Estimated Payout: $271,380
$115,000 ADDED MONEY | $10,000 ADDED PER EVENT
Monday, July 25 –
9am – Midnight – Stall Office Open
Tuesday, July 26 –
9am – Midnight – Stall Office Open
9am – 8pm – Rodeo Office Open
10am – 7pm – Contestant Check-In – Rodeo Office
4pm – Pole Bending Round 1
6pm – Barrel Racing Round 1
Wednesday, July 27 –
7:30am – 7pm – Rodeo Office Open
7:30am – 6pm – Contestant Check-In – Rodeo Office
9am – Midnight – Stall Office Open
9am – Breakaway Round 1 – Section 1
Followed by – Tie Down Roping Round 1
Followed by – Breakaway Round 1 – Section 2
1:30pm – Goat Tying Round 1
3pm – Steer Wrestling Round 1
Followed by Press Conference Announcing 2023 WCJR/DY Event
4:30pm – Barrel Racing Round 2
6:00pm – Team Roping Round 1
Thursday, July 28 –
7:30am – 9pm – Rodeo Office Open
7:30am – 2pm – Contestant Check-In – Rodeo Office
9am – 7pm – Stall Office Open
9am – Pole Bending Round 2
10:30am – Bareback Round 1
Followed by – Saddle Bronc Round 1
1pm – Breakaway Round 2 – Section 1
Followed by – Tie Down Roping Round 2
Followed by – Breakaway Round 2 – Section 2
5pm – Bull Riding Round 1
6pm – Goat Tying Round 2
7:00pm – Team Roping Round 2
Friday, July 29 –
9am – 7pm – Stall Office Open
9am – Bareback Round 2
Followed by – Saddle Bronc Round 2
10am – Buyback Entries Close
11am – Steer Wrestling Round 2
1pm – Bull Riding Round 2
3pm – Buyback Round
Saturday, July 30 –
8am – 8pm – Rodeo Office Open
11am – Semi Finals Performance
7pm – Finals Performance
World Championship Junior Rodeo
World Championship Junior Rodeo
JR Ironman Sidepot
JR Ironman Qualifier – Sidepot Entry Required
- $5,000 – Added
- $100 Sidepot – 100% Payout
- Ran concurrently with events – must enter all 4 events (heading, heeling, steer wrestling and tie down roping)
- Top 5 qualify to JR Ironman Championship.
- Final results will be based on total money won in three or more events.
- If contestants fail to win money in three or more events, the contestant who wins the most money in two events, but was entered in all four, shall be the winner.
- If money won in two events does not fill the five qualifying positions, the contestant who wins the most in one event, but was entered in all four shall be eligible.
- In the case of a tie for fifth place, the total time on eight head from the Go-Rounds will determine the contestant advancing to the JR. Ironman Championship. If a contestant receives a no time in the Go-Rounds, they will receive a 60-second time penalty.
Jr Ironman Payout: $5,000 Added, 100% Payout
In the case of ties, money will be divided equally.
|Place||Added Money||Sidepot %|
- A Mens and Ladies All Around Champion will be crowned at the conclusion of the event.
- The Champions will be determined by the contestant winning the most money in two events during the rodeo.
- If all contestants fail to place in two events, the all-around will be determined by the contestant winning the most money in one event but was entered and competed in two or more event.
- In the case of a tie, the contestant who was entered in events with more entries will be considered the champion.
- Example: Contestant 1: Entered in Barrel Racing (200 entries) and Goat Tying (100 entries), 300 total entries. Contestant 2: Entered in Breakaway (150 entries) and Goat Tying (100 entries), 250 total entries. Contestant 1 is the Champion.
- If still tied, the contestant winning the highest amount in the event both contestants were entered in, with the most entries, will be declared the champion.
- Example: Contestants 1 and 2 are both entered in Goat Tying. Whoever won the most in that event is declared the Champion.
All Around Payout: $5,000 Added to Each
In the case of ties, money will be divided equally
Ground Rules & Event Conditions
- Open to any contestant ages 19 & Under, as of first date of competition – July 26, 2022.
- Copy of birth certificate is required for all entries.
- Contestant & parent signature is required on the WCJR release of liability form.
- Birth certificates and release forms must be sent to [email protected].
- No memberships are required.
- No qualification required.
- Online entries – Rodeo Entry Tool. Entrytool.com.
