2019 PRCA Rule Book

R1.3.3.5.3 Team Ropers. At rodeos where there is one steer for every entry, or where the committee has equal money in the team roping (see Bylaw B10.3) and the competition has more than 15 entries, there will be a stock charge in the team roping of $10 per go-round, per team, or $5 per man. For purposes of calculating the stock charge, no stock charge will be assessed for progressive go- rounds or finals/short go-rounds. This stock charge will be assessed equally for Contestant Card Members and Permit Members. R1.3.3.5.4SteerWrestling. At rodeoswhere there are two ormore go-rounds, and the Stock Contractor/Rodeo Committee provides one head of livestock for each contestant and the competition has more than 15 entries, there will be a stock charge in the steer wrestling of $5 per go-round, per entry. The entire steer wrestling Herd must meet all requirements (R7.3.2 brands on left side or left horn, R7.10.2 horn length of 9” minimum, R7.13.2 certified Corriente with “m” brand weighing between 450-600 lbs.). For purposes of calculating the stock charge, no stock charge will be assessed for progressive go- rounds or finals/short go-rounds. This stock charge will be assessed equally for Contestant Card Members and Permit Members. R1.3.3.6 Team Roping. If a rodeo does not add equal money in the team roping, the team roping headers and heelers will pay half for the PROCOM, judging and circuit fees. The insurance premium will be paid by both the header and heeler. The 6% purse money and entry fee deduction would be 3% paid by the header and 3% by the heeler. R1.3.4 Local Entries Insurance and Entry Fees. All local entries will be required to purchase an accident insurance policy for a premium of $15. This $15 premium and a $10 administrative fee per entry and entry fees and charges must be collected by the Rodeo Committee prior to entering the local entries with the Central Entry Office The sum total of all these charges, along with a completed insurance form for local entry, must be presented to the Arena Secretary upon his/her arrival. Failure to do so will result in the local entrant(s) being eliminated from competition. R1.3.5 Entry in CPRA Rodeos. In connection with each CPRA- sanctioned rodeo entered by a PRCA Contestant Card Member, such Contestant Card Member shall be billed by the PRCA a $10 insurance fee. The insurance fee will revert to the PRCA National Office to subsidize the membership accident insurance program and shall be in addition to the required premium for membership group accident insurance coverage. No Member shall pay more than one such $10 insurance fee for each CPRA-sanctioned rodeo in which he participates.

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