To be eligible for series prizes, a rider must start in four of the applicable category events. In the case of a mid-season upgrade, riders can score series points in more than one series category. Riders who upgrade mid-season do not take their points with them into the higher category. In the event of a tie, the highest-place finisher at the most recent race is placed ahead.
The lowest single score of a rider's CTCX season is dropped from that rider's total score prior to the final event at the Governor's Guard Rodeo. Not participating in a race counts as a possible lowest score.
Series standings will be updated as soon as possible after the most recent event.
1st - 12 points
2nd - 10 points
3rd - 9 points
4th - 8 points
5th - 7 points
6th - 6 points
7th - 5 points
8th - 4 points
9th - 3 points
10th - 2 points
11th thru 15th - 1 point
Call-ups are provided at each event, in the applicable series categories, to the top 10 riders. Then Crossresults.com points. Then day-of entries. The promoter reserves the right to provide special race day call-ups along with series call-ups. Non-series categories are staged at the promoter's discretion.
For junior fields, each row of the start grid will be split into boys and girls columns of either 3 or 4 riders each per gender.
Elite juniors categories 1-3 will start with the rest of the Pro1-3 fields. All will be scored together, with a separate breakout of the results, along with a separate podium for the juniors (same procedure as the Cat3's racing in the Pro1-3).
Each race promoter is to use discretion in how elite juniors are staged.