2019 PRCA Rule Book

R5.5.4 Procedure Where All Contestants in a Go-Round Turn Out, Draw Out or Doctor Release (With At Least One Contestant Competing In Another Go-Round). In the case that all contestants in a given go-round of a multiple go-round rodeo turn out, draw out, or doctor release, and at least one contestant competes in at least one other go-round of that rodeo, prize money for the go-round in which no contestant competed will revert to the average payoff. R5.5.4.1 Procedure Where All Contestants in a Go-Round

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Turn Out, Draw Out or Doctor Release (With No Competitions Occurring In Another Go-Round). In the case that all contestants in a one go-round rodeo turn out, draw out, or doctor release, or in the case that all contestants turn out, draw out, or doctor release from all go-rounds of a multiple go-round rodeo, the added prize money for that event shall revert to the Rodeo Committee, and the entry fees for that event, in addition to any applicable fines, shall revert to the PRCA.

R5.6 Payoff in the Average.

R5.6.1 Amount of Money and Number of Places. Determine amount of money to be used in the average. All averages are to pay the same number of places and the same percentages as previous long go-rounds, regardless of the total amount of money in the average. R5.6.2 Inclusion of Finals Results. When there is a finals, all markings and/or times will be included for purposes of determining the average. R5.6.3 Contestant Must Compete in Every Go-Round. A contestant must compete in every go-round to qualify for the average. However, in the case that every contestant in a particular event has turned out at least once, the average money will be equally divided among those contestants who competed the most number of times, with this money not counting as Championship Points, but as ground money.

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