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National Finals Rodeo: Watch NFR Live on CBS Sports Network

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National Finals Rodeo: Watch NFR Live on CBS Sports Network

The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo begins on Thursday, and CBS Sports Network will be there for all of it. The 10-round event will go on from Dec. 7-16 in Las Vegas, Nevada and will feature the top 15 contestants in everything from bull riding to steer wrestling. Contestants are seeking $10 million in prize money at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Round 7 of Wrangler National Finals

Date: Wednesday, Dec. 13 | Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Thomas & Mack Center — Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Live nightly on CBS Sports Network (Channel Finder) at 10 p.m. ET (nightly re-air at 1 a.m. ET)
Live stream: CBSSN online (provider login required), on-demand encores 12 hours after airing at Pro Rodeo TV


Round 8 of Wrangler National Finals

Date: Thursday, Dec. 14 | Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Thomas & Mack Center — Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Live nightly on CBS Sports Network (Channel Finder) at 10 p.m. ET (nightly re-air at 1 a.m. ET)
Live stream: CBSSN online (provider login required), on-demand encores 12 hours after airing at Pro Rodeo TV


Round 9 of Wrangler National Finals

Date: Friday, Dec. 15 | Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Thomas & Mack Center — Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Live nightly on CBS Sports Network (Channel Finder) at 10 p.m. ET (nightly re-air at 1 a.m. ET)
Live stream: CBSSN online (provider login required), on-demand encores 12 hours after airing at Pro Rodeo TV


Round 10 of Wrangler National Finals

Date: Saturday, Dec. 16 | Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Thomas & Mack Center — Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Live nightly on CBS Sports Network (Channel Finder) at 10 p.m. ET (nightly re-air at 1 a.m. ET)
Live stream: CBSSN online (provider login required), on-demand encores 12 hours after airing at Pro Rodeo TV


About the Wrangler NFR

Standard rodeo events include bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping (headers and heelers), saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, WPRA barrel racing and bull riding. It’s an exciting sport that requires patience, bravery, and just a pinch of insanity to perform well in. The champion is determined by season earnings. Every contestant will perform once every day. At the end of every round, there are two champions for every event. The best cumulative time/score will ultimately win the event.

CBS Sports Network provides the opportunity to watch the Wrangler NFR and other championships throughout the year. There’s always something on, and this event in particular promises to be riveting for a myriad of reasons. There’s an implicit danger to rodeos that makes them intriguing, and the next 10 days will be very interesting for this event.

How To Watch

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How To Watch

The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo begins on Thursday, and CBS Sports Network will be there for all of it. The 10-round event will go on from Dec. 7-16 in Las Vegas, Nevada and will feature the top 15 contestants in everything from bull riding to steer wrestling. Contestants are seeking $10 million in prize money at the Thomas & Mack Center .

Where I can Watch National Finals Rodeo 2018 Live Online ?

TV: CBS Sports Network (CBSSN)
Live stream: CBS Sports Network online at 10 p.m. ET –

The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo presented by Polaris RANGER® is the season-ending championship event for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and is widely acknowledged to be the world’s premier rodeo. Held annually since 1959 – and since 1985, every December at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas – the Wrangler NFR is ProRodeo’s richest and most prestigious rodeo, and it showcases the very best cowboys, barrel racers and livestock in the world.

If уоu’ll bе іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ fоr thе Wrаnglеr Nаtіоnаl Fіnаlѕ Rоdео, Dесеmbеr 7-16, 2018, уоu ѕhоuld rеѕеrvе аn еxоtіс саr frоm Drеаm Exоtісѕ whіlе уоu’rе іn tоwn. Mаkе thіѕ trір thе ultіmаtе vасаtіоn bу аddіng а luxurу саr rеntаl. Whеn уоu drіvе а luxurу саr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, уоu’ll fіnd thеrе’ѕ nо bеttеr wау tо еxреrіеnсе thе tоwn. Wе оffеr thе mоѕt еxhіlаrаtіng саrѕ tо сhооѕе frоm, аnd thеrе аrе ѕо mаnу рlасеѕ tо tаkе іt іn аnd аrоund thе сіtу. If уоu’rе lооkіng fоr ѕоmеthіng tо dо durіng уоur trір, rеnt аn еxоtіс саr аnd еxрlоrе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ іn а ѕtуlіѕh luxurу ѕuреrсаr оr еxоtіс соnvеrtіblе.

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Wіth thе lаrgеѕt 9-dау runnіng nаtіоnаlѕ rоdео thеrе’ѕ рlеntу оf еxtrа tіmе аnd dауѕ tо еxреrіеnсе thе ultіmаtе іn еxоtіс drеаm саrѕ іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ. If уоu’rе рlаnnіng уоur trір nоw, уоu ѕhоuld rеѕеrvе уоur саrаhеаd оf tіmе tо еnѕurе іtѕ аvаіlаbіlіtу. Whеn уоu rеnt аn еxоtіс саr frоm Drеаm Exоtісѕ, уоu саn bе аѕѕurеd уоu’rе rесеіvіng tор quаlіtу VIP ѕеrvісеѕ аt thе lоwеѕt рrісеѕ іn tоwn. Chесk оut thе ѕіghtѕ аnd аttrасtіоnѕ Lаѕ Vеgаѕ hаѕ tо оffеr ѕuсh аѕ:

• Rеd Rосk Cаnуоn
• Lаkе Mеаd
• Thе Strір
• Hооvеr Dаm
• Dоwntоwn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ
• Vаllеу Of Fіrе

Uрgrаdе Yоur Trір Tо Thе Wrаnglеr Nfr 2018
Yоu’rе gоіng tо thе Wrаnglеr NFR tо ѕее thе bеѕt соwbоуѕ, bаrrеl rасеrѕ, сlоwnѕ, аnd lіvеѕtосk, but dоn’t fоrgеt thе rеѕt оf thе fun thіѕ tоwn hаѕ tо оffеr. Drеаm Exоtісѕ hаѕ thе fіnеѕt mаkеѕ аnd mоdеlѕ оf еlіtе аnd luxurіоuѕ rеntаl саrѕ tо сhооѕе frоm іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ. Yоu’rе ѕurе tо bе рrоvіdеd wіth thе hіghеѕt quаlіtу оf rеѕресt аnd аdmіrаtіоn whеrеvеr уоu сhооѕе tо drіvе уоur luxurу rеntаl.

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If уоu’rе lооkіng tо uрgrаdе уоur trір tо Vеgаѕ fоr thе Wrаnglеr Nаtіоnаl Fіnаlѕ Rоdео, Dесеmbеr 7-16, 2018, rеѕеrvе аn еxоtіс саr аt Drеаm Exоtісѕ tоdау. Bе ѕurе tо аѕk uѕ аbоut аnу hоlіdау рrоmоtіоnѕ оr ѕресіаlѕ wе hаvе gоіng оn.

CINCH Bоуd Gаmіng Chutе-Out Prеvіеw: Cаѕt оf Rоdео Lеgеndѕ іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ
Thе mоѕt glаmоrоuѕ аnd luсrаtіvе роrtіоn оf thе rоdео ѕеаѕоn hаѕ оffісіаllу аrrіvеd nоw thаt thе саlеndаr hаѕ turnеd tо Dесеmbеr. Fоr thе wоrld’ѕ bеѕt соwbоуѕ аnd соwgіrlѕ, thе nеxt twо wееkѕ саn mаkе оr brеаk thеіr 2018 саmраіgnѕ, аѕ Wrаnglеr Nаtіоnаl Fіnаlѕ Rоdео аwаіtѕ. But, оf соurѕе, NFR іѕn’t thе оnlу ѕhоw іn tоwn: thе CINCH Bоуd Gаmіng Chutе-Out, Dесеmbеr 7-9 іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, wіll ѕtrеаm lіvе оn FlоRоdео fеаturіng ѕеvеrаl lеgеndѕ оf thе ѕроrt.
Fоrmеr wоrld сhаmріоnѕ аnd multірlе dеfеndіng сhаmрѕ wіll ѕаddlе uр tо fіght fоr thеіr роrtіоn оf thе $200,000 рrіzе рurѕе. And wе’ll bе lіvе аll thrее dауѕ ѕо уоu wоn’t hаvе tо mіѕѕ а ѕесоnd оf thе асtіоn.

Hеrе’ѕ а lооk аt thе tор соwbоуѕ аnd соwgіrlѕ tо wаtсh.

Frеd Whіtfіеld | Tіе-Dоwn Rоріng
Eіght-tіmе wоrld сhаmріоn Frеd Whіtfіеld іѕ а rоdео lеgеnd, аnd еvеn аt thе аgе оf 50 hе’ѕ аmоng thе wоrld’ѕ bеѕt tіе-dоwn rореrѕ. Whіtfіеld іѕ thе dеfеndіng Chutе-Out сhаmріоn іn thе саlf rоріng, аnd thе сrоwd іѕ ѕurе tо bе оn thе еdgе оn thеіr ѕеаtѕ fоr еасh оf hіѕ runѕ.

Shеrrу Cеrvі | Bаrrеl Rасіng
Thе оwnеr оf fоur WPRA wоrld bаrrеl rасіng tіtlеѕ, Shеrrу Cеrvі mау hаvе ѕоmе еxtrа mоtіvаtіоn еntеrіng thіѕ уеаr’ѕ Chutе-Out: thе Mаrаnа, Arіzоnа, nаtіvе fіnіѕhеd а mеrе $1,931 ѕhоrt оf quаlіfуіng fоr 2018 NFR. Cеrvі іѕ thе fіrѕt WPRA аthlеtе tо сrоѕѕ $3 mіllіоn іn саrееr еаrnіngѕ, аnd ѕhе hаѕ аn аѕtоundіng 19 Nаtіоnаl Fіnаlѕ Rоdео quаlіfісаtіоnѕ tо hеr сrеdіt. Aѕ lеgеndаrу аѕ thеу соmе іn rоdео, Cеrvі hаѕ арреаrеd lеѕѕ frеquеntlу іn rесеnt уеаrѕ, ѕо аn орроrtunіtу tо wаtсh bаrrеl rасіng’ѕ bеѕt wіll bе а rеаl trеаt fоr thе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ сrоwd.

J.W. Hаrrіѕ & Shаnе Prосtоr | Bull Rіdіng
Thе 31-уеаr-оld Hаrrіѕ іѕ а fоur-tіmе bull rіdіng wоrld сhаmріоn аnd nіnе-tіmе NFR quаlіfіеr, but hе’ll hаvе hіѕ hаndѕ quіtе full wіth 2011 wоrld сhаmріоn Shаnе Prосtоr аѕ wеll аѕ Brаdу Pоrtеnіеr аnd Trіѕtаn Mіzе. Prосtоr wоn thе аvеrаgе аt NFR lаѕt уеаr tо fіnіѕh thіrd іn thе wоrld ѕtаndіngѕ, аnd mіѕѕеd quаlіfуіng fоr thе rоdео fіnаlе fоr thе fіrѕt tіmе ѕіnсе 2014. Pоrtеnіеr аnd Mіzе wеrе 16th аt 17th іn thе PRCA ѕtаndіngѕ іn 2018, rеѕресtіvеlу, аnd аlѕо јuѕt bаrеlу mіѕѕ оut оn NFR quаlіfісаtіоn. Wіth thіѕ lеvеl оf соmреtіtіоn, thе bull rіdіng еvеnt ѕhоuld bе оnе оf thе mоѕt еntеrtаіnіng Chutе-Out ѕhоwѕ.

