Ladies Breakaway Rookie of the Year Award

generously sponsored by Kari Lynn Dell

Criteria for the award is as follows:
- you have not previously competed in more than 4 rodeos in a single rodeo season (CSPRA/NSPRA)
- you must compete at minimum of 5 rodeos this rodeo season
- most points earned will win the award

There are 5 rodeos left in our season (3 at Cardston, 2 at Brooks), so if you have been thinking about entering the Ladies Breakaway, there is no better time than now! 


Attention Barrel Racers...  it is time to vote for Horse of the Year!
Each LBR can vote for one horse in their specific age category. Contact Rhonda directly to vote or utilize the ballot that will be attached to your Cardston fees receipt. Ballot must be to Rhonda by October 01, 2018.

(go to our "Rodeo Schedule" for full details)

* * * * * Please Note Cardston Date Correction from Membership Receipts * * * * *

CARDSTON RODEOS - SEP 1, 2 & 3, 2018

ENTRIES - by email: Aug 14-21,  by phone: Aug 21

(can enter Brooks Rodeo at same time if you wish)
   Catered dinner on Sunday night!!!
   $14, must book with entries

  **Friday Ladies Breakaway Roping Jackpot at 5pm** 
  **Friday Ladies Barrel Jackpot - to's at 6pm, jp at 7pm**        
  **Saturday Team Roping Jackpot at 7pm - pick one/draw one**



BROOKS RODEOS - SEP 8 & 9, 2018
ENTRIES - by email: Aug 21-28, by phone: Aug 28
(can enter at same time as Cardston Rodeo if you wish)

  **Friday Night Ladies Barrel Racing Jackpot - entries 5:30, start at 7pm**



"Let's Go Rodeo"

Points & Payouts are now posted for
Wetaskiwin & Bowden Rodeos

Check out the chart in "Rodeo Draws & Results" or
click on the lucky horseshoe to go to the results page.



to the

Magrath, Fort Macleod and Standoff Rodeo Committees
for putting on an awesome 5-rodeo run!

We appreciate all of your hard work both inside and outside of
the arena, making for some great rodeos and great times!



Karen Duncan & Doug Shipton

"A big waahoo and many thanks to Travis Booth and Frontier Western Shop for their generous sponsorship of the 2017 CSPRA Ladies All Around Saddle (Team Roping Header, Breakaway Roper, Ribbon Runner)"
                                                                                                       - Karen Shipton



Contestants who draw out of a rodeo for MO/VO/HR/VI reasons, are still responsible for their office fees, admin fees, and finals fees, (totalling $16.43 in 2018), payable to CSPRA within two weeks of draw out and/or prior to next rodeo entry or will be placed on the suspended list. Turn outs are still responsible for ALL fees.


For people who are having their payouts done via e-transfer, or
anyone else just wanting to know payout amounts and/or where
your winnings came from, look under the "Draws+Results" button and
click on the "Money Bag" in the chart for each particular rodeo.

(FYI: Steer Wrestling payout amounts will not be correct as they have
to be calculated manually and can not be adjusted on those reports)


The CSPRA is looking for anyone who is interested in
becoming a sponsor for the 2018 Finals. If you or
someone you know would be interested, please contact
Kim Grayson at 403-804-5670
to see what type of opportunities are available.
                               -- Thank You

The Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo Association encourages everyone to
thank and support our many generous sponsors whenever they can!

-- Check them out under the "Links & Sponsors" button along the top menu!


Check it out... our new rulebook is here! Look under the "Membership" button
(or click on the photo above) for the full version.

Included in it are some important changes for 2018,
revisions since the 2018 printing will be marked in red.



NEW FOR 2018:

          ARE $75.00 
($78.75 incl GST)

CSPRA Roughstock starts at age 35!!!
(two age groups: 35-49 and 50+)


to these successful recipients of our CSPRA Scholarship Awards:

Makayla Morgan of Sangudo, AB - enrolled in Animal Health Management

Sylvia Trautman - enrolled in Agricultural Management
(and thank you to Val Leibel for representing us at the presentation banquet!)


Thank you to our major sponsor
for continuing their support into 2018!

AND... we wish to welcome a new sponsor for 2018:

AND... back on for "Cowboy of the Year" Saddle Sponsorship:

The Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo Association encourages everyone
to thank and support our sponsors whenever they can!

                                                                                                        -- Please check out "Links & Sponsors" button along the top menu


The CSPRA values the future of Canadian Rodeo by proudly
creating two $500 youth rodeo scholarship programs,
one each at Olds and Lakeland Colleges, through the
generosity of members and other fundraising efforts.

We are excited to announce our...

Internal Winter Awards:  $500, awarded once annually
Award Critieria:  The successful recipient of the award will be a member of the College Rodeo Team enrolled in full-time studies. The student must display academic achievement, financial need, and involvement in the community. 

(click on above logo for scholarship info)

(click on above logo, then on yellow "search" button, and then
scroll down to Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo Assoc)






The CSPRA can no longer take past payout cheques or
other third party cheques to pay for rodeo fees. The banks
have no way of proving your signature on the back.

Should any rodeo committee wish to cash these cheques, it will be the sole responsibility of that committee.
Please check with the individual Rodeo Secretaries prior to their rodeo should you require this service.




Office hours:  Monday to Thursday, 8:00am - 3:00pm
If there is no answer, I am either on another call or away from my desk,
please leave a message and I will get back to you asap.
As well, I do check the phone for messages Friday to Sunday
should you need anything during the off hours.

403-875-3242  /  /  Box 393, Carseland, Alberta  T0J 0M0

Canadian Senior Pro Rodeo Association  --  Rodeo Forever!

The Canadian rodeo season starts in April with rodeos scattered across Western Canada throughout the spring, summer and fall. The Canadian Finals are a sudden death finals held in October at the Claresholm Agriplex, Claresholm, Alberta.

Contestants compete in such events as Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling, Tie Down Roping, Men's and Ladies Breakaway, 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.


The CSPRA now offers the options of hosting a "full" CSPRA rodeo, a "timed event only" rodeo or a "roughstock only" rodeo. 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 have to follow the CSPRA rule book to be sanctioned. Please contact the committee representative or your event director with any questions. Be advised that the NSPRA has moved to a “region” format since the 2014 season and included in the Canadian region will be ALL CSPRA rodeos as well as those rodeos occurring in Montana.

* We are now set up for e-transfer!
* Also the CSPRA accepts credit cards
(Visa & Mastercard only, a $10.00 service charge will be added on all transactions).

* Ideas, questions, concerns, or any other general information
is welcomed by the Board. Please contact the event director to
discuss your questions or issues reagarding any CSPRA events.
Watch for our monthly page in the Rodeo Connection magazine.

(403) 875-3242
Box 393, Carseland AB, T0J 0M0