2019 PRCA Rule Book

R5.8 Day Money in the Bareback Riding and/or the Saddle Bronc Riding. Day money in the Bareback Riding and/or the Saddle Bronc riding may be used if requested by Rodeo Committee, and approved at time of rodeo approval. Rodeo Committee agrees to add an additional $100 per performance per event, with that money specified for the Bareback Riding and/or Saddle Bronc Riding day money. Entry fees will increase by $25. The following guidelines will be used: R5.8.1 Designated Performance Change. In the instance that a contestant’s designated performance changes due to injured livestock, contestant injury, rerides, etc., the portion of that contestant’s entry fee will remain in the performance in which that contestant was originally designated. R5.8.2 Contestants Scheduled in Slack. Contestants who are originally scheduled to compete in the slack shall not be eligible to compete for day money no matter where they complete competition. Entry fees for contestants in the slack will not be increased by $25. R5.8.3 No Qualified Rides. If no qualified rides are made during a paid performance, the total day money (less the deduction set forth in R5.7.1.1) for that performance will be added directly to the overall payoff. Six percent shall not be deducted from this money added to the overall payoff. R5.8.4 Payoff Procedure. A day money payoff will be completed

following each performance provided all contestants scheduled to compete have done so (see Rule R5.8.2 for exceptions). The total amount of available payoff for each performance shall be: $100 purse plus $25 times the number of contestants scheduled to compete that performance, less the deduction described in R5.8.1. No six percent shall be deducted. The contestants with the top three scores of that performance will split equally the amount of day money available for that performance.

R5.9 Tie-down Roping Day-Money Payoff.

R5.9.1 Use of Day-Money System. The day-money system will be used in the tie-down roping at all rodeos with two or more performances, $3999.99 or less added money and one go-round. Each contestant scheduled to compete during a paid performance must pay double entry fees; half of those fees being used for day money, and the other half being used, along with fees from contestants up during the slack, for the overall payoff. Six percent will not be deducted from the funds used for day money. The top three tie-down ropers making a qualified time during a paid performance will be paid an equal share of the available day money for that performance. Money won in the day money competition will count as Championship Points. The following guidelines shall be used:



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