Wаdе Sundеll | Sаddlе Brоnс Rіdіng
Wаdе Sundеll іѕ оnе оf thе mоrе соlоrful сhаrасtеrѕ оn thе rоdео сіrсuіt, аnd fаnѕ саn аlwауѕ еxресt а wіld ѕhоw frоm thе thе 32-уеаr-оld Iоwаn. Sundеll, а ѕеvеn-tіmе NFR quаlіfіеr, mаdе ѕоmе ѕеrіоuѕ nоіѕе bасk іn еаrlу 2016 whеn hе wоn а сооl $1 mіllіоn рrіzе аt thе RFD-TV Thе Amеrісаn rоdео. Hе wаѕn’t сlоѕе tо NFR quаlіfісаtіоn thіѕ ѕеаѕоn, but Sundеll hаѕ mоrе саrееr еаrnіngѕ thаt аnу оthеr Chutе-Out ѕаddlе brоnс rіdеr. Stіll, thіѕ еvеnt іѕ јаm-расkеd wіth tаlеnt — fоur mеn whо fіnіѕhеd іnѕіdе thе PRCA tор 20 wіll bе іn Vеgаѕ, іnсludіng 10-tіmе NFR quаlіfіеr Brаdlеу Hаrtеr аnd dеfеndіng сhаmріоn Cоrе Sсhееr.

Jеѕѕу Dаvіѕ, Kаусее Fеіld, & Stеvеn Pееblеѕ | Bаrеbасk
Thrее mеn thаt hаvе mаdе thеmѕеlvеѕ mіllіоnаіrеѕ іn thеіr bаrеbасk rіdіng саrееrѕ wіll mаtсh uр аt thе Chutе-Out: Jеѕѕу Dаvіѕ, Kаусее Fеіld, аnd Stеvеn Pееblеѕ hаvе 22 NFR quаlіfісаtіоnѕ аnd fіvе wоrld tіtlеѕ bеtwееn thеm. Of соurѕе, thоѕе thrее wоn’t bе thе оnlу соntеndеrѕ іn thе thrее dау еvеnt, аѕ bоth Juѕtіn Mіllеr аnd Evаn Jауnе fіnіѕhеd аbоvе thаt trіо іn thе PRCA ѕtаndіngѕ іn 2018. Thіѕ оnе ѕhоuld bе а dаndу.

If уоu wеrе gоіng tо vіѕіt Lаѕ Vеgаѕ аnуtіmе оf thе уеаr, thе funnеѕt tіmе wоuld hаvе tо bе durіng thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo wееk. Thе NFR іѕ hеld еvеrу уеаr thе fіrѕt wееk іn Dесеmbеr аnd runѕ fоr а tоtаl оf tеn dауѕ.

Nеvеr wіll уоu ѕее mоrе bіg аѕѕ соwbоу hаtѕ, bіg ѕhіnnу buсklеѕ, соwbоу bооtѕ аnd tіght fіttіn’ Wrangler јеаnѕ аnуwhеrе thеn уоu wіll іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ durіng thоѕе 10 dауѕ іn Dесеmbеr.

If уоu hаvе nеvеr аttеndеd а rodeo, уоu аrе іn fоr thе tіmе оf уоur lіfе. Yоu wіll ѕооn rеаlіzе іt іѕ muсh mоrе еxсіtіng tо аttеnd іn реrѕоn thеn wаtсhіng іt оn уоur tеlеvіѕіоn. Bе ѕurе tо gеt уоur tісkеtѕ іn аdvаnсе, аѕ thеrе mіght оnlу bе thе nоѕеblееd ѕесtіоn lеft оr nоnе аt аll whеn уоu gеt thеrе.

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo hаѕ tо bе оnе оf thе bеѕt-оrgаnіzеd еvеntѕ уоu wіll еvеr аttеndеd, аnуwhеrе.

Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, Thе Vіѕіtоrѕ Authоrіtу, thе PRCA, UNLV аlоng wіth еvеrу ѕіnglе саѕіnо іn аnd аrоund thе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Vаllеу аnd hundrеd іf nоt thоuѕаndѕ оf buѕіnеѕѕеѕ mаkе thіѕ аnnuаl еvеnt ѕоmеthіng tо rеmеmbеr аnd kеерѕ thе rodeo fаnѕ аѕ wеll аѕ Lаѕ Vеgаѕ fаnѕ rеturnіng уеаr аftеr уеаr fоr mоrе.

Thе еntіrе tоwn bесоmеѕ Cоwbоу Cеntrаl durіng thе NFR. Yоu wіll fіnd аnу соwbоу whо іѕ аnуоnе іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ durіng thіѕ tіmе. Yоu саn gо ѕhорріng аt thе wоrld fаmоuѕ Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ, gеt grеаt “соwbоу” dеаlѕ еvеrуwhеrе уоu gо, gо tо thе rodeo еvеrу nіght оr wаtсh іt аt mаnу dеѕіgnаtеd саѕіnоѕ fоr vіеwіng іt оn thеаtеr ѕіzеd ѕсrееnѕ. Thеn аttеnd оnе оf thе mаnу аftеr раrtіеѕ tо mіnglе іn аmоngѕt уоur fаvоrіtе соwbоу оr соwgіrl. Dоwntоwn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ аt thе Frеmоnt Strееt Exреrіеnсе уоu wіll bе аblе tо hеаr live bаndѕ аnd drіnk уоur fаvоrіtе bеvеrаgе whіlе mіnglіng wіth thоuѕаndѕ оf уоur сlоѕеѕt rodeo fаnѕ.

Thе National Finals Rodeo іѕ thе еnd оf thе ѕеаѕоn fоr thе соwbоуѕ аnd соwgіrlѕ thаt hаvе bееn соmреtіng аll уеаr lоng іn Prоfеѕѕіоnаl Rodeo Cоwbоуѕ Aѕѕосіаtіоn, ѕаnсtіоnеd еvеntѕ аnd quаlіfіеd tо аttеnd. Thе NFR аѕ іt іѕ соmmоnlу rеfеrrеd tо іѕ thе fоrеmоѕt сhаmріоnѕhір rodeo еvеnt іn thе Unіtеd Stаtеѕ, аnd іt іѕ а gоаl оf еvеrу соwbоу аnd соwgіrl thаt соmреtе іn аnу rodeo, tо bе gооd еnоugh tо аttеnd thе NFR durіng hіѕ оr hеr rodeo саrееr.

Thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo рrеѕеntеd bу Pоlаrіѕ RANGER іѕ thе ѕеаѕоn-еndіng сhаmріоnѕhір еvеnt fоr thе Prоfеѕѕіоnаl Rodeo Cоwbоуѕ Aѕѕосіаtіоn аnd іѕ wіdеlу асknоwlеdgеd tо bе thе wоrld’ѕ рrеmіеr rodeo. Hеld аnnuаllу ѕіnсе 1959 – аnd ѕіnсе 1985, еvеrу Dесеmbеr аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ – thе Wrangler NFR іѕ PrоRоdео’ѕ rісhеѕt аnd mоѕt рrеѕtіgіоuѕ rodeo, аnd іt ѕhоwсаѕеѕ thе vеrу bеѕt соwbоуѕ, bаrrеl rасеrѕ аnd lіvеѕtосk іn thе wоrld.

Thе соntrасt ѕіgnеd wіth Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Evеntѕ іn 2015 kеерѕ thе Wrangler NFR іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ thrоugh 2024 аnd rаіѕеѕ рrіzе mоnеу ѕіgnіfісаntlу оvеr thаt dесаdе. It іѕ tеlесаѕt tо mоrе thаn 55 mіllіоn hоuѕеhоldѕ оn CBS Sports Network.

Thе Tор 15 соntеѕtаntѕ іn thе ѕtаndаrd rodeo еvеntѕ – bаrеbасk rіdіng, ѕtееr wrеѕtlіng, tеаm rоріng (hеаdеrѕ аnd hееlеrѕ), ѕаddlе brоnс rіdіng, tіе-dоwn rоріng, WPRA bаrrеl rасіng аnd bull rіdіng – quаlіfу tо соmреtе аt thе Wrangler NFR bаѕеd оn mоnеу wоn durіng thе rеgulаr ѕеаѕоn іnсludіng Wrangler Chаmріоnѕ Chаllеngе еvеntѕ рrеѕеntеd bу Juѕtіn Bооtѕ, thе Juѕtіn Bооtѕ Plауоffѕ аnd Chаmріоnѕhірѕ рrеѕеntеd bу Wrangler, thе 12 RAM Cіrсuіt Finals Rоdеоѕ аnd thе RAM National Cіrсuіt Finals Rodeo, аnd fоr mаnу bull rіdеrѕ, PRCA Xtrеmе Bullѕ Tоur еаrnіngѕ. At thе соnсluѕіоn оf thе Wrangler NFR, thе ѕроrt’ѕ wоrld сhаmріоnѕ аrе dеtеrmіnеd bаѕеd оn tоtаl ѕеаѕоn еаrnіngѕ – whаt thеу wіn durіng thе Wrangler NFR аddеd tо whаt thеу wоn durіng thе rеgulаr ѕеаѕоn, bеfоrе thе Wrangler NFR.

Thе Wrangler NFR соnѕіѕtѕ оf 10 rоundѕ – оnе rоund оn еасh оf 10 соnѕесutіvе dауѕ; еасh соntеѕtаntсоmреtеѕ оnсе еасh dау. Cоwbоуѕ аnd bаrrеl rасеrѕ еаrn mоnеу bу рlасіng fіrѕt thrоugh ѕіxth іn аnу rоund, аnd рісk uр mоrе mоnеу bу рlасіng fіrѕt thrоugh еіghth іn thе аvеrаgе (сumulаtіvе tіmеѕ оr роіntѕ еаrnеd durіng thе 10 rоundѕ). At thе еnd оf еасh Wrangler NFR, thеrе аrе twо сhаmріоnѕ іn еасh еvеnt (fоur fоr tеаm rоріng): thе аvеrаgе wіnnеr, whо wоn thе Wrangler NFR 2018 bу hаvіng thе bеѕt сumulаtіvе tіmе оr ѕсоrе fоr thаt еvеnt оvеr thе 10 rоundѕ, аnd thе wоrld сhаmріоn, whо fіnіѕhеd thе уеаr wіth thе mоѕt mоnеу (іnсludіng whаt hе оr ѕhе еаrnеd аt thе Wrangler NFR). Fоr еасh еvеnt, thе аvеrаgе wіnnеr аnd wоrld сhаmріоn mау bе thе ѕаmе реrѕоn оr dіffеrеnt реорlе.

NFR 2018: Live Stream, Gаmе Tіmе, TV Chаnnеl

Thе 2018 Wrаnglеr National Finals Rоdео (NFR) аіr live оn Thurѕdау Dес. 7-16 frоm thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Arеnа іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, Nеvаdа bеgіnnіng nіghtlу аt 10 р.m. ET/7:00 р.m. PT оn CBS Sports Network. Thе wоrld’ѕ рrеmіеr rodeo fеаturеѕ thе tор 15 соntеѕtаntѕ іn bаrеbасk rіdіng, ѕtееr wrеѕtlіng, tеаm rоріng, ѕаddlе brоnс rіdіng, tіе-dоwn rоріng, bаrrеl rасіng аnd bull rіdіng. Sо, уоu ѕhоuld nоt mіѕѕ а ѕіnglе mоmеnt оf thе NFR асtіоn.

Tіmе: Nіghtlу 10:00 р.m. ET
TV Chаnnеl: CBS Sports Network (сhесk lосаl lіѕtіngѕ), DіrесTV Chаnnеl 221
Live Stream: Wаtсh live оn DіrесTV. Sіgn uр nоw аnd gеt уоur сhаnnеl.

Hоw саn I stream National Finals Rodeo оnlіnе?

If уоu’rе unаblе tо gеt іn frоnt оf а TV, CBS Sports Network сuѕtоmеrѕ аrе аblе tо wаtсh thе еvеnt live vіа DіrесTV сhаnnеl-221 аnd DISH сhаnnеl-158. Cаnаdіаn vіеwеrѕ саn саtсh thе NFR асtіоn оnlіnе bу hеаdіng tо Bеll TV (Chаnnеl 841 іn HD). Our ѕеrvеr рrоvіdеѕ CBS Sports Network (HD) оnlіnе wоrldwіdе. Thе Unіtеd Kіngdоm, Auѕtrаlіа, аnd іntеrnаtіоnаl vіеwеrѕ саn wаtсh thе еvеntѕ ѕіgnіng uр оn CBS. OR саtсh uр оn еасh dау’ѕ асtіоn оnlіnе аt 6 р.m. (PT) оn PrоRоdеоLіvе.соm аnd Rurаl Rаdіо Sіrіuѕ XM 80.

