AHSRA
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

AHSRA is seeking Stock Bids for the 2021-22 rodeo season.  If you are interested in submitting a bid, please click on yellow button above for the infromation.  If you have any questions contact Mark Cook directly at 520-730-9433.
Completed bids must be submitted to Mark Cook at mark@northbowiefarming.com
Bids are due Sunday, May 30, 2021

Members will also be voting for Student Officers, Adult Officers and Event Directors at Check-in at Sonoita

Here is the list for your review.

Student Officers (Vote for 1 in each position)

President

Zane Compton

Tayler Kent

Rayna Billingsley

Vice President

Brett Woolsey

Brylee Banning

Callie Sims

Secretary

Adi Jo Martin

Ruby Robbins

Lily Nunn

Treasurer

Kadence Dorman

Riata Boyle

Kassidy Byrket

Adult Officers: (Vote for 1 in each position)

President:

Jason Andersen

Lee Banning

Vice President:

Jeff Hooper

Mike McCleve

Assn Secretary:

Linda Compton

Event Directors:

Bareback/Saddle Bronc: 
Eugene Barlow
Bull Riding: (vote for 2)
Dallas Bastin
Branden Johnson 
Pole Bending: 
Travis Brafford

Team Roping: (Vote for 1)  
Shawn Campbell
Beau Compton 

Calf Roping:   
Cutter Parsons
Cutting:   
Becky Sherwood
Ribbon Roping: (Vote for 2) Chad Graves
Nick Sarchett
Shooting:   
Ken Byers

 

 

Sonoita Rodeo Information

Jr High State Finals
May 7/8

*** In the Team Events***
You are listed as the team, not as Header/Heeler or Roper/Runner
Your points will be counted in your respective position

Junior High State Finals

    *May 7th – FRIDAY

    CHECK IN 7AM 

    8:30 AM 1ST GO ROUND

    There will be a 1 hour break between the 1st and 2nd round.

    1PM (approx) – 2nd GO ROUND

    ***Contestant draw order for the 2nd go round is reverse order of the 1st go round***

    3rd round will be in event placing order last to first for all events except Barrels and Poles (note rulebook pgs 50 and 51 # 13.)  The event placing order will be determined after the completion of the 2nd go round. 

    **Junior High State Contestant jackets can be picked up from Tammy Kelton on SATURDAY, May 8th between 8 am and noon near the HS Trailer.  If you cannot pick your jacket up, please make arrangements with someone to get it for you.  Jackets will not be shipped.

    **Raffle Tickets**

    Junior High Members need to turn in all outstanding raffle tickets/$$$ sold or unsold at Sonoita.
    (If you qualify for Junior High National Finals you can sell raffle tickets up until High School State Finals.)

     

    Rule on Loops in roping Events:

    Breakaway/Tie-Down

    Since this is your State Finals Two Loops can be used in Tie-Down and Breakaway Roping, not in Ribbons
    You must carry 2 loops in order to be able to throw 2 loops.   NO Rebuilding of a loop is allowed in Tie-down or Breakaway.

     Team Roping

    A total of 3 loops can be thrown in Team Roping.  Each contestant only carries 1 rope.   You can rebuild your loop in Team Roping only.

     If you have questions in your specific event and the rules, please find your event Director.

     

     

     

    FRIDAY ORDER OF EVENTS 1st AND 2nd GO ROUNDS – All in Main Arena

    BARRELS

    JR BAREBACK STEER RIDING

    CHUTE DOGGING

    JR SADDLEBRONC STEER RIDING

    JR STEER RIDING

    JR BULL RIDING

     GIRLS GOATS

     BOYS GOATS

    POLES

    RIBBON ROPING

    GIRLS BREAKAWAY

    BOYS BREAKAWAY

    TIE DOWN

    ***GRAND ENTRY***

    TEAM ROPING

    May 8th  – SATURDAY
    3rd AND FINAL ROUND  8:30 AM

    POLES

    JR BAREBACK STEER RIDING

    CHUTE DOGGING

    JR SADDLEBRONC STEER RIDING

    JR STEER RIDING

    JR BULL RIDING

    BOYS GOATS

    GIRLS GOATS

    RIBBON ROPING

    GIRLS BREAKAWAY

    BOYS BREAKAWAY

    TIE DOWN

    ***GRAND ENTRY/ PRINCESS CROWNING***

    We will be honoring graduating 8th graders in this Grand Entry.
    All JR Contestants be mounted for grand entry, if rough stock only and no horse please be in front of bucking chutes

    TEAM ROPING

    BARRELS

     

                    Contestant draw order of the final round will be in event placing order last to first for all events except Barrels and Poles (note rulebook pgs 50 and 51 # 13.)  The event placing order will be determined after the completion of the 2nd go round. 

    ***Reminder*** AJHSRA Finals does not payout.   You are competing for Finals prizes only

      Awards Banquet will be Saturday, May 8th in the evening after all point calculations are completed, not before 7:00 PM

      Awards Location:  Pioneer Hall 

      If you are a National Qualifier

      All of your National paperwork MUST be completed immediatley following the awards.

