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2020 Membership Applications are now available under "Forms" page​


​Mandatory Worker Draw Form must accompany Membership Form or membership will not be valid!

Mallett Event Center & Arena​  |  Levelland, Texas

Spicer Gripp Arena  |  Hereford, Texas


Eddy County Sheriffs Posse |  Carlsbad, New Mexico

De Baca Arena I Ft. Sumner, New Mexico


Ace Arena  |  Andrews, Texas


Horse Council Arena |  Artesia, New Mexico 



The HPJRA Entry Office is at PO Box 5142 Clovis, NM 88102. 
Glennis Erramouspe, Rodeo Secretary  |  806-407-2611  The Entry Office is only open during scheduled callback.  The HPJRA Entry Office processes entries for HPJRA events only.  
Entries are to be postmarked by 5:00 pm a minimum of 10 days prior the first performance of each rodeo weekend.  Mail entry and fees to HPJRA Entry Office, PO Box 5142 Clovis, NM 88102. 
Non-Members are welcome to participate at any regular season rodeo of the HPJRA (not the Finals Rodeo).  Non-Member entries must be received and are subject to same penalties as a member.  A copy of birth certificate and NON-MEMBER INFORMATION SHEET must accompany each entry.  Non-Members must pay fees in the form of money order or cashiers check.  No personal checks will be accepted from a non-member.
Entries received after postmark and those accepted through callback deadline will be assessed a $25 per contestant, and progressive per rodeo, late fee.  Late entries will be accepted to compete in the first available performance only.  No preferences on late entries.
At rodeos whereby a performance preference option is available, the contestant is not guaranteed their preference.  It is important for each contestant to check performance set-up during scheduled callback.
A contestant who is drawn to compete in a performance of which was not his/her preference can be eligible to administer a performance trade-out with an eligible and willing trade-out contestant within the same age group and like event(s).  Both trade contestants must contact Entry Office during scheduled callback for trade-out to be processed.  A $30 per requesting trade contestant fee will be assessed and due to Rodeo Secretary a minimum of one (1) hour prior to competing.  Disqualification and a $100 fine per event will be assessed for any trade infraction.
Pre & Post Callback Information.  Confirmation of contestant entry and performance set up will be made available in this section of the website a minimum of three (3) days (on Tuesday the week of rodeo) prior to the first performance.  Or, contestants may call HPJRA Entry Office on Tuesday, the week of rodeo, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm (MT) at 806-407-2611. It is the sole responsibility of the contestant to confirm callback information.  Post-Callback Report:  Entry changes, late entries, and trade-outs will be provided on a Post-Callback Report in this section of the website by 8:00 pm (MT) on Tuesday the week of a rodeo. ​
Open Teams.  Contestants who enter OPEN in the Team Roping must fill the open run prior to the close of callback which is Tuesday, the week of rodeo, by 6:00 pm (MT). Any open team roping runs at end of callback will be automatically drawn out.


The HPJRA offers a standard platform of sponsorship opportunity, matched with an unprecedented array of recognition afforded to those who become partners of the association in promoting it's core principles.  



Crop Production Services became a major partner of the HPJRA in 2016 , by doubling the value of its partnership commitment. CPS is focused on one thing and one thing only – providing its customers with products and services needed to grow the best crops possible. Achieving the focus is done farm by farm, one customer at a time, leveraging its global experience. The footprint of CPS spans through three continents and embraces some 1250 retail outlets. 

Clovis, New Mexico has been home to the HPJRA Finals Rodeo since the Association was first organized. The tradition continues with an existing contract through 2017. For a full week in mid-July of each year, qualifiers to the HPJRA Finals Rodeo call Clovis, New Mexico home. The red carpet treatment catered by the Clovis / Curry County Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with area businesses and community leaders is unprecedented by many host communities. In addition to the multiple in-kind contributions, Clovis provides the funding for the Finals Rodeo All-Around saddles, Finals Rodeo Event Champion buckles, and contributes some $5,000 in added money to the winner take all ... “the Show Down”. 

CUSTOM WEDLING has been a consistent and loyal partner of the

HPJRA for multiple years. Providing beyond excellent service to its customer base in Southeastern New Mexico and West Texas, Custom Welding is known as an industry leader. Likewise, the commitment of Custom Welding to supporting youth and youth related rodeo activities can be seen in rodeo arena’s throughout the greater southwest. 

COOLHORSE of Amarillo, Texas enhanced its support of the HPJRA in 2016 with its sponsorship of the “Fastest Times & Scores” Awards and the High Plains Goat Roping Championship at the HPJRA Finals Rodeo. In addition the tradition of its support to rodeo related events, Coolhorse teamed with the HPJRA to produce an annual Youth Team Timed Event Challenge in the Panhandle of Texas. 

More info coming on Consolidated Metal Builders and Garage Doors in Clovis, New Mexico!

TRE RIOS SILVER of Llano Texas returns as a partner of HPJRA in 2016. Founded i 199,7 providing over 20 years of experience in the buckle design field, Tres Rios Silver maintains the same goal ... to provide a beautiful buckle of silver and gold plate, built entirely by hand, thus ensuring the highest quality in the industry. It is only natural that HPJRA partner with the industry leader to maximize the value of awards earned by its membership. 

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