Prescott Entries open on Sunday, May 21 and close 5/25/2023

We utilize an online entry system that is contingent upon your membership being approved.

Linda is currently reviewing everything submitted and will email you if something is incorrect or missing.

ALL Entry questions go to Rodeo Secretary, Patsy at: or 520-213-4213

Other Rodeo Questions go to State Secretary, Linda at or 520-560-2387

Beginning with the 2021 Season 5th Graders can now become Junior High members and compete

2022-23 Memberships Open July 1st


Safford Rodeo Membership Deadline:  March 6th – (Junior High – this is your final deadline to be a member to make required rodeos to compete at State Finals)
Sonoita Rodeo Membership Deadline: Mar 20th – High School – This is your final deadline to be a member to make required rodeos to compete at State Finals)



If your FORMS and payment are not complete, reviewed and approved by date noted above you will not be able to enter the next rodeo. NO EXCEPTIONS!

If you do not meet the 1st rodeo membership deadline, you can still complete your membership by the designated due date to compete in the next rodeo.


Membership Process

1.  Go to NHSRA Member Portal

***  Are you a returning member?  DO NOT create a new account***
contact Linda for username and email address associated with your account

2.  Create/Update Member information as directed

3.  Pay all membership fees online

Jr High Total Membership –  Approx $309.57     (This included a $100 mandatory fundraising requirement)
High School Total Membership –   $ 345.87    (This includes a $100 mandatory fundraising requirement)


4.  Print all Nationals Documents

* National Membership Application
* National Minor (Member) Release

5.  See Additional Instructions for link for State Forms (Print State Forms)

* State Waiver of Liability/COVID Release
* Social Media Policy
* W9



***Membership and All Applicable Forms are only available through National Membership Portal after membership dues are paid***

6. Sign and Notarize all documents as needed

7. Log into Member Portal and upload ALL Forms

*  National Membership Form – Signed by member and parent/guardians
*  National Minor Release – Signed by member, parents/ guardians  *Notarized*   (All 3 names must be listed on bottom lines by Notary stamp)


*  State Waiver of Liability/COVID Release – Signed by parents/guardians *Notarized*
*  Social Media Policy – Signed by member and parents/guardians
*  W9

If you are a new member – upload birth certificate and report card from 2021-22 school year


Can’t remember Username?

1. Text Linda 520-560-2387 with member name and email address
She will text you back the username:
2.  Tutorial video available for refresher



Have Membership Questions:


Linda Compton: 520-560-2387 or

 If there are issues with your forms Linda will email you, otherwise, please be patient as she works through all of the forms.

Are you Transferring from another State?

1.  Complete National Membership process and select Transfer
2.  A Transfer form will be generated.
3.  The National office will route for National Director approvals.




Frequently Asked Questions

Question:   Do I need to attend a school with a rodeo Team?

Answer: No.  You need to be enrolled in school and be in 5th through 8th grade for Junior High and 9th through 12th for High School.

Question:   Do I need to find my own Team Roping or Ribbon Roping Partner?

Answer:  Yes.  It is up to the contestant to have a partner.   We create a post on Facebook to assist members with finding a partner.

Question:  Do I have to be a member to compete at AHSRA sanctioned Rodeos?

Answer:  You are able to enter 1 rodeo weekend as a non-member to compete for payout and prizes (No season points will be awarded)   There is a $12 non-member fee and 2 forms are required to be signed and notarized.   Contact Linda Compton 520-560-2387 or

Question:  How do I enter a Rodeo?

Answer:  Rodeo Entries are completed online.  The rodeo entry link will be posted on this page when entries are open (approximately 2 weeks before the rodeo).

Question:  Can I draw out of a Rodeo?

Answer:  A draw out for any reason can be completed up to 48 hours before the rodeo with a refund of entry fees, providing Rodeo Secretary is notified via text or email.   A draw out for veterinary or medical reasons with a vet or doctors note can be completed inside the 48 hours or at the rodeo if a horse or rider become injured or ill after check-in.  A veterinary or doctors excuse must be received by 6 pm of the Monday following the rodeo.  

Question:  Who can compete at State Finals?

Answer:  Any member that has competed in 3 regular season rodeo days can enter the State Finals in the events they compted in a minimum of 3 times as a member.

Question:  Who Goes to National Finals from Arizona?

Answer: The top 4 in points at the end of the State Finals are qualified to attend NHSRF.  Points are cumulative of regular season and State Finals.

Question:  Rodeo Weekend?

Answer:  Each day of a rodeo weekend is a separate rodeo.   We run single go-round rodeos.  Only the State Finals is an average.  State Finals is 3 go-rounds with an average.