2019 PRCA Rule Book
R188.8.131.52Notification to Central Entry Office and Second Callback Period. For a trade to be effective, at rodeos adding $7500 or more per event, each contestant involved in a trade must personally notify the Central Entry Office of the trade no later than 5:00 P.M. (Mountain Time) on the fourth PRCA National Office business day following original callbacks for that rodeo. For a trade to be effective, at rodeos adding $7499 or less per event, each contestant involved in a trade must personally notify the Central Entry Office of the trade no later than 5:00 P.M. (Mountain Time) on the second PRCA National Office business day following original callbacks for that rodeo. The Central Entry Office will establish a second position callback time (after the original callback time) for contestants to confirm whether the trade was made. Contestants shall be responsible for contacting the Central Entry Office to ensure the trade was made, and no contestant shall be excused from fines or other sanctions for missed competition times because a trade was not made. Information on entries will not be given to Rodeo Secretaries or Rodeo Committees until after the second callback period has ended. R184.108.40.206Trading Options; No Designation of Unofficial. If a trade is allowed under this Rule, the positions of the contestants involved in the trade may be exchanged, or a contestant may trade into an available open position, as long as no open position in a performance is created by such trade. Once a trade is granted, the traded positions shall be effective for all go-rounds in that rodeo. If a trade request is granted, the contestants’ status (“official” or “unofficial”) prior to the trade shall be retained and cannot be changed, even if the contestant would have otherwise been eligible to designate the rodeo or event as “unofficial” pursuant to Rule 220.127.116.11. R18.104.22.168Violations and Turn Out Fines. Any contestant or other individual found to be intentionally violating the provisions of this Rule will be disqualified from the rodeo, will be required to return any and all monies won at the rodeo in the event involved, and will be subject to a fine. For purposes of turn out fines, once a contestant has traded positions, he will be treated as if he has received his requested performance for a Performance- Preference Rodeo.
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