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We have had three very successful years of inductions of WPRA members into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. The 2020 Inductions will be here before you know it. If you believe a WPRA member or Champion Horse deserves recognition with enshrinement into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame nominate them today for consideration for 2020.
WPRA Announces 2019 Justin Best Footing Award Winners

Every year since the early 1990s the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association and Justin Brands have honored rodeo committees in each of the 12 circuits that have went above and beyond to ensure safe ground for the animal athletes of rodeo, specifically the barrel racing horses.

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President/CEO Update

President/CEO Update

November 1, 2019
While every day we should be thankful for the blessings we have, November is the month that brings it to the forefront with a whole day dedicated for that purpose.

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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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