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WRCA Championship Bronc Riding is May 26

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Working Ranch Cowboy Association leads the pack when it comes to a top-notch World Championship Ranch Rodeo production and distributing funds to the working ranch cowboy and his family. The WRCA begins the 2012 year planning the 17th World Championship and will debut its new production in May. The WRCA Championship Ranch Bronc Riding will not only provide the best entertainment for the price of a ticket but also generate funds to further the Working Ranch Cowboys Foundation.

The WRCA Championship Bronc Riding will take place in Amarillo, Texas, on May 26 at the Will Rogers Range Riders outdoor arena with a concert to follow. Forty of the best ranch cowboys will mount some of the industry's wildest broncs and compete for a minimum of $15,000. There will also be a women's division--a total 10 participants--each vying for a minimum payout of $10,000. The men will have one full round and the top 10 will return for a short go with one walking away as the WRCA Champion Ranch Bronc Rider. The gals will have one go round to declare a champion. Your ticket will allow you to catch this exciting event and a "Red Dirt" concert.

If you are a working ranch cowboy/cowgirl and would like to enter, please visit www.wrca.org for official rules and entry form. Entry forms will be accepted beginning March 1.

Tickets may be purchased at the gate for $15 per person, $5 for those 6 and under. For complete details and schedule, visit www.wrca.org.



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