CES: Penny Mix 520-610-9752 (6-9 MST)

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Welcome to Navajo Nation Rodeo Association

NNRA President, Alvin Smith 505-713-1024 

About Us

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Rodeo Schedule:

Rodeo Schedule is Tentative and Subject to Change.

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Rodeo Daysheets & Results:

Rodeo Daysheets & Results will be posted as they are finalized.

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Rodeo Standings:

Rodeo Standings will be updated accordingly and posted after final approval. 

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Congratulations To All!!

Class of 2019 Indian National Finals Rodeo World Champions

WORLD CHAMPIONS

Bareback - Jayco Roper
Steer Wrestling - Bryton Edmundson
Ladies Breakaway - Jareth Hale
Saddle Bronc - Cole Elshere
Tie-down Roping - Quinton Inman
Team Roping - Edward Hawley, Myles John
Ladies Barrels - Sonya Dodging Horse
Bull Riding - Wyatt Nez
Ladies All-Around - Shantell Brewer
Men’s All-Around - Fran Marchand 

JR SR WORLD CHAMPIONS

Bart Ness - Sr Breakaway
Cayda Dodging Horse -Jr Barrels
Chance Thomas - Jr Bulls
Daryl Boyd and Alfred Armajo Jr - Sr Team Roping
Ty Vaile, Jr Breakaway

Contact Us

Administration

NNRA Region 6

P.O Box 1368

Crownpoint, NM 87313

nnrarodeo@gmail.com 


Alvin Smith, President
Ray Smith, Vice President
Shawndeana Smith, Secretary/Treasurer
Darlene Thomas, Administrative Liaison
Penny Mix, CES Rodeo Secretary

Bobby Pablo, Judges Coordinator

Lonette Lee, Timers Coordinator
Vacant, Public Relations


Directors:

David Peshlakai, Rodeo Representative (pro-tem)
Wayne Franklin, Senior Event

Karl Dennison, Senior Event (Alternate)
Sheridan Jodie, Mens Timed Event
Sheila Sells, Ladies Event

Alfredo Stevenson, Junior Event

Vacant, Rough Stock
 

If you are interested in becoming a part of NNRA, please inform the Administration.   Thank you!  

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Navajo Son: Meet the Great American Cowboy

Growing up on a Navajo reservation in rural Arizona, Derrick Begay always dreamt of making it as a professional cowboy. But the idea of someone from his tribe hitting the big time seemed out of reach—though folks, including his own father, had tried to do it, no Navajo had ever managed to.  After years of hard work, Begay finally succeeded, becoming one of the first Navajo cowboys to qualify for the National Finals—and he’s gone on to compete there six more times.   A Yeti Presents film.