Brooks AB has confirmed they will be hosting a CSPRA rodeo for September 6th & 7th 2014
The CSPRA is excited to announce that Glenda Alexander has joined our team as the Marketing and Sponsorship Coordinator
Please feel free to contact her with any new sponsorships ideas
The Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo is pleased to announce our new MAJOR SPONSOR for 2014,
Ford Dealers of Alberta
They are the largest sponsor in the history of the CSPRA
Thank you Ford !
Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo Association
Greetings from the world of Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo. For those folks over 40 who still enjoy rodeo, please think about joining our organization. We offer the opportunity to rodeo in Canada or throughout North America with competitive, skilled contestants.
The Canadian Rodeo season starts in early April with rodeos scattered across Western Canada throughout the spring, summer and early fall. The 2014 Finals will be a Sudden Death Finals held October 16, 17, 18 & 19 at the Claresholm Agriplex, Claresholm, Alberta. (2013 winners).
Contestants compete in such events as Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling, Tie Down Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, Team Roping and Ribbon Roping. Included in the opportunity to enjoy Senior Pro Rodeo is the choice to head south of the border to rodeos hosted by the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association.
NEW FOR THE 2014 Season
The CSPRA will now have the option of hosting a Full CSPRA Rodeo, a Timed Event Only Rodeo or Roughstock Only Rodeos. A Timed Event Only Rodeo will consist of tie down roping, breakaway roping, ladies barrel racing, ribbon roping, team roping and steer wrestling. All rodeos will have to follow the CSPRA rule book to be sanctioned. Please contact your event director with any questionsPlease be advised that the NSPRA will be moving to a “region” format for the 2014 Season. Included as a region will be ALL CSPRA rodeos as well as those rodeos occurring in Montana.
2014 - IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL MEMBERS
REGARDING NSPRA RULE CHANGES
* If any CSPRA member wants to also attempt to qualify for the NSPRA Finals (in Las Vegas) they MUST attend and compete at five (5) rodeos which are held on “US soil”. Timed event only or roughstock only rodeos sanctioned by the NSPRA and held in the US will count towards the member making the five-rodeo count.
* There will be increase of $10.00 per event for any contestant competing in more than one (1) event; this fee will go towards the increase in livestock costs.
Any questions regarding the new Region format, the qualifications for CSPRA members to the NSPRA Finals or the increase in fees for multiple event contestants can contact the Canadian Representative Director of the NSPRA who is also the CSPRA Bullriding Director.
* The CSPRA accepts Visa & Mastercard - 5% transaction fee.
* Concerns, ideas, questions or any general information is welcomed by the board. Please contact your event director to find out the lastest information. Director phone numbers are posted and in the monthly paper.