Spotlight on Rules
Published on 6/14/2023 – Make sure to frequently check the WPRA schedule at WPRA.com as it is the most up-to-date source for rodeo approval information. It’s crucial to note that WPRA members cannot participate in a PRCA sanctioned rodeo unless it is approved by the WPRA.
Refer to Rule 9.3.16 in the 2023 Rule Book.
Published on 5/9/2023 – As your rodeo schedules get busier, here are some options available if you are unable to make it to your rodeo after you have entered:
- Turnout through the online entry system (no later than 3 hours prior to your performance)
- Release by calling Procom (no later than 3 hours prior to your performance)
Each option has different fees associated with it. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the full release and turnout sections 10.7 and 10.8 in the 2023 WPRA Rule Book.
Published on 11/2/2022 – The 2023 rodeo season started on October 1, 2022.
WPRA members can continue to compete with their 2022 membership through the end of the calendar year. To have your circuit count and money won go towards 2023 standings, make sure to purchase a 2023 membership