The WJRA is open to contestants ages 3 through 18. A total of 12 rodeos are held throughout the year. Points for year-end will be calculated from all rodeos to determine the year-end winners for each event and for the All-Around. In order to qualify for year-end awards, the contestant must:
-be a member of the WJRA
      -be current on all entry fees
      -compete in at least one rodeo
      -turn in $300 from sponsorships and/or fundraising

PeeWee ages 3-7
Girl's Events: Barrels, Poles, Dummy Roping, Breakaway                   Dummy Roping, and Goat Tail Pull
Boy's Events: Barrels, Flags, Dummy Roping, Breakaway                         Dummy Roping, and Goat Tail Pull

Juniors ages 8-12
Girl's Events: Barrels, Poles, Breakaway Roping, Goat                     Tying, and Team Roping
 Boy's Events: Team Roping, Steer Stopping, Goat Tying,    Breakaway Roping, and Flags

Seniors ages 13-18
Girl's Events: Barrels, Poles, Breakaway Roping, Team                                  Roping, and Goat Tying
Boy's Events: Flags, Team Roping, Steer Stopping, Calf                 Roping, and Chute Dogging
About WJRA

The Wrangler Junior Rodeo Association of Nevada’s (WJRA) primary purpose is to engage families, specifically youth up to the age of 18 years, in the culture of rodeo and the western lifestyle. WJRA was formed to:

Promote the sport of rodeo among children and youth up to the age of 18.

Introduce, support, and provide children, youth, and families not already participating in rodeo, to rodeo events, as well as the atmosphere and lifestyle that rodeo encompasses.

Support and provide children and youth already participating in rodeo, a rodeo experience at their level of competition.

Develop participants’ horsemanship and rodeo skills so that they, to the extent possible, may achieve excellence in their individual events.

Promote and foster friendly competition in various rodeo events.

Promote the highest level of sportsmanship and conduct at rodeos.

Promote professionalism among families and participants in and out of the arena.

Prepare participants to be able to ascend to the next level of rodeo (high school, college, professional, etc.).

Encourage participants to work hard to continue and improve in rodeo and school.