Texas Youth Ranch Rodeo Association

The Texas Youth Ranch Rodeo Association (TYRRA) was founded on the belief of promoting youth leadership and team work; that of gaining knowledge of the equine world and their own western heritage. 

2017 Finals Has A New Location

​September  23rd & 24th

Shepherd's Valley Cowboy Church

​8901 US 67

​Alvarado, TX.  76009

​Stall and RV Reservations on line at:


​Goat Roping At The Finals

​Friday night at 7:30

Saturday 2:00, 4:00, & 7:00

Open & 12 and under

All will be 3 for $10 



P.O. Bx. 1257
Centerville, TX 75833

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It was constitutionalized on the idea of giving back to the youth of today and the leaders of tomorrow. The TYRRA emphasizes the importance of the working ranch; the species of rodeo shunned in the darkness contradicting the original plan for the sport. The TYRRA aims to reward all contestants for their improvement, hard work, merit, and academic success. To promote the highest type of conduct an sportsmanship at various rodeos by setting standards to be met or reached by contestant.