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Membership Info

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Be sure you understand what is involved in being a member of high school rodeo. This is especially important for new members or anyone who is new to rodeo.


It is mandatory that each AHSRA member sells one book of raffle tickets (Total value $400). Raffle proceeds are extremely important to the continued operations of AHSRA – funds are used towards scholarship payouts to graduates, and to help put on our provincial finals. 

Each district has a volunteer ticket coordinator, who works with the Provincial Raffle Coordinator, Terrie Barkshire to distribute and track raffle tickets. 

Failure to hand in your raffle tickets by April 1st will result in disqualification from the Provincial Finals. 

See more details on our Raffle page.

ATTIRE & back numbers

Full Western attire is mandatory and must be worn one hour prior to rodeo time until one hour after the rodeo has ended

This includes a western hat, long sleeved shirt (must be tucked in, wrist length sleeved shirt, with collar and cuffs – no sweatshirts, T-shirts or pullover sweaters allowed), western boots, and western trousers at all times during a performance. This includes, all competition arenas, chute areas, stock working areas, any contestant in any seating area, whether competing or not. 

Shirt sleeves must be rolled down. The only exception to this rule will be in bareback riding and bull riding; a rider may roll up sleeves as necessary to eliminate either a hang up or to accommodate necessary wrapping and/or support for the elbow. After competition, contestant must adhere to attire rules. 

Back numbers must also be worn at all times while you are in the community where the current rodeo is being held. 

You may make photocopies of your back number and laminate them. Members are encouraged to have several back numbers, one for each jacket. The NHSRA issued back number is the number you should wear in the arena. See our Rules page for more details.


Your district rodeo schedule is posted on your district page. You can also check the calendar, which shows online entry dates, call in entry dates.

All entries can be done online through the EQuest Event system. If you miss online entries, or need to make a change to your online entry, you must do that by phone on call in night. See more details on our Entries Information page. 

forms and reports

Members are required to have parental consent to participate in each rodeo. This form must be handed in at each rodeo, and must be signed by a parent. 

Members are also required to hand in a Principal’s Signature Form (Or Homeschool Form) twice per year – once at the beginning of the fall and again before the spring season. 

Report cards must be uploaded by February 1st to remain in good standing. 

See more details on the Become a Member page. 


All members of the AHSRA are required to follow a very specific set of deadlines. Failure to meet some deadlines may result in not being allowed to compete at rodeos or the provincial finals. See details on our Deadlines Page.

Contact Us

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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Thank you to Codi Wilson, our PR Officer for coordinating our social media content with our members and partners.

Get your AHSRA apparel from Coyote Designs, the official supplier of AHSRA apparel. Members are welcome to place orders directly with Sheri – download and print the order form here.

Questions? Contact Sheri Laye at 403-333-5421
Email Orders to sheri@coyote-designs.net
Graduates - Don't forget to claim your ASHRA scholarship money!
Scholarship payouts take place only 3 times per year. The first payout will be on October 15th - but you need to submit your documents before then to be included in this payout. Send an email to ahsraoffice@gmail.com with the following information:
- Proof of payment to post secondary school
- Scholarship certificate (if you have it)
- The address where you want the cheque sent
Questions? Contact the provincial office at 780-305-9640 or ahsraoffice@gmail.com.
Reminder to members - please ensure you turnout correctly in order to avoid fines. 
Email ahsraturnout@gmail.com

See details on the website at https://albertahsrodeo.com/rodeo-entries/
Or read Section 3.11 of the Policy Manual:  https://albertahsrodeo.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/AHSRA-Policy-Procedures-Manual-08-04-2023.pdf
Entries for the fall season are opening soon and the AHSRA is using a new entry system called EQuest Event. This system is built and supported by the same people who created the NHSRA Membership system. 

Before you can enter rodeos, you will need to: 1. Create your EQuest Event account and 2. Link it to your NHSRA profile (You will need your NHSRA username and password so you can link it to your EQuest account.)

See this website article for full details including support videos and step-by-step instructions. https://albertahsrodeo.com/our-entry-system-has-changed/

This information has been shared directly to all members via text message and email as well.