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Georgia High School Rodeo Association
The Georgia High School Rodeo Association is a state-wide association of high school students, grades 9 through 12, who participate in rodeos held throughout the state. They are celebrating their 30th year in the 2009-2010 rodeo year which runs September through June. The GHSRA is affiliated with the NHSRA which is comprised of 40 States, 5 Canadian Provinces and Australia.
One of the most unique aspects of high school rodeo is that these athletes compete on the same stock that is used by college and professional rodeo contestants.

Alabama High School Rodeo Association
The Alabama High School Rodeo Association is a state-wide association of high school students, grades 9 through 12, who participate in rodeos held throughout the state. The rodeo year runs September through June. The AHSRA is affiliated with the NHSRA which is comprised of 40 States, 5 Canadian Provinces and Australia.
One of the most unique aspects of high school rodeo is that these athletes compete on the same stock that is used by college and professional rodeo contestants.

Tennessee High School Rodeo Association
Tennessee High School Rodeo events are for contestants in the 9th thru 12th grade.  Students can join and compete whether they go to a public, private high school or are home schooled.  Girls compete in barrels, pole bending, breakaway roping, team roping and goat tying.  Guys compete in bull riding, bareback riding, saddle bronc, team roping, tiedown calf roping and steer wrestling.  Points are earned for top 10 each event which accumulate to qualify for the National High School Finals Rodeo in July.

Foothills Youth Rodeo Association
Foothills Youth Rodeo Association (FYRA) is a non-profit youth rodeo organization. Their vision is to be the best sanctioned Junior Rodeo Association in the Southeast. The association is built on integrity, honesty, and dedication. They affirmatively promote, preserve, and protect the safety of our participants, volunteers, staff, and livestock. The FYRA fosters sportsmanship, leadership, and professionalism in our youth. They are dedicated in teaching cultural awareness and diversity, self-worth, and self-esteem while providing wholesome family entertainment.


Alabama Junior Rodeo Association
The Alabama Junior Rodeo Association was began in 1997. There have been over 1000 kids compete in the association over the years. Many have continued on through the ranks of the Alabama High School Rodeo Association and on to the professional circuit.
The Alabama Junior Rodeo Association has something for everyone. Events include Boys & Girls Breakaway roping, Girls Barrel Racing, Boys Tie down Roping, Girls Pole Bending, Co-Ed Ribbon Roping, Co-Ed Team Roping, Girls Goat Tying, Bull Riding and the Rodeo Queen Contest.


Southern Rodeo Association
The Southern Rodeo Association (SRA) was founded in 1954 as a non-profit organization to promote the sport of rodeo in an effort to preserve the cowboy heritage. The SRA boasts of being the oldest rodeo association east of the Mississippi River. Members of the association come from as far north as Canada, as far south as Florida and as far west as Oklahoma. The SRA is constantly growing in membership and now sanctions rodeos all over the eastern United States. However, the Southern Rodeo Association remains proud of its "Southern Roots". Contestants in Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bull Riding, Calf Roping, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Cowgirls Barrel Racing and Cowgirls Breakaway Roping compete to qualify for the Southern Finals Rodeo (SFR) each year. There are some particularly gifted competitors that win in two or more events. These are the athletes that strive for the most coveted of all titles, the "All Around Champion Cowboy and Cowgirl".


Junior Southern Rodeo Association
The SRA has a junior rodeo association for competitors 16 years of age and under. Many of the top hands in the SRA have come through the junior ranks to become leaders of the parent organization. The Junior SRA is a great way to get kids involved and prepared to enter competition in high school and professional rodeo.

Cowgirls With A Cause
Fighting breast cancer one mammogram at a time.
Cowgirls With A Cause is a 501c3 non-profit organization hosting an annual women’s only rodeo featuring a 4D barrel race, beginner/intermediate/open breakaway roping, and team roping and drawing competitors from eight states. Funds are also raised though sales of CWAC logo apparel & merchandise, vendor fees for our trade fair, concessions, and live & silent auctions. We also have fantastic sponsors who give generously to make this event an amazing production for our cowgirls and spectators. The cowgirls pay $50 per entry and there is no money pay-back – only great prizes made possible by our sponsors and a chance to compete and participate in fellowship with the other girls & ladies and give to a great cause.

Mission: to make funds available to provide mammograms and other cancer detection & treatment services to those who could not otherwise afford these life saving services.


National High School Rodeo Association
The National High School Rodeo Association was created to give high school students the opportunity to participate and compete in this unique and challenging sport. Although not recognized by high school athletics, the NHSRA offers a rodeo program that sets high school rodeo apart from other varsity sports: Athletes compete on a scale comparable to collegiate and professional rodeo competitors. The NHSRA is an independent student athletic association -- governing itself without supervision of school administrations or assistance from tax dollars. Members are fully insured, supervised and guided by adult experts. Competitors have the opportunity to acquire scholarships and grants for continuing their educational careers.

Georgia Junior Rodeo Association
The Georgia Junior Rodeo Association is a nonprofit association for children through the 8th grade that are 15 years or younger.  This association is for learning both rodeo skills and life lessons, and for fun.  They offer the following events:  breakaway calf roping, tie-down calf roping, team roping, dummy roping, goat tying, chute dogging, barrel racing, pole bending, calf riding, and steer riding. Visit the GJRA website for more information on how you can enter your child and become a GJRA supporter.

The Roping Pen Magazine
The Roping Pen Magazine is the best Roping and Rodeo magazine in the Nation!! If it happens...it's in the Roping Pen! They offer associations an opportunity to show off what they are made of in the Roping Pen. They cover High school, junior high, and junior rodeo associations as well as some of the top rodeo and team roping associations in the country. See who's on top and who's right at their heels... keep up with where all the rodeos are and which ones are close by! Learn from the Pros with how to articles and tips and tricks showing you how they got to the top and stayed there. Learn how the pros practice and how they manage a pro rodeo life. Read inspirational articles that will leave you smiling and lead you to a more spiritual filled life! Don't see it in there...ask them and they will get it! Let them know what you want to see and they will do their best to make it a feature.


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