Proper maintenance of your horse trailer leads to a safer trip with your horses. Before towing your horse trailer, you should check the tires, wheels and lug nut tightness. Be sure tire pressure is at the value indicated on the certification or VIN label before each trip. Lug nuts should be tight and properly torqued. Test all taillights, stoplights, turn signals and any other lights to make sure they are functioning properly.

For more information on trailering options and safe hauling, visit or call 877-553-9477.

The WPRA News is now available in its entirety online each month. The WPRA News, published monthly, is the official magazine of the WPRA. While the magazine is still available as a hard copy we are now offering it on a digital platform as well. Click here to read all the great articles in the latest issue.

As the season is winding down there are still opportunities to gain valuable Tour points on the Wrangler Network Tour and share in a piece of the bonus money that will be paid out following the WPRA World Finals in Waco, Texas, Oct. 24-27. The Wrangler Network Tour, a new opportunity in 2019, features 18 barrel racing events and 6 breakaway roping events.

From the Office:

President/CEO Update

President/CEO Update

August 1, 2019
What an exciting month of action it has been in the arena. From Ivy Hurst winning her first set of spurs at the 100th Reno Rodeo, to WPRA Rookie Carly Taylor taking top honors at the 100th Cody Stampede...

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Rule Book

After you have entered a rodeo, you must pay your entry fee either to the secretary at the rodeo or through the WPRA office through check or credit card. All entry fees must be received in the office by the Tuesday following the end of the rodeo at 3pm MT or you will be assessed a $50 fine. MORE

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