FAQ

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

Boys and girls between the ages of six and eighteen or currently enrolled in elementary, middle or high school. In addition to Little Britches Rodeo there is also a very active High School Rodeo Association in our state.

WHERE CAN WE LEARN?

Each spring we hold a clinic. At the clinic we may cover bareback, bullriding, saddle broncs, barrel racing, pole bending, roping and goat tying. These clinics are a great way to find out how to compete and about necessary equipment for the events. Our 2019 clinic will be held April 27th and 28th at Holmen. Contact secretary@lbwrodeo.com for more information.

IS A HORSE REQUIRED?

Believe it or not, NO!! Horses are provided for the cowboys in the saddle bronc and bareback events and bulls are provided for bullriding events. Girls and boys do need the use of a horse to compete in timed events. These include barrels, polebending, roping, steer wrestling and goat tying. Two persons may share a horse in some events.

HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE?

Please come to one of our monthly meetings or better yet come to one of our rodoes or spring clinics and see for yourself what we’re all about. You’re always welcome to contact any of our board members to ask questions. secretary@lbwrodeo.com:

LITTLE BRITCHES of WISCONSIN (LBW)

LBW is a family activity that allows elementary and high school aged students to become involved in rodeo competition as well as having a chance to make new friends while having great fun!!!

WHERE ARE THE ANNUAL RODEOS?

The 2019 rodeos are listed under Schedule on the website.
There could be more from one year to the next. E-mail questions, comments, or concerns, to secretary@lbwrodeo.com:

JUDGES, ANNOUNCERS, STOCK HANDLERS, AND CHUTE HELP ARE ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS