Youth Rodeo


July Results are posted. Top 10 in each event will compete at the Finals.

Entries must be postmarked by July 25th.

In the event of a tie for 10th place, all will compete at the finals and 10th place will be determined after the final points are awarded.


The UYRA and UJRA are joining forces to host a benefit rodeo for the Fitzgterald Family. 

The Jr. Rodeo will be held on August 2nd @ 4pm at Butterfield Park in Herriman.

The age groups will go as follows, according to the grade just finished this spring.

1st Grade and under

5th Grade and Under

6th - 8th Grades

9th - 11th  Grades

Keep checking back for updated information.  The entry form is avaliable now

so you can mail your entries in early. 

Thank You for helping one of our great rodeo families.

  Benefit Rodeo Entry Form                                                         Benefit Rodeo Flyer



FINALS will be Thursday AUGUST 7th during the

Weber County Fair at 5:30 pm

Awards Banquet for top 10 will be held August 12th.  Mark your calendar! More information yet to come.

2014-2015 Season will be starting September 9th.  No official sign up meeting will be held.  Packets will be available at the finals, banquet and on line.

Thanks to all the parents and helpers who have stepped up and volunteered, with the rodeo.  Without you we would not have a rodeo!!






Age Groups

5 and under        6-8 Year olds        9-11 year olds           12-14 year olds

Goat Ribbon Pull, Stick Horse Barrels, Dummy Roping and Mutton Bustin  for 5 years and under only 

Membership Fees

5 & Under   $30

6-8 Year Olds  $60

9-11 Year Olds $60

12-14 Year Olds $60

Sponsorship Fees

 5 & Under $75

6-8, 9-11 & 12-14  $100

 *Membership forms, release forms and schedules are all avaliable on the forms page.







The Utah Youth Rodeo Association is an organization comprized of boys and girls from around the state of Utah and surrounding areas ranging in age up to 14 years or ninth grade.
The purpose of this association is to provide western youth with athletic opportunities in the American sport of rodeo as they compete monthly in standard rodeo events. This youth organization has been successful for several years in helping to keep youth active and involved in a good cause.
The rules and bylaws have been patterned after the Utah High School Rodeo Association.  Because of the diversified age groups in the Utah Youth Organization, rules have been adjusted to best fit the needs and interests of youth in each age group.
This is a non-profit organization which relies heavily on parent and board member volunteers whenever possible.  The association uses contestant registration fees and a great deal of sponsorship help to provide year end awards and prizes to several youth and to make a fair and smooth running event for families to enjoy each month.