Welcome Manitoba High School and Junior High Rodeo members!
Please download the forms you need using the respective links provided from the Membership & Applications Page. All NEW membership applications must be received PRIOR to the rodeo as names must be submitted to the insurance provider before you can rodeo.
Forms to be submitted prior to rodeo:
- Manitoba Membership Form (2 pages)
- Nationals’ Membership Form (2 pages)
- Student Profile Sheet
- Report Card
These forms must be submitted with all original signatures in place. Each participant is also asked to complete the Student Profile form – this information is used by rodeo announcers, and by the association.
Also available on the website home page and the Membership pages, is a Rodeo Entry Form that you can make multiple copies of. Remember to prepare yourself for the summer rodeos by printing off some of the Rodeo Entry Forms and having your teachers sign them before school is out. A new rodeo entry form with original signatures (no photocopied signatures) must be submitted at time of entries at each rodeo.
Complete all the membership forms and send a cheque in the amount of $150 payable to MHSRA to:
PO Box 23
.NOTE: All files are in PDF format which uses Adobe Reader (free download) to view and print. Click normally to view the document or right-click to download it to your computer.
Important – All members….
Please email Tina Scott, email@example.com with your last name in the email and “email address” in subject line so that I can get your current/correct email address. If you wish to have communication sent to more than one email address please be sure to include ALL addresses in your email.
ALSO, my main means of communication is through the website and via email. If you do not have your own email address, please find a friend or relative with one so that information can be relayed to you.
To be considered a rookie you must be a consecutively paid active Junior High Division member moving up to grade 9 or be a new member to the MHSRA. If you have previously been a member in either Jr. High or High School Division you will not be considered a rookie. (effective 2009-10 season)
24 hour Grace Period:
Any written complaint will be dealt with up to 24 hours after report has been made. (effective 2009-10 season)
Dress Code :
You are responsible for your competitor/back number and it must be worn at all times once arriving at the host community and taken off after leaving host community. Full western attire (western trousers, long sleeved shirt, western boots and western hat) must be worn one (1) hour before rodeo time in warm-up areas, arena and grandstand area. Western boots must be worn and “sneaker type sport shoes” are not acceptable footwear. No tobacco or alcohol advertising on shirts, hats, etc.
You are required to wear back number at contestant dances/socials. Western trousers, western shirts (or short sleeved conservative shirt) and footwear. Hats and western boots are optional. (Conservative means a shirt/t-shirt with no belly showing, no tank tops, no inappropriate slogans or picture, etc.) Note: Cowboy Prom is the only exception! Dress is formal to semiformal and back numbers will be excused for this dance/social function only!
All helpers, judges, arena workers, contractors, assistants or parents in the arena/chute areas are expected to follow dress code – western attire: long sleeved shirts, cowboy hats, cowboy boots, & trousers.
Students involved in High School Rodeo must have passing grades and good conduct in school. An entry form must accompany each contestant to each rodeo. One form is required for a two-day weekend rodeo in the one location. Forms must be completed and filled out properly requiring both parents’ signatures. Parent and teacher signatures cannot be photocopied. Failure to produce completed entry forms will result in not being able to compete at a rodeo.
-Drinking is Prohibited at ALL High School Rodeo Functions-
That if required documentation such as entry forms or report cards are not received after being requested by the secretary, the Friday prior to Monday of call entry, members will be ineligible to enter further rodeos until required documentation is recieved. Members will be placed on suspension.
That we accept teacher’s signature for each rodeo and year end report card in June. In the event that students do not meet NHSRA standards, students will not compete at National Finals. Suggestion for report card collection that has been done in the past:
- report card to come in with membership in July/August;
- one in November at midterm;
- one in March at midterm (gets eligibility for provincial finals);
- those that qualify for NHSRF & CHSRF hand in their final report card at year end so that secretary or someone going to NHSRF or CHSRF has a copy in case eligiblity is questioned. These report cards can be added to the student’s new memberships for the following season.