Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo



The Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo Association (MSLBRA) is a sanctioned chapter of the National Little Britches Rodeo Association, the oldest youth rodeo association in the country. The Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo Association is devoted to the promotion of junior rodeo and continued support and encouragement of youth.

The NLBRA season begins on August 1st of each year and ends with the National Finals in July.  To qualify for the National Finals, a contestant must place in the top seven (7) of an event at four (4) individual rodeos.  Each contestant takes their top five (5) places for each event to the National Finals at which contestants compete for buckles, saddles, scholarships and other awards.

During the MSLBRA rodeos, contestants will compete for NLBRA points and their share of the Jackpot.  The jackpot calculation will follow format C .

There are Five Age Groups
Available for Children Ages 5-18.  Ages are based on contestants age as of July 11, 2016.
Little Wrangler Boys and Girls 5-8
Junior Girl Girls Only 9-13
Junior Boy Boys Only 9-13
Senior Girl Girls Only 14-18
Senior Boy Boys Only 14-18


If you are interested in becoming a member of the National Little Britches Rodeo Association, print the membership form and send a copy of your child’s birth certificate to the national office.





Minimum Qualified Rodeos!!

Each contestant is required to participate in at least 11 MSLBRA rodeos to qualify for year-end awards!



A rookie is a contestant competing in the first year in that age group. If you are a rookie contestant in your age group, notify the secretary of your rookie status.


2017 Year-End Awards Tie-Breaker Rule:

In the event of a tie for awards, the following tie-breaking rule will be followed:
1. The contestant with the most 1st place placings in the event will receive the higher place;
2. If a tie still exists after rule #1, the contestant who has competed in the most rodeos for the current season will receive the higher place;
3. If a tie still exists after rules #1 and #2, the contestant who had the highest number of points coming in to the last rodeo will receive the higher place.


MSLBRA Rodeo Queen Contest

MSLBRA Rodeo Queen Contest

MSLBRA Queen and Princess contest is currently being planned for November 5, 2016. If you are interested, contact Gina Smith at 662-803-0475. There will be a meeting to discuss requirements after the rodeo performance Saturday, October 15, 2016.

The event will be held at the Scott County Coliseum in Forest.  We will conduct horsemanship that morning – then start interviews – then conclude with modeling and coronation – (exact times will be given at a later date)  The pageant will be November 5, 2016 and stalls and hook-up will be available (I will get more information on prices)
There is a $25 application fee to enter the pageant and there will be a $5 admission on November 5, 2016 (this will get you in for horsemanship and modeling)
You can bring your application to the rodeo Saturday, October 15,  or mailed by the postmark deadline of Friday, October 21, 2016.  Applications should be mailed to:
615 Campground Road
Louisville, MS  39339


Queen Rules & Regulations





Entry Fee Information:
$15 per event
$15 Cattle charge per class
$7 Goat charge
$40 Rough Stock charge
$9 contestant fee-per rodeo
$5 office fee – per rodeo
$30 late fee – if not mailed by postmark date
Don’t forget there is a $5 charge at the gate – please do not send your gate fee with your entry form.

If you miss the postmark deadline, you must call the secretary to see if entries are still being taken.




Stalls/RV Reservations:  Brandon, MS Rodeo #5 & 6 October 15-16, 2016
Stalls – $20 per night, or $35 for the weekend;
RV – $25 per night, or $45 for the weekend
Make your reservations by texting Chris at 601-527-8840 on these days: Monday and Tuesday, October 3-4, 2016, between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm.  DO NOT SEND YOUR RESERVATION REQUESTS EARLY!  THEY WILL BE DELETED IF RECEIVED BEFORE OCTOBER 3RD!  (October 3-4 corresponds with the postmark deadline for rodeo entries.)

Overflow stalls and RV:  Contact the Scott County Coliseum or Kirk Fordice Equine Center for availability.


You can register for a rodeo by either:

1.  Mailing a paper “Rodeo Entry Form” along with your entry fees to the secretary by the postmark date; or

2.  Registering online at www.nlbra.com.  You must still mail your entry fees to the secretary by the postmark date.

Secretary Mailing Address:

Tonya Bierman
8373 Hwy 481 North
Morton, MS 39117

The new 2015-2016 Official Rule Book has been published – you can find it in the “Forms” section. Please be aware of the changes that will affect you!




The stock draw is scheduled for 9 pm the night before the scheduled rodeo, or as soon as stock numbers are provided to the judge and secretary.