Please refer to this page for updates and all important information pertaining to our district rodeos.
Feel free to reach out to your District Secretary for any questions or concerns.
The website is the official source of information, however we also share updates on our facebook page.
Do not send facebook messages – you will not receive a reply.
All executive positions are voted on by the membership. All executive attend meetings and are allowed one vote each.
Adult President, Vice President and Secretary positions are for two (2) year terms.
All other positions are for one (1) year.
ADULT Vice President
STUDENT VICE PRESIDENT
2023-2024 Event Directors will be updated when available.
|Ribbon Roping||Jayme Lillico||Ava Boxma & Laci Pole|
|Tie Down Roping||Robert Curtis||Owen Butterfield|
|Team Roping||Nolan Ziebarth||Blake Bowyer|
|Girls Breakaway||Marcie Butterfield||Grace Havens|
|Boys Breakaway||David Elder||Luke Hronek|
|Girls Goat Tying||TBD||Presley Wittmack|
|Boys Goat Tying||Tammy Hronek||Blaze Torkelson & Cruze Edge|
|Chute Dogging||Trygve Pugh||Gage Duncan & Rex Curtis|
|Pole Bending||Becky Becker & Joanne Pole||Molly Becker|
|Barrel Racing||Pam Havens||Ellie Havens|
|Bull Riding||Craig Walker & Jessie Torkelson||Jax Torkelson|
|Saddle Bronc Steer||TBD||TBD|
|Bareback Steer||Quinten Baird||Riley Baird|
Stay on top of all upcoming rodeos, entry and call in dates, and other deadlines.
You must have an active NHSRA membership in order to enter a sanctioned AHSRA rodeo. There are two ways to enter.
Online entries are done through EQuest Events. Entries typically open on Fridays, three (3) weeks prior to each rodeo, and remain open for 11 days.
Your confirmation number will be stored on your profile.
Call ins are one night only, two Tuesdays before the rodeo date from 6:00 to 10:00 pm. If you need to make changes to your online entry, you must do it on call in night.
No late entries are ever accepted.
Entry fees are paid at each rodeo when you arrive.
Entry fees for the 2023-2024 season are as follows:
Barrels and Poles I $25
Timed Stock events and Junior High Rough Stock I $35
High School Rough Stock I $60
At each rodeo, contestant need to hand in a Parental Release Form with their parent’s signature.
Twice per year, contestants need to hand in a Principal’s Signature Form to the rodeo office. (Homeschooled students need to hand in a HomeSchool form.)
Once at the beginning of the Fall Season
Once at the beginning of the Spring Season
All turnouts must be sent to Jamie Thorsteinson at firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT TEXT OR CALL.
Entry Fees – If you turnout after entries close, you must pay your entry fees.
Turnout Fines – Turnouts that are received less than 48 hours before the start of the first performance are subject to a fine of $60 per day (this does not include vet / medical releases). Turnouts that are submitted more than 48 hours prior to start of rodeo are not subject to fines. A turnout for bereavement is still considered a turnout – all fees and fines apply.
Vet Release – A vet note must be provided by Wednesday at 5:00pm following the rodeo that you vetted out. The vet note must state that the horse could not compete.
Medical Release – you need a note to medical back in if it was an injury. If it was the flu or illness then you need a doctor’s note stating you were too ill to compete. Medical notes must also be in by the Wednesday at 5:00pm following the rodeo. A doctor’s note is required in order to return to competition.
Let us know if you have any questions or concerns, or if you’re interested in sponsoring our provincial Junior High or High School finals.
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