MILFORD - Malibu Dude Ranch owner, Dr. Allan Detweiler, announced the ranch is hosting a two-day rodeo for the Pennsylvania High School Rodeo Association (PHSRA). The event is a fundraiser to benefit the PHSRA and participants compete to earn points.
     Come watch these courageous young cowboys and cowgirls demonstrate their strength and skills.
      Rodeo for the junior and senior divisions is scheduled for Saturday, May 10 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, May 11 at 11 a.m.  Tickets are $10. Ages 4 and under are admitted free. The Detweiler family is donating 100 percent of ticket sales to the PHSRA.
     Students in grades 6 through 12 with good academic grades compete in bull riding, saddle bronc, bareback riding, barrel racing, roping, steer wrestling and more. They earn points toward state finals to be held the end of May. The top four in each event at the state level will qualify to represent Pennsylvania and compete nationally with over 1,500 contestants.
    PHSRA is a family oriented association established in 1990. It promotes high standards of conduct and sportsmanship along with keeping our Western heritage alive. Go to for more details.
   Malibu Ranch was established in 1928 and offers genuine western hospitality with horseback trail rides, cattle drives and recreation opportunities for all ages. Dr. Allan and Phyllis Detweiler own and run the family-oriented ranch located at 351 Foster Hill Road just three miles up Seventh Street from Milford in Westfall Township. Visit or call 800-8MALIBU to learn more.