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Dummy Roping

Congress Dummy Roping

Presented by Cinch

 

 

Procedures
The contest has two age groups: 8 & Under and 9-12 year-olds. Age is determined as of January 1. In all rounds, a boundary line will be used. Three legal catches will be used in 8 and under. No figure eights or hickies on horns allowed. Entrants are not allowed to rope the entire dummy - no fishing! Roping positions will be drawn and posted prior to the roping. The judge’s decision shall be final.

Entry Information

** Congress Dummy Roping Entries are now being Accepted! ***

The Event will be limited to 100 Contestants.
Age Requirement is 12 & Under. (Age is determined as of January 1st)
Entry Deadline is September 1, 2020. (No late registrations will be accepted)
The Entry Fee is $20 per Child.
Once again we will be in the Cooper Arena.
All entry fees must be paid by September 1, 2020 via Paypal.

To Enter the Event, Email/Text the following information to tenacollier@gmail.com or (513) 706-3847:
Child's Name 
Date of Birth
Hometown
State
Email and/or Phone Contact Information (for all future correspondence).

A Paypal Link and Instructions will be sent in reply.
Once the Entries are closed, detailed information regarding the Event will be sent out. 

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