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  • PRCA prorodeoPRCA
    Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
  • WPRA/PWRA
    Women's Professional Rodeo Association and the Professional Women's Rodeo Association
    The latest updates on standings and results.
  • Animal Welfare
    Members of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association believe, as do most people, that animals should be treated humanely. The PRCA staunchly protects its animals with rules designed to insure proper care and treatment. More than 60 rules and regulations that govern all aspects of care, treatment, travel and competition are a part of the PRCA’s animal welfare program. A veterinarian is required to be on-site at all PRCA rodeo performances and sections of slack. The PRCA publishes factual information regarding humane treatment of rodeo livestock. In addition, the PRCA has educational information available to schools, 4-H and FFA clubs, rodeo committees and others interested in learning more about the PRCA and the animals involved.
  • Friend of RodeoFriends of Rodeo
    Friends of Rodeo is dedicated to preserve Rodeo as a major part of our heritage, and a major part of our culture. It should be noted that there are organized movements to put an end to Rodeo. We want to preserve it! Our mission is to preserve, protect, and advance Rodeo and it's participants to include cowboys, cowgirls, and the animals they perform with. We are dedicated to protecting the animals used in Rodeo, and to insure the cooperation of all Rodeo organizations to prevent abuse to these animals.
  • Run For The WallRun for the Wall
    Run for the Wall is an annual Veteran's pilgrimage across the heartland of America to Washington, DC and the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial -THE WALL. Their purpose is to create a groundswell of support for American PRISONERS OF WAR and MISSING IN ACTION from all wars, and to help those injured by war to heal. This 10 day, cross-country journey will include ceremonies with veterans and civic organizations, visits to war memorials, visits with VA hospital patients, and other stops to make sure our POW-MIA's are remembered. Most will be riding motorcycles, but it's not required. Last year over 500,000 bikes participated. The Kern County Sheriff's Reserve Association supports the efforts of Run For the Wall.
  • Kern County Sheriff's Department

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