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- 2020 RODEO APPROVAL & FORMAT -
 

CALGARY, AB - July 1-2, 2020
Cody Snyder Charity Bullbustin
www.codysnyderbullbustin.com
PRCA Approval Requested

2 Perfs: July 1 @7pm, July 2 @7pm
Purse for BR: $40,000
Permits: Yes
Committee Contact: Cody Snyder
Rodeo Office: 403-870-4100
Rodeo Grounds: 3777 Grey Eagle Drive
Arena: Outdoor
Main Stock Contractor: Sawyer Pro Rodeos
Other Contractors: Outlaw Buckers, Vold Rodeo

Memberships Due: June 11 @ 4pm
Online Entries: June 15 @ 8am- June 16 @2pm
CRES Entries: June 16 @ 8am-2pm

GROUND RULES:

ALL CONTESTANTS: Re-entries, if needed, will be accepted for available positions on 48 hours after entries close from 8am-2pm. See Rodeo Entry Information on Rodeo Schedule.
** A contestant will not be accepted as an entry at an event if he is already placed in a position at another CPRA sanction rodeo/event on the same day that will place him in a conflict **
CONTESTANTS: 60 maximum entries. One go-round with finals (top 10 each performance). Approximately 30 contestants will compete during each performance with the top 10 (will not exceed 10) advancing to a finals during each performance. (The payoff for the long go-round, the finals and the aggregate will be determined by the highest scores from both combined performances). If the 10th place is tied going into the finals, the tie will be broken by random draw. *
QUALIFICATIONS: Based on top 60 blended CPRA and PRCA standings as June 9, 2020 (no less than 7 days before entry deadline). If the qualifications are not filled by contestants with dollars won leaving open positions; the remaining openings will be filled by a random draw of card holders. If there are still open positions, all remaining openings will be filled by a random draw of permit holders.
RE-ENTRIES: Re-entries will be accepted where the actual entries accepted during the original entry period were less than the limit. Entries will be re-opened sometime prior to the event stock draw. Contestants that enter during the re-entry period will be placed in the remaining available positions. All re-entries will be accepted to fill the vacant positions not to exceed the original limit defined in the ground rules (based on “money won” qualifications).
TURN OUT/ALTERNATES: Contestants who have originally entered and were eligible at time of entry but were drawn out will be added to an alternate list. These contestants will be notified of any turn outs or doctor releases and be given the option of re-entry up to the turn out deadline 3 hours prior to rodeo performance. In the rough stock an alternate will assume the competition position of the contestant that he is replacing, and they will draw stock from a pool of animals consisting of all turned out stock and all re-ride stock for that performance.
WALK UP REPLACEMENTS: Contestants who have originally entered and were eligible at time of entry may, in person, check with the rodeo secretary no later than 1 hour prior to the performance to confirm their availability and desire to be an alternate. If selected, by random draw of all walk ups available, an alternate will assume the competition position of the contestant that he is replacing; in the rough stock they will draw stock from a pool of animals consisting of all turned out stock and all re-ride stock for that performance.
STOCK DRAW: Stock will be drawn per the rulebook. Contestants who qualify for the short go may be requested by the committee to draw their own animal from a hat containing poker chips inscribed with animals' numbers in the arena or other designated area prior to the finals. This determination may be based on production factors.
FINALS STOCK: The order of the bulls to be used in the finals will be designated by the committee and/or event representative and listed in order on the judge’s sheets prior to the first go-round of competition. The contestant with the lowest score will be listed first and the contestant with the highest score will be listed last with an animal already designated to that position. The order of any ties will be determined by a random draw by the judges.
PAY-OFF: 30% of the total purse will be allocated to the long go-round (which includes both performances), pays 8 places. 20% of the total purse will be allocated to the finals, (which includes the finals from both performances), pays 6 places. 50% of the total purse will be allocated to the aggregate, pays 8 places. ALL PERCENTAGES WILL BE DIVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULEBOOK.
* In the event that there are not enough qualified rides in the first go-round, a random draw back list will be used to select contestants to fill the remaining positions in the finals. Contestants who did not have a qualified score in the first go-round and are drawn back to compete in the finals, will not be eligible to place in the aggregate. Money won by any contestant in the finals will count for standings.




 
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