News & Notes from the Rodeo Trail, April 6

Saddle bronc rider Dawson Hay, who made his debut at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2019, will use some of his free time to interact with ProRodeo fans at 7 p.m. (ET), April 10 on the PRCA Facebook page (@PRCAProRodeo). Click the link to join in at the PRCA Facebook Page.

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The PRCA is sensitive to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), especially with the recent positive cases identified in the United States. The PRCA felt it was critical to communicate and put some additional structure around its plans for the 2020 PRCA Rodeo season.
This is an incredibly fluid and dynamic situation. The PRCA is committed to being responsible, thoughtful and transparent in its work with the communities and its membership that are engaged.
The health and safety of athletes, officials, fans and event hosts is a priority. The PRCA is monitoring official information on COVID-19 from health authorities and assessing the possible impact on the ProRodeo family.

Ultimately this is not a decision of the PRCA. The PRCA policy, with our committees, is to continue to monitor the situation and to follow the advice of the CDC and directives from local public health authorities.

To help provide PRORODEO fans, members and athletes with information on the virus and how it is affecting our sport, the PRCA is maintaining a webpage with the latest updates. That webpage can be found at

Courtesy of PRCA