2019 PRCA Rule Book
B9.2.2 Officers. Notwithstanding the duties and responsibilities of officers as set forth under the Circuit Bylaws, the PRCA may designate a Circuit Coordinator to oversee matters pertaining to the Circuits. B9.3 Circuit Designation. Each Contestant Card Member and Permit Member, at the time of payment of dues, shall designate a Circuit which shall be considered his Designated Circuit for purposes of qualification for a Circuit Finals Rodeo. If no circuit designation is made, that Member’s Designated Circuit will be the Circuit in which his mailing address is located. A Noncontestant Card Member-Rodeo Committee’s Designated Circuit shall be the Circuit in which the Rodeo Committee’s rodeo is geographically located. A Stock Contractor may select his Designated Circuit at the time of payment of dues. The Circuit Finals Rodeo to which a Stock Contractor may supply stock shall be determined according to Bylaw B9.3.2. B9.3.1 Discrepancy in Circuit Designation. Any discrepancy in the Designated Circuit of record must be brought to the attention of the PRCA within 30 days of the date of payment of dues. B9.3.2 Stock Contractor’s Designated Circuit. If a Stock Contractor’s Designated Circuit is the circuit in which said Stock Contractor’s home base is geographically located, that Stock Contractor shall be eligible to provide stock at that circuit’s Circuit Finals Rodeo, provided that said Stock Contractor meets all other applicable requirements. If a Stock Contractor’s Designated Circuit is a circuit other than the circuit in which such Stock Contractor’s home base is geographically located, at least 40% or 5 rodeos, whichever is greater, at which that Stock Contractor serves as the Primary Stock Contractor (as defined in Section B220.127.116.11) in that Rodeo Year must be geographically located in that Stock Contractor’s Designated Circuit in order for the Stock Contractor to be eligible to supply stock at the Circuit Finals Rodeo for his Designated Circuit (provided that said Stock Contractor meets all other applicable requirements). If a Stock Contractor whose Designated Circuit is not the circuit in which his home base is geographically located fails to meet this 40% or 5 (whichever is greater) requirement, said Stock Contractor shall not be eligible to supply stock at any other Circuit Finals Rodeo or the National Circuit Finals Rodeo for that Rodeo Year. B9.3.3 Steer Roping Circuit. A Steer Roper who competes in two or
more events may designate a second circuit for steer roping (the “Steer Roping Circuit”) if there was no steer roping in the Circuit Finals Rodeo of his designated circuit during the previous Rodeo Year. Any contestant opting for a second Steer Roping Circuit shall be considered a resident of the Steer Roping Circuit for purposes of satisfying the Required Participation Rule, regardless of where that contestant’s Place of Residence is located.
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