2019 PRCA Rule Book

R6.4.7 Replacement of Team Roper in Second or Subsequent Go-Rounds. If a team roper’s partner is unable to compete in the second or subsequent go-round due to a visible injury or doctor release, the remaining partner may obtain a replacement partner from among those contestants entered in that rodeo who are not already entered in the team roping, provided that the originally-entered team competed in the first go-round. This newly established team will not be eligible for the average payoff. Any money won in a go-round by the newly established team will not count as Championship Points, Circuit Points, any All-Around awards, or sponsor bonuses. Only one replacement partner per rodeo will be allowed under this Rule. The replacement partner shall not be responsible for entry fees. R6.5.1 Procedure. A contestant wishing to make a notified turn out must so notify the Central Entry Office no later than three hours prior to the performance of which he is turning out, unless an earlier deadline applies pursuant to Part R6.5.1.1. Should circumstances change that make it possible for a contestant to compete after a turn out notification has been made, it will be his responsibility to notify that rodeo’s representative individually. If his stock is available, contestant may be allowed to compete. If timed event stock has already been drawn excluding this contestant, he shall not be allowed to compete. R6.5.1.1 Morning Slack. A contestant desiring to make a notified turn out for a morning section of slack must so notify the Central Entry Office no later than the turn out deadline of the previous evening’s performance or 5:00 p.m. (Colorado Mountain Time) of the day prior to such section of slack if there is no performance the previous evening. R6.5.1.2 Early Performances . A contestant desiring to make a notified turn out for a performance, the turn out deadline of which is prior to Central Entry Office business hours for that day, must so notify the Central Entry Office in accordance with procedures outlined in Rule R6.5.1.1. R6.5.2 Mount Money in Riding Events. A riding event contestant who notifies of a turn out in the first go-round no later than 5 p.m. (Mountain Time) of the day prior to scheduled stock call-back time will not be held responsible for mount money. Arena Secretaries will be notified of which contestants are not to be charged mount money. R6.5.3 Not Eligible for Average Payoff. Any contestant turning out at any time in an event will not be eligible for any average payoff in that event or advancement to progressive and/or finals go- rounds, except in the instance that every contestant has turned out at least once, but will be eligible to compete on all other stock at that particular rodeo.

R6.5 Notified Turn out.

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