President
Chuck Melin
780-720-5179

Vice President
Bob Stoddard
307-359-0660

Executive Board
Bud Clemons
970-302-4170

Matt Zappetini
530-526-0106

Butch Terrell
970-227-5876

Alan Johnson
214-686-7713

Event Directors
Bareback
Jimmy Nugent
505-280-7129
Saddle Bronc
Eddie Jacques
559-553-5676
Bull Riding
Jimmy Moon
719-433-2939
Tie Down Roping
Kyle Jumper
214-679-6814
Steer Wrestling
Dale Rising
308-631-5161
Team Roping
Mike Brewer
530-519-2587
Ribbon Roping
Kathy Clemons
970-284-5320
Ladies Barrels
Marlene McGaughey
308-870-1078
Ladies Breakaway Roping
Cindy Gruwell
307-216-0313
Promotion Agent
Jim Nichols
623-866-3365
Canadian Representative
Bill Reeder
403-653-7661
ALLAN HERMIT JOHNSON - 5/11/1931-4/6/2015
ALLAN HERMIT JOHNSON - 5/11/1931-4/6/2015

Rule Changes in 2013-2014


 

PERMIT SYSTEM CHANGE (Delete 2.4.1 - 2.4.2 replace with):

2.4.1 Local contestants may enter a run of rodeo for $10/rodeo. Contestant must decide after the last rodeo in the run if he wants to buy membership and have points count toward his standings. $10/rodeo paid will count toward membership and rodeos will count toward 5 rodeo rule to qualify for the finals. (12/5/13)

 

Rule 10.2.2 Each judge must be paid $150.00 $200.00 per day by the local committee in addition to the $.50 fee per contestants.

 

15.6.4 There will be a contest even if only one only if two or more contestant enters the event.

9.1.4.2 The contest shall be held if at least 2 contestants enter the event.

 

Rule 17.2.1 A rodeo judge may not compete in one riding event and judge another riding event cannot judge the riding event they compete in.

 

Rule 25.2.2 Each team is allowed three two throws in all, and there shall be a 30 second elapsed time limit.

 

Rule 28.2.1 Points won in the Men’s Breakaway will count toward the 60 Men’s All Around points.

 

 

2014 Changes

 

2.1.4 Dues are $175.00 per year if paid before January 1, dues are $160.00. (10/8/14)

 

27.2.2 The roper must rope the calf and the rope must stay on the calf until the roper gets his hand on the calf. Ribbon roper has 30 seconds to catch and touch the calf. (10/8/14)

 

12.2.1.1 A contestant has the option to enter his age group and down one age group. If a teamed event wishes to enter down, they may enter down with the same partner or a different partner. If entering down in the ladies barrel race, she can choose to ride the same horse or a different horse. Entering down at the finals is allowed, you must designate which age group you want points to accumulate for the finals. All around points accumulate in contestant actual age group only.

9.4.1.3 Any committee at their discretion can charge an additional stock charge per event. The 1st $10 will come from the $22 office charge. Any additional stock charges must be collected by local secretary.(effective 2015)

9.4.1.4 Committee may charge a maximum one time facility fee/clean up fee of $10 at one location.

 

By-Laws B.5.2 ADD to the end: President and Vice President are to be elected by the membership when ballots are sent out. The position of President and Vice President will be a 2 year term, alternating each year. To be eligible, person must have 1 year board experience and be selected from any position on the board. Effective January 2015.

 

28.1 ...The Men's Breakaway age group is 65+...

 

2.6.0 REGIONAL FORMAT

2.6.1 There will be 3 Regions: #1- Canada and Montana, #2- Wyoming, Colorado, California, and Nevada, #3- Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma.

2.6.2 The top 8 in each region will qualify for the final. The top 6 will receive points 60-10 7th-8th come to the SNFR with 0 points. Any open position can be filled from another region coming in with 0 points filled by season standings. These points plus points accumulated at SNFR will determine the world champion.

2.6.3 Must compete in 5 US Rodeos, timed event only, or rough stock only rodeos to qualify for the SNFR.

2.6.4 There will still be season standings for year-end awards.

2.6.5 The $2.00 charge in office charge is an awards fee for the SNFR.

2.6.6 Season All Around Champions will be determined by first rodeo of the year to last rodeo of the season in two or more events. SNFR all around champions will be determined by points accumulated at the finals in 2 or more events plus the number of points that the contestants brings into the finals.

 

2.1.2 Contestants compete in the age category which corresponds to his age and may compete down in one different age category.  When entering a team event with a younger partner the team must compete in the lower age category and have the option to enter down one age group if the younger contestant qualifies.

