AHSRA
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEWS UPDATE

 

MARCH RODEO DATES ARE CHANGING

 

New dates!

March 23/24

We are looking for volunteers for different committees.  If you are interested please click on the link above.

Let Linda know if you have any questions.

 

 

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Cowboy Prom 2024
High School ONLY!
No Jr High!

Here is a list of Camp Verde restaurants and phone numbers.

Fancy:
Moscatos   928-567-7417

Storytellers  928-567-7905

Astoria Bistro  928-567-6565

Traditional (middle of the road)

Babe’s Round Up   928-821-0205

La Casita                928-567-3202

Crusty’s Pizza        928-567-6444

La Fonda               928-567-3500

Low Places            928-567-8722

Fun:

Johnny Rockets      928-567-5158

WPRA Sidepot at AHSRA Rodeos

Now for the news all of you barrel racers have been waiting for regarding our WPRA Sanction! 
The WPRA is going to sanction all of our JR and HS barrel racing moving forward. What that means for you is that if your a WPRA active jr member   (link) https://www.wpra.com/pdfs/WPRA0068-WPRA_Junior_Member_Form_2024-i.pdf  by Friday before each rodeo and you enter the jackpot( link) https://form.jotform.com/233035524493050  you  will be eligible to compete for the saddles buckles and prize money at the WPRA turquoise circuit divisional finals in 2024. The WPRA is also working on some exciting news that might even sweeten this deal ❤️ 
For any WRPA related questions not answered on this email, Wpra.com or the links below please call Jenna +1 (602) 615-7663 the turquoise circuit director. Cory and Katie (AHSRA Barrel Directors) will take care of any other questions on site. 
🌹REMEMBER 🌹 You must be membered and entered in the WPRA by 10pm Friday night before the rodeo!!!!! ( online only) 
The WRPA breakdown is a 4D $40 entry fee per day plus a $30 jr WPRA side pot for the Taylor Rodeo moving forward we are working with the WPRA based on our feedback this weekend to just be able to side pot for that WPRA jr race. There are pros and con we are aware of.  
We will still take $20 at the gate before you run for any one wanting to enter the daily jackpot! 

Camp Verde Rodeo

1495 E Hideout Arena Ln
Camp Verde, AZ
February 23/24/25

Entries Open 2/11/2024
Entries Close 2/15/2024
See Membership/Entries Page for Entry Link

Camp Verde Rodeo Info

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    STALLS

    Stalls are $20 per night.
    Please clean out at the end of the weekend. You can reserve your stalls with the stall form that is on the Camp Verde website (CAMPVERDEARENA.COM). Please fill out the form and email it to campverdearena@gmail.com and pay for your stalls through the paypal link on the Camp Verde website. After they receive your form and payment, stalls will be assigned and your numbers will be emailed to you by CAMP VERDE.     There are 100 stalls available.

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    ENTRANCE CHARGE for ALL CONTESTANTS:

    $20.00 Cash entrance charge for weekend whether you come in on Friday or Saturday. All vehicles pay the $20 charge whether you are dry camping or not. Please have cash ready at entrance of arena. If you come in on Thursday. there will be an extra $10 charge. We are requesting parking be done in a parallel manner.

    No camping circles or squares will be allowed.

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    HOST MOTEL:

    Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is our host motel. Please call 1-800-381-7568 to reserve your room and state that you are in town for the rodeo. The address is 555 W. Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322.

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    Friday Jackpot Barrel Race, Breakaway Roping and Team Roping:

    CVAA will hold jackpots in Open Breakaway roping, Jr. Girls Breakaway Roping and Boys Breakaway and an Open 4D Barrel Race and Team Roping on Friday, February 23rd , Barrel race entries open 4:00 pm with time only’ s at 4:30 pm. Open 4D Barrel Race at 6:00 pm followed by BW starting with Open Ladies and then the Youth Girls and Youth Boys. See flyer for barrel race and breakaway.

