updated April 02, 2014




a Nebraska non-profit corporation

The M-SRA was established in 1974 and has a membership of nearly 500 cowboys and cowgirls from Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas.  The primary purpose of the M-SRA is to promote good will and closer cooperation and relationships among stock contractors, contestants, committees, spectators, and everyone involved in the sport of rodeo. Members compete in over 50 rodeos throughout the summer to qualify for the M-SRA Finals!

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Contestant must adjust rope and reins in a manner that will prevent horse from dragging calf over fifteen (15) feet from the spot in which the calf is on his side and being tied, until the spot where the cowboy remounts and rides forward. After measuring the length of the drag, a judge may fine contestant as follows: 1st offense – $50 fine; 2nd offense – $50 fine; each subsequent offense – fine shall double but shall be capped as a maximum $200 fine. If the judge deems the dragging of the calf as an “intentional drag” in which the contestant encourages the dragging of a calf after time has ended or if there has been a mistreatment of stock during the run, the judge may flag contestant out.” 

The MSRA is excited to welcome back Tina Kessler - 4 Rodeos - as its official entry system for 2014!


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