Great Lakesí best head to Louisville
Courtesy PRCA

Qualification for the 2008 Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo continues this weekend with the Dodge Great Lakes Circuit Finals Rodeo, Nov. 8-10 at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. Itís the fourth of 12 circuit finals rodeos that will ultimately send the countryís top riders and ropers to the DNCFR.

                Action from the three-round rodeo starts each day at 7:30 p.m. ET
                At the 2007 DNCFR, the stakes to win were even higher than in past years. Event winners not only received a one-year lease to a new Dodge pick-up truck, but also received an automatic berth in the first two Ariat Playoff Series rodeos in Caldwell, Idaho, and Puyallup, Wash. There, the DNCFR winners had a chance at some big paychecks and, if things went well, an opportunity to advance further into the Playoff Series.

                Year-end winners in each of the PRCAís 12 circuits, as well as the average winners at each circuit finals rodeo, earn a berth to the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo, held each March in Pocatello, Idaho. The top 24 contestants in each event battle it out at the DNCFR for the title of national champion.

                The PRCA circuit system was created in 1975 to recognize competitors who might never have a chance to qualify for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The circuit cowboys and cowgirls compete throughout the year in a designated circuit (usually near their home), and top competitors from each circuit qualify for their circuitís finals.∑   

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