2019 PRCA Rule Book

PART 7 ** RODEO LIVESTOCK **

R7.1 Livestock to Be Furnished by Stock Contractors. All livestock furnished to a PRCA-sanctioned event must be owned by a PRCA Noncontestant Card Member Stock Contractor or First Year Stock Contractor. For purposes of this Rule R7.1, an animal shall be considered “owned” if (1) the Stock Contractor or First Year Stock Contractor owns one hundred percent (100%) of the right, title and interest in that animal, and (2) the Stock Contractor or First Year Stock Contractor meets the requirements as further defined in B2.5.12.2 and B2.5.12.3.2, and (3) the animal carries a permanent, legible brand of the Stock Contractor/First Year Stock Contractor that has been registered with the PRCA. Stock Contractors or First Year Stock Contractors must designate either one brand for all horses and bulls or one brand for all horses and one brand for all bulls. In addition, all Stock Contractors or First Year Stock Contractors must designate only one brand location for all horses and only one brand location for all bulls Violation of this Rule at any PRCA Rodeo or performance, including slack, covered by sections 8 or 9 of the PRCABylaws, or such other championship or finals rodeo identified by the PRCA National Office (i.e. National Finals Rodeo, National Circuit Finals, Circuit Finals, etc.) is a Class III offense and shall result in a two-year suspension from the championship rodeos or finals rodeos and a fine equal to five thousand dollars ($5,000) for each animal used at a championship or finals rodeo not owned by the Stock Contractor/First Year Stock Contractor. Violation of this rule at any PRCA-sanctioned event, other than a championship or finals rodeo, shall result in a fine of one thousand dollars ($1,000) for each animal used at the PRCA-sanctioned event, performance or slack. Such fines shall be assessed unless there is a demonstrated emergency or hardship deemed acceptable by the PRCA or unless written approval has been granted by the PRCA prior to the event, performance or slack. In the event that any provision of this Section R7.1 shall conflict with one or more PRCA Bylaws or other Official Rodeo Rules, the terms of this Section R7.1 shall prevail. R7.1.1 Fresh Animals. For purposes of these Official Rodeo Rules and the Bylaws, fresh tie-down roping animals or fresh steers shall refer to those animals on which no one has ever competed. R7.1.2 Timed event Livestock. All timed event livestock used at PRCA rodeos must be supplied by an active and Financially Eligible PRCA member.

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