Texas Youth Ranch
Rodeo Association

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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. 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.


2016 TYRRA season starts with a practice rodeo and early sign up on April 16th, 10am at the Leon County Cowboy Church located on Hwy 7   1 mile east of Centerville.

First rodeo is on April 30th at Crockett, see schedule for full list of 2016 rodeos.

The forms for 2016 are ready under the forms tab.
NOTICE: There is a new address to mail in entry forms. Noted on all of the 2016 forms.
P.O. Bx. 1257
Centerville, TX 75833

NOTICE: Rule Changes
There are a few rule changes for 2016. These changes are high-lighted red in the new rule book which can be printed from the fees and forms tab.