2019 PRCA Rule Book
R7.10.4 Team Roping. All team roping cattle shall be protected by nylon horn wraps. The horns on team roping cattle must be blunted to the size of a dime. Failure to abide by this Rule will result in a $50 fine per steer levied against the Stock Contractor or Rodeo Committee. All team roping steers must have a minimum of 8” horns on both sides of the steer’s head. R7.10.5 Blunting of Bull Horns. All horned animals used in the PRCA bull riding, bullfighting or Clown events shall have their horns blunted to at least the diameter of a half-dollar. Upon direction of the PRCA Bull Riding Representative or his duly designated appointee, any animal’s horns may be shortened to any length deemed necessary for competition. If the above specifications are not adhered to, said animal shall be removed from competitive status until the requirements set forth herein are satisfied. R7.10.6 Inspection of Bull Horns. Judges are to inspect bulls’ horns at least two hours prior to performance. If bulls are not available at that time, inspection will be allowed up to the time of competition. If the horns are considered too sharp, the contestant shall have the option of a reride. Judges shall notify the Central Entry Office of bulls that need to be tipped. If those bulls are not tipped by the next time they are out, the fine to the Stock Contractor will be $100 for the first offense, progressively doubling thereafter. R7.11 No Use of Animals Other Than Contest Events. An animal used in the contest events of a PRCA rodeo may not be used in any way, other than in the contest events of that rodeo, until after the last time that animal has been used in the contest events at that rodeo, unless otherwise approved by the Event Representative. Failure to abide by this Rule shall result in a $50 fine per head per competition levied against the Stock Contractor or Rodeo Committee. R7.12.1 Failure to Appear or Early Shipping. If a Stock Contractor or Rodeo Committee fails to provide an animal for a rodeo by the scheduled time for the competition stock draw in the timed events or the scheduled time for the riding event (including the scheduled time for each section in the riding event) or ships an animal from a rodeo after it has been drawn, but before it has been competed on, the Stock Contractor of record or Rodeo Committee will be subject to a $100 fine per animal. R7.12.2 Injured Animals at Rodeo. The Stock Contractor of record shall R7.12 Absence of an Animal From a Rodeo.
be responsible for notifying the Central Entry Office of riding event stock which becomes injured at a rodeo and is in the draw for later competition time. Failure to do so shall subject the Stock Contractor of record to a $250 fine per offense.
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