Details on Entering Rodeos
Rodeo Sports Network is the Central Entry System for all SRA first-sanctioned rodeos.
Contestants are listed on DAYSHEETS after books close on the Rodeo Sports Network website.
See individual rodeo listings for date and times that books will be open for entry by phone.
ONLINE ENTRY is available at www.rodeosportsnetwork.com as an alternative to phone entry.
Contact Rodeo Sports Network for log-in credentials at www.rodeosportsnetwork.com
You must be a current member to use the online entry.
ALL FINES AND TURN-OUT FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE ENTERING A RODEO
MEMBERSHIPS must be purchased prior to competing in the rodeo in order for points to count. Please be aware that SRA memberships are not always available for purchase at rodeos that are listed with the SRA as the second-sanctioning association. See the MEMBERSHIP page for more information about purchasing membership.
Youth Cards (JrSRA, NHSRA, NIRA) are accepted for rodeo entry. You will be required to show proof of current membership to the rodeo secretary when paying fees in order for the permit/local fee to be waived.
Permit/Local entries will be accepted on an "as needed" basis for an additional fee of $10 at SRA first sanctioned rodeos.
MINOR RELEASE FORM must be completed and notarized for all non-member contestants under the age of 18 for each rodeo that is listed as an SRA rodeo or SRA first-sanctioned rodeo. The form must be given to the rodeo secretary when paying fees in order to be allowed to compete.
Additional Rodeo Fees:
SRA or SRA first-sanctioned rodeos = $5 Central Entry System Fee per contestant plus $5 Finals Fee per event entered
IPRA/SRA rodeos = $10 per contestant ($8 Central Entry System Fee, $2 Finals Fee)
NCA/SRA rodeos = $20 per event entered ($4 Finals Fee, $1 Judges Fee, $5 Timers Fee, $10 Stock Charge)
NCPRA/SRA = additional fees are included in the entry fee amount shown for each rodeo
|EF||Entry Fee||SB||Saddle Bronc|
|SCF||Stock Contractor Fee||BR||Bull Riding|
|EST||Eastern Standard Time||CR||Calf Roping|
|CST||Central Standard Time||SW||Steer Wrestling|
|TBA||To Be Announced||TR||Team Roping|
|CBR||Cowgirls Barrel Racing|
|CBA||Cowgirls Breakway Roping|
Important Information Regarding Rodeo Turn-outs (refer to rulebook for additional Info)
Contestants will be able to notify turn-outs three (3) hours or more prior to the start of rodeo performance by calling 337-304-1840 to avoid paying a $25 turn-out fine. However, contestants are still liable for fees.
Contestants are responsible for contacting the SRA office to inquire about the amount due for fees/turn-out fines and will be placed on the suspended list if payment of fees/fines or a medical/vet release is not received within 7 days after the last performance of the rodeo that was turned out. Also, points will not count for any rodeo that contestant competes in after such infraction if fees/fines are not paid or releases received within that time.
MEDICAL & VET RELEASES: If the rodeo you turn-out is a co-sanctioned rodeo, you must send your release to the association of which you are a member. If you are a member of both associations, send it to the one that is listed as first-sanctioning association. DO NOT send releases to the other association if you are not a member of that association because it will not be forwarded to the SRA. If releases are not received within the 7 day period, you will be held liable for fees. NO EXCEPTIONS.