Contact Cassie Achille at firstname.lastname@example.org or 832-250-2688 if you find any errors.
Sign up for reminders for important information:
This year we will be using Remind101 to send text message and email updates regarding the AYLAA events. Please visit http://www.remind101.com/join/aylaa to sign up for AYLAA notifications so you don't miss out on important information!Note: This will appear that you are signing up for a teacher’s notifications. This program is used by teachers to communicate with their students. We will use it for AY to notify of rain outs, notices, etc. The website will also be available still but this will be a much quicker form of communication if you sign up. You can receive your notice via text message or email.
Summer Series 2014 Dates!!!!
Dates for the 2014 AYLAA Summer Series: June 15 & 16June 22 & 23June 29 & 30 - Rained OutJuly 6 & 7July 13&14July 20&21Rain: July 27&28, Aug 3&4, and Aug 10&11Summer Series Flyer
Concession work points:
You can go ahead and sign up to work the first week's concessions.Each family must work one 2 hour shift in the first three weeks or pay a $75 buyout AND each family must work one 2 hour shift in the second 3 weeks of the summer series or pay a $75 buyout. (Each family must have 2 concession shifts)~ email@example.com or call her at 713-560-3418. Sign up in advance to get your work points completed!
Summer Series Rules Updates
All Around Awards: 6 All-Around saddles will be awarded to the high point boy and girl in each age group for ALL points earned in ALL events during the summer series. All points received by a contestant will go toward the all-around award regardless of the number of times participated in that event. For example, on the 5th week a contestant can add on an event that he normally does not enter and those points will count toward the all around award but would not make the participant eligible for year-end awards. Tie Down: Junior Tie down contestants only - will have the option for assistance in flanking their calf and if calf is down when they get to it, the calf does not have to be gotten up. Contestant must have both feet on the ground and will receive a ten (10) second penalty for having assistance to flank calf or if they do not get the calf up. AYLAA will assign the assistant for all Jr. Tiedown contestants. If the junior roper does not wish to have assistance, he is responsible before he begins the run to make sure the arena judge is notified that no assistance is wanted. Otherwise, all junior ropers will receive assistance in flanking their calves. Senior contestants may not receive any assistance. Senior contestants also must get their calf up if they are down when they get to it. NO REFUNDS of fees or memberships after you enter without a vet or doctors release.AYLAA Arena UseIf you want to ride in the Arena, please contact The Dixons at 979-319-2062 for access and lights. Lights are available for 15$ an hour (cash or check made out to AYLAA - include drivers license number) Call Ahead please for lights and turn lights off when you leave or notify the Dixons.
Attention Rough Stock Riders! New Helmet Law!
New Law requires rough stock riders to wear a particular helmet. AY has purchased helmets for the mutton busters to wear. All other rough stock riders will be required to provide their own.YOU MUST HAVE AN APPROVED HELMET TO PARTICIPATE!You can purchase your helmet at www.usrodeosupply.comView helmet information sheet