Playdays will start at on Sunday.The arena will be cleared 15 minutes
prior to the start in order to complete the event setup.There will be no riding in the area during this time.
You will need to sign up by the time that your class begins.Late arrivals will be able to ride the first event
only if the event is still set up in the arena.
Coggins Notice: All riders/families participating in a playday will be asked to sign verification that they have the Coggins form (Negative EIA), provide the expiration date and the certificate number. This will need to be included for every horse that is brought to DRC. Having this protects our club from any liability from the state. Unfortunately, if you do not have this or if it is expired we will have to ask you to leave the property.
Barrel Exhibitions - $5.00 per runPlayday - $5.00 per eventLead Line - $3.00 per event
Non-Members - additional $5.00 per rider per Playday.
ARENA WORKERS / PLAYDAY WORK LIST
Only judges and workers may be inside the arena during the playday events.It is mandatory to sign up
to work during each playday at the sign-up table when you enter.AT LEAST ONE
PERSON PER MEMBERSHIP MUST SIGN UP TO WORK AT EACH PLAYDAY
ATTENDING OR ANY POINTS ACCUMULATED FOR THE ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP
FOR THAT PARTICULAR PLAYDAY WILL BE FORFEITED.
Tickets will be sold at the sign-up table for exhibitions, and 50 tickets will be sold per playday.Exhibitions can be eliminated at the discretion of the playday chairman.
The areaaround the gates must be kept clear at all times.This is especially true for all children.Please
make certain that if your child(ren) play, they need to do so in the fenced area where it is safe for play.
This area is located in front of the concession stand.
Riders need to enter from the east side of the alley and exit on the west side.The rider should enter and
exit with their horse under control, preferably at a walk if at all possible.At the discretion of the
judge(s) and ultimately the playday chairman, a rider can be warned and ultimately disqualified for the
event if this rule is not adhered to.
CALL TO COMPETE
A rider’s name will be called three (3) times only.If unable to make the call, it is up to the rider to
inform the announcer of the problem (i.e. broken tack or other problems).If the announcer is not notified
by the third call, the rider will be disqualified.
The announcer stand is off limits to anyone except the playday committee members, event workers, or
those who are specifically requested to come to the announcer stand.
The use of profane language, alcohol, or disorderly conduct of any kind will be sufficient cause for
disqualification from any Denton Roundup Club sanctioned activity.
Western equipment is compulsory (i.e. no bareback rigging or pads).Helmets can be worn at the
discretion of the rider.
If the parent of a rider so desires, he/she may be present in the arena to assist the rider for reasons of the
rider’s safety only.The rider cannot have any assistance past the timer line to compete in the event unless
he/she is participating in the lead line class.Anyone else that has assistance past the timer line will
receive a “no time.”
An inquiry or protest must be presented prior to the start of the next event to the playday committee.
When the committee makes a decision, that decision is final.
Classes will run in the following order:
Lead Line, Classic, Super Senior, Super Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Junior, Intermediate, Senior
On Sunday afternoon, Lead Line class will run each event concurrently with the remainder of the classes.
Ribbons will be awarded to the first six (6) places in each event if they are requested upon entering.
Points will be given to the current members in the placing order.Non-members will not be considered
in the awarding of the points.Points will only count once you become a member and pay dues.
Any prior participation in playdays will not be counted.Points received for each event will be as follows: