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SJRA is a youth rodeo association for children ages five (5) to eighteen (18). Our organization is divided into 3 divisions: Juniors (ages 5-11), Seniors (ages 12-14) and High School (ages 14 - 18). All ages are determined as of contestant age on September 1st of that rodeo season. Any contestants who are 14 and in high school must compete with the high school division. Contestants compete from September thru April to qualify for the rodeo finals where they have a chance to earn over $80,000 in prizes and awards. SJRA draws contestants from Florida and Georgia. It is a family oriented association allowing young adults the opportunity to compete in rodeo events while developing good sportsmanship and character. Our students have the opportunity to meet and fellowship with others their age that have the same interest in the sport of rodeo all while in a controlled and disciplined environment. By competing in SJRA students are more prepared for the next level of rodeo.

Junior and Senior Division competes on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning in the following events: Tie Down Calf Roping, Pole Bending, Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Breakaway Calf Roping, Goat Tying, Chute Doggin and Ribbon Roping. Top 15 point winners will be invited to finals in May..

High School Division competes on Friday night and Saturday morning in the following events: Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Pole Bending, Goat Tying, Barrel Racing, and Breakaway Roping. High School Top 15 point winners in each division will be invited to Finals in May to compete for a place on the SJRA Shawnee, OK Team. Top 3 contestants in each event will receive prize money.

Important Information

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Pentagon: President’s Message 3/15/14

Pentagon: SJRA  Rule Book


Pentagon: FINALS

Pentagon: Scholarship Packets



2014-2015 Membership Packets and schedule are being worked on....please check back for more information.


Good Luck to Team SJRA. The team is currently in Shawnee, OK this week competing agains 9-12 graders nationally. There is no live feed for this event, so please keep us all updated on your successes, stories and pics on the chat/Facebook page. We are proud of you and are thinking about you all. Safe travels and good luck in OK.

Interested in getting photo's from Finals - click here.

All events including finals awards and the queen princess contest were video taped by Florida Equine Athlete. Contact Melissa Greer for information -