The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association in partnership with Wrangler® is excited to announce the first ever Wrangler Network Tour for 2019. This new tour with long standing corporate partner Wrangler will bring additional opportunities for WPRA members to compete for bonus money at rodeos they are currently competing in.





The WPRA would like to send well wishes to four-time WPRA World Champion Sherry Cervi for a speedy recovery after a horse accident on May 4 at her home.


Mary Ellen “Dude” Barton, 95, made her last ride on earth on May 10, 2019, in Matador, Texas. A life-long farmer and rancher who lived on the North Pease River in Motley County, Barton was known throughout the region as everyone’s “Aunt Dude.” The WPRA sends their condolences to the family of Dude Barton, who was a founding member of the Girls Rodeo Association (GRA).

The 2019 ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductees were announced on Monday, April 22 and will mark the 41st annual induction. A total of 12 will be inducted including three trailblazers representing the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. Induction will take place August 3, 2019.




From the Office:


President's Update

President's Update

May 1, 2019
It has been a busy but exciting month. When I last wrote we were preparing for our spring board meeting, where our new members joined us officially. We had a great meeting in Colorado Springs.

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Rule Book

When releasing from a rodeo it’s important to remember that you are unable to compete 7 days starting the first slack or performance you would have competed in. You will need to specify with Procom EACH rodeo you are releasing out of even if it falls within the 7 days. MORE


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