Each year the members of Block and Bridle organize a Student and Open rodeo right here on LSU's campus
LSU's Block and Bridle Club will host the 102nd National Block and Bridle Convention in New Orleans Fromm January 31st - February 3rd. Convention is in partnership with the Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Tradeshow
Members participate in our annual livestock show and learn how to train and show beef, sheep, swine and horses
Block and Bridle Club at LSU began in order to instill a sense of community and scholarship among animal science students and has been doing so through our annual rodeo, Little International livestock show, and countless other service activities the club does throughout the year.
Ready to join? We can't wait to meet you! Click the link to send us a message so we can get your membership star.
Block and Bridle Club is centered around instilling a sense of professionalism in the students who participate in the club activities from helping organize a rodeo to showing in Little I and through contact with those in the animal science industry.
Block and Bridle Club is a service-oriented organization that donates monetarily to organizations such as Cancer Services of Baton Rouge and also volunteers throughout the Baton Rouge community.