- Entries open May 1, 2022, and close on July 1, 2022.
- Late entries are accepted with $50 late fee per contestant, through July 15, 2022.
- No onsite entries will be accepted.
- $300/Entry, 80% Payback, enter 1X.
- Team Ropers may enter 1X Heading and 1X Heeling.
- 2 Full Rounds, Semi Finals, and a Finals.
- If Contestant opts to enter, Buyback Round will be held on Friday. $100/ Entry Fee – Top 2 Advance.
- Buyback round is cash only, paid in full by Friday 10am at the Entry Office.
- $50 Office & Family Pass Fee Per Contestant. This covers all office fees, ground fees and ticketing fees for the contestant and family.
Stalling and Camping
- Online Stalling and Camping Reservations – Openstalls.com
- Stalling and Camping Open May 1 and Close on July 20.
- Contestant Move-In will begin at 9am on Monday, July 25.
- $150/Stall for the Event.
- Stallions are allowed and must be designated during stalling process.
- Camping rates vary based on location and amenities. $175-$250
- All horses must follow Oklahoma State Law and have current EHV vaccine (see protocol).
- All onsite and haul in horses must be checked-in during move-in days. Move-In days will be announced.
- All contestants must have a credit card on file to pay for any facility damages, including stalling and camping.
- Golf Carts Only – No 3 or 4-Wheelers, ATV or Motorbikes.
- Anyone with a valid driver’s license may operate a golf cart.
- The National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Rulebook will be used for all event rules.
- National Little Britches Rodeo Association Rulebook will be used for pole bending rules.
- A traditional rope barrier will be used for team roping, steer wrestling, tie down and breakaway.
- An electric timer will be used for barrel racing and pole bending.
- An electric timer starts, and flagger will be used for goat tying.
- All timed event times will be given to the hundredth of a second.
- In the barrel racing and pole bending, a single horse may only be ridden one time, by the same contestant, for the entire event.
Contestants may designate a helper at check-in and helpers wearing official WCJR credentials will be allowed on the arena floor to assist. Pushers are not allowed to break the plane of the chute, and helpers are not allowed past the plane of the competition arena.
Specific Event Allowances
Tie Down Roping
- The switch rule is not recognized.
- Two loops in Semi and Finals. If roper intends to use two loops, he must carry two loops. Roper cannot rebuild.
- Hazers do not need to meet the same age and eligibility requirements.
- May enter the team roping twice. Once heading and once heeling. Partners do not need to be the same but must meet the same age and eligibility requirements.
- Must designate partners at time of entry.
- Three loops are permitted in the Semi and Finals. Contestants only need to carry one rope and may rebuild.
- Contestants must dally and will not be able to be tied on.
- Ladies are allowed to enter the team roping, and money won will count towards the all-around.
Main Arena The Main Arena dimensions will be 150×280. Barrels will be set on a standard pattern and will run in via the Roughstock end of the Arena.
Timed Event Qualification
Go Rounds: The go rounds will be ran as slack, using the Indoor Arena. All Go Rounds will be in random draw order. The top three fastest times in each Go Round (6 total), and the top 8 in the average (total on two) runs, will advance to the Semi Finals. If a contestant qualifies in the go-round and the average, only one Semi Finals position will be granted, and the next fastest average time will move into the Semi Finals. In the case of ties, all tied contestants will advance. All stock will be drawn.
Buyback Round: Contestants not advancing via the Go-Rounds or average, may decide to enter the Buyback Round. The fastest two times advance to the Semi Finals. Buyback Round will be in random draw order. In the case of ties, all tied contestants will advance. All stock will be drawn.
The Semi Finals will consist of 16 contestants from the Go-Round, average and Buyback Rounds, and will be a clean slate format. The Semi Finals performance will be a fully produced performance and will be held inside the main arena. The Semi Finals go order will be: 1) buybacks (slow to fast), 2) go round (slow to fast), followed by 3) average qualifiers (slow to fast). The 8 fastest times will advance to the final’s performance. In the case of ties, all tied contestants will advance. All stock will be drawn.
The Finals will consist of the top 8 from the Semi Finals and will again be a clean slate format. The Finals performance will be a fully produced performance and will be held inside the main arena. The contestant order will be slowest to the fastest time from the Semi Finals. All stock will be drawn. In the case of a tie for champion, a run-off will be required to determine the champion.
