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Next up……….The Wichita County Mounted Patrol Rodeo, Wichita Falls, Texas, June 4, 5, 6, 2020 with $5,000 Added, entries open on the NEXTGEN RODEO APP Wednesday, May 27 @ 9:00am and close Sunday, May 31 @ 5:00pm. CALL-IN Entries Open Wednesday, May 27 from 9:00am to 4:00pm, Thursday, May 28 from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Friday, May 29 from 9:00am to 2:00pm at 903-287-7852.


Attention Rodeo Committees: The UPRA has established a COVID-19 Committee Relief Fund to help with additional rodeo costs, sponsor shortfalls, etc. as we navigate through these uncharted times in the rodeo industry. Please contact your stock contractor or the UPRA Office for additional information.

We have rodeos on the schedule coming up, if a rodeo is on the schedule and has entry dates, that rodeo is planning to have their event, however please understand, the pandemic of COVID-19 is changing daily, sometimes hourly. We should all expect changes, more reschedules and possibly some late cancellations. We will do our best to keep everyone updated as possible. All information we have on each event will be included with entry information.


It is our hope we can successfully help rodeo committees and stock contactors get rodeos up and running again. Every community, city, county, and state are different, rodeos may be heavily modified to follow compliance with all local, state, and federal guidelines. Guidelines for compliance at rodeos will be mandatory and strictly enforced, we strongly suggest everyone consider what is expected, if you cannot comply with the expectations, please do not enter, and/or attend the event. Non-compliant actions will be disqualified and ask to leave. Restrictions are not only mandatory, but also essential to the safety of everyone competing, working, and attending the event.

We take the health crisis of COVID-19 very serious, slowing the spread by following guidelines in place is priority, however each person must make a personal decision as to their participation in an event, should you choose to attend/compete, the cities, counties, states, rodeo committees, stock contractors, personnel, associations and/or those contracted at any rodeo will not be responsible for any outcome that may be experienced.








The 2019 rodeo season has come to a close with the 63rd Annual CINCH United Finals Rodeo. While it has been a tough year for entries, the UPRA had a great year. There were some big long standing records broken. What a way to celebrate 40 years at the Civic Center Arena, congratulations to the Champions, what an outstanding year.


New Record - $5,128,776.63 Season Payout

New Record - $260,004.00 Finals Payout

New Record - $200,004.00 Added Money

New Record - $34,893.25 Season Earnings - Hunter Ramsey-Bareback

New Record - $23,306.13 Season Earnings - Kyle McDaniel - Bull Riding

New Record - $21,120.26 Season Earnings - Kater Kennedy - Ranch Bronc


If you were in attendance at the finals, you already know the CUFR was the best and most competitive rodeos ever at the civic center. It’s so much fun to be part of and watch these talented contestants battled for championships, championships that will lead to world titles. We are so excited for our members that move on to even bigger stages across the country, be assured, they are ready.


Congratulations and thank you to our stock contractors, they brought some of the best horses and bulls available, your continued hard work and professionalism makes it easy to have a great finals.


Safe travels to all that are headed west for the NFR and other events, may everyone have a great holiday season. We hope to see everyone at “Christmas Time” December 27, 28 for the very first “KICK OFF SERIES” Membership Rodeo of 2020 at Mesquite Arena, Mesquite, Texas with $9,000.00 Added Money.


Happy Holidays

Jerry Hill



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No Jerk Down: In the Tie down roping event a contestant may receive no-time for that run if he brings the animal over backwards between 10 and 2 with the animal landing on his back or head with all four feet in the air. Decision of Judges will be final and no undue protest by contestant will be permitted. Jerk Down Fine: $100 


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“The UPRA currently provides a place for rising stars as well as those with professional skill levels who may choose a limited travel schedule,” said WCRA President, Bobby Mote. “This alliance means that UPRA members can maximize their efforts and possibly compete in four Semifinals and four majors each year in addition to the UPRA finals”. More on the WCRA Alliance






Ω Texas Senate Bill 2505 requires a minor (Under the age of 18) to wear a bull riding helmet and a protective vest while participating in bull riding. Contestant assumes all responsibility to comply with state law.

 Ω The UPRA sanction events are: BareBack Riding, Tie Down Roping, Ladies Breakaway Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling, Ladies Barrel Racing, Ranch Bronc Riding and Bull Riding.       


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