|Monday December 09, 2013|
STOCK CONTRACTORS: Rule 17 Revised 3/6/13; Stock contrators who qualify for the CPRA Finals will be given three (3) jackets, two (2) motel rooms, $300 to be used for two (2) mandatory laborers, and be paid as follows:
a. 39 & below association points will receive $300 per head for rough stock
b. 40 to 59 association points will receive $375 per head for rough stock
c. 60 & above association points will receive $450 per head for rough stock
d. $1,000 for timed event cattle per set (no trucking)
Trucking cost for rough stock is $150. Trucking cost will be paid to certified stock contractors
FINALS RULES: Rule 10 Revised 01/13/13; Official and backup timer must be certified. Certification will be obtained by
attending one timers clinic and timed five (5) 1st sanctioned CPRA rodeos in the current rodeo season.
Secretary for the Finals must be certified. Certification will be obtained by atte4nding one secretary clinic and working five (5) 1st sanctioned rodeos in the current rodeo season.
FINAS RULES: Rule 10 Revised 11/8/12; There will be two pickup men. The top 20 contestants in bareback and saddle bronc events will vote.
ENTRY FES: Revised 11/8/13; Bareback - $65.00 with less than $1,000 added, $80 with $1,000 or more. Steer Wrestling - $80 with less than $1,000 added, $100.00 with $1,000 or more. Tie-Down - $100. Subject to change with director approval. Team Roping - $240 per team. All others - $80.
STOCK CONTRACTOR: The minimum number of timed event cattle that must be provided at all rodeos shall be at least one third (1/3) the total number of contestants, and be equal to, or greater, than the performance with the highest number of contestants.
Revised 11/8/12; Tie-down cattle minimum will be 15 head or 1/3 of entries, whichever is greater.
TIE-DOWN ROPING: Revised 11/8/12; Contestants will be fined $75.00 for jerk down infraction. Jerk down will be defined as over backwards, witht the calf landing on his back or head with all four feet in the air.
CONTRACT PERSONNEL: Amended 11//8/12; To be eligible for year-end awards announcer and contract acts personnel must work a minimum of three CPRA 1st sanctioned rodeos as a paid member.
GENERAL REGULATIONS: Rule m. Amended 11/8/12; If an error is made on the secretary books at the close of a rodeo, any overpayment will be returned to secretary within 10 days of notification. Secretaries have 10 days to resolve underpayments to contestants or secretary may be subject to fine.
SECRETARY REQUIREMENTS: Rule 4 Amended 11/8/12; Results, Recap, Turn-outs, Working Personnel, fines collected, and new member applications at all sanctioned rodeos must be faxed to the CPRA office no later than 2:00PM on the first business daya following the completion of each rodeo, or secretary may be subject to fine.