Go Rounds: Go Rounds will be run as slack, using the Indoor arena. All Go Rounds will be in random draw order. The top 14 highest scores will advance to the Semi Finals. If an individual has more than one score advancing, the highest score will advance, and the next highest scoring contestant will move forward to the Semi Finals. In the case of ties, all tied contestants advance.
Buyback Round: Contestants not advancing via the go-rounds, may decide to enter the Buyback Round. The two highest scores will advance to the Semi Finals. The Buyback Round will be in random draw order. In the case of ties, all tied contestants advance.
The Semi Finals will consist of 16 contestants from the Go-Round and Buyback Rounds and will be a clean slate format. The Semi Finals performance will be a fully produced performance and will be held inside the main arena. The Semi Finals go order will be; 1) buybacks (low score to high score), followed by 2) go-round (low score to high score). The top 8 scores will advance to the Finals performance. In the case of ties, all tied contestants advance.
The Finals will consist of the top 8 from the Semi Finals and will again be a clean slate format. The Finals performance will be a fully produced performance and will be held inside the main arena. The contestant order will be low score to the high score from the Semi Finals. In the case of a tie for champion, a ride-off will be required to determine the champion.
Full western attire required for all contestants and helpers competing or on the arena floor. This includes Reliance, warmup arenas, behind the chutes, etc.
All Contestants must be prepared to compete at the call of the Chute Boss. At his/her first call, a 45 second time limit will start, if the rider is unable to compete at the end of 45-seconds they will be turned out and a no time will be given.
It is recommended that all contestants carry their own personal insurance. Contestant Medical Insurance is not provided by WCJR.
Mistreatment of any animal will not be tolerated. Any contestant, helper or participant that mistreats any animal may be disqualified from competition.
All discrepancies will be first taken to the Arena Director, then the Arena Director will address with the judges. Any attempt to sway a judges’ decision or influence a judge may be considered a disqualifying act. Any flagrant or abusive behavior toward a judge or any rodeo personnel will be a disqualifying event.
If a contestant’s actions or misconduct are deemed detrimental to the Lazy E Arena, the contestant may be immediately disqualified from the event.
- Misconduct is defined as fighting, threatening, harassing, using profane language, striking or assault, mistreatment of livestock, being under the influence of alcohol or prohibited drugs.
Lazy E Arena management reserves the right to interpret, modify or amend the application of the conditions at any time.
TR Steers: TBD
SW Steers: TBD
World Championship Junior Rodeo Payouts
80% Payout of Entry Fees plus $10,000 Added Money Per Event
10% of the prize money will be paid in Round 1.
10% of the prize money will be paid in Round 2.
Average on 2::
15% of the prize money will be paid on the Average of 2.
15% of the prize money will be paid in Semi Finals. In the case of ties, money will be divided equally.
50% of the prize money will be paid in the Finals. In the case of ties, money will be divided equally. All contestants making the Finals will receive a check.
Horse Entry Requirements for the 2022 World Championship Junior Rodeo
All horses will be required to check-in, including horses staying on-site and horses being hauled in.
All horses entering the Lazy E Arena property will follow Oklahoma State Law. Currently the law requires horses entering the state of Oklahoma to have an official report of a negative EIA test (coggins) dated within 12-months, and a Certificate of Veterinarian Inspection (health papers) dated within 30-days, prior to the date of entry.
All horses must be vaccinated with an FDA-approved EHV 1 and 4 & Influenza vaccine not less than 14 days prior to the event and not before January 1, 2022. If you or a vet are administering, please document the serial number that appears on the outside of the vaccine bottle or individual syringe and the date of administration on your horse check-in form.
It is recommended that ALL horses are given an EHV 1 and 4 & Influenza booster not less than 14 days and not more than 90 days prior to the date of entry.
|Date Arriving at Lazy
|Coggins||Health Certificate||EHV & Influenza
|EHV & Influenza
|Monday, July 25||After July 25, 2021||After June 25||January 1 – April 26||April 27 – July 11|
|Tuesday, July 26||After July 26, 2021||After June 26||January 1 – April 27||April 28 – July 12|
|Wednesday, July 27||After July 27, 2021||After June 27||January 1 – April 28||April 29 – July 13|
|Thursday, July 28||After July 28, 2021||After June 28||January 1 – April 29||April 30 – July 14|