      This will include stalls, camping, optional jackpot, national jacket order, team shirt, etc.  

      • Make sure to bring:
        • SS# of contestant
        • Check Book

      EVERYTHING MUST BE COMPLETED THAT NIGHT!

      Shooting Information

      Date:  Thursday, May 6th

      Time:  Check in at 8:00 AM 
      Shoot at approx 8:30 AM

      Location: 
      Southeast Regional Park Shooting Range
      11296 S Harrison Rd
      Tucson, AZ 85747

      Junior High – This is your State Finals.
      You will shoot 3 rounds of Light Rifle

      High School – This is a regular rodeo for you.
      You will shoot 2 Rounds

      Rifle will shoot 1st with everyone on the line.   Once 2 rounds are complete the HS Shooters will come off the line, then Jr High will Shoot 3rd round.    High School will Shoot Trap after Rifle

      More details to follow.

       

       

       

      Patch Program – National Rule

      NHSRA PATCH POLICY:

      Effective for the 2020-2021 rodeo season

      For all NHSRA sanctioned events:
      ▪ Illegal/Inappropriate Signage: No person, animal, tack or equipment can display any form of signage while on grounds during any NHSRA sanctioned event promoting alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, vaping or any other product or service which is illegal for a minor to use or be in possession of.
      ▪ Exclusivity: any advertisement competing with NHSRA exclusive sponsors cannot be used. The exclusive sponsors are in the following categories: Jeans & Shirts (Cinch) and Boots (Corral).

      For all NHSRA State/ Provincial/ National Finals and any televised or livestreamed events:
      ▪ National Sponsors Advertising: All NHSRA National Sponsors can have any type of garment, vest, hat, tack or helmet advertising in any size, including stick-on, sew-on or embroidered patches.
      ▪ Non- National Sponsor Advertising in the arena and at awards presentation areas:
      – Non-sponsor advertising may not be larger than a 2.5”X3.5” area. This includes garments, hats, protective vests, helmets and tack. There will be no stick-on or sew-on patches for non-national sponsor advertising.
      – Garments, protective vests, hats: advertising must be embroidered into the fabric.
      – Advertising on tack must be permanently carved or pressed into the item and meet the same size requirements. A saddle may have a larger sponsor area but must be pressed or carved into the area. A saddle pad may have the standard branding on the wear leather.
      – Protective helmets: no non-sponsor advertising on helmets.
      – No more than one non-sponsor embroidered area per garment per sponsor.

      Penalty for violating these policies will be disqualification from this event. The NHSRA will not be responsible for covering or taping unauthorized advertising.

      High School Rodeo
      May 8/9

      High School Rodeo

      Dates:  May 8th and May 9th

      This is a regular rodeo for HS

      1st round is Saturday , May 8th 1 hour after JR High Completes, but will not be before 1:00 PM

      2nd round is Sunday, May 9th at 8: 30 AM

      Order of Events for HIGH SCHOOL

      MAIN ARENA

      BARRELS

      BAREBACK

      BAC BAREBACK

      SADDLEBRONC

      BULLS

      BAC BULLS

      GOATS

      STEER WRESTING

      POLES

      TIEDOWN

      BREAKAWAY

      TEAMS

      2nd ARENA

      **COWHORSE  1PM on Saturday**

      ***Both Rounds will take place on Saturday***

      Stable/Camp Reservations
      (Deadline is May 3rd)

      • Camping and Stall – Below is the link for camping and stalls to be reserved online.  Please have all reservations to be made by Monday, May 3rd.
        Sonoita would like to have enough time to assign stalls and post a stall chart.  The stall chart will be at this same link.  We will have camping passes filled out, are you able to pass them out at check in?
      • Portatable pens are allowed
      • Contestants will use the main entrance to the fairgrounds.
      • Also, no parking or camping in the ballfield area or between barns.

      https://sonoitarodeo.square.site/

      Stall and Camping Info

       

       

      As with any event, please observe the signs for parking and camping – this helps keep the event running smoothly and safely!

       

      Shooting Information

      Date:  Thursday, May 6th

      Time:  Check in at 8:00 am
      Compete Approx 8:30 AM 

      Location: 
      Southeast Regional Park Shooting Range
      11296 S Harrison Rd
      Tucson, AZ 85747

      Junior High – This is your State Finals.
      You will shoot 3 rounds of Light Rifle

      High School – This is a regular rodeo for you.
      You will shoot 2 Rounds

      Rifle will shoot 1st with everyone on the line.   Once 2 rounds are complete the HS Shooters will come off the line, then Jr High will Shoot 3rd round.    High School will Shoot Trap after Rifle

      More details to follow.

       

       

       

      WEATHERBY RAFFLE TICKETS

      All questions go to Jason Andersen 520-251-0650

      *Each AHSRA/AJHSRA member is required to sell a minimum of 10 Weatherby Raffle Tickets

      Did you know that any tickets you sell after the mandatory 1st 10 tickets will help you with expenses for Nationals or Silver State.   $8 from each ticket sold will be tracked  and a check written to the contestant for either Nationals or Silver State travel. (Qualifications are required)

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