- Jun 17th, 2023
- Saturday: 7:00pm
- Novice Bareback
- Novice Saddle Bronc
- Saddle Bronc Riding
The Wildwood Bronc Bustin will be held on Saturday, June 17th, 2023 in Wildwood, Alberta. This Wildwood rodeo is held at Wildwood Agricultural Grounds.
Wildwood Bronc Bustin is a specialty Saddle Bronc Event that was the first of its kind in Canada.
It is a CPRA & PRCA sanctioned event where the prize money counts toward the Canadian Finals Rodeo in late October in Red Deer ,AB & also the National Finals Rodeo in December, in Las Vegas.
- Contact: Rod Hay
- Phone: (403) 923-1938
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/WildwoodBroncBustin/
- Phone: (403) 945-0903
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.rodeocanada.com
- Phone: (719) 593-8840
- Website: http://www.prorodeo.com/
Wildwood, Alberta 2M0
� Purse for Saddle Bronc: $25,000
� Permits: Yes � Purse for NSB: $1000
Memberships Due: May 23 @4pm
Online Entries: May 25 @8am- May 25 @2pm
CRES Entries: May 26 @8am-2pm
Callback: Will be available on member login & website
All Contestants: Re-entries, if needed, will be accepted for available positions 48 hours after entries close from 8am-2pm. See Rodeo Entry Information on Rodeo Schedule.
QUALIFICATIONS: Maximum 30 entries.
� Top 7 entered CPRA 2022 standings.
� Top 7 entered PRCA 2022 standings
� Top 8 unqualified from the 2023 CPRA standings as of May 26, 2023
� Top 8 unqualified from the 2023 PRCA standings as of May 26, 2023
Remaining positions: If any of the qualification categories are not filled by contestants with dollars won, they will be filled by first, the final 2022 CPRA standings, the 2022 PRCA standings, then a random draw of card holders, then semi-pro card holders. If there are still open positions, all remaining openings will be filled by a random draw of permit holders.
FORMAT: One go-round with a Top eight (8) will advance to finals. If there are not eight (8) qualified rides during the long go, all remaining positions will be filled by random draw. If the 8th place is tied going into the finals, the tie will be broken by highest marked spur ride from the long go, if still tied spots will be determined by random draw.
PAYOUT: 50% of the total purse for the long go and 50% for the short go. Long Go will pay 8 places and Short Go will pay 4 places � 40%, 30%, 20%, 10%. There will be no average payout.
FORMAT NOVICE: 12 entries or less, the top 4 will advance to the short go. If more than 12 entries, contestants will get one head.
Contestants who have originally entered and were eligible at time of entry but were drawn out will be added to an alternate list. These contestants will be notified of any turn-outs or doctor releases and be given the option of re-entry up to 24 hours prior to rodeo turn out deadline, any turnouts done after the alternate time frame will be filled by walk up replacements only. If stock has already been drawn in the rough stock they will draw stock from a pool of animals consisting of all turned out stock for that performance and all re-ride stock for that performance.
Walk Up Replacements: Contestants who have originally entered and were eligible at time of entry but were drawn out may, in person, check with the rodeo secretary no later than 1 hour prior to the performance to confirm their availability and desire to be an alternate. If selected, by random draw of all walk ups available, an alternate will assume the competition position of the contestant that he is replacing, in the rough stock they will draw stock from a pool of animals consisting of all turned out stock for that performance and all re-ride stock for that performance.
Re-entries: Re-entries will be accepted where the actual entries accepted during the original entry period were less than the limit. Entries be re-opened sometime prior to the riding event stock draw. Contestants that enter during the re-entry period will be placed in the remaining available positions (available positions will be defined by the stock contractor and/or committee based on the number of contestants that entered during the re-entry period). All re-entries will be accepted to fill the performances not to exceed the original limit defined in the ground rules (based on �money won� qualifications).
* 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.
+CRES & other associate fees with be charged in addition to all entry fees as per the rule book.