are new to penning and sorting, please check out the About Sorting and About Penning pages for more information.

Please contact HDTPA with any questions you may have!

Welcome to High Desert Team Penning Association!
Classes for Everyone!

55% of entry fees returned to winning teams!
OPEN - $25 per go - 4 go limit
PROAMNOV (pennings only) $20 per go.
#8 Team Handicap (sortings only)- $20 per go - 4 go limit
DRAW $15 per go #10 team handicap (sorting only)
Jr's $10 per go
NOV $15 per go

The 2013 ratings are updated! Any request for changes should be made in writing to:
Rating Committee
Emailed to HDTPA.reno@gmail.com

Directions to Winnemucca Ranch

Take Pyramid Hwy north to Winnemucca Ranch Rd. It's about a half mile before the mustang facility. Stay on road about fourteen miles.
Photos courtesy of Mike Goo Photography
Our meeting location is Pinocchio's on S. Virginia St.
Next Meeting
Thursday April 3rd 6:30pm

Quality Hay & Delivery
848-9086 / 240-4891


March 23rd Rancharrah
April 27th Rancharrah
Tentative May 18th Location ??

For more information on team penning and ranch sorting please visit www.teampenninginfo.com

Liberty Mutual Insurance
Shawna Wraught
775-323-8600 ext 58272
Thank you to Ray and Amy Callahan for the use of their cattle
Rancharrah Address
6001 Talbot Lane, Reno, NV
Directions to Sandyland, in Pleasant Valley

On 395 South. The ranch is 4 miles past the Mt. Rose intersection on the east side of 395 (left) just past the entrance to our hay yard you will see a guard rail and the entrance is just past the guard rail on the left, it looks like you are pulling into a pasture and you are!! If you are coming from Washoe Valley or farther south the entrance will be just past Laramie Drive on your right. It is a very tight turn and narrow entrance coming from the South so be careful. If you have a long rig you may want to go up to Ames Lane turn around and come back to it.