Menu/Forms/Membership Packets
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS 1ST! - Then follow Directions.

On National Site - OLD MEMBERS - Use the user name and password you used last year (Sherri won't have those - hopefully you wrote those down). NEW MEMBERS - You will make up a user name and password.

If you have questions please email Sherri at




All Around Girls
9th Gentry Goza
10th Cassidy Evans

Rookie Girls All Around
1st Gentry Goza
2nd  Cassidy Evans
6th  Aspen Autry


Light Rifle Shooting
4th Leo Veatch

Barrel Racing Average
3rd Cassidy Evans, 48.512
7th Aspen Autry,  49.052

Boys Breakaway Average
9th Joe Autry,  10.56

Pole Bending Average
2nd Gentry Goza

Saddle Bronc Steer Riding Average
4th Mitchell Story, 153

Tie-Down Roping Average
8th Coy Evans, 45.69

KING SOOPERS/CITY MARKET -To Use the King Soopers or City Market Community Rewards Program:

Once logged into their King Soopers or City Market account they can search for Colorado State High School Rodeo Association either by name or JF402 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.

If you have trouble please call & they will help you:

Option 3 for Community Rewards
Have your loyalty card or alternate ID available (this is not your re loadable gift card)and the code for our organization: JF402.


The CSHSRA and CJHRA are student organizations dedicated to:

• Promoting the highest standard of conduct and sportsmanship among our members.
• Keeping the western heritage alive in America.
• Promoting family values and development of positive
relationships between people and organizations interested in or
involved with the sport of rodeo.
• Promoting the humane treatment of animals.

Please look at our News section for More Information!



Location:    Rock Springs
From: Saturday, July 20, 2019     To: Saturday, July 20, 2019

IMPORTANT -COLORADO NATIONAL CONTESTANTS PLEASE CLICK ON MORE INFO!!!! Check In open. Must be checked in by 7 a.m. Sunday,


Location:    Eagle
From: Friday, August 23, 2019     To: Sunday, August 25, 2019

Entries Open for this Rodeo - AUGUST 13th at 8:00 a.m. until August 15th at 9:00 p.m. Late Entries start August 15th at 9:01 p.m. until August 19th at 5:00 p.m. LATE FEES: $25 to enter late plus $10.00 per event per rodeo. CUTTING & REINED COW HORSE WILL BE THE ONLY EVENT ON FRIDAY! YES ON SHOOTING - Saturday.


Location:    Cortez
From: Saturday, August 31, 2019     To: Monday, September 2, 2019

Entries Open for this Rodeo - August 20th at 8:00 a.m. until August 22nd at 9:00 p.m. Late Entries start August 22nd at 9:01 p.m. until August 26th at 5:00 p.m. LATE FEES: $25 to enter late plus $10.00 per event per rodeo.


Location:    Grand Junction
From: Saturday, September 14, 2019     To: Sunday, September 15, 2019

Entries Open for this Rodeo - September 3rd at 8:00 a.m. until September 5th at 9:00 p.m. Late Entries start September 5th at 9:01 p.m. until September 9th at 5:00 p.m. LATE FEES: $25 to enter late plus $10.00 per event per rodeo.


Location:    Latigo Trails
From: Saturday, September 28, 2019     To: Sunday, September 29, 2019

Entries Open for this Rodeo - September 17th at 8:00 a.m. until September 19TH at 9:00 p.m. Late Entries start September 19TH at 9:01 p.m. until September 23rd at 5:00 p.m. LATE FEES: $25 to enter late plus $10.00 per event per rodeo. CUTTING AND REINED COW HORSE AT THIS RODEO!

More info



Dear CSHSRA/CJHRA Members,

I would like to address some of the comments posted on Facebook this last week on behalf of the CSHSRA/CJHRA Board. We as a Board understand that we cannot satisfy everyone within our association on all decisions that are made. There will always be some that are impacted in a negative way and we apologize for everyone impacted by those decisions. We try to make decisions based on safety, fairness, and what is best for the majority of our association. Sometimes we make decisions that end up not being favorable but we learn from them and focus on improving them for the future. The board always has our contestants best in mind!

The decision to move the Reined Cow Horse and Cutting to Rifle is a sound decision and one we have been working on for the past two years. This board has by far, the most representation for the Working Cow Horse/Cutting industry of any past board.  We lean heavily on those within our board to direct the rest of us who aren’t as experienced in these events to learn the small details such as animal health and welfare, arena size, footing, cattle, times, etc.

We are grateful to the Town of Craig for hosting our State Finals and believe the Craig Fairgrounds are some of the best facilities within our State. However, if we were to get heavy rain in Craig, it would be extremely dangerous for our Working Cow Horse contestants. In Rifle, we will be able to hold these events in the indoor arena, which is more favorable in size, as well as the arena conditions. This is a decision that many of the competitors in these events support.

The board encourages constructive criticism but on a personal note, I would encourage not using Facebook or any other social media to do so. My phone number and email, as well as the rest of the members of the Adult Board, are always available to all of you through our website. Please continue to use the website for all current and up-to-date information regarding our association.

Thank you & Happy New Year!

