- Aug 27th, 2022
- Saturday: 10:00am
- Cowgirl's Barrel Racing
- Cowgirl's Breakaway Roping
- Open Barrel Racing
The Lewiston Roundup 4D Barrel Race will be held on Saturday, August 27th, 2022 in Lewiston, Idaho. This Lewiston rodeo is held at Lewiston Roundup Grounds.
Marks the 10th year that the Lewiston Roundup Association will put on the largest barrel race in the Lewis-Clark Valley.
- Contact: Roy Hill
- Phone: (208) 983-5648
- Contact: Information
- Phone: (120) 874-6632
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/319143656414933/
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheLewistonRoundup
- Website: https://lewistonroundup.com/event/lewiston-roundup-classic-barrel-race/
- Contact: Renee Jenkins
- Phone: (706) 823-3728
- Website: http://www.nbha.com
Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Local Girls Barrel Racing Qualifier
FEES: Entry Fee $20.00. Office Fee: $10.00. All paperwork must be accompanied by payment (Total Fees: $30.00).
DEADLINE: Completed application and fees in full must be mailed to the Lewiston Roundup Office no later than August 20, 2022.
AGE: Open to barrel racers aged 14 - 18 years of age as of January 1st, 2022. Copy of birth certificate or government
issued photo ID required and must be submitted with the application.
DRESS CODE: Contestants must wear a long-sleeved western shirt or blouse, and a western hat or approved helmet.
CONTESTANT INSURANCE & LIABILITY: All contestants and/or parent/guardian for contestants under the age of 18 must execute and return with the application the “Contestant Release and Proof of Insurance Form.” Contestants must have liability and/or injury insurance acceptable to the Lewiston Roundup Association. Please note, that contestants and/or parent/guardians of contestants under the age of 18 will need to attend the Check-In meeting in order to sign additional
liability waivers (if applicable).
AMATEUR STATUS: All contestants must be of amateur status only. Professional standing will not be accepted. Professional status is defined as an individual in possession of a Women Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) permit or card.
FORMAT: Tryouts: 6:29 p.m. Saturday, August 27th, 2022 (Or immediately following the Lewiston Round up Classic Barrel Race if after 6:29 p.m.). Contestants will make two runs. *New draw format: Random draw for first go and second go. The draw will be posted after check-in is complete. The arena will be watered and big rake between the first and second go. The top eighteen contestants, based on the lowest aggregate times on two runs, will advance to the Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night performances.
a. Day and order of performance will be based on contestant draw to be conducted immediately after the Saturday tryouts. The fastest aggregate time will draw for performance first, slowest aggregate time will draw for the performance last. The top 18 will be given the opportunity to trade performances as needed, following the draw.
The fastest time from the performances of the Lewiston Roundup will be declared Amateur Girls Barrel Racing. Champion. First Place/Champion will also be awarded a trophy item at the discretion of the Lewiston Roundup Association. All checks earned will be mailed to the address listed on the barrel racing application after the conclusion of the Lewiston Roundup. Any awards will be mailed to the address listed on the barrel racing application after the conclusion of the Lewiston Roundup.
PATTERN: Barrels 1 & 2 will be 90 feet apart; Barrels 1 & 3 and Barrels 2 & 3 will be 105 feet apart, with a 60-foot
score line. There will be a five-second penalty for each downed barrel. The Lewiston Roundup Association reserves the right to make any changes it deems appropriate in procedures, rules, and course without notice.
CHECK-IN: All contestants must check-in at the Rodeo Secretary's office between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. on Saturday,
August 27th, 2022. If all entries have checked in, the Lewiston Roundup Association may start the Race early at its
discretion. For questions contact Travis 208-791-8989
A HEALTH CERTIFICATION from a Veterinarian is required for all out-of-state horses. A Coggins test is required for states
other than Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. The Lewiston Roundup Association suggests brand inspections also be
readily available in case the Brand Inspector is on-site. Having paperwork within reach when coming through the
participant’s entrance would be appreciated.