Illinois High School Rodeo Association

District 1 will be having a meeting at Carthage Rodeo, August 29,2015

30 minutes after slack.

Agenda attached.



The new season begins August 1, and our first rodeo is August 29 & 30 in Carthage, IL at the Carthage Saddle Club. 

Please get your membership papers, a copy of your birth certificate and the most recent copy of your report card to Sandi VanDerLeest!!

Jackpot Barrel Race

Illinois High School Rodeo District 1 Fundraiser

Carthage, IL

Friday August 28,2015

Hancock County Saddle Club

1848 East Hwy 136

Carthage, IL

Flyer Attached

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To the Illinois High School Rodeo Members
Who Qualified For
NHSRA Team Cinch
Kyle Eike
Cord Webb
Zane Randall
Kyle VanDerLeest
Brett Schewe
Luke Maguire
Rebecca Anderson
Molly Hill
Kylie Brueggeman
Shayna VanDerLeest
Kristine Stewart
Kelsi Haller
Chandler Durbin
Kyle VanDerLeest
Shayna VanDerLeest

Forms for New Members
                                                                15-16 National High School Membership Form

A copy of the student's birth certificate and a most recent copy of their report card.
Please send all membership forms to :
Sandi VanDerLeest
16122 Hazel Rd.
Morrison, IL 61270

Cutting and Working Cow Horse Entry Forms

Rodeo Entry Forms

August 29 & 30, District 1 @ Carthage Saddle Club Carthage, IL
Carthage Rodeo Entry Form
Carthage Information Sheet

September 19 & 20, State Rodeo - Trailblazers Saddle Club Monticello, IL
Monticello Entry Forms
Monticello Information Sheet
October 10 & 11, District 3 @ Saline County Fairgrounds Harrisburg, IL
Harrisburg Entry Forms
Harrisburg Information Sheet
Harrisburg Barrel Race
October 24 & 25, District 2 @ 4 Rocks Arena Hopedale, IL 
Associate Membership Form

The Illinois High School Rodeo Association aims to maintain order and standards as set forth by the National High School Rodeo Association and the IHSRA, among its members and at their functions.  We promote high school rodeo on a state-wide basis by bringing state-wide recognition to this program.  We promote horsemanship, sportsmanship, and character.  We plan to promote the highest type of conduct at the various IHSRA rodeos and functions by setting standards which will bring about this goal. We plan to keep the Western Heritage alive in America and certainly in the State of Illinois.  We promote closer relationships amongst the people interested in this activity and the organization that they represent.  We promote the humane treatment of animals at all times. And, most importantly, we encourage students to continue in school and to improve their education to the best of their ability.