FINALS Sept 3,4 & 5 at Teepee Creek, Alberta

Due to our unusual season-- ACPSA Board of Directors has decided to have a Jackpot. Friday evening FUN, FUN--Live Band, alcohol & salsa tasting, calcutta!!
Saturday classes open,10,8,5,senior & junior youth,sorting--full go and 1/3 back
Sunday classes open,10,8,5,senior & junior youth--full go and 1/3 back
Showdown Sunday--top 5 teams from each class from Saturday & Sunday
You must buy a ACPSA membership for insurance purposes. Zero shows to qualify
Further information pending---epenner for entries--or contact Tony 780-512 7652
Carter 780-995 0235


Regarding ACPSA & CTCPA membership fees

  1. ACPSA 2020 membership fees will be credited to the 2021 season. We are planning events listed on the schedule page alternating between south and north locations.
  2. CTCPA the $40.00 membership fee will be credited to the 2021 season; however if you participated in the 2020 Nationals you will be required to pay $40 in 2021. further questions can be forwarded to Lorie Inglis at CTCPA
  3. If you wish to etransfer membership fee to ACPSA use

12 Class Incentive
will continue in 2020

  1. Maximum of 7 Teams. 5 Teams which can be a maximum rating of 21. After the 6th team, the 7th team must be an Incentive Team that can be no greater than 12.
  2. The “incentive” is not a class. They are an incentive run within a class. They are pick teams. The “incentive” is an additional fee on top of the class entry fee, to be paid out to the “incentive” teams only. If you place in the Incentive, the payout is based solely on the incentive pot amount. However, an incentive team may also place in the class, meaning you could receive a payout in both the class and incentive.
  3. Create a “handicap” based on a ½ (half) second off the run time based on the team combined rating. The Open/12 Incentive class offers a handicaped based on a max team rating of three #7 riders for a total of 21. Each team entered calculates their handicap based on 21, minus their team rating total. For example, a combined team rating of 5 (21-5=16/2=8 Seconds – Best possible handicap) would have 8 seconds taken off their time. This applies to all teams entered in this class. Another Example (21-14=6/2= 3 second).


    Sorting Class: 4 teams per person allowed throughout the year     including finals
3+sorting maximum 4 rides


We(ACPSA) have received our exemption(approval) so we are able to host shows in 2021. Please read the information on the Covid-19 page which are the protocols our club needs to abide in order to pen. Entries & payment of memberships can be e-transferred to



The Alberta Cattlemens Penning & Sorting Association has been established to promote and develop the sport of Team Cattle Penning. Alberta Cattlemens supports the view that Team penning is a sport for young and old, male and female, families and individuals. The Alberta Cattlemens Penning & Sorting Association primary mission is to promote a pastime that fosters family involvement while setting high standards for professional conduct, a fair playing field and good sportsmanship in the spirit of fun and competition.

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