The Montana High School Rodeo Association (MHSRA) is one of the 41 states, 5 Canadian provinces,
and Australia that is involved in the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA)
Founded in 1947 by Claude Mullins, there are currently 12,500 students in the NHSRA competing in over 1,100 sanctioned rodeos every year. MHSRA members compete at the state level for local recognition and the top four contestants in each event then qualify to compete in the National High School Finals Rodeo held in July. At the NHSFR over 1,500 contestants compete for national titles, awards and scholarships. By being a student member of the MHSRA, contestants also have an opportunity to be awarded college scholarships and scholarship assistance for continuing their educational careers. The NHSRA is an independent student athletic association that relies on the financial assistance of sponsors. For more information about the MHSRA, follow the links on the left and contact any of the directors or secretary.
The Approved Spring Calendar will be up under "Forms" and then "Approved Spring Rodeos" at the end of January. This is subject to change.
The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame awarded their 2020 collegiate scholarships to twelve deserving high school seniors at the Montana High School Rodeo State Finals in Baker, Montana. These scholarships are awarded based on academics, rodeo participation, community service and need.
This year marks the sixteenth year that these scholarships have been awarded to deserving Montana high school rodeo athletes. This year's recipients are Blayne Hubing - Circle, Nathan Ruth - Big Timber, Bode Spring - Bozeman, Rachael Stevenson - Hobson, Sadie Johnson - Lewistown, Cheyanne Carl - Ballantine, Teanna Layne - Valier, Tori Yeager - Choteau, Kaylee Hughes - Butte, Ellie Meeks - Geraldine, Ethan Frasier - Ashland, and Laney Johnson - Havre (Miss Montana High School Rodeo Queen 2020).
The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame is the largest provider of scholarships to high school rodeo participants in the nation. In sixteen years, $570,000.00 has been awarded to 190 students. The MPRHWF is a non-profit organization dedicated to preservng the western and rodeo heritage of Montana, as well as providing Montana high school students the opportunity to continue their education. For more information about our organization, please visit our website at www.montanaprorodeo.org.
HIGH SCHOOL AND JR. HIGH MEMBERSHIPS FOR THE 2020-2021 SEASON WILL OPEN ON JULY 1ST, THROUGH THE NHSRA MEMBERSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. The tutorial on how to do this is on the website under "Forms" and then "Membership". You still need all the notarized signatures on the forms. IMPORTANT - You will need BOTH parent's notarized signatures on the forms. If only one is signing, it needs to be specified "deceased", or "sole custody", or the membership will not be accepted. Once forms are signed and notarized, you will upload them back into the contestant profile. Membership payment has to be done by credit card through the MMS before you will be able to print out the forms. High School memberships are $154 and Jr. High $110, plus credit card fees. If you have any questions, please call Laurie at the High School State Office or Billie at the Jr. High State Office.
MENTORSHIP PROGRAM: Some changes were made to the Mentorship Program. It is on the website under "Forms" and then "Mentorship Program". It's a chance to get a waiver for your next year's membership.
Cow Horse Contestants: There are 3 reining patterns in the NHSRA Rule Book, but they have added 2 more. You can find pattern 4 and 5 under "Forms" and then "Cow Horse".
We are using "REMIND" to send important updates and information for the Membership. Please click on the link below to join. Our class code is @8hd624.
Day Sheets for the rodeos: Will be posted under "Forms", and then "Day Sheets". REMINDER: The Order of Events are SUBJECT TO CHANGE. It is the responsibility of the contestants to be there on time.
Fall Tobacco Free Rodeos are: Sidney, Broadus, Havre, Bozeman and Ronan
March 20-21, 2021: Bareback & Saddle Bronc Clinic at the Pendleton Round-Up Pavilion. See information and registration form up under "Forms" and then "Rodeo Schools".
CLINIC APPROVALS: (Can use $100 Clinic Scholarship for these)
See all the information under "Forms" and then "Clinics"
Looking for someone
If you are needing a Team Roping or Ribbon Roping Partner, call Laurie at 464-2686, or Billie at 421-5658. Give us your information (name, number, and whether you head or heel), and we will put you on the website.
Jerron Rau: Looking for a team roping partner for the east rodeos. Prefers to head but can rope either end. Call 489-3015.
Payton Levine: Looking for a heeler for 2020-2021 season. Call 799-1451.
Kamryn Jones: Looking for a header for western rodeos. Call 241-1401.
Emily Sonsalla is looking for a Ribbon Roping partner. Please call (701) 425-6969
Aspen Swenson is looking for a Ribbon Roping Partner. Please call 303-710-9254
Jocie Roen is looking for a Ribbon Roping Partner. Please call (406) 200-1510
Kenzie Griffin is looking for a Ribbon Roping Partner. She can rope (406) 698-2827
Odessa Glade is looking for a Ribbon Roping Partner. Please call 406-951-0695
Tylee Grantham is looking for a Ribbon Roping Partner. Please call 928-231-4565
Ryle Lytle is looking for a team roping partner for 2020-21 season. Please call 406-270-5540.
Shaylee Berg is looking for a Ribbon Roping partner. Please call 406-366-6275
Scarlett Garrison is looking for a Ribbon Roping partner. Please call 406-925-1939
Tucker Turbiville is looking for a header in Team Roping and a Runner for the Ribbon Roping for Havre rodeos. Please call 701-440-0207
Cassie Gibson is looking for a Header for Havre Rodeo and Spring Rodeos. Please call 406-394-2264.