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REGINA, SK - Nov 22-25, 2023

Maple Leaf Circuit Finals

• 4 Perfs: Nov 22@ 7pm, Nov. 23@ 7pm, Nov 24@ 7pm, Nov 25@ 7pm
• Performance Order: BB SW TR SB LBR TDR BAW BR
• Purse for Major Events: Purse $14,000/event, $14,000/end in TR (minimum)
• Purse for BAW: TBD
• Permits: Yes
• Committee Contact: Cheyenne Catley
• Rodeo Office:
• Rodeo Grounds: 2nd Floor Canada Center Bldg, Evraz Place, (1500 Elphinstone St.)
• Arena: Indoor
• Main Stock Contractor: C5 Rodeo
• Other Contractors: TBD
• Timed Event Stock Contractor: TBD

CRES Entries: Call in entry only Oct 17 @ 8am-2pm ONLY TOP 10 ENTER
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  1. 10 contestants based on 2023 MLC standings
  2. Rodeo count for contestants. Residents must compete at a minimum of 14 circuit rodeos (40%) and non-residents must compete at a minimum 18 circuit rodeos (50%) based on 2022 Maple Leaf circuit rodeos. (Please refer to PRCA rules 8.8. and 8.8.2. concerning resident/non-resident requirements.)
  3. Rodeo Count for Breakaway Ropers to qualify for this year's MLC Finals: residents must compete at 11 rodeos and non-residents must complete at 15. based on 2023 Maple Leaf circuit rodeos.  (Please refer to PRCA rules 8.8. and 8.8.2. concerning resident/non-resident requirements.)
  4. Permit and semi pro memberships will be included in MLC standings
  5. PRCA/WPRA co-approved rodeos (held outside of the MLC) will count as money won but will not be included in rodeo count towards qualifying for the Maple Leaf Circuit Finals.
  6. PRCA/WPRA members may only compete at the Maple Leaf Circuit Finals if it is their designated circuit within the PRCA/WPRA.
  7. MLCF money won will count for 2024 Canadian and World standings.
  8. 4 go-rounds and an average will be paid
  9. Turn out/Alternate Procedure: Contestants who were eligible at time of entry will be added to an alternate list.  
  10. 30 Hour Replacement: A DR, VIR, or a notified TO can be replaced by an alternate as long as the notification is made through CRES at least 30 hours prior to the scheduled performance in which the contestant is being replaced.  Notifications made after the “30-hour” deadline will not be replaced and notifications on record with CRES at the 30-hour deadline will be final. Replacements must be made prior to the first go round of competition. If stock has already been drawn in the riding events, the judges will draw an animal for the alternate contestant, after the TO deadline for that performance, from a pool consisting of the animal drawn by the contestant that he is replacing, any other turned out animals (which includes NTO’s, DR’s, and VIR’s), and the first designated re ride for that performance that is still available. If stock has not yet been drawn, the contestant will be drawn an animal by CRES during the scheduled stock draw time. Animals that are turned out (includes NTO’s, DR’s, and VIR’s) will not be included in the re-ride draw until after the TO deadline (3 hours prior to the performance) and replacements for that performance have been made, to ensure that there are the same number of animals and contestants for that performance.
  11. If not enough contestants to fil contestant list have competed at their required rodeos, the CPRA will role back to the top of the standings and fill in members with the highest ranked contestant without rodeo count. (Money will not count to PRCA world standings or be eligible for NFR open position without rodeo count)

* If a contestant notifies a turn-out, DR or visible release and is replaced by an alternate, the alternate contestant will be responsible for the entry fees. If the contestant that notified the turnout or visible release is not replaced by an alternate, they will be responsible for the entry fee. If a contestant properly doctor releases they will not be responsible for entry fees.


  1. Top 4 in each round
  2. Top 4 in aggregate

CWA Ground Rules:

  1. Contestants will be scheduled for volunteer media, sponsor or community involvement during their 4 day stay
  2. There will be no honorariums paid to contestants for these appearances
  3. Timed event horses will have a strict schedule regarding arrival, release and arena times during CWA.  Schedule will be made available in October 
  4. Only one horse per contestant will be allowed stalling space, with the exception of one hazing horse per steer wrestler
  5. Tie Down Contestants – tying of calves on CWA grounds at any time will not be allowed

* MLC Committee/CWA will be in charge of all production/personnel/stock for Maple Leaf Circuit Finals
* Stock contractors & contract personnel do not need a PRCA membership to work rodeos within the MLC unless they want to take stock to/work at the NFR or NFR Open

Entry Fees:
SB, BB, BR: $300
TDR, SW: $300
LBR: $300
TR: $300
BAW: $300

+CRES & other associate fees with be charged in addition to all entry fees as per the rule book.
*BR –No Day Money

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