2019 PRCA Rule Book

B10.5 Permit Member Contestants.

B10.5.1 Rodeos Accepting Permit Members. Unless a Rodeo Committee has indicated its intention to accept Permit Members as contestants in the application for rodeo approval, a rodeo may not accept Permit Members as contestants. Rodeos may accept Permit Members in specific events when carried in the listing of their rodeo in the PRCA Business Section pursuant to section B10.11 of these Bylaws. B10.5.2 Permit MembersRequired toContest. All rodeos that add$5,000 or less in purse money per event must accept Permit Members as contestants in each event pursuant to either Circuit Permits, All Permits, Circuit Permits Maximum or Permits Maximum special status as set forth in B10.5.4; provided, however, that rodeos with four or more performances that add $5000 or less in purse money per event are not required to accept Permit Members under the terms specified in this Bylaw B10.5.2 as contestants in the timed events. B10.5.3 Steer RopingRodeos. Rodeos with fewer than four performances which add less than $1,000 in the steer roping must accept Permit Members as contestants in the steer roping. B10.5.4 Special Status Rodeos. A Rodeo Committee adding $5,000 or more in purse money per event may request, in its application for approval, that any of its rodeo events be granted “Circuit Permits,” “All Permits,” “Circuit Permits Maximum” or “Permits Maximum” status. B10.5.4.1Permits Maximum. Any rodeo with such special status

RODEO APPROVAL

will be required to accept all entries from all PRCA Contestant Card Members. If PRCA Contestant Card Member entries alone do not constitute 15 competitions per event per day or 10 competitions per event per performance (whichever is greater), said rodeo will be required to accept all and/or enough of Permit Members from the designated class of Permit Members to fill the remaining competitor positions. If local entries are to be accepted, they are not to be counted when determining the number of permits that will be accepted. EXAMPLE FOR ONE GO-ROUND: A rodeo with three performances in three days has 35 Contestant Card Members entered in a specific event. Said rodeo must accept all 35 Contestant Card Members entered and at least enough of the Permit Members to make a total of 45 entries (thus 10 of the Permit Members. These 10 will be determined by a random draw.)

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