Corral Code and Protocols

Corral Code / Protocol

Corral Code:

In the old west, law was sparse and settlers needed to work together to keep society functioning. The Code of the West referred to socially agreed laws, sometimes called the cowboy code. At Guys2 Mount, a Corral Code governs our western style roundup as agreed upon rules that every RIDER and bronc is trusted to abide by while inside the corral.
The Corral Code forms the basis for our event. If you can’t follow them, don’t buy a ticket.

Respect the Hand

  • RIDERS: Bronc’s hand up, action stops.
  • broncs: Use hand to check condom, PA or size. Raise hand to flag a wrangler

Honor a Blindfold

  • RIDERS: Honor the bronc’s blindfold: YELLOW: Safe Sex, BLUE: Bareback
  • broncs: No peeking, or removing the blindfold

Maintain your Role

  • RIDERS: Left Wrist band – Riders ONLY mount broncs
  • broncs: Right Wrist band – broncs only mounted by RIDERS

Corral Protocol


  • Entry:
    • Line up outside on the LEFT side of the Corral entrance (VIP line up in center).
    • Wait for the gate wrangler (wristband check, corral control)
  • Mount:
    • inspect any free bronc, touching, commenting. (Mount is a SHAME FREE event, no negative, or aggressive comments)
    • mount the bronc where found or move the bronc
    • to move, alert the bronc, then guide the bronc by the harness
      (RIDER is responsible for safety when bronc is moved)
  • Exit:
    • Leave the Corral whenever you like


  • Entry:
    • Line up outside on the RIGHT side of the Corral entrance (VIP line up in center).
    • Wait for a gate wrangler (wristband check, corral control)
    • Raise blindfold, Corral Wrangler will move you into the Corral.
  • Mount:
    • Check for condom / PA or size, if needed.
    • Let rider guide you where they want to place you
    • worn out? thirsty? or an issue with a RIDER- Raise your hand!
  • Exit:
    • raise your hand and a wrangler will come as soon as possible
    • Do NOT remove the blindfold
    • wrangler will guide you to the exit, and the Gate Wrangler will lower your blindfold.

Corral Schedule: MOUNT at 8:00pm


  • Mount Social: Meet riders, broncs and wranglers at Runway from 5:00-7:00pm
  • Arrival: Arrive no later than 7:30pm
  • Dress: Riders can wear anything they like, or nothing at all.
  • Rider Briefing: 7:45pm – Lead Rider reviews Corral Code


  • Mount Social: Meet riders, broncs and wranglers at Runway from 5:00-7:00pm
  • Arrival: Broncs arrive at the mount Corral no later than 7:00pm
  • Dress: Broncs are naked except for Mount Harness, blindfold and shoes/boots
    (cockrings, armbands or any non-ass blocking gear subject to Gate wrangler approval)
  • Blindfold: YELLOW = Safe Sex/Condom, BLUE = Prefers Bareback
  • bronc Briefing: 7:30pm – Lead Rider reviews Corral Code


  • Wranglers (volunteers) help enforce the Corral Code and safely guide broncs.
  • Watch for RIDERs not respecting hands or honoring blindfolds
  • Guide Broncs to the gate, or other areas of the corral as requested.
  • Wranglers CAN ride broncs (when not working) but CAN NOT be ridden by riders.
  • Perfect role for a voyeur
    Mount Social: Meet riders, broncs and wranglers at Runway from 5:00-7:00pm

12 thoughts on “Corral Code / Protocol”

    1. Its your call. But it may be better to attend as a wrangler to help with the broncs, and Ride what you want!
      volunteer for 2 shifts and you can be a bronc on your break

  1. I have a 2-day rider pass but just had the airline change my flights so I won’t arrive on day 1 by 8PM. Is it acceptable to arrive late, or should I just wait for day 2?

    1. Between 8pm and 9pm RIDER and broncs remain in the starting corrals.

      Late arrivals happen for all type of reasons.
      It’s an advantage that the CCBC front desk is manned 24×7.
      When ever you arrive get checked in and the desk will give your your 2-day rider wrist band,
      and head for a corral and wait in the RIDER Line (which is on the Left) and wait for the gate wrangler.

      After 9pm, the Gate Wrangler will admit riders or broncs who are changing corral

  2. So what are the actual hours and what time would Broncs and Riders need to arrive? Also how long does this typically last?

  3. Hey – Can you please briefly describe what the harness (worn by Broncs) looks like? And – how does it go on? Thanks!

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