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NPRA Proposes Rule Changes for 2023

Timers Salary Proposed Rule Change

Proposed by:Tonya Erickson
Pg. 15 #5

  1. Contractor and/ or committee will pay timers a minimum of $125(proposal change to
    $225)
    per performance. $150 (proposal change to $275) per performance is to be paid if the
    rodeos choose to not have a slack when the number of contestants would warrant slack. Each
    timer will receive the contestant split of $.20 per contestant paid by the contestants.
  2. In addition to being paid for each performance, timer will be paid the following for slack- each
    team roping team will count as on (1) run.
    *1-69 runs–each timer additional $100 (proposed change $175)
    *70-125 runs—each timer additional $125 (proposed change $200) *Over 125 runs–each timer will receive $125 plus $.75 per run after 125 runs (proposed change $200 plus $1.00 per run after 125 runs) *Slack on a separate day from any performance—-each timer additional $125 (proposed change $225)

Judges Salary Proposed Rule Change

Proposed by :Mike Erickson

Pg. 12 #2 thru #4

2. The association expects all judges to be paid a fair salary consistent with the size of the rodeo.
Contractor and or committee will pay two (2) of the judges a minimum of $175 per performance
each. (proposed change $225) The third judge will be paid a minimum of $175 per performance
(proposed change $225) or $200 (proposed change $275) if no slack when numbers would
warrant slack.

3. Performance by the contestants. Each judge will receive the cowboy split of $.20 (proposed
change $1.00)
per contestant paid by the contestants. $175 (proposed change $225) is to be
paid if the rodeo chooses to not have slack when the number of contestants would warrant slack.
The number of contestants to warrant slack would be over (10) in an event (12 in WBR) with at
least fifteen (15) extra runs in the performances.

4. n addition to being paid for each performance, judges will be paid the following for slack-
each team roping team will count as (1) run:

  • 1-69 runs—each judge additional $125 (proposed change $175)
  • 70-125 runs—each judge additional $175 (proposed change $200)
  • Over 125 runs—each judge will receive $ 175 plus $1.00 (proposed change $200 plus $1.00)
    per run over 125.
  • Slack on a separate day from any performance—each judge additional $175 (proposed change
    $225)
    minimum.

More like this: NPRA Finals Results


Late Entry Winnings Rule Proposal

Pg. 18 #4
Section 8
Delete: #4 Late entry winnings will not be tabulated in the standings.
Change To: #4 Late entries taken by the rodeo secretary to fill a performance, after Central
Entry books have been delivered will be tabulated in the NPRA standings. Contestant must pay
a $25 dollar late entry fee along with their entry fees. Late entries must be taken before any
stock draw.

Membership and Dues Rule Proposal

Proposed by : Jim Bob Custer
Pg.5-6
Contract Acts : In order to be qualified for the Finals Rodeo and year –end awards, contract acts
and non contesting members must have purchased their membership card by March 1 st (proposed
Change)
before their first contracted rodeo, must be in their second year of contract acts
membership and have at least (3) (proposed change at least (2) NPRA rodeos a year in that
position.

Payoff

Section 13
Pg. 30 #7

  1. No ground money will be paid at association rodeos. If fewer contestants make qualified
    rides or time than pay off places, the total purse will be divided among the qualifying contestants
    according to percentages based on the number of qualifying contestants. If no qualified times are
    made in the timed event, the total purse money for the event shall revert back to the
    association
    .(proposed change) the total entry fee plus $25 will be a returned to the association.
    The remaining added purse money will be returned to the rodeo committee. Delete:
    If no
    qualified rides are made in a rough stock event, the total purse money for the event shall go to
    the stock contractor. If no qualified rides are made in the bul riding the total purse money shall
    be put in to the bull riders fund to be used as bonus money at the finals, but the bonus money
    shall not count toward year end standings.
    (proposed change) If no qualified rides are made in
    the rough stock events, the total entry fees plus $25 will be returned to the association. The
    remaining added purse money will be returned to the rodeo committee.

For more information, visit the NPRA Website at nprarodeo.com

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