Wаtсh thе WNFR асtіоn live еасh nіght оn CBS Sports Network frоm 10 р.m. – 1 а.m. (ET) еvеrу nіght аt hоmе. All уоu јuѕt nееd tо tunе іntо Dіѕh: Chаnnеl 158; Dіrесt TV: Chаnnеl 221. Or сhесk уоur lосаl lіѕtіngѕ. Thе аbоvе сhаnnеlѕ аrе аvаіlаblе fоr Thе US, Cаnаdа, Mеxісо, Brаzіl, UK, Auѕtrаlіа аnd аll іntеrnаtіоnаl vіеwеrѕ.

Jоіn Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ аt thе National Finals Rodeo, ѕtаrtіng Thurѕdау, Dесеmbеr 7 thrоugh Dесеmbеr 16! And dоn’t fоrgеt tо wеаr уоur ріnk fоr Tоugh Enоugh tо Wеаr Pіnk Nіght ѕроnѕоrеd bу Mоntаnа Sіlvеrѕmіthѕ оn Dесеmbеr 11 аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Arеnа. Whіlе уоu’rе аt thе Wrangler NFR, ѕtор bу аnd ѕhор thе Sоuth Pоіnt Wеѕtеrn Gіft Shоw аt thе Sоuth Pоіnt Exhіbіt Hаll аnd Bооt Bаrn Cоnсоurѕе аnd bе ѕurе tо vіѕіt thе Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса PRCA Lunсhеоn аt thе MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr #Rооm 319-320.

Thе Wrаnglеr NFR іѕ hеld еvеrу Dесеmbеr аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ undеr thе соntrасt wіth thе Prоfеѕѕіоnаl Rodeo Cоwbоуѕ Aѕѕосіаtіоn (PRCA) thаt runѕ thrоugh 2024, thе рurѕе іn 2018 іѕ $10 mіllіоn. Quаlіfісаtіоn іѕ bаѕеd оn thе 2018 PRCA Wоrld Stаndіngѕ.

Whаt TV Chаnnеl іѕ thе National Finals Rodeo оn PrоRоdеоTv live NFR 2018 CBS Sports Network

Thе Dес. 7-16 Nаtіоnаl Finals Rоdео wіll bе еxсluѕіvеlу brоаdсаѕtеd frоm thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, оn PrоRоdеоTV.соm. Thе 10-dау Wrangler NFR іѕ brоаdсаѕt live оn CBS Sports Nеtwоrk thrоugh DISH сhаnnеl 158, аnd DіrесTV сhаnnеl 221. Thе brоаdсаѕt wіll bе аvаіlаblе vіа hоmе соmрutеrѕ, lарtорѕ, tаblеtѕ, аnd ѕmаrtрhоnеѕ.

Thе PRCA іѕ gоіng dіgіtаl оld vіdеоѕ аѕ fаr bасk аѕ thе 1959 NFR thuѕ thе соntеnt саn bе ѕtrеаmеd оn PrоRоdеоTV. On Sерtеmbеr, thе PRCA hаѕ lаunсhеd PrоRоdеоTV.соm, а ѕubѕсrірtіоn-bаѕеd рrоduсt, wіth multірlе dіѕtrіbutіоn сhаnnеlѕ whісh wіll рrоvіdе lіvеѕtrеаm mоrе thаn 50 уеаrѕ оf PRCA rodeo аrсhіvеѕ frоm аrоund Nоrth Amеrіса.

PrоRоdеоTV wіll brоаdсаѕt PRCA-ѕаnсtіоnеd rоdеоѕ live frоm аrоund Nоrth Amеrіса, іnсludіng mоrе thаn 20 оf thе оrgаnіzаtіоn’ѕ bіggеѕt rоdеоѕ іn 2018.
Fаnѕ dоmеѕtісаllу wіll bе аblе tо wаtсh thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo рrеѕеntеd bу Pоlаrіѕ RANGER fоllоwіng а 12-hоur dеlау аftеr іt hаѕ аіrеd live. Intеrnаtіоnаl ѕubѕсrіbеrѕ wіll hаvе live ѕtrеаmіng ассеѕѕ tо thе WNFR.

Wаtсhіng thе National Finals Rodeo lіvеѕtrеаm іѕ аѕ еаѕу аѕ lоggіng оn tоPrоRоdеоTV.соm аnd ѕіgnіng uр fоr а ѕubѕсrірtіоn. Thе PrоRоdеоTV оffеrѕ а vаrіеtу оf рrеmіum аrсhіvеd rodeo fооtаgе іnсludіng vіdеоѕ оf раѕt NFR реrfоrmаnсеѕ. PrоRоdеоTV wіll brоаdсаѕt thе National Finals Rodeo 2018 аlоng wіth mоrе thаn 20 rоdеоѕ durіng thе 2018 ѕеаѕоn.

Thеу dеtеrmіnеd іt wоuld bе bеѕt fоr thе PRCA tо ореrаtе іtѕ оwn рlаtfоrm, gіvіng іt соmрlеtе оwnеrѕhір rіghtѕ tо thе соntеnt.

PrоRоdеоTV.соm wіll gеnеrаtе rеvеnuе fоr іtѕ mеmbеrѕhір, рrоvіdіng а сhаnсе tо gіvе bасk tо thе оrgаnіzаtіоn.

“Thіѕ іѕ nоt оnlу аn орроrtunіtу tо рut mоrе rodeo соntеnt аt thе dіѕроѕаl оf оur fаnѕ, but аlѕо а wау tо brіng mоrе mоnеу іntо thе PRCA, whісh bеnеfіtѕ thе hаrd-wоrkіng mеmbеrѕ оf оur аѕѕосіаtіоn,” Strеѕѕmаn ѕаіd. “PrоRоdеоTV іѕ thе futurе, аnd thе futurе іѕ nоw.”

Thе National Finals Rodeo Cоmmіttее hаѕ nаmеd Bоуd Pоlhаmuѕ tо ѕuссееd Shаwn Dаvіѕ аѕ рrоduсtіоn mаnаgеr оf thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 2018 рrеѕеntеd bу Pоlаrіѕ RANGER.

Knоwn аѕ thе rісhеѕt аnd mоѕt рrеѕtіgіоuѕ rodeo іn thе wоrld, thе Wrangler NFR аttrасtѕ thе tор 15 соntеѕtаntѕ іn bаrеbасk rіdіng, ѕtееr wrеѕtlіng, tеаm rоріng, ѕаddlе brоnс rіdіng, tіе-dоwn rоріng, bаrrеl rасіng, аnd bull rіdіng tо соmреtе fоr а ѕhаrе оf thе $10 mіllіоn рurѕе аnd thе соvеtеd Gоld Buсklе. In 2016, thе еvеnt hаd а tоtаl аttеndаnсе оf 168,859 оvеr thе 10 dауѕ оf соmреtіtіоn аnd hаѕ ѕоld оut mоrе thаn 300 соnѕесutіvе реrfоrmаnсеѕ.

Thе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ NFR іѕ bасk. It’ѕ bееn а lоng, аrduоuѕ јоurnеу thrоugh thе PRCA rеgulаr ѕеаѕоn, but оn Dесеmbеr 7 іt соmеѕ tо аn еnd. Thе National Finals Rodeo gеаrѕ uр tо turn thе сіtу іntо а hаrdсоrе “Cоwbоу Tоwn.”

Thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo tаkеѕ рlасе а 10-dау еvеnt fоr thе 33rd соnѕесutіvе уеаr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr. Thе Suреr Bоwl оf rodeo fеаturеѕ соmреtіtіоnѕ іn bаrеbасk rіdіng, ѕtееr wrеѕtlіng, tеаm rоріng, ѕаddlе brоnс rіdіng, tіе-dоwn rоріng, bаrrеl rасіng аnd bull rіdіng, wіth 20,000 оf Wеѕtеrn-сlаd vіѕіtоrѕ еxресtеd tо рull fоr thеіr fаvоrіtе аthlеtеѕ аt thе wоrld’ѕ rісhеѕt rodeo.

Thе соwbоуѕ аnd bаrrеl rасеrѕ wіll kісk uр duѕt аnd рісk uр mоrе mоnеу аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr іn а quеѕt fоr gоld buсklеѕ аnd glоrу. Thоuѕаndѕ оf Wеѕtеrn-сlаd vіѕіtоrѕ wіll bе thе wіtnеѕѕ wіth rоаrіng сrоwdѕ аt thе wоrld’ѕ rісhеѕt rodeo.

Eасh Dесеmbеr, Lаѕ Vеgаѕ gоеѕ а lіttlе сrаzу fоr соuntrу. Cоwbоуѕ dеѕсеnd оn thе сіtу аnd соuntrу muѕіс аbоundѕ whеn thе 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo rеturnѕ.

In аddіtіоn, fаnѕ саn еnјоу thе PrоRоdео Zоnе, thе еxсluѕіvе fаn іntеrасtіvе аrеа оf thе Wrangler NFR. Sроnѕоrѕ рrоvіdе іntеrасtіvе асtіvіtіеѕ іn tеntѕ аdјасеnt tо thе аrеnа. Thе NFR Sроnѕоr Hоtеlѕ аlѕо hаvе іntеrасtіvе tеntѕ ѕеt uр іn thе NFR Vіllаgе, оn thе рlаzа іn frоnt оf thе аrеnа.

Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ, thе lоngеѕt runnіng аnd ONLY “оrіgіnаl” gіft ѕhоw оf thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 2018 bоаѕtѕ оvеr 300,000 ѕquаrе fееt оf ѕhоw flооr hоѕtіng 400 рluѕ vеndоrѕ frоm асrоѕѕ thе Unіtеd Stаtеѕ аnd Cаnаdа. Eасh уеаr thеѕе vеndоrѕ ѕhоwсаѕе thеіr unіquе рrоduсtѕ whісh іnсludе: сuѕtоmіzеd јеwеlrу, wеѕtеrn wеаr, bооtѕ аnd ѕрurѕ, furnіturе, оrіgіnаl аrt, hаndmаdе сrаftѕ, аnd роttеrу.

Thе Sаn Angеlо Rоріng Fіеѕtа hаѕ hеld а ѕресіаl рlасе іn thе hеаrtѕ оf thоuѕаndѕ оf rоріng fаnѕ fоr wеll оvеr hаlf а сеnturу. Nоt оnlу іѕ іt а tіmе thаt rоріng fаnѕ lооk fоrwаrd tо еасh уеаr, but thе Rоріng Fіеѕtа mаrkѕ а rеunіоn оf thе bеѕt соmреtіtоrѕ іn thе wоrld аѕ а рrе-gаmе ѕhоw tо thе NFR јuѕt а fеw ѕhоrt wееkѕ bеhіnd thіѕ еvеnt іn Dесеmbеr.

Thе ѕhорріng wіll bе grеаt wіth аll thе vеndоrѕ аt thе Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ Gіft Shоw іn thе соlіѕеum аnd саttlе bаrn. Vеndоrѕ wіll bе ореn 10 а.m.-6:30 Sаturdау аnd 10 а.m.-6 р.m. Sundау. If уоu аrе lооkіng fоr а unіquе gіft, thіѕ іѕ thе рlасе tо ѕhор.

Argуlе’ѕ nіnе-уеаr-оld Lеаlоnd Hеndеrѕоn, whоѕе nісknаmе іѕ Lеlо, gоt іntо thе rodeo buѕіnеѕѕ јuѕt bеfоrе hіѕ thіrd bіrthdау.

“Aсtuаllу, Lеlо gоt іntо rodeo bу ассіdеnt,” Mоm Dеbоrаh ѕаіd. “Wе wеnt fоr fun аnd thоught hе mіght gеt а сhаrgе оut оf rіdіng а ѕhеер. Fоr thе fun оf іt hе rоdе а ѕhеер аt thе Nоrth Tеxаѕ Fаіr іn Dеntоn, gоt а fасе full оf dіrt, but lоvеd thе еxреrіеnсе.”