    . Team roping jackpot information go to www.CAMPVERDEARENA.COM

    CAMP VERDE INFO AND JACKPOT FLYER

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    Camp Verde Details

    Dress Code:   Contestants, parents, adults, helpers, and assistants must wear western attire: western hat, long sleeved shirt (must be wrist length sleeved shirt, with collar and cuffs and tucked in. No sweatshirts, T-shirts or pullover sweaters allowed), western boots, and western trousers.   This is for contestants,  assistant or anyone in the boxes, gates, Arena, etc

       

      *Friday February 23rd 

      Shooting Competition
      All Shooters must be in dress code

      LOCATION:  Ben Avery
      4044 W Black Canyon Blvd
      Phoenix, AZ 85086

      Trap will shoot 1st –   Clay Target Center – Meet at 8:30AM  – Shoot at 9:00AM
      You will shoot (2 rounds)

      Rifle will shoot following Trap – approximately 11:00AM Check-in   Jr High and HS will shoot together)

      More info to follow

      2:00 PM-  Reined Cow Horse Competition –  2 rounds
      3:00-4:30 PM– Barrel Exhibitions in 2nd arena. $5 at the gate.

       

       

      See Flyers above for Barrels, Breakaway, Team Jackpots Friday Night!

      *Saturday February 24th


      7:00 AM
      – Contestant Check in

      8:00 AM –  Rodeo Starts in both arenas

       

       PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO EVENT ORDER!
      Each Day is different

      7:30 PM  PROM at Jackpot Ranch

       

      Sunday – February 25th

      8:00 AM –  Rodeo Starts in Both Arenas

       

       

       


      EVENT ORDER TENATIVE  – Camp Verde

      Check-In opens at 7:00 AM at High School Trailer.  MUST Check-in before you can compete.

      Saturday –   Both Arenas Start at 8:00 AM

      Sunday  – Both Arenas start at 8:00AM


      Main Arena will continue to run if there is an event conflict between arenas.
      2nd arena will hold up for Main arena events. 

       

      PAY ATTENTION TO EVENT ORDER!

      EACH DAY IS DIFFERENT

      We are trying give HS a chance to get ready for Prom on Saturday and then a modified event order for Sunday in hope of moving the day along.

       

      SATURDAY ORDER OF EVENTS

       

       

       SUNDAY ORDER OF EVENTS

       
      Main Arena  2nd Arena    Main Arena  2nd Arena 
       HS BareBack & BAC HS Barrels JR Bareback JR Girls Goats
      HS Saddle Bronc & BAC HS Poles JR Saddle Bronc JR Boys Goats
      Steer Wrestling HS Goats HS Bareback & BAC JR Tie-down
      HS Bulls and BAC JR Boys Goats HS Saddlebronc & BAC HS Tie-down
      HS Tie Down JR Girls Goats JR Barrels JR Ribbon Roping
      HS Breakaway JR Barrels HS Barrels HS Goats
      HS Team Roping JR Poles JR Bulls JR Poles
      JR Girls Breakaway HS Bulls & BAC HS Poles
      JR Boys Breakaway JR Steer Riding
      JR Bareback Chute Dogging
      JR Saddlebronc Steer Wrestling
      JR Steers JR Boys Breakaway
      JR Bulls JR Girls Breakaway
      Chute Dogging HS Breakaway
      JR Tie down HS Team Roping
      JR Ribbon Roping JR Team Roping
      JR Team Roping

       

      Meet your Queen and 1st Attendant

      Aubrie Worker – Queen

       

       

      Jacquelyn Garner – 1st Attendant

      We are trying something new this year.
      If you are looking for a partner, please complete the form below.

      Your information will be entered into the table below for you to review and email each other for potential partners

      Use this information below to reach out to others that are looking for partners.

       

      National Rule Changes – For 2023-24 Season

      For all AHSRA State Rodeos/ Provincial/ National Finals  

      •  High School Girls Breakaway
        • Bell Collar Catch only   –  
          The only qualified catch will be a bell collar catch. If there is/are any leg(s) or tail head in the loop once it breaks free of the saddle, the result will be a no time

         

        Year Book

        All Questions go to Erica Valdez.

        See Flyer for all yearbook related information

        Make sure to email Erica the headshot photo you want for the year book!
        ****Start now on your 8th grade and Senior Dedication Pages***

        Patch Program – National Rule

        NHSRA PATCH POLICY:

        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.

        2022-23 RAFFLE TICKETS

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

        We are doing things a little different this year.   Each member will pay for 10 raffle tickets as part of your membership dues.   At the 1st Rodeo in September you will be required to pick up your tickets to sell to re-coop your advance purchase.   You can pickup and sell raffle tickets through-out the season to help off-set your season travel costs.

        Click here for complete rules

         

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