NLBRA of MI has 4 age divisions for kids to rodeo that are 18 years old and younger. We put on 12 to 18 rodeos per season. The season starts in June and ends the last Sunday of National Finals in July. You can become a member anytime during the rodeo season. Your division is determined by your age as of the first Monday following National Finals of that year.
NLBRA of Michigan Queen
I am Alexa Ulrich. I am proud to be serving as your 2019-2020 NLBRA of MI Queen.
This will be my 8th season at Michigan Little Britches. My events are currently Barrels, Poles, Goat Tying, Trail course, and Dally Ribbon Roping. (The last 2 seasons I have won the Sr. Dally Ribbon Roping State Champion along with Elijah Maciborski!)
Outside of Rodeo I am Captain of my schools color guard team and play flute in the band. I am also the owner of A-M Equine Services LLC and I am certified in both Equine Farrier work and Equine Massage Therapy.
My family raises Miniature Bucking Bulls which we haul to rodeos for kids to ride and learn on, We enjoy sharing our knowledge and helping out.
If you have any questions or concerns feel free to ask! I’ll be happy to do the best I can to help you or point out the best person to help you!
I am Kyanne Casey and I am thrilled to be representing the NLBRA of Michigan as the 2019/2020 Little Wrangler Princess. I am 8 years old, and going into the 4th grade at Star Elementary School in Hastings, Michigan. I have grown up in a rodeo family as my grandparents, parents and brother have competed in the world of Rodeo. I joined the NLBRA of Michigan in 2012 as a Trail Hand.
I am honored to represent our association as my passion for Rodeo is on fire. I love helping and teaching the younger kids learn new things, as well as talking with people and promoting the great sport of Rodeo!
I compete in the Barrel Racing, Goat Tail Untying and Pole Bending and cannot wait to enter the Breakaway Roping! My partner in crime is my 16 year old pony Peppermint Patty.
As the new season starts, I am looking forward to representing the NLBRA of Michigan, and would like to wish all the contestants the best of luck.
2019/2020 Little Wrangler Princess
NLBRA of Michigan is successful due in part to the Board of Directors, the Youth Board, the Event Directors, volunteers of all ages, and the generous sponsors.
Little Britches is one of the oldest continuing junior rodeo associations in the nation. The National Little Britches Rodeo Association of Michigan
(NLBRA of MI), a franchise of NLBRA in Colorado, was established in 1998 as a 501-C3 non-profit youth rodeo organization. This association is made up of amazing volunteers who have come together to promote the great sport of youth rodeo. The purpose of the organization is directed towards building character, self reliance, and good sportsmanship in our youth. It enables kids to set goals and challenges them to accomplish such goals through discipline, organization, and physical fitness.
NLBRA of Michigan
Little Wrangler Princess
If you need more information regarding NLBRA of Michigan, please contact any of the board members or send message to
June 10, 2019 to July 12, 2020
The age requirements for the 2019-2020 season begins
the first Monday after national finals July 8, 2019
National Little Britches Rodeo Association of Michigan