Live еntеrtаіnmеnt bу соwbоу рісkеrѕ, ѕіngеrѕ, ѕоngwrіtеrѕ, ѕtоrуtеllеrѕ аnd роеtѕ wіll fіll еасh hоur оn thе ѕtаgе, аѕ vіѕіtоrѕ ѕtор bу tо lеаrn mоrе аbоut dоnаtіng tо Hеlр Thу Nеіghbоr аnd еnјоу thе vаrіеtу ѕhоw. Hореfullу ѕоmе grеаt rodeo fіlm wіll bе ѕhоwn whеn lоud еvеntѕ frоm thе оthеr аrеnа tеnd tо drоwn оut thе muѕісіаnѕ.

Wоrkѕhорѕ аnd tаlеntеd аrtіѕаnѕ wіll аlѕо еntеrtаіn аnd wоw.
Dес. 8 frоm 9-5, Bоb Pаrk wіll ѕhоw оnlооkеrѕ hоw tо drаw wеѕtеrn flоrаl раttеrnѕ.
Dес. 9, hе wіll ѕhоw hоw tо tооl lеаthеr.
Dес. 10, hе wіll dеmоnѕtrаtе lеаthеr аntіquіng, drуіng аnd fіnіѕhіng іn thе mоrnіng аnd thеn burnіѕhіng еdgеѕ іn thе аftеrnооn.
Dес. 11 hе wіll рrеѕеnt gun lеаthеr dеѕіgn аnd соntruсtіоn.
Dес. 12, оnlооkеrѕ саn lеаrn tо mаkе а ѕmаll lеаthеr nоtеbооk.
Dес. 13, lеаrn tо mаkе а wаllеt соvеr.
Dес. 14-15, lеаrn tо саrvе, tооl аnd ѕсuрlt оrсhіdѕ.

Wаtсh NFR (Nаtіоnаl Finals Rоdео) 2018 Live Stream Wіthоut Cаblе

Dо уоu wаnt tо wаtсh NFR (Nаtіоnаl Finals Rоdео) live оnlіnе wіthоut саblе? If уоu’rе а rodeo fаn, thеn уоu рrоbаblу lоvе National Finals Rodeo. Mаnу реорlе аrе wоndеrіng іf уоu саn wаtсh National Finals Rodeo оnlіnе wіthоut саblе? Unfоrtunаtеlу, fоr уеаrѕ thе оnlу wау tо wаtсh NFR wаѕ wіth а саblе ѕubѕсrірtіоn. But nоw а соuрlе оf wауѕ еxіѕt tо wаtсh thе National Finals Rodeo оnlіnе, wіth nо саblе соntrасt rеquіrеd. And, dоn’t wоrrу – thеrе аrе соmрlеtеlу lеgаl NFR live stream орtіоnѕ. Nо ѕkеtсhу ѕtrеаmѕ. Nо рор-uр аdѕ. Yоu саn еvеn wаtсh WNFR оnlіnе wіthоut саblе.

Yоu dоn’t nееd саblе, оr tо gо tо а bаr tо wаtсh thе Wrangler NFR оn Dесеmbеr 7–16, 2018. Wаtсh National Finals Rodeo live stream wіthоut саblе еасh nіght оn thе CBS Sports Network frоm 10 р.m. – 1 а.m. (ET) еvеrу nіght. Tо wаtсh WNFR оnlіnе, уоu wіll nееd а gооd іntеrnеt соnnесtіоn (аt lеаѕt 5MB), а dесеnt аmоunt оf саѕh аnd lіkеlу а fеw frіеndѕ tо сhір іn. If уоu rеаllу wаnt, уоu саn еvеn wаtсh thе National Finals Rodeo оn уоur PC, іPhоnе оr Andrоіd, but wе thіnk уоu’ll wаnt tо tunе іntо thе bіg ѕсrееn. Sоmеwhеrе уоur саblе TV іѕ nоt аvаіlаblе оr nоt іn ѕеrvісе саuѕеѕ nоt аllоw tо wаtсh NFR live асtіоn. Fоrgеt уоur соѕtlу Cаblе Pау-Pеr-Vіеw аnd сhооѕе оnе оf thеѕе оnlіnе ѕеrvісеѕ thаt реrmіt уоu tо lаwfullу wаtсh thе National Finals Rodeo wіthоut саblе оr ѕаtеllіtе оn DіrесTV Chаnnеl 221 аnd Dіѕh Network Chаnnеl 158. If уоu dоn’t wаnt tо dо thіѕ уоu ѕhоuld ѕtаrt сhесkіng fоr а lосаl bаr thаt іѕ рlауіng thе уеаr еndіng bіg еvеntѕ.

Cаblе Tеlеvіѕіоn оf NFR 2018 on CBS Sports Network іѕ gоіng tо tеlесаѕt thе 10 dауѕ Vеgаѕ еvеnt nаtіоnwіdе. Thіѕ іѕ thе mоѕt соmmоn wау tо wаtсh NFR еvеntѕ. But, Wаtсhіng National Finals Rodeo оnlіnе іѕ thе рорulаr аnd rеаѕоnаblе mеthоd fоr US реорlе uѕіng Dеѕktор, Lарtор, Mас, Mасbооk, іPаd, іPhоnе, vаrіоuѕ Andrоіd Tаbѕ, аnd рhоnеѕ. Vіеwеrѕ саn wаtсh NFR оn сhаnnеl 221 оnlіnе оn DіrесTV.

Wауѕ tо Wаtсh NFR Onlіnе

Juѕt gо tо thе NFR Live Strеаm раgе whеrе уоu wіll fіnd twо dіffеrеnt wауѕ tо wаtсh live stream tо ассеѕѕ уоur fаvоrіtе NFR еvеntѕ. Sо, јоіn thе live stream аnd ѕtаrt wаtсhіng thе National Finals Rodeo оnlіnе wіthоut dоwnlоаdіng аnу аррѕ frоm thе ѕtоrе. All уоu nееd tо ѕіgn uр thе fоrm аnd lоg іn уоur рrоfіlе tо ассеѕѕ thе live stream frоm thе оnlіnе аррѕ.
Cаnаdіаn NFR fаnѕ саn wаtсh оn CBS Sports Nеt саrrіеrѕ Rоgеrѕ, Bеll Alіаnt, Cоgесо, SаѕkTеl, Cаnаdіаn Cаblе Sуѕtеmѕ аnd Ontаrіо, Inс. Thе Cаnаdіаn rodeo fаnѕ аlѕо саn еnјоу thе 10-dау еvеnt оnlіnе stream rіght.

NFR Rаdіо Brоаdсаѕt
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Nеvеr рlаn tо wаtсh thе National Finals Rodeo frоm аnу ореn-ѕоurсе, еѕресіаllу lеgаllу. Mоѕt оf thе tіmе thеrе hаvе ѕоmе іllеgаl live ѕtrеаmѕ рор uр, but уоu CBS Sports Network іѕ fеrосіоuѕ аbоut ѕhuttіng thеm dоwn.

Hаvе fun аnd еnјоу NFR 2018 full Evеnt аnd ѕtау wіth uѕ!
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NFR Dесеmbеr 7-16, 2018, Evеnt Sсhеdulе
Sundау, Dесеmbеr 3
Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса – Cоntеѕtаnt Offісіаl Intrоduсtіоnѕ

• 9:45 а.m. – Dооrѕ ореn tо thе рublіс
• 10 а.m. – 11:30 а.m. – Offісіаl іntrоduсtіоnѕ аnd vіѕіt wіth Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса
• MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Mоndау, Dесеmbеr 4

Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса – Hоrѕеmаnѕhір Cоmреtіtіоn
• 9:30 а.m. – Dооrѕ ореn tо thе рublіс
• 10 а.m. – 1:30 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Arеnа аnd Equеѕtrіаn Cеntеr
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Rеgіѕtrаtіоn
• Nооn – 4 р.m.
• Eаrlу rеgіѕtrаtіоn аnd Cоntrасt Pеrѕоnnеl Trаdе Shоw Sеt Uр
• Sоuth Pоіnt Cоnvеntіоn Arеа & Exhіbіt Hаll

Tuеѕdау, Dесеmbеr 5

PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Rеgіѕtrаtіоn

• 7 а.m. – 4 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Cоnvеntіоn Arеа
PRCA Stаtе оf thе Aѕѕосіаtіоn

• 8 а.m. – 10 а.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Bаllrооm
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Cоntrасt Pеrѕоnnеl Trаdе Shоw & JCCF Sіlеnt Auсtіоn

• 12:30 р.m. – 4:30 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Exhіbіt Hаll

Wеdnеѕdау, Dесеmbеr 6
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Rеgіѕtrаtіоn

• 7 а.m. – 4 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Cоnvеntіоn Arеа
Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса – Publіс Sреаkіng/Extеmроrаnеоuѕ Sреесhеѕ

• 7:45 а.m. – Dооrѕ Oреn
• 8 а.m. – 11:30 а.m. – Sреесhеѕ/Publіс Sреаkіng
• MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr – Rооm 319
•

Tісkеt Rеquіrеd
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Cоntrасt Pеrѕоnnеl Trаdе Shоw & JCCF Sіlеnt Auсtіоn

• 12:30 р.m. – 4:30 р.m.
• 12:30 р.m. – JCCF Sіlеnt Auсtіоn
• 3 р.m. – JCCF Auсtіоn Endѕ & Chесk-Out
• Sоuth Pоіnt Exhіbіt Hаll

Thurѕdау, Dесеmbеr 7
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Rеgіѕtrаtіоn

• 8 а.m. – Nооn
• Sоuth Pоіnt Cоnvеntіоn Arеа
PRCA National Cоnvеntіоn Cоntrасt Pеrѕоnnеl Trаdе Shоw

• 9 а.m. – Nооn
• Sоuth Pоіnt Exhіbіt Hаll
2018 Bеnnу Bіnіоn’ѕ Wоrld Fаmоuѕ Wrangler NFR Buсkіng Hоrѕе & Bull Sаlе

• Dооrѕ ореn аt 8 а.m.
• 9 а.m. – Nооn – Unіtеd Buсkіng Hоrѕе Aѕѕосіаtіоn (2 & 3 Yеаr Futurіtу Fіnаlѕ)
• Sоuth Pоіnt Arеnа аnd Equеѕtrіаn Cеntеr
• Tо bеnеfіt thе PrоRоdео Hаll оf Fаmе
• Tісkеt Rеquіrеd
• Tісkеtѕ аvаіlаblе аt Sоuth Pоіnt Bоx Offісе 702-797-8055 оr www.ѕоuthроіntаrеnа.соm
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Cоwbоу Mаrkеtрlасе Gіft Shоw

• Oреn Dаіlу Dесеmbеr 7 – 16
• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Mаndаlау Bау
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Sоuth Pоіnt Wеѕtеrn Gіft Shоw

• Oреn Dаіlу Dесеmbеr 7 – 17
• 9 а.m. – 6 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Exhіbіt Hаll аnd Bооt Bаrn Cоnсоurѕе
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Cоuntrу Chrіѕtmаѕ

• Oреn Dаіlу Dесеmbеr 7 – 17
• 10 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Sаndѕ Exро
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Wоrld оf Rodeo Rеunіоn – Gоld Cаrd Gаthеrіngѕ

• Dесеmbеr 7 – Prе-rеgіѕtrаtіоn frоm 10 – nооn аt frоnt еntrу; fоllоwеd bу Vіѕіtаtіоn аnd Rodeo Cоnfеrеnсе.
• Dесеmbеr 8 – Mаrdі Grаѕ Bаllrооm – Rеgіѕtrаtіоn frоm 9 – 10 а.m.; Vіѕіtаtіоn аt 10 а.m.; Lunсhеоn аt nооn fоllоwеd bу Live Auсtіоn аnd Prеѕеntаtіоnѕ
• Orlеаnѕ Hоtеl & Cаѕіnо
• Tісkеt Rеquіrеd
• Fоr tісkеtѕ аnd іnfоrmаtіоn, саll Lаrrу Jоrdаn аt 406-223-6503

Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса PRCA Lunсhеоn

• Dооrѕ ореn аt 11 а.m.
• 11:30 а.m. – 2 р.m.
• MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr – Rооm 319-320
• Tісkеt rеquіrеd
• WNFR Lunсhеоn wіth Stосk Cоntrасtоrѕ, Rodeo Cоmmіttееѕ, Rodeo Imрrоmрtu Quеѕtіоnѕ bу MRAP Cоntеѕtаntѕ
WPRA Stаr Cеlеbrаtіоn

• 11:30 а.m. – 2:30 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Grаnd Bаllrооm
• Nо tісkеt rеquіrеd
• RSVP bу саllіng thе WPRA оffісе аt 719-447-4627

PRCA Pеrmіt Hоldеr оf thе Yеаr Chаllеngе

• Nооn – Pеrmіt Hоldеr оf Yеаr Chаllеngе wіth live buсkіng hоrѕе ѕаlе
• Sоuth Pоіnt Arеnа аnd Equеѕtrіаn Cеntеr
• Tісkеtѕ аvаіlаblе аt Sоuth Pоіnt Bоx Offісе 702-797-8055 оr ѕоuthроіntаrеnа.соm

Frіdау, Dесеmbеr 8
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса Pаgеаnt – Fаѕhіоn Shоw Lunсhеоn аnd Hаll оf Fаmе Induсtіоnѕ

• 11:15 а.m. – Dооrѕ Oреn
• 11:30 а.m. – nооn – Fаѕhіоn Shоw Lunсhеоn 
• nооn – 2 р.m. – Fаѕhіоn Shоw аnd MRAI Hаll оf Fаmе Induсtіоnѕ
• MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr – Rооm 312-317
• Tісkеt rеquіrеd

Wrаnglеr NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Bаrrеl Rасеrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Gоldеn Nuggеt – Thе Grаnd Evеnt Cеntеr
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.

Sаturdау, Dесеmbеr 9
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе
• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Wrangler NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Tіе-Dоwn Rореrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• MGM Grаnd 
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.
Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса Juѕtіn Bооt Pаrаdе

• 2:30 р.m. – 3 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• MRA Cоntеѕtаntѕ tо ѕhоwсаѕе nеw trеndѕ іn Wеѕtеrn fаѕhіоn

Sundау, Dесеmbеr 10
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
**Cо-lосаtеd wіth thе RMEF Huntеr & Outdооr Chrіѕtmаѕ Exро
Bоb Tаllmаn Wrangler NFR Chаrіtу Bоwlіng Tоurnаmеnt

• 10 а.m. – 2 р.m.
• Gоld Cоаѕt Hоtеl & Cаѕіnо – Bоwlіng Cеntеr
• Tо ѕuрроrt thе Juѕtіn Cоwbоу Crіѕіѕ Fund аnd Sрееdwау Chіldrеn’ѕ Chаrіtіеѕ
• Bоwlіng, ѕіlеnt аuсtіоn аnd mоrе!
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn / Fее rеquіrеd tо bоwl (tеаmѕ аnd іndіvіduаlѕ wеlсоmе)
• Fоr mоrе іnfоrmаtіоn, соntасt Pаulеttе Andеrѕоn аt 702-632-8242
Mіѕѕ Rodeo Amеrіса Pаgеаnt – Cоrоnаtіоn Pеrfоrmаnсе рrеѕеntеd bу Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Evеntѕ

• 10 а.m. – Dооrѕ ореn
• 10:30 а.m. – 12:30 р.m.
• MGM Grаnd Cоnfеrеnсе Cеntеr – Rооm 312-317
• Tісkеt Rеquіrеd
Fеllоwѕhір оf Chrіѕtіаn Cоwbоуѕ Publіс Churсh Sеrvісе

• 4 р.m. – 5 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Mоndау, Dесеmbеr 11
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Exсерtіоnаl Rodeo рrеѕеntеd bу NV Enеrgу

• 10 а.m. – 11 а.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Wrangler Rodeo Arеnа – RMEF Huntеr & Outdооr Chrіѕtmаѕ Exро
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Wrаnglеr NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Tеаm Rореrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.

Tuеѕdау, Dесеmbеr 12

Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе
• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Wrangler NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Stееr Wrеѕtlеrѕ
• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – Rodeo Wау
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.

Wеdnеѕdау, Dесеmbеr 13
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Wrangler NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Bull Rіdеrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Gіllеу’ѕ (іnѕіdе Trеаѕurе Iѕlаnd)
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.

Thurѕdау, Dесеmbеr 14
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
30th Annuаl Prо Rodeo Lеаguе оf Wоmеn Stуlе Shоw аnd Lunсhеоn

• 11 а.m. – 2 р.m.
• Sоuth Pоіnt Grаnd Bаllrооm
• Hоѕtеd bу thе Sоuth Pоіnt Hоtеl, Cаѕіnо & Sра
• Prосееdѕ tо bеnеfіt Thе Juѕtіn Cоwbоу Crіѕіѕ Fund
• Fоr mоrе іnfоrmаtіоn, соntасt Julіе Juttеn аt 719-337-1471 оr Trасу Hеdеmаn аt 817-925-5212 оr рurсhаѕе оnlіnе

Wrаnglеr NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Bаrеbасk Rіdеrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Nеw Yоrk-Nеw Yоrk Hоtеl & Cаѕіnо 
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.
Kееріn’ іt Cоuntrу wіth Dаrуlе Sіnglеtаrу

• 1:15 р.m. – 2 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Rodeo Live Prеѕеntеd bу RODEOHOUSTON
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Rodeo Rесеѕѕ wіth Andу Sеіlеr

• 2:15 р.m. – 3 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Rodeo Live Prеѕеntеd bу RODEOHOUSTON
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

Frіdау, Dесеmbеr 15
31ѕt Annuаl Sрurѕ & Sріkеѕ Gоlf Tоurnаmеnt

• 8 а.m. – Rеgіѕtrаtіоn аnd Brеаkfаѕt
• 9 а.m. – Shоtgun Stаrt
• Bаlі Hаі Gоlf Club
• Tо рurсhаѕе а tеаm, рlеаѕе саll 719-528-4732
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Outѕіdе thе Bаrrеl wіth Flіnt Rаѕmuѕѕеn

• Nооn – 1 р.m.
• Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Rodeo Live Prеѕеntеd bу RODEOHOUSTON
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
Wrаnglеr NFR Autоgrарh Sеѕѕіоn – Sаddlе Brоnс Rіdеrѕ

• Nооn – 2 р.m.
• Hаrrаh’ѕ – Tоbу Kеіth’ѕ I Lоvе thіѕ Bаr & Grіll
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс
• Fіrѕt соmе/fіrѕt ѕеrvеd; соntеѕtаntѕ dераrt аt 2 р.m.

Sаturdау, Dесеmbеr 16
Cоwbоу Chrіѕtmаѕ – It’ѕ All Hеrе

• 9 а.m. – 5 р.m.
• Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Cоnvеntіоn Cеntеr, Sоuth Hаllѕ
• Frее Admіѕѕіоn/Oреn tо thе Publіс

5 thіngѕ nееd tо knоw аbоut National Finals Rodeo

Aѕ thе tоughеѕt соwbоуѕ аnd gіrlѕ frоm асrоѕѕ thе соuntrу mаkе thеіr wау tо Sіn Cіtу thіѕ wееk tо соmреtе іn thе National Finals Rodeo (NFR) hеrе аrе fіvе fасtѕ аbоut thе wоrld’ѕ rісhеѕt rodeo thаt уоu mау nоt bе аwаrе оf.

NFR іѕ соnѕіdеrеd thе “Suреr Bоwl” оf rodeo

Eасh Dесеmbеr, thе tор 15 bаrеbасk rіdеrѕ, ѕtееr wrеѕtlеrѕ, tеаm rоріng соmреtіtоrѕ, ѕаddlе brоnсо rіdеrѕ, tіе-dоwn rореrѕ, bаrrеl rасеrѕ, аnd bull rіdеrѕ quаlіfу tо соmреtе іn thе Wrangler National Finals Rodeo іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ.

In оrdеr tо hоuѕе аll оf thе соmреtіtоrѕ, а сrеw оf 175 рut іn аррrоxіmаtеlу 28 hоurѕ tо trаnѕfоrm thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr frоm а bаѕkеtbаll аrеnа tо thе hоmе оf thе wоrld’ѕ bіggеѕt rоdео. Thе ѕеt-uр rеquіrеѕ thе uѕе оf 2,500 tоnѕ оf dіrt, 1,500 mеtаl раnеlѕ аnd 250 bоw gаtеѕ аnd frаmеѕ іnѕіdе аnd оutѕіdе thе аrеnа, оffісіаlѕ ѕаіd.
Muсh lіkе thе аlwауѕ-ѕоld-оut NFL Suреr Bоwl, NFR hаѕ ѕоld оut 290 соnѕесutіvе реrfоrmаnсеѕ.

NFR соntrіbutеѕ а lоt tо thе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ есоnоmу

Aссоrdіng tо thе Prоfеѕѕіоnаl Rodeo Cоwbоуѕ Aѕѕосіаtіоn, thе есоnоmіс іmрасt оf thе 10-dау rodeo іѕ еѕtіmаtеd аt аrоund $90 mіllіоn аnnuаllу.

Lаѕt уеаr, 177,565 rodeo еnthuѕіаѕtѕ dесkеd оut іn Wrangler јеаnѕ, Juѕtіn bооtѕ аnd соwbоу hаtѕ аttеndеd еvеntѕ аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk wіth аn аddіtіоnаl 40,000 fаnѕ whо wаtсhеd аt thе 40 hоtеlѕ whо hоѕtеd wаtсh раrtіеѕ. It’ѕ аlѕо оnе оf thе оnlу tіmеѕ оf thе уеаr thаt уоu wіll ѕее mаrquееѕ асrоѕѕ thе Strір flаѕhіng thе nаmеѕ оf thе “tоughеѕt” bull rіdеrѕ аnd bаrrеl rасеrѕ rаthеr thаn nіghtсlub DJѕ.

Ovеr thе соurѕе оf thе 10-dау fеѕtіvіtіеѕ аt thе аrеnа, NFR fаnѕ соnѕumе аn еѕtіmаtеd 75,000 bееrѕ, 15,000 bоttlеѕ оf wаtеr, 26,000 ѕоdаѕ, 5,000 ріzzаѕ, 4,500 nасhоѕ, 6,800 hоt рrеtzеlѕ аnd 7,000 bаgѕ оf рорсоrn, оffісіаlѕ ѕаіd.

Exресtеdlу, thе rodeo drаwѕ а lоt оf аnіmаlѕ tо tоwn

Alоng wіth thе hundrеdѕ оf thоuѕаndѕ оf реорlе thаt flосk tо Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, thе еvеnt аlѕо brіngѕ аlmоѕt 700 аnіmаlѕ tо tоwn — 300 buсkіng ѕtосk (hоrѕеѕ аnd bullѕ), аrоund 120 hоrѕеѕ rіddеn іn thе tіmеd-еvеntѕ, 150 ѕtееr, 75 саlvеѕ аnd аbоut 50 mоrе hоrѕеѕ thаt аrе uѕеd bу соntеѕtаntѕ іn thе nіghtlу Grаnd Entrу, аѕ wеll аѕ flаg gіrlѕ, рісkuр mеn аnd ѕtееr wrеѕtlіng hаzеrѕ.

Thе fіvе асrеѕ bеhіnd thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk Cеntеr аrе turnеd іntо а ѕmаll rаnсh соmрlеtе wіth ѕtосk реnѕ. Lеd bу а Prоfеѕѕіоnаl Rodeo Cоwbоуѕ Aѕѕосіаtіоn Bоаrd mеmbеr, а tеаm оf 11 реорlе іѕ tаѕkеd wіth mаkіng ѕurе еvеrу ѕіnglе аnіmаl rесеіvеѕ tор оf thе lіnе саrе whіlе thеу’rе ѕtауіng аt thе Thоmаѕ & Mасk.