 

2.1.3.1 The first rodeo which the member enters that year shall designate the age category in which he must compete for the balance of the option year. Points will accumulate in all age categories’ contestant enters until finals.  At time of finals entry contestant will have to designate which category he wants points to count for year awards.

Release Rule is back to original 4 release as stated in rule book.

 

Entry Information

Entries for 2015:

· Phone number 928-684-9566

· Entries on Tuesdays from 9:00am-4:00pm Arizona Time.

· Email entries will open 1 week prior to the entry date. Email info@seniorrodeo.com include the following information:

o   Name and Card number

o   Rodeos entering

o   Events and age group

o   Partner names and card numbers

o   Preferences

o   Return number we can reach you at

· You will get a return confirmation number when entry is received. If you do not receive one you are not entered.

· Callbacks will be on the Friday following entry dates from 10:00am-3:00pm Arizona time and day sheets will be on the website.

  • Contestants must check day sheets to make sure they are entered correctly by Friday of callbacks, no changes will be made after call backs, Friday at 3:00pm.


Late entries will be Tuesdays 4:00pm until Wednesday at 12:00pm Arizona time at 928-684-9566 with a $25.00 late fee (leave message if you call when office is closed). DO NOT EMAIL LATE ENTRIES.

Correction to Wickenburg Minutes

Please see minutes for the Wickenburg Meeting:

#3. Review of limiting 60, 68 tie down and men's breakaway to only entering 2 of the 3 events. Discussion and review of "emergency rule change". By lowering the men's age group to 65+ we opened it up to more entries, then by limiting it to 2 of the 3 events created it to limit entries again. Motion was made by Matt Zappetini to DELETE policy & procedure #45 Contestant must choose 2 of the 3 60s calf events to enter. Second by Kyle Jumper. 13-yes, 0-no. Motion passed. Contestants can now enter any or all of 60 calf roping, 68 calf roping and men's breakaway events if they wish.

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2015 MEMBERSHIP DUES CHANGE

Efeective October 8,2014 membership dues have increased $25.
The cost before January1,2015 will be $160
After Janurary1,2015 the cost will be $175

TERRY REITER ~ September 2, 1938 – April 3, 2015

Terry Neil Reiter, of Caldwell, Idaho, peacefully passed away at his home on Friday, April 3, 2015.

 

In May of 1967, Terry married the love of his life, Peggy Daniel, in Moscow, Idaho. The two spent their lives sharing their mutual love for animals and the sport of rodeo; supporting each other in all of their endeavors.

 

Terry was the World Champion Calf Roper in the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association three times,  was inducted in to the Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame and was a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Gold Card member. Terry won titles at countless rodeos over his lifetime, including those at Ellensburg, Calgary and Eldorado Days in Las Vegas, just to name a few.

 

Terry is survived by his wife Peggy; three children from a previous marriage, Bruce, Cindy and Darryl; brothers, Tom of Tacoma, and Gordon of Yacolt; numerous nieces and nephews; and an extensive family of cowboys and cowgirls that loved him dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Eleanor and Eileen; and brothers, Walter and Howard.~

 

 A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, April 11th at 1:00 at Thurman’s Overtime Arena, located at 2250 Sand Hollow Road in Caldwell.

 

 In lieu of flowers, a card/offering basket will be available at the celebration, or cards can be mailed to Peggy Reiter at 28265 Farmway Road, Caldwell, Idaho 83607.

Allan Johnson

Allan Hermit Johnson went to be with the Lord on Monday April 6, 2015.

He was born May 11, 1931 to Hermit “Tweed” & Helen (Lundquist) Johnson in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He married Mary Ann (Hansen) in 1951. They had four children: Doug, Lane, Leanne & Kristy.

Allan was a rodeo cowboy, well respected horseman, teacher and mentor to many kids, riders & ropers alike. In 1986 he competed in the calf roping at Cheyenne Frontier Days alongside his sons Doug & Lane. He was the 1994 World Champion Calf Roper of the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association.

Allan was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Carl & Kenneth, and his daughter Kristy. He is survived by his loving wife Nancy; sons Doug (Kathy) and Lane (Judy); daughter Leanne (Chuck) Graves and step children Steven (Lindy) Tidball, Robyn (Jake) Brake & Heather Selby. He is also survived by nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

Allan was a caring and humble man. He loved his family with all of his heart.

Services: Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 3:00 PM at Latigo Trails Arena, Elbert, CO. Cards can be sent to: Nancy Johnson 580 N Peyton Hwy Calhan, CO 80808. Donations can be sent to: NSPRA 2015 W. Wickenburg Way Wickenburg, AZ 85390. Proceeds will go to the Senior Pro Rodeo Cowboy Crisis Fund.

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