2019 PRCA Rule Book

R6.3.3 Conflict Due to a Reride. A riding event contestant with a reride which can only be taken during a performance other than that contestant’s originally scheduled performance for that rodeo, thereby creating a conflict with the first go-round of a second rodeo, may draw out of the either rodeo provided the contestant follows the following procedure: (1) the contestant must notify the Rodeo Judges of the rodeo where the option of the reride was given of his decision to accept the reride, or to draw out of that rodeo, immediately upon learning which animal would be used as a reride and the time of the reride; and (2) should the contestant accept the reride, he must notify the Central Entry Office of his decision to be drawn out of the second rodeo no later than the turn out deadline for his position for the first go-round of the second rodeo. In no case will a draw out option be accepted if the option is for other than a first go-round. R6.4.1 Replacement of Partner. When replacing a partner, only a header may replace a header (e.g. a replacement for a header must begin all competitions for that rodeo from the header’s box), and only a heeler may replace a heeler (e.g. a replacement for a heeler must begin all competitions for that rodeo from the heeler’s box). A partner may only be replaced prior to the stock draw for the first go-round, unless an exception set forth in Part R6.4.5 or R6.4.7 applies. After a team roping team has competed one time at a rodeo, neither partner may be replaced, unless the exception set forth in Part R6.4.5 applies. R6.4.2 Draw out, Doctor Release or Visible Injury Turn out by a Partner. If a team roper doctor releases, draws out or turns out with a visible injury prior to the first go-round in accordance with the regulations of these Official Rodeo Rules, the individual entered with him may draw out or may get another partner from among any of the PRCA event contestants entered at the rodeo, except team ropers already scheduled to compete in the event. If a team roper notifies of a turn out prior to first go-round competition, in accordance with PRCA turn out procedures, the individual entered with him may select another partner from among any of the PRCA event contestants already entered at the rodeo, except those scheduled to compete in the event, or that individual may draw out if and only if he is present at the rodeo and personally notifies the rodeo secretary prior to the cattle draw of first go-round competition.

R6.4 Team Roping.

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