PublicationProRodeo Sports News - March 22, 2019




ALL PRCA CONTRACT PERSONNEL The 2019 PRCA Contract Personnel Special Events application program is now available and accessible 24 hours a day. No other forms of application will be considered for any special events or year-end award nominations. No paper applications will be sent to members. To access the program please log on to your account on to find the process under the Contract Personnel Special Event Application. It must be received no later than 5:00PM MT May 1st 2019.

Caleb Bennett Manny Egusquiza Jerome Schneeberger Matt Reeves Jacobs Crawley Cody Whitney J.P. Wickett All Event Representatives now have their own e-mail address if you would like to contact them directly.



Effective Immediately, PRCA members that have been registered by CINCH with PRCA Prop- erties for participation in the PRCA Patch Program as of August 17, 2018 are now allowed to wear CINCH branded apparel in a PRCA Competition Arena or at a PRCA Special Event, provided that such branding conforms to the size and locations specified in the PRCA Patch Program Rules. This modification is being made in accordance with PRCA Bylaw B1.2.6 and specifically modifies Part 1 Section II.F. and Part 2 Section I.F. of the “Rules and Regulations Governing Advertising in an Arena or Competition Area” (PRCA Patch Rules). Note that PRCA Contract Personnel Member Participants must still comply with Part 2 Section V.B. regarding conflicts with the rodeo committee’s own sponsorships. These revisions shall be a part of the revised PRCA Patch Rules which shall be published on or before September 30, 2018.

ATTENTION MEMBERS No duplicate award buckles (i.e. NFR go-round) will be made by Montana Silversmiths except under extenuating circumstances, and then a letter will have to be submitted to the Properties Dept. If a request is accepted, the charge for the buckle will be retail. There will be no award buckles made that are not listed in the PRCA/Montana Silversmiths contract. Then again, if an exception is to be made, it will have to be authorized by the Properties Dept.

ALL CONTESTANTS A contestant will not be placed in a position at a “tour” rodeo that conflicts with his position at another “tour” rodeo, based on the “no same performance” guidelines. If there are no posi- tions available that do not conflict with his position at another “tour” rodeo, the contestant will be drawn out of that rodeo and added to the alternate list for that rodeo.


MEDFORD, WIS.: JULY 19-20 To all contestants, the K BAR R PRCARodeo offers free camp- ing with electricity on site, free meal, hospitality and showers, live band after both perfs, and free horse stalls. First come, first served. Roughstock riders: Compete in the same event at all four participat- ing rodeos inMerrill, Wisc.; Stanley, Wisc.; Medford and Ladysmith, Wisc. Most cumulative money won from those four rodeos wins the Wisconsin Rough Stock Series jackpot in each event. There is a tack and horse auction on Saturday, July 20 in the sale barn. Tack at 11:30 a.m., horses sell at 1 p.m. Consign early or day of sale. Also selling a group of 2-year-old ranch horses to be eligible for jackpot horse show in 2019 during sale. Food served all day until 11 p.m. Please use north

driveway off State Hwy. 64. All contestants must check in with rodeo committee secretary before entering with rodeo secretary, located at east end of arena. For more info, visit or call 715.965.7054. LADYSMITH, WIS.: AUG. 9-10 The Rusk County Rodeo will welcome riders at the hospitality tent with free food and one free drink both nights from 6-10 p.m. All contestants who enter and compete at the Rodeo automatically will be entered into a drawing for 2 tickets to one performance at the 2019 Wrangler NFR. There will be double money in team roping for a total of $10,000 added.


ProRodeo Sports News 3/22/2019

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