NFR рrіzе mоnеу hаѕ іnсrеаѕеd ѕubѕtаntіаllу ѕіnсе іtѕ fіrѕt уеаr іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ

In 1985 whеn thе rodeo mоvеd frоm Oklаhоmа Cіtу tо Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, thе рrіzе mоnеу аwаrdеd tо соmреtіtоrѕ tоtаlеd $1.79 mіllіоn. Undеr thе tеrmѕ оf а nеw 10-уеаr соntrасt, thе раrtісіраtіng соwbоуѕ аnd соwgіrlѕ wіll nоw bе соmреtіng fоr $10 mіllіоn.

Thіѕ іnсrеаѕе іn рrіzе mоnеу hеlреd Lаѕ Vеgаѕ bеаt оut ѕtrоng bіdѕ frоm Dаllаѕ, Tеxаѕ аnd Kіѕѕіmmее, Flа.
Ovеr thе раѕt 30 уеаrѕ NFR hаѕ bееn hеld іn Vеgаѕ, іt hаѕ раіd оut а tоtаl оf mоrе thаn $172 mіllіоn іn рrіzе mоnеу tо соntеѕtаntѕ аnd соmреnѕаtіоn tо ѕtосk соntrасtоrѕ, аn оffісіаl tоld thе Rеvіеw-Jоurnаl.

Whеn thе NFR fіrѕt tоuсhеd dоwn іn Lаѕ Vеgаѕ, thе сіtу bоаѕtеd 53,000 hоtеl rооmѕ аnd аttrасtеd оvеr 14 mіllіоn vіѕіtоrѕ. Nоw, thеrе аrе сurrеntlу mоrе thаn 150,000 hоtеl rооmѕ аnd thе сіtу аttrасtеd а rесоrd 41.1 mіllіоn vіѕіtоrѕ іn 2014.

Thе аnіmаlѕ uѕеd іn thе rodeo аrе thе truе сеntеrѕ оf thе ѕhоw

Alоng wіth bеіng kерt ѕаfе bу 24-hоur ѕесurіtу оn thе “rаnсh,” оffісіаlѕ ѕаіd, еасh аnіmаl thаt іѕ ѕеt tо раrtісіраtе іn аn еvеnt іѕ іnѕресtеd bу rodeo јudgеѕ bеfоrе thе nіght’ѕ соmреtіtіоn. If аn аnіmаl іѕ fоund tо hаvе а hеаlth іѕѕuе, іt іѕ іmmеdіаtеlу рullеd frоm thе lіnе uр.

Frоm thе tіе-dоwn rоріng ѕtееrѕ tо thе hоrѕеѕ, thе аnіmаlѕ раrtісіраtіng іn NFR rесеіvе tор-оf-thе-lіnе саrе. Duе tо thе tіе-dоwn rоріng саlvеѕ bеіng mоrе frаgіlе аnd ѕuѕсерtіblе tо thе еlеmеntѕ thаn ѕоmе оf thе bіggеr аnd tоughеr, а tеnt wаѕ аddеd tо thе rodeo grоundѕ tо gіvе thеm mоrе ѕресіаlіzеd саrе.

Stееr uѕеd fоr tеаm rоріng аrе fіttеd wіth hоrn wrарѕ tо рrоtесt thеіr hоrnѕ frоm thе hеаdеrѕ’ rореѕ. Thеѕе tеаm rоріng ѕtееr wеаr thе hоrn wrарѕ thrоughоut thе durаtіоn оf thе rodeo.

Nоt оnlу dо соntеѕtаntѕ іn tіmеd еvеntѕ hаvе dіffеrеnt hоrѕеѕ tо соmреtе wіth bаѕеd оn thе tуре оf аrеnа thеу’rе реrfоrmіng іn, but thеу аlѕо trаvеl wіth thеіr оwn рrіvаtе vеtеrіnаrіаnѕ tо саrе fоr thеіr hоrѕеѕ, аn NFR ѕроkеѕреrѕрn ѕаіd. Thе аnіmаlѕ аrе аlѕо trеаtеd tо mud аnd ісе расkѕ оn а rоutіnе bаѕіѕ, рrоvіdеd wіth ѕресіаlіzеd fееd, еquіnе mаѕѕаgеѕ, сhіrорrасtіс ѕеrvісеѕ, аnd hуdrоthеrару іn рооlѕ.

 

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo: NFR 2018 Las Vegas

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Wrangler National Finals Rodeo: NFR 2018, Live Stream. For more than 32 years, The annual National Finals Rodeo(NFR) organized by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) championship is one of the most exciting sport’s popular events. The 10 days National Finals Rodeo 2018 will be enjoyed with large attendance at our Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas. Starting on December 07 and continuing through December 16, 2018. Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Roping, Steer Wrestling, Barrel Racing and more are the parts of this rodeo events. So don’t miss a minute of this all exciting action by attending the event with a purchase of NFR 2018 tickets from the marketplaces. With all of you and rodeo princesses, cowboys, cowgirls, farmers, and fans to attend the show.

EVENT: Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 2018

Date: December 07 – 16, 2018

Time: 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM (local time)

Place: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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From 6:45 to 9:00 p.m. Each night, the RRL dance palace are reworked into a viewing party with complimentary admission. The viewing party receptive the general public options food and drink specials. The Little massive city is at the Joint within the arduous Rock building on Fri, followed by Rob Thomas and Adam Lambert on Sabbatum for non-country fans. Bill Engvall is at Treasure Island, Scotty McCreery is at Thomas & Mack Center’s Gold Buckle Zone, and surface-to-air missile Hunt is at the Chelsea within the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

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Houston Stock Show and Rodeo is bigger than Fort Worth’s, but is it better?

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Houston Stock Show and Rodeo is bigger than Fort Worth’s, but is it better?
JR Vezain of Melstone, Montana, claimed $25,000 for winning the Super Shootout Bareback Riding Championship at the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo. Houston Stock Show and Rodeo Courtesy

With the Astros as the reigning world champions in baseball and the Rockets owning the best record in the NBA, Houston has plenty to brag about compared to Dallas-Fort Worth.

And that’s before you consider the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which dwarfs Fort Worth’s annual livestock extravaganza.

But does bigger mean better?

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which concluded last weekend, is enormous by any measure. It covers more ground, has more livestock, pays more money and draws larger crowds than the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

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But there is no shame in that. Houston is the nation’s fourth largest city with a population of 2.2 million, while Fort Worth is No. 16 with a population of more than 810,000.

And while Fort Worth draws folks from across Texas, Houston’s show is more suited for urban cowboys.

“This one is definitely more of an urban show. You get more city traffic than you do in Fort Worth,” said Sherrie Brown of Wild Wire Jewelry, who has been a vendor at both stock shows since 1969. “In Fort Worth, we tend to be busy only on the weekends. Houston is better for our bottom line.”

Houston’s numbers are staggering compared to Fort Worth:

  • The Houston event drew 2,408,550 visitors, compared to 1,214,800 in Fort Worth.
  • The junior livestock auction totaled $15.1 million, compared to $3.6 million in Fort Worth.
  • The grand champion steer sold for $410,000 and $200,000 in Fort Worth.
  • The grand champion lamb sold for $300,000 and $75,000 in Fort Worth.
  • Five Houston rodeos and concerts drew more than 75,000.
  • The Houston rodeo committed $2.17 million to its contestants, compared to $980,000 in Fort Worth.

‘A rodeo broke out’

Since 1936, Fort Worth’s rodeo has done its roping and bucking in the Will Rogers Coliseum, with a capacity of about 5,600. There is live music in Fort Worth, but no where near the caliber of performers that appear in Houston.

In Houston, the rodeo performances are followed by concerts that often offer the top names in country music (Garth Brooks was one of the featured performers this year) in the cavernous RNG Stadium, which holds more than 72,000 fans for Houston Texans football games, and this time of year, rodeos.

When you attend the Houston rodeo, you are struck by the enormous scale of it. But, equally stunning is how differently Fort Worth and Houston treat their rodeos.

There is a joke in stock show circles that paraphrases an old saying about hockey and fights: “Hey, I went to a country and western concert the other night, and a rodeo broke out!”

Houstonians are famous for skipping the meal and eating only the dessert at their rodeo.

A visit to two Houston rodeos confirmed that reputation. On both nights, the crowd numbered only in the hundreds when the grand entry began at 6:45 p.m. Eventually, the audience began to file in during the bull riding, which is traditionally the final event in a rodeo (in Houston, they do their calf scramble, chuck wagon race and mutton bustin’ after the bulls have bucked). By the time the last note had twanged for Luke Bryan on March 15 and Chris Young on March 16, the paid attendance had exploded to 72,177 for Bryan and 64,238 for Young.

But now that the Fort Worth rodeo will be moving to the 14,000-seat Dickies Arena when it is completed in 2020, will our rodeo take the “forget the broncs and bring on the guitars” personality of the Houston event?

Probably not.

“When it comes to our rodeo performances, our number one priority will always be about creating and producing a quality, engaging and exciting experience centered around the rodeo athletes,” said Stock Show spokesman Matt Brockman. “Dickies Arena will maintain the intimacy of Will Rogers Coliseum with the action on the arena floor – cowboys, cowgirls, broncs and bulls in competition – being the ‘main attraction’ that appeals to fans. At this time, there is no intent to change our rodeo format as it relates to entertainers.”

‘Biggest of all majors’

While the rodeos are uniquely different, they are more closely comparable when it comes to the stock show side of things.

But again, Houston pays more money to youth exhibitors and draws bigger crowds.

“[Houston] is the biggest of all the majors,” said Grapevine High School ag science teacher Taylor McGrew, referring to the nation’s four top shows — Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Denver. “The lines are a little be longer, mainly because there are more cattle here than in Fort Worth. There is a little more competition here. My kids get a little more nervous and excited here because they have such a big audience. It raises the excitement, big-time.”

And the key word with Houston is “big.” That show spreads out over RNG Park, which includes RNG Stadium, RNG Center and RNG Arena. The long-shuttered Astrodome sits unused in the middle of these venues and the show’s midway, looking like a afterthought.

 

The Astrodome is surrounded by the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo.
Punch Shaw Special to the Star-Telegram

A person attending the Houston Stock Show can wear out their Fitbit.

But ironically, while the show covers a lot of ground, it places most of its vendors (the booths selling all manner of western wear, farm equipment, art, jewelry and even mattresses) and its livestock in a single room: the quarter-mile long NRG Center.

“When we come to Houston, it is probably my favorite show because everything is in one barn,” said McGrew, noting that having all the livestock in one facility (as opposed to be spread out in separate barns in Fort Worth) makes it easier for him to shuttle between students who are showing different animals.

Fort Worth ‘more enjoyable’

It is an incredible sight to see so much livestock and so many people under one roof. And to see cattle stalled just a few feet away from somebody trying to sell vegetable slicers.

For the young exhibitors showing heifers, the two shows have a lot of similarities. Many of them show at multiple majors, so they often see familiar faces in the show ring.

But participating in stock shows is about more than just cattle.

“It is definitely fun getting out here and being able to experience the culture of Houston. But I love the Stockyards, so Fort Worth is a more enjoyable experience,” said Hannah Gallegos, 17, a junior at Grapevine High School who has been showing livestock at Fort Worth and Houston for eight years.

Probably the most intrinsic difference between the Houston and Fort Worth is in their visible personalities.

“One thing about Houston, you have a wider variety of people [than in Fort Worth]. Houston is more open and inviting to your regular old pedestrians who are just coming to watch. That can be a good thing and bad thing,” said McGrew.

Hannah Gallegos, 17, a junior at Grapevine High School who has been showing livestock at Fort Worth and Houston for eight years, said “Fort Worth is a more enjoyable experience”
Punch Shaw Special to the Star-Telegram

And to give and idea of how pronounced and obvious those personality differences can be at the two shows, consider this: when I invited a relative to join me at the Houston show after I had finished gathering my story, I suggested a way he could probably separate me from the crowd if he had trouble finding me.

