Welcome to the BC Rodeo Association Website

The British Columbia Rodeo Association (BCRA) was formed in 1988 and became the primary governing body of rodeo in British Columbia when, the Interior Rodeo Association, Yellowhead Cowboys Association and the Vancouver Island Rodeo Association amalgamated. This amalgamation created a strong organization, combining decades of rodeo experience from all corners of the province. Over 500 members compete annually at rodeos throughout the Province of British Columbia. Our co-approving Associations include the PWRA and WIREA. The BCRA office is located in the heart of the Cariboo in Williams Lake British Columbia and employs one full time Office Manager and one seasonal office assistant.

The BCRA is a non-profit amateur/semi-pro association that operates under the guiding principles of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association. The BCRA is governed by the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the BCRA and managed by a hardworking volunteer Board of Directors that is voted by the membership each fall during the Annual General Meeting. All terms are for two years, with overlapping terms to ensure continuity of the organization. The Officers (President, Vice-President) are elected by and from the Board of Directors and Event Representatives and other key positions are appointed by the BOD.

WEBSITE IS EXPERIENCING TECH. DIFFICULTIES – TO VIEW THE SMITHERS CALLBACK, CLICK ON RODEO SCHEDULE, CLICK ON “SMITHERS RODEO” AND DOWNLOAD CALLBACK BUTTON.

*TO ENTER BARRIERE ONLINE, CLICK ON RODEO SCHEDULE, CLICK ON “BARRIERE” AND ENTER ONLINE BUTTON

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UPDATES:

~ BCRA SMITHERS FALL FAIR & RODEO – AUGUST 28 & 29, 2015
~ Online Entries open Tuesday, Aug. 25TH – 8am for the Barriere Rodeo.
~ Deadline to have your BCRA Membership purchased to enter the Barriere Rodeo – Monday, Aug. 24th – 4pm.
~ 2015 BCRA Membership Application & Waiver Release Forms are located under “Member Information” / “Member Forms”.