Open Entries To Be Taken at

WCRA (World Champions Rodeo Alliance) today announced entries are now open for the “Open To The World” and DY (youth) pools for the August 11-15 Stampede at the E hosted in Guthrie, Oklahoma at the Lazy E Arena. The WCRA Triple Crown of Rodeo event will be paired with a timed event qualifier increasing the week’s total payout to upwards of $600,000.

Entries for the Open to the World and DY timed event pools opened July 13 at Noon CT and close August 5 at 5 p.m. CT. Entry fees for the open division will be $625 while DY fees will be $500. All entries will be taken on Athlete’s entering the Stampede at the E can also begin reserving their stalls through 

Open entry will give timed event athlete ages 13 and up the opportunity to enter and earn a spot in the August 15 one-day $300,000 rodeo. In addition, the timed events will be multiple entry allowing athletes to potentially compete in both the WCRA Pool and Open Pool.

All athletes competing in the Open to the World pools will be allowed up to two entries (either two in the Open to the World or one in the WCRA Leaderboard Pool and one in the Open to the World Pool) while DY athletes will be allowed two entries in DY Pool and will be restricted to only that pool (cannot go between Open to the World and DY pool).

The main event will consist of the number one athlete from the WCRA Leaderboard, the top qualifying DY athlete, and eight athletes from the qualifying rounds, totaling ten athletes in each timed event discipline. For more details on progression, information can be found here.

Athletes nominating their efforts with the WCRA Virtual Rodeo Qualifier (VRQ) will have  until July 26 to earn points. All athletes competing in the WCRA Pools are automatically eligible for the TCR bonus.

Rough stock athletes ranked 1-10 on the segment six WCRA Leaderboard as of July 26 will earn a direct position into the $300,000 main event.

Female athletes can currently multi-segment nominate and earn points for the segment six leaderboard (Stampede at The E) along with the W20 leaderboard (Women’s Rodeo World Championship).

The CBS Television Network will broadcast the Stampede At The E on Saturday, Aug. 29.

All rodeo athletes interested in learning more about the VRQ should be directed to or contact [email protected]

Since launching in May of 2018, the WCRA and its partners have awarded more than $7,300,000 in new money to rodeo athletes.


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