Membership in the Texas Senior Pro Rodeo Association (TSPRA) is open to anyone who is or will become 40 years of age or older during the membership year.


Membership dues are $95 for contestants and $35 for non-contestants who support senior rodeos and want to stay involved. 

Dues apply for a calendar year (January through December), and 2019 dues are now due. 


With over 300 members, TSPRA now includes competitors from New Mexico, Oklahoma and Louisiana, as well. In other words, the rodeos are held in Texas, but anyone 40 or over is deemed mature enough to join and compete!  Take a moment to visit all of our pages...check out our photos of real members... and see how much fun we have...

 Gold Card Membership

On an annual basis, the TSPRA Board of Directors award Gold Card Memberships to all current (2019) members turning 75 years young in the new Season (2019).


Currently, TSPRA rodeos include the following events with associated cost:


Barrels                                    $40

40+ Breakaway                      $55

50+ Breakaway                      $55


60+ Breakaway                      $55

70+ Breakaway/2 head           $90


Ladies Breakaway/2 head    $90

40+ Ribbon Roping               $90/team

40+ Tiedown

2 head $130; 1 Head $65

50+ Tiedown

2 head$130; 1 Head $65


60+ Tiedown

2 head $130; 1 Head $65

65+ Tiedown

2 head $130; 1 Head $65

70+ Tiedown

2 head $110; 1 Head $55

75+ Tiedown                          $55

40-59 Team Roping              $110/man

60+ Team Roping                  $110/man

Rodeo Office Charge            $25

***2 Head Rodeos differ each weekend***



$2 of each entry fee at EVERY rodeo will be set aside for added money in that event at the 2019 TSPRA FINALS!


Saturday Rodeo

Ladies Barrels

Breakaway Roping (all ages)

Ribbon Roping

Tiedown Roping (all ages)

Team Roping

Sunday Rodeo

Ladies Barrels

Team Roping (all ages)

Breakaway Roping (all ages)

Ribbon Roping

Tiedown Roping (all ages)



BOOKS for all TSPRA rodeos open the TUESDAY prior from 6-9 p.m. at 254.223.2290, or you can enter by sending an email before 9 p.m. on Tuesday to


To Draw out without a fine, you must call the secretary 24hrs prior to the rodeo.


Non Member Permit Fee $15 plus entry fees and office charge. 




70s barrels age group has been added.  Barrels now consist of 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s

TSPRA barrels use a 4-D format for entry and pay-out, however TSPRA points will be kept by age group for 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s on your designated horse.

Drag will occur after every five numbers as shown on program/secretary books.


Team Roping is pick one draw 2 or draw all 3.  Total of 3 one head rodeo runs.  It is computer drawn.

Teams must be confirmed on the Saturday of the rodeo by 1:30pm to the rodeo secretary, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Team roping will not start before 4:00pm on Saturday, and will follow immediately after the ladies barrels on Sunday, which begins at 9:00am.

40+ lady team ropers may also compete in the 60+ age group.

Courtesy Runs - For courtesy runs, Courtesy Roper (if placing in the money) will receive half the winnings and the other half will go back into the jackpot - NO OPTION.


Tiedown, Breakaway

and Ribbon Roping

    Contestants            Pays

    1 to  4                         1 

    5 to 8                          2

    9 to 12                        3

    13 to 16                      4

    17 to 20                      5

    21 +                             6

Team Roping

1 – 6 Contestants

1 money 100%

7 – 12 Contestants

2 monies  60/40%

13 – 18 Contestants

3 monies  50%/30%/20%

19 and over

4 monies  40%/30%/20%/10%

PAY OUT - 2019

70,75 Tiedown

and Breakaway

     Contestants            Pays

     1 to 3                          1

     4 to 6                          2

     7 to 10                        3

     11 to 15                      4

     16 to 20                      5

     21 +                             6










Each event with less than an average of eight contestants by the end of June will be evaluated by the executive board to determine the prize line for that rodeo year.