2019 PRCA Rule Book

B9.4.7.3 Eligibility of Riding Event Livestock at the National Circuit Finals Rodeo. Eligibility of riding event livestock for the National Circuit Finals Rodeo shall be the same as those riding event livestock eligibility requirements set for livestock selected for a U.S. Circuit Finals Rodeo, which is the animal must have been drawn for competition a minimum of five times at PRCA- sanctioned rodeos during the Rodeo Year for which the Circuit Finals Rodeo is being held and that a minimum of $25,000 total accumulated purse will qualify. A Stock Contractor may not supply an animal to the National Circuit Finals Rodeo unless the animal satisfies the minimum performance requirements set forth herein while the Stock Contractor is the legal owner of that animal. B9.4.7.4 Selection of Livestock for a U.S. Circuit Finals Rodeo. Livestock for a U.S. Circuit Finals Rodeo shall be selected by a “Circuit Finals Stock Selection Committee” which shall be appointed by the Circuit Board of Directors. At least two Directors from the Circuit Board of Directors shall be appointed to the Circuit Finals Stock Selection Committee. Selections shall be made from among livestock meeting all eligibility requirements and supplied by Stock Contractors meeting all eligibility and livestock ownership requirements. B9.4.7.5 Selection for National Circuit Finals Rodeo. Livestock

for the National Circuit Finals Rodeo shall be selected by the Event Representatives in accordance with the procedure set forth in Section B8.4. Selections shall be made from among livestock meeting all eligibility requirements and supplied by Stock Contractorsmeeting all eligibility and livestock ownership requirements. B9.5 Position Changes Due to Circuit Finals. A contestant may request a position change at no more than one PRCA-approved rodeo that conflicts with a Circuit Finals, provided contestant adheres to the following guidelines: A) Contestant must request position consideration at time entry is taken at the conflicting rodeo. B) Only those contestants fouled by the conflict and who qualified for their Circuit Finals Rodeo will be changed. If a contestant does not qualify and is later added to the Circuit Finals Rodeo, he will then be moved at the conflicting rodeo. Any contestant who qualifies for his Circuit Finals Rodeo and is moved at a conflicting rodeo, and then fails to enter or compete at his Circuit Finals Rodeo, will be fined $500. All changes are to be made at Central Entry Office prior to call backs at PRCA conflicting rodeos. C) All contestants being moved will be moved according to the contestant’s

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