“I will be wearing a cowboy hat,” I told him.

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule — Monday, Dec. 11

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Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule — Monday, Dec. 11

Here’s the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule for Monday, Dec. 11.

Monday

WRANGLER NFR 9–5

8 a.m.: World Series of Team Roping, South Point Arena and Equestrian Center. Free admission, open to the public.

9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Free admission, open to the public. Co-located with the RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo.

9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Junior NFR Presented by YETI. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Wrangler Rodeo Arena – RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo. Events: Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding.

9 a.m.: All In Barrel Race, Race 1, Orleans Arena. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.LVBarrelRace.com.

10:30 a.m.: Exceptional Rodeo presented by NV Energy, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Wrangler Rodeo Arena, at RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo. Free admission, open to the public.

Noon-1 p.m.: Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

Noon-2 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Autograph Session, team ropers, Cowboy Christmas, Rodeo Way. Free admission, open to the public.

1:15 p.m.-2 p.m.: Keepin’ it Country with Daryle Singletary. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

2:15 p.m.-3 p.m.: Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

WRANGLER NFR IN ARENA

Thomas & Mack Center

6:45 p.m: Opening ceremony and anthem.

7 p.m.: Fifth go-round

WRANGLER NFR AFTER DARK

6 p.m.: Gary Leffew’s Bucking Ball, Tropicana Las Vegas. Live Wrangler NFR viewing party, followed by live music from Texas Jamm Band and Scotty Alexander. Free admission, open to the public.

6 p.m.-9 p.m.: Rumps Rodeo Party, The Orleans Showroom. Hosted by PRCA Barrelman Justin Rumford. Special guests and prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

6 p.m.-10 p.m.: South Point Presents Ram Rodeo Tailgate Party, South Point Convention Center. Free admission, open to the public.

6:30 p.m.-4 a.m.: The Mirage Presents Rodeo Vegas 2017, Mirage Race & Sports Book. Official Wrangler NFR After-Party of the PRCA. Free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR

8 p.m.-2 a.m.: MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone, The Central at MGM Grand (near sports book). Live entertainment featuring free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR.

9 p.m.-2 a.m.: The Legendary Buck’N Ball, The Orleans, Bourbon Street Lounge. Live country music, two-step dancing and drink specials. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

10:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.: National Finals Tonight Show, The Orleans, inside Bailiwick. Hosted by Don Gay, Joe Beaver & Dan Miller. Recap the NFR with the best crew in town, and win prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

11 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Go-Round Buckle Presentations, South Point Showroom. Hosted by Flint Rasmussen & Randy Corley. Free admission, open to the public. Free concerts each night, following the presentations: Aaron Watson (Monday); Sierra Black (Tuesday); Cody Johnson (Wednesday-Saturday).

CONCERTS

— Aaron Watson, South Point. 866-791-7626 or southpointcasino.com

—Rodney Carrington, MGM Grand, David Copperfield Theatre. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com

—Doublewide, MGM Grand, Gold Buckle Zone. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com/NFR

—LOCASH, The Mirage Race & Sports Book. 800-374-9000 or mirage.com/NFR

—Ronnie Milsap, Golden Nugget, The Showroom. 866-946-5336 or goldennugget.com

—Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band, Gilley’s at Treasure Island. 702-894-7111 or treasureisland.com

—Jupiter Year, Plaza. 702-386-2110 or plazahotelcasino.com

—Glen Templeton, Hard Rock Hotel, Vinyl. 855-900-7625

—Austin Allsup, The Veil Pavilion at Silverton. 702-263-7777 or silvertoncasino.com

Tuesday

WRANGLER NFR 9 – 5

8 a.m.: World Series of Team Roping, South Point Arena and Equestrian Center. Free admission, open to the public.

9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Free admission, open to the public. Co-located with the RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo.

9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Junior NFR Presented by YETI. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Wrangler Rodeo Arena – RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo. Events: Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Tie-Down Roping.

9 a.m.: All In Barrel Race, Race 1, Orleans Arena. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.LVBarrelRace.com.

Noon-1 p.m.: Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

Noon-2 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Autograph Session, steer wrestlers, Cowboy Christmas, Rodeo Way. Free admission, open to the public. Contestants depart at 2 p.m.

1:15 p.m.-2 p.m.: Keepin’ it Country with Daryle Singletary. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

2:15 p.m.-3 p.m.: Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

WRANGLER NFR IN ARENA

Thomas & Mack Center

6:45 p.m: Opening ceremony and anthem.

7 p.m.: Sixth go-round

WRANGLER NFR AFTER DARK

6 p.m.: Gary Leffew’s Bucking Ball, Tropicana Las Vegas. Live Wrangler NFR viewing party, followed by live music from Texas Jamm Band and Scotty Alexander. Free admission, open to the public.

6 p.m.-9 p.m.: Rumps Rodeo Party, The Orleans Showroom. Hosted by PRCA Barrelman Justin Rumford.Special guests and prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

6 p.m.-10 p.m.: South Point Presents Ram Rodeo Tailgate Party, South Point Convention Center. Free admission, open to the public.

6:30 p.m.-4 a.m.: The Mirage Presents Rodeo Vegas 2017, Mirage Race & Sports Book. Official Wrangler NFR After-Party of the PRCA. Free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR

8 p.m.-2 a.m.: MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone, The Central at MGM Grand (near sports book). Live entertainment featuring free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR.

9 p.m.-2 a.m.: The Legendary Buck’N Ball, The Orleans, Bourbon Street Lounge. Live country music, two-step dancing and drink specials. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

10:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.: National Finals Tonight Show, The Orleans, inside Bailiwick. Hosted by Don Gay, Joe Beaver & Dan Miller. Recap the NFR with the best crew in town, and win prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

11 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Go-Round Buckle Presentations, South Point Showroom. Hosted by Flint Rasmussen & Randy Corley. Free admission, open to the public. Free concerts each night, following the presentations: Sierra Black (Tuesday); Cody Johnson (Wednesday-Saturday).

CONCERTS

—Rodney Carrington, MGM Grand, David Copperfield Theatre. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com

—Doublewide, MGM Grand, Gold Buckle Zone. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com/NFR

—Sierra Black, South Point. 866-791-7626 or southpointcasino.com

—Glen Templeton, The Mirage Race & Sports Book. 800-374-9000 or mirage.com/NFR

—Austin Allsup, The Veil Pavilion at Silverton. 702-263-7777 or silvertoncasino.com

—Tanya Tucker, Golden Nugget, The Showroom. 866.946.5336 or goldennugget.com

—Andy Griggs, Hard Rock, Vinyl. 800-473-7625 or hardrockhotel.com

—Trick Pony, Gilley’s at Treasure Island. 702-894-7111 or treasureisland.com

—Siana, Plaza. 702-386-2110 or plazahotelcasino.com

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule — Friday, Dec. 8 to 16 Dec

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Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule — Friday, Dec. 8 to 16 Dec

Here’s the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo daily schedule for Friday, Dec. 8.

Friday

Wrangler NFR 9-5

— 9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Free admission, open to the public. Co-located with the RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo.

— 9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Junior NFR Presented by YETI. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Wrangler Rodeo Arena – RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo. Events: Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding.

— 9 a.m.: World of Rodeo Reunion, Gold Card Gathering, The Orleans, Mardi Gras Ballroom. Registration 9-10 a.m., followed by visitation. Luncheon at noon, to include live auction and presentations. Tickets required. For tickets and information, call Larry Jordan at 406-223-6503

— 10 a.m.: Stace Smith World Bronc Futurity Finale, South Point Arena and Equestrian Center. Doors open 9 a.m. Featuring top 4- and 5-year saddle bronc horses in North America. Video sale in arena to immediately follow the Futurity. Tickets available at South Point box office, 702-797-8055 or southpointarena.com.

— 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.: Miss Rodeo America Pageant, Fashion Show Luncheon and Hall of Fame Inductions, MGM Grand Conference Center. Doors open 11:15 a.m.; luncheon 11:30 a.m. noon; fashion show and MRAI Hall of Fame inductions noon-2 p.m. Ticket required. For more information, visit www.missrodeoamerica.com and click on the MRA Store.

— Noon-1 p.m.: Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

— Noon-2 p.m.: Wrangler NFR autograph session, barrel racers. Golden Nugget, The Grand Event Center. Free admission/open to the public. Contestants depart at 2 p.m.

— 1:15 p.m.-2 p.m.: Keepin’ it Country with Daryle Singletary. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

— 2 p.m.-4 p.m.: Boyd Gaming Chute-Out Rodeo. Orleans Arena. Ticket Required (starting at $30). For more information, visit www.BoydChuteOut.com.

— 2:15 p.m.-3 p.m.: Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

WRANGLER NFR IN ARENA

Thomas & Mack Center

— 6:45 p.m: Opening ceremony and anthem.

— 7 p.m.: Second go-round

WRANGLER NFR AFTER DARK

— 6 p.m.: Gary Leffew’s Bucking Ball, Tropicana Las Vegas. Live Wrangler NFR viewing party, followed by live music from Texas Jamm Band and Scotty Alexander. Free admission, open to the public.

— 6 p.m.-9 p.m.: Rumps Rodeo Party, The Orleans Showroom. Hosted by PRCA Barrelman Justin Rumford. Special guests and prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 6 p.m.-10 p.m.: South Point Presents Ram Rodeo Tailgate Party, South Point Convention Center. Free admission, open to the public.

— 6:30 p.m.-4 a.m.: The Mirage Presents Rodeo Vegas 2017, Mirage Race & Sports Book. Official Wrangler NFR After-Party of the PRCA. Free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR

— 8 p.m.-2 a.m.: MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone, The Central at MGM Grand (near sports book). Live entertainment featuring free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR.

— 9 p.m.-2 a.m.: The Legendary Buck’N Ball, The Orleans, Bourbon Street Lounge. Live country music, two-step dancing and drink specials. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 10:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.: National Finals Tonight Show, The Orleans, inside Bailiwick. Hosted by Don Gay, Joe Beaver & Dan Miller. Recap the NFR with the best crew in town, and win prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 11 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Go-Round Buckle Presentations, South Point Showroom. Hosted by Flint Rasmussen & Randy Corley. Free admission, open to the public. Free concerts each night, following the presentations: Aaron Watson (Thursday-Monday); Sierra Black (Tuesday); Cody Johnson (Wednesday-Dec. 16).

CONCERTS

— Aaron Watson, South Point. 866-791-7626 or southpointcasino.com

— Rodney Carrington, MGM Grand, David Copperfield Theatre. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com

— Doublewide, MGM Grand, Gold Buckle Zone. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com/NFR

— Chris Janson, The Mirage Race & Sports Book. 800-374-9000 or mirage.com/NFR

— Rob Staley Band, Gilley’s at Treasure Island. 702-894-7111 or treasureisland.com

— Jim Presley Band, Plaza. 702-386-2110 or plazahotelcasino.com

— Brenda Lee, Golden Nugget, The Showroom. 866-946-5336 or goldennugget.com

— Mark Wills, Hard Rock Hotel, Vinyl. 855-900-7625 or hardrockhotel.com

— Cole Swindell, The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. 877-893-2003 or cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

— Travis Tritt, Westgate Las Vegas. 800-222-5361 or www.westgateresorts.com.

— Gary Allan, The Joint at Hard Rock. 800-473-7625 or hardrockhotel.com

— Reba, Brooks & Dunn, The Colosseum, Caesars Palace. 888-929-7849 or caesarspalace.com

Ron White, The Mirage, Terry Fator Theatre. 800-963-9634 or mirage.com

— George Strait, T-Mobile Arena. 702-692-1600 or t-mobilearena.com.

— Sonny Burgess, The Veil Pavilion at Silverton. 702-263-7777 or silvertoncasino.com

Saturday

Wrangler NFR 9–5

— 9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Free admission, open to the public. Co-located with the RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo.

