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NEW RULES EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY


B8.3.1 Minimum Performances. All riding event livestock selected for the NFR must have been drawn for competition a minimum of eight outs at PRCA events during the Rodeo Year for which the NFR is being held. An animal selected for bareback riding or saddle bronc riding need only have eight outs in these two events combined. If an animal is drawn for competition but turned out for any reason by a contestant, including notified turnout, non-notified turnout, doctor’s release, visible injury or draw out, it will count as an out. If an animal is drawn for competition but removed by the stock contractor for any reason, including sickness, injury or lameness, it will not count towards the minimum number of outs. Animals selected as first reride will count towards the minimum number of outs. All other rerides will not count unless that animal is competed on at the rodeo in which it was selected as a reride. Outs at the previous year’s NFR, will not count toward the minimum number of outs. All riding event livestock minimum performance requirements must be met by the end of the Rodeo Year in order to be selected. A Stock Contractor qualifying to bring selected riding event livestock to the NFR under paragraph B8.3.2 below may bring only Eligible Livestock.

R9.5.6 Only Rosin Allowed. Rosin may be used on chaps and saddle. Anyone using excessive rosin or any other foreign substance, in the sole discretion of a rodeo judge, shall be fined $250 for the first offense, $500 for the second offense, $1,000 for the third offense, and a 30-day suspension and $1,000 fine for the fourth and subsequent offenses within a given rodeo year. The judges will examine clothing, saddle, and rein.



COMMITTEES: New PRCA and Xtreme Bulls intros/commercials available for 2024

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CANADIAN LIVESTOCK ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has reported 4 confirmed cases and 11 suspect cases of Vesicular Stomatitis in Riverside County and San Diego County, California as of May 23, 2023.  This has affected at least 15 equine premises in California.

For the members entering Canada, you must have proof that any equine you intend to take into Canada has been in a Vesicular Stomatitis free state for a minimum of 21 days before those equines will be allowed to cross the U.S.-Canadian border.  This is in addition to the regular health requirements of the Canadian authorities and will be required until further notice.

If you have additional questions, please contact the Canadian Authorities using the information on the following site:  https://inspection.canada.ca/about-cfia/contact-us/eng/1546627816321/154662783802 .
Attention all Contract Personnel

The Special Event Application is now available through your member portal. All applications must be filled out and submitted no later then 5:00 p.m. mtn time on May 1st. No late applications will be accepted.

Please click here for a quick reference guide to fill out your application. 




Member Benefit: Free Financial Consultation

The PRCA is excited to offer Complimentary Financial Wellness Consultations to all members. In partnership with Northwestern Mutual, a dedicated team of financial professionals has been assembled with PRCA athletes and members in mind. With offices nationwide you can be just a phone call or office visit closer to finding financial security.

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The ProRodeo Sports News

You can find the latest version of the PSN and Business Journal CLICK HERE.

As we shift our focus to expand our digital presence, we will bring ProRodeo Sports News to your digital fingertips to keep you updated 24/7 on the latest rodeo news, and we're going to take advantage of that.

The PSN will be online in flip-book format for your mobile phone, tablet and computer every two weeks to keep you updated on the latest rodeos, events and stories. And because the digital version will be online, we will continually update issues to keep you apprised of any rodeo changes.

The printed edition of the PSN will be published once a month and will be a combination of the digital magazines. It will continue to list upcoming rodeos, highlight and feature cowboys and livestock, and will continue to deliver the best rodeo coverage in the industry.
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