Safe hauling begins well before you load your trailer. Be sure to couple your horse trailer to your tow vehicle before loading animals or cargo. Before loading a horse into your trailer, inspect the interior of the trailer. Make sure all surfaces are smooth and no objects are potentially protruding that could injure your horse. Make sure also that there are no loose objects that could move about during travel and scare your horses. Check the wall, floor, dividers, etc for any hinges or parts that could have become loose.

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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.
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

October 1, 2019
As one season ends in the rodeo world, another begins. Congratulations to those who finished in the Top 15 earning a berth to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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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

World Finals
RAM Finals