The Ramona Outdoor Community Center, Inc. (ROCC) is located at 421 Aqua Ln, Ramona, CA 92065 and has become a staple of the community.
If you’d like to host an event at the R.O.C.C, call (760) 788-0811.
The rodeo encompasses everything that makes Ramona beautiful. We have such a unique, beautiful town and way of life that you just don’t find many places anymore – it is true Americana.
Ramona has so many things that make it unique – from our horses, small businesses schools and vineyards, to the amazing people who live here and the true camaraderie and spirit of friendship that is alive in our community truly make it a special and unique place to live.
Heritage and Tradition run deep in Honeycutt Rodeo.
Walt Alsbaugh (Jerry Honeycutt’s Grandpa) began his rodeo career back in the 1930’s. Rodeo was his life for more than 60 years. He won his first rodeo in 1931 at the age of 13, and competed in every event in rodeo except the Bareback Riding. In the late 40’s, Walt used his vast knowledge of rodeo to become a Rodeo Stock Contractor. Over the years he was recognized as one of the top Contractors in the Rodeo World and was awarded some of the most prestigious honors the Rodeo Industry bestows including (but not limited to):
Roy Honeycutt, (Jerry’s Dad) continued the tradition and extended the business to include some of the best stock in the rodeo business raised on his ranch in Colorado. World Champion Bucking Horse and Bull Breeding programs continue to be the foundation of Honeycutt Rodeo.
Today, Jerry Honeycutt credits his dad, Roy, for teaching him how to put on a top notch, fast-paced and high quality professional rodeo. And he’s honored to carry on his grandfathers’ dream of producing professional rodeo. Honeycutt Rodeo is now five generations strong, and has been producing Rodeos spanning eight decades.
“It takes a lifetime to build up respect, and just because I’m the grandson or son of professional rodeo stock contractors doesn’t mean I can live my life off them,” Jerry finishes. “You have to earn your own respect, and that’s most important to me, My goals are to put God first, be a good husband and father, and produce great rodeos.”
“I look forward to carrying on the tradition of producing top notch rodeos and cannot wait to see what the next 80 years holds for Honeycutt Rodeo.”