Central Entry Information

To enter a rodeo held in New Zealand you must be a NZRCA current member.

Rodeo

Rodeo Date

On-Line Entry Dates

Scratching Date and Time



Waikouaiti

22 Feb

29 Feb – 8 Feb

19 Feb 8.00 am

Urenui

29 Feb

5 Feb – 15 Feb

26 Feb 8.00 am

 

 

 

 

2019/2020 Season Cut Off

29 Feb

 

 

 

 

 

 

NFR – Millers Flat

28 March

Invitation only

 

 

 

 

 

Waimarino

21 March

26 Feb - 7 Mar

18 Mar 8.00 am

Waimarino

22 March

26 Feb - 7 Mar

19 Mar 8.00 am


 

On-Line Entry

Open the following link http://entry.kcirodeo.net/AssocMain.aspx?AssocId=NZRCA

 

This will work from the browser of your smart phone.

On the first page is the Links to upcoming rodeo entry pages. These will be posted when entry for that rodeo is open. Keep an eye out for dates for entry for each rodeo these will be published on the NZRCA website.

Your entry will only be accepted if you are a current financial member of the NZRCA and have no outstanding fines or monies owed.

 

To enter

·click on the name of the rodeo you want to enter a new page will open with that rodeo.

·Enter your membership number and click lookup

·Click on the events you want to enter, for team roping you must enter a partner who is a financial member

·Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on ‘Calculate Total Fees’ this gives you the amount of money you must pay on the day

Juniors must select the Junior Crest Fee

·Check the box agreeing to the terms and conditions of entry

·Click ‘Next’

·A review page comes up. You can check that you have entered correctly

·Click on ‘Confirmation and Receipt’

·You will also receive an email with your receipt if you have an email address attached to your membership

You need to close that page and go back to the association page to enter other rodeos.


Central Scratching

If you wish to scratch from a rodeo then you text your membership number, name, rodeo and events you wish to scratch from to 027 282 5633.

 

There is a $10 scratching fee for every rodeo you scratch from. It does not matter if you use on-line or form entry. If you can provide evidence that you or your horse is injured this will be waived.