The Little Boots Rodeo has been a key event for 25 years and has been the start for many young people who have taken their experiences and continued to high school, college, and professional rodeo endeavors. Contestants also learn other life lessons and skills in these rodeos and the Queen/Princess Pageant. But mostly, our professional team wants everyone to simply enjoy this family-oriented event as the children take part in this fun-filled day of playing in the dirt and kicking up arena dust!
Little Boots Rodeo April 27, 2024
Ages 3-16 as of Rodeo day
It is highly recommended that contestants pre-register online prior to rodeo day to avoid events filling to capacity during pre-registration. Pre-registration guarantees the event(s) and avoids disappointment if trying to register on rodeo day.
- Justalil’ Rodeo Company/Little Boots Rodeo has a no refund policy.
- The Queen/Princesses pageant has a separate registration form.
- Speed events in all age divisions and also mutton bustin’ may fill to capacity at the conclustion of pre-registration.
- Access frequently asked questions here.
- Location: Pike County Cattlemen’s Park, Troy, AL
- For directions click here. Separate registration & release form for each child are required
- Gates open at 7 a.m.
- Final registration 7:30-8:30 AM.
- Grand entry 9:30 AM
- Pre-registered contestants must check in during final registration at the registration table to receive their back number.
- Registration accepted on rodeo day if events are not full.
- No changes or additions once final registration closes.
- All judges’ decisions are final.
- Compete rodeo rules are found here.
Queen & Princess Pageant
- The pageant is held at the rodeo arena on Friday evening before rodeo day.
- Queen and princess pageant winners will be announced after the grand entry.
- No pageant contestants will be allowed to ride in the grand entry.
- Register for the pageant here.
Questions regarding the pageant may be emailed to email@example.com or call 334-343-2430.
All-Around Cowboy/Cowgirls Awards
- Only the Junior and Senior division contestants are eligible for All-Around Awards.
- No awards other than 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and participant ribbons are given to the Pee Wee Division contestants.
- Montana Silver belt buckles are awarded to the All-Around Cowboy/Cowgirl in both the Junior and Senior divisions and to the Reserve All Around winners in both the Senior and Junior divisions who have scored the most points.
- Awards announced at the conclusion of the rodeo.
All-Around Award Points
- If a horse breaks a pattern and/or barrier, no second try will be given.
- The contestant will be awarded a score of “zero” and exit the arena immediately. (Contestant will receive 2 points toward all-around award for an attempt/try).
- In the event of a tie the arena race time will determine the winner.