2019 PRCA Rule Book

R7.8.1 Rodeo With Five or Fewer Performances. At a rodeo with five or fewer performances, the minimum number of cattle will be one-half the number of entries (not to exceed 50 animals), with a minimum of 15 head of usable and desirable cattle, except at rodeos with added money of $5,000 per event or more, the minimum number of cattle will be one-half the number of entries, unless otherwise approved by the Event Representative and the Director of Rodeo Administration. Should there be fewer than 15 entries, there must be no less than one animal for each entry plus one Extra. In the team roping, at all rodeos, there will be either one steer for every entry or the minimum number of cattle will be one half the number of entries. R7.8.2 Rodeo With Six or More Performances. At a rodeo with six or more performances, one animal per every two entries, not to exceed 100 animals, will be required. In the team roping, at all rodeos, there will be either one steer for every entry or the minimum number of cattle will be one half the number of entries. R7.8.3 Back to Back. The minimum number of cattle required for back- to-back rodeos shall be one animal for everyone. Failure to provide adequate number of cattle shall result in a $100 fine per head short of the requirement. R7.8.4 Rodeo With Progressive Go-Round(s). The minimum number of cattle required at a rodeo with a progressive go-round(s) shall be either one-half the number of entries or a minimum of the number of contestants that will advance to the progressive go- round(s), whichever is the greatest. R7.8.5 Fines for Stock Shortage. In the event of stock shortage, the Stock Contractor or Rodeo Committee shall be fined as follows: Offense that Rodeo Year Fine R7.8.6 Limited Entry Rodeos. At limited entry rodeos that limit to 100 or less in timed event, a rodeo must provide one animal for every contestant with no re-runs in a go-round. R7.9 Unsatisfactory Animals. An Event Representative may declare particular animals unsatisfactory. Upon notification, either written or verbal (with verbal notification supported with documentation), the Stock Contractor or Rodeo Committee shall eliminate such animal(s) from competition draw. Continued use of said animal(s) after notification will result in a $250 fine per competition levied against the offending party. Any contestant competing in the riding events on an unsatisfactory animal used after notification shall be given an option of a reride. If an animal is declared unsatisfactory, and such elimination causes a Stock Contractor to be short of stock, said Stock Contractor shall be subject to the appropriate fine. Unsatisfactory animal(s) may be reinstated with approval by the Event Representative of an application for reinstatement. First..................................$300 for each animal short Second.............................$750 for each animal short Third.................................$1000 for each animal short

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