Jack Beach


2018-2019 Jr. High School Cinch Team

Colton Clymer Bareback Steer Riding
Waitley Sharon Saddle Bronc Steer Riding
Sam Gallagher Chute Dogging
Leo Veatch Boys Goat Tying & Rifle Shooting
Klayt Staudt Boys Breakaway
Trey Huwa Team Roping
Coy Evans Ribbon Ropping
Quincy Morgan-Montoya Girls Goat Tying
Madison Richmann Girls Breakaway
Jessie Stillings Barrel Racing
Loralee Ward Pole Bending
Makaylee Fischer Ribbbon Roping

Team Captains-
Boys - Leo Veatch
Girls - Madison Richmann 2018-2019 High School Cinch Team

Wyatt Wollert Boys Cutting
Keenan Hayes Bareback Riding
Cauy Pennington Saddle Bronc Riding & Rifle Shooting
Dustin Sanchez Bull Riding
Jace Logan Steer Wrestling
Zaine Mikita Tie Down
Clyde Bolejack Team Roping
Heriberto Vazquez Team Roping
Grace Hill Reined Cow Horse
Shyanna Reeves Girls Cutting
Kodey Hoss Breakaway Roping
Shea Grogan Goat Tying
Jacobi Larson Pole Bending
Kinlie Brennise Barrel Racing

Team Captains -
Boys - Jace Logan
Girls - Kinlie Brennise


Please find the following forms:  AQHA Official Horse of the Year Nomination, Professionals Choice Student Athlete of the Month Applications, & Equine Athlete of the Month Application. The Colorado Board encourages all members to fill out these forms and send them into nationals. IMPORTANT ENTERING INFORMATION!

DO NOT reply back to the email confirmations you receive after you enter a rodeo, the confirmation does not come from Sherri. You must email Sherri at if you have made a mistake and your confirmation is not correct.


2018 Raffle Winners!

RAFFLE WINNERS $2000 - Sami Jo Sweeney $1000 - Jhett Alapai $1000 - Alena Velasquez $500 - Beth Temple $500 - Cody Odonell $500 - Teresa Dulton Crawford $500 - Cophelia Fonseca STALLS & HOOKUPS

*Please list Special Instructions or needs - The Grand Old West Days Committee may not be able to guarantee all requests but they will work closely to do there best for you. Please remember the goal is to put trailers/people where they will fit the best to help with a smoothly run Finals. Please make sure you put the length of your Trailer if it is really long. *The Grand Old West Days Committee will have a Camp Trailer set up at the State Finals, out by the Pumping Station. This trailer will serve as the place to go when you have a question/problem with Stalls and Hookups. They will also be in charge of helping park everyone and directing you to your stalls. NON-MEMBERS CAN ENTER RODEO WEEKEND

If you are interested in entering a Weekend Rodeo (Saturday & Sunday), to check out our organization, the non-member fee will be waived (but all rodeo fees still apply). Non-members will still need to fill out the membership application (page 1 & 2) & hospital release form, with all signatures and it must be notarized and sent to state secretary before you can enter (this form is under Memberships/Downloads and Forms). If you miss the deadline for getting this Paperwork to the secretary you will not be able to enter that rodeo. Make sure you get everything in on time. Rodeo fee must be paid in Cash. Contact Sherri the Secretary at Thanks CITY MARKET/KING SOOPERS CARDS

We know that supporting your community nonprofit should never be difficult. Starting on April 1st we are launching a new program to make it easier than ever before. This new program will allow those who support your organization to simply use their registered King Soopers loyalty card to earn funds for your organization. Here’s How It Works: No more reloadable gift cards (this will now be tied to the King Soopers loyalty card) To Use the King Soopers or City Market Community Rewards Program: Simply encourage your participants to visit the appropriate link below.. For King Soopers Stores - go to For City Market Stores - go to Once logged into their King Soopers or City Market account they can search for Colorado State High School Rodeo Association either by name or JF402 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card. Once your application is approved (within 7 business days), share your organization or group number with friends, family, colleagues and mutual supporters. Starting February 28th, 2019, you can invite members to begin enrolling on-line. Starting April 1, 2019 every time an enrolled member of your group shops at King Soopers using his or her enrolled King Soopers Loyalty Card, your organization will earn rewards. In addition, once a household member enrolls his or her card, all linked King Soopers Loyalty Cards within that household will begin earning funds for your organization. CONTAGIOUS DISEASE INFORMATION

COGGINS PAPERWORK WILL BE DUE BY - THE LAMAR RODEO! All members are encouraged to have all horses properly vaccinated for contagious diseases such as Equine Herpes Virus and Rabies. There have been confirmed cases of both diseases in the state already this year. Please refer to the Equine Herpes Virus Brochure for more information. When a rabid animal is discovered, refer to the Department of Health Algorithm for information. This algorithm is the guideline the State Veterinarian’s Office. The phone number for the State Veterinarian’s Office is: 303-869-9130. In addition to vaccinations, members are encouraged to practice good biosecurity. Avoid sharing water buckets, nose to nose contact, grooming equipment, tack, etc. Dr. Robert DeAngelo (719-347-2702) would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Looking for someone

Jr High Team Roping

Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
I am looking for a team roping partner for Junior High in the spring. I would prefer to Head but I would Heel for someone as well. I can be contacted (303)803-2558 or you can contact my dad, Matt Halliday at (303)550-8270 or email him at Jr. High Ribbon Roping

Posted: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Katie Jo Knez is looking for a partner please call (970) 629-2163 or email Jr. High Ribbon Roping

Posted: Monday, August 6, 2018
Maci York is looking for a Ribbon Roping partner. Please contact Judy York at