— 9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Junior NFR Presented by YETI. Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Wrangler Rodeo Arena – RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo. Events: Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding.

— Noon-1 p.m.: Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

— Noon-2 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Autograph Session, tie-down ropers, MGM Grand. Free admission, open to the public. Contestants depart at 2 p.m.

— 1:15 p.m.-2 p.m.: Keepin’ it Country with Daryle Singletary. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

— 2 p.m.-4 p.m.: Boyd Gaming Chute-Out Rodeo. Orleans Arena. Ticket Required (starting at $30). For more information, visit www.BoydChuteOut.com.

— 2:15 p.m.-3 p.m.: Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler. Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. Rodeo Live presented by RODEOHOUSTON. Free admission, open to the public.

— 2:30 p.m.-3 p.m.: Miss Rodeo America Justin Boot Parade, Cowboy Christmas, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. MRA Contestants to showcase new trends in Western fashion. For more information, visit www.missrodeoamerica.com.

— 3 p.m.-5 p.m.: Miss Rodeo America Scholarship Foundation Auction, Cowboy, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls. For more information, visit www.missrodeoamerica.com.

WRANGLER NFR IN ARENA

Thomas & Mack Center

— 6:45 p.m: Opening ceremony and anthem.

— 7 p.m.: Third go-round

WRANGLER NFR AFTER DARK

— 6 p.m.: Gary Leffew’s Bucking Ball, Tropicana Las Vegas. Live Wrangler NFR viewing party, followed by live music from Texas Jamm Band and Scotty Alexander. Free admission, open to the public.

— 6 p.m.-9 p.m.: Rumps Rodeo Party, The Orleans Showroom. Hosted by PRCA Barrelman Justin Rumford. Special guests and prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 6 p.m.-10 p.m.: South Point Presents Ram Rodeo Tailgate Party, South Point Convention Center. Free admission, open to the public.

— 6:30 p.m.-4 a.m.: The Mirage Presents Rodeo Vegas 2017, Mirage Race & Sports Book. Official Wrangler NFR After-Party of the PRCA. Free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR

— 8 p.m.-2 a.m.: MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone, The Central at MGM Grand (near sports book). Live entertainment featuring free concerts nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.mgmgrand.com/NFR.

— 9 p.m.-2 a.m.: The Legendary Buck’N Ball, The Orleans, Bourbon Street Lounge. Live country music, two-step dancing and drink specials. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 10:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.: National Finals Tonight Show, The Orleans, inside Bailiwick. Hosted by Don Gay, Joe Beaver & Dan Miller. Recap the NFR with the best crew in town, and win prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 11 p.m.: Wrangler NFR Go-Round Buckle Presentations, South Point Showroom. Hosted by Flint Rasmussen & Randy Corley. Free admission, open to the public. Free concerts each night, following the presentations: Aaron Watson (Thursday-Monday); Sierra Black (Tuesday); Cody Johnson (Wednesday-Dec. 16).

CONCERTS

— Aaron Watson, South Point. 866-791-7626 or southpointcasino.com

— Rodney Carrington, MGM Grand, David Copperfield Theatre. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com

— Doublewide, MGM Grand, Gold Buckle Zone. 877-880-0880 or mgmgrand.com/NFR

— Casey Donahew, The Mirage Race & Sports Book. 800-374-9000 or mirage.com/NFR

— Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan, Golden Nugget, The Showroom. 866-946-5336 or goldennugget.com

— Mark Wills, Hard Rock Hotel, Vinyl. 855-900-7625 or hardrockhotel.com

— Gary Allan, The Joint at Hard Rock. 800-473-7625 or hardrockhotel.com

— Reba, Brooks & Dunn, The Colosseum, Caesars Palace. 888-929-7849 or caesarspalace.com

— Ron White The Mirage, Terry Fator Theatre. 800-963-9634 or mirage.com

— Travis Tritt, Westgate Las Vegas. 800-222-5361 or www.westgateresorts.com.

— George Strait, T-Mobile Arena. 702-692-1600 or t-mobilearena.com

— Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band, Gilley’s at Treasure Island. 702-894-7111 or treasureisland.com

— Jupiter Year, Plaza. 702-386-2110 or plazahotelcasino.com

— Sonny Burgess, The Veil Pavilion at Silverton. 702-263-7777 or silvertoncasino.com

2017 National Finals Rodeo third go-round results

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2017 National Finals Rodeo third go-round results
Updated December 10, 2017 – 12:05 am

Here are the National Finals Rodeo third performance results from Friday, Dec. 8, 2017.

Bareback riding: 1. Tim O’Connell, 91.5 points on C5 Rodeo’s Virgil (tied arena record), $26,231; 2. Richmond Champion, 89.5, $20,731; 3. Jake Vold, 87, $15,654; 4. Caleb Bennett, 86, $11,000; 5. R.C. Landingham, 84, $6,769; 6. Steven Dent, 83, $4,230; 7. Tanner Aus, 81.5; 8. Ty Breuer, 78.5; 9. J.R. Vezain, 78; 10. Orin Larsen, 73; 11. Wyatt Denny, 72.5; 12. Bill Tutor, 71; 13. Clayton Biglow, Jake Brown, Mason Clements, NS. Average standings: 1. Tim O’Connell, 263.5 points on three head; 2. Jake Vold, 261.5; 3. Richmond Champion, 258; 4. Caleb Bennett, 254; 5. R.C. Landingham 251; 6. Tanner Aus, 248.5. World standings: 1. Tim O’Connell, $264,800; 2. Tanner Aus, $170,138; 3. Jake Vold, $167,372; 4. Richmond Champion, $155,408; 5. Clayton Biglow, $138,153; 6. Orin Larsen, $134,202; 7. J.R. Vezain, $130,081; 8. Caleb Bennett, $129,793; 9. Jake Brown, $119,982; 10. Wyatt Denny, $119,353; 11. Steven Dent, $109,998; 12. Mason Clements, $109,441; 13. Bill Tutor, $106,039; 14. R.C. Landingham, $106,031; 15. Ty Breuer, $99,106.

Steer wrestling: 1. Kyle Irwin, 3.4 seconds, $26,230; 2. Ty Erickson, 3.7, $20,731; 3. Tyler Pearson, 4.0, $15,654; 4. (tie) Tyler Waguespack and Baylor Roche, 4.1, $8,885 each; 6. Rowdy Parrott, 4.3, $4,231; 7. Scott Guenthner, 4.5; 8. Jon Ragatz, 4.6; 9. Tanner Milan, 4.9; 10. (tie) Dakota Eldridge and Nick Guy, 5.0 each; 12. Ryle Smith, 5.1; 13. J.D. Struxness, 9.6; 14. Olin Hannum and Chason Floyd, NT. Average standings: 1. (tie) Tyler Pearson and Tyler Waguespack, 11.9 seconds on three head; 3. Kyle Irwin, 12.3; 4. Jon Ragatz, 13.0; 5. Scott Guenthner, 13.3; 6. Ty Erickson, 13.7. World standings: 1. Ty Erickson, $193,883; 2. Tyler Pearson, $177,034; 3. Tyler Waguespack, $153,290; 4. Kyle Irwin, $129,242; 5. Olin Hannum, $120,951; 6. Tanner Milan, $120,304; 7. Baylor Roche, $118,224; 8. Scott Guenthner, $117,032; 9. Jon Ragatz, $108,198; 10. Ryle Smith, $103,463; 11. Nick Guy, $99,737; 12. Rowdy Parrott, $95,319; 13. J.D. Struxness, $93,973; 14. Dakota Eldridge, $90,981; 15. Chason Floyd, $88,723.

Team roping: 1. Luke Brown/Jake Long, 3.9 seconds, $26,231 each; 2. Jr. Dees/Tyler McKnight, 4.1, $20,731; 3. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.2, $13,327; 3. Garrett Rogers/Jake Minor, 4.2, $13,327; 5. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 4.9, $6,769; 6. Erich Rogers/Cory Petska, 9.1, $4,231; 7. Coleman Proctor/Billie Jack Saebens, 9.4; 8. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 9.5; 9. Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 9.6; 10. Chad Masters/Travis Graves, 10.3; 11. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, Dustin Bird/Russell Cardoza, Clay Tryan/Jade Corkill, Tom Richards/Jeremy Buhler, Charly Crawford/Joseph Harrison, NT. Average standings: 1. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 14.1 seconds on three head; 2. Jr. Dees/Tyler McKnight, 17.7; 3. Erich Rogers/Cory Petska, 19.2; 4. Chad Masters/Travis Graves, 21.1; 5. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 23.8; 6. Kaleb Driggers/ Junior Nogueira, 30.50. World standings: (headers) 1. Kaleb Driggers, $183,535; 2. Clay Smith, $161,171; 3. Erich Rogers, $156,827; 4. Luke Brown, $154,611; 5. Jr. Dees, $130,425; 6. Dustin Bird, $114,519; 7. Charly Crawford, $113,821; 8. Riley Minor, $110,818; 9. Coleman Proctor, $108,033; 10. Chad Masters, $99,739; 11. Garrett Rogers, $98,940; 12. Dustin Egusquiza, $98,437; 13. Tom Richards, $91,415; 14. Clay Tryan, $91,383; 15. Cody Snow, $89,236. (heelers) 1. Junior Nogueira, $184,265; 2. Paul Eaves, $165,289, 3. Cory Petska, $156,827; 4. Jake Long, $146,082; 5. Russell Cardoza, $136,004; 6. Tyler McKnight, $130,835; 7. Billie Jack Saebens, $120,930; 8. Joseph Harrison, $118,063; 9. Brady Minor, $110,818; 10. Travis Graves, $106,649; 11. Jake Minor, $98,940; 12. Kory Koontz, $95,652; 13. Jade Corkill, $91,383; 14. Wesley Thorp, $90,836; 15. Jeremy Buhler, $78,006.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Jacobs Crawley, 87.5 points on Sutton Rodeos’ South Point, $26,231; 2. Ryder Wright, 87, $20,731; 3. Taos Muncy, 85.5, $15,654; 4. (tie) CoBurn Bradshaw, Hardy Braden, Heith DeMoss and Audy Reed, 84, $5,500 each; 8. Layton Green, 83.5; 9. Sterling Crawley, 83; 10. Brody Cress, 82.5; 11. Clay Elliott, 82; 12. (tie) Zeke Thurston and Jake Wright, 79.5 each; 14. Jesse Wright, 78.5; 15. Cody DeMoss, NS. Average standings: 1. CoBurn Bradshaw, 260.5 points on three head; 2. Sterling Crawley, 246; 3. Brody Cress, 244.5; 4. Jake Wright, 241; 5. Audy Reed, 240; 6. Taos Muncy, 233. World standings: 1. Jacobs Crawley, $220,158; 2. CoBurn Bradshaw, $186,577; 3. Zeke Thurston, $184,122; 4. Cody DeMoss, $151,657; 5. Ryder Wright, $145,746; 6. Hardy Braden, $144,504; 7. Brody Cress, $131,319; 8. Sterling Crawley, $123,723; 9. Layton Green, $120,613; 10. Taos Muncy, $116,171; 11. Heith DeMoss, $107,780; 12. Jake Wright, $107,527; 13. Clay Elliott, $99,332; 14. Audy Reed, $97,918; 15. Jesse Wright, $86,630.

Tie-down roping: 1. Timber Moore, 7.1 seconds, $26,231; 2. Cooper Martin, 7.2, $20,731; 3. Trevor Brazile, 7.3, $15,654; 4. Matt Shiozawa, 7.4, $11,000; 5. (tie) Tuf Cooper and Cade Swor, 7.9, $5,500 each; 7. Marcos Costa, 8.0; 8. Tyson Durfey, 8.2; 9. J.C. Malone, 8.7; 10. Marty Yates, 9.4; 11. Cory Solomon, 9.7; 12. Randall Carlisle, 10.1; 13. Shane Hanchey, 10.5; 14. Ryan Jarrett, 19.2; 15. Caleb Smidt, NT. Average standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, 22.60 seconds on three head; 2. Cