***Rodeo scheduled for August 22nd & 23rd - Call in for Monday, August 18th has been postponed to Tuesday, August 19th from 7 - 10 pm due to storms causing phone outages***
2014 Trailer info
In order to compete in the running for the
trailer you must be in the Junior and Senior Class. You must compete in at
least 3 events. The fee to run is $30.00
To make the playing field between the boys and girls even running for the trailer we have created a point system (to make everything clear we will have handouts available to show you how classes are going to work) barrels, poles, and goats will be point for point.
Calf roping, chute doggin, and breakaway will be scored at 1 1/2 points, bulls, saddle bronc, and bare back will be scored at 2 points.
The Trailer is a 2014 Shetron 2 horse all aluminum trailer valued at $13,500.
Pee Wee and Wranglers a 2 night Great Wolfe Lodge stay has been donated for you to run for. Your points will be calculated as above and the fee for you to compete for this will be $10.00
Also the following classes have an increase in entry fees. Calf riding will be $30; Junior Bulls will be $35; and Senior Bulls will be $40.
Also we will have a SEASON PASS available this year. Cost will be $100. This is a savings of $50. You will receive a laminated card and you will still receive a ticket for the half and half drawing.
We are looking forward to a great year and looking forward to seeing all of you. Hopefully the forecast is wrong and we are on our way to seeing spring-like weather and get this season off the ground!!!
***Be advised that the registration for 2014 is $50***
**Make sure the Association has a copy of the child's Birth Certificate and Social Security Number by the first rodeo of the 2014 season**
Yadkin Valley Youth Rodeo Association is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting western heritage through supporting children and young adults up to 18 years old. We expect and demand the best there is to offer by always keeping the association's values a priority. We strive to be honest and trustworthy in all we do with our contestants, rodeo families, stock contractors, sponsors, spectators and the communities in which we compete. We will work in a way that promotes health and safety of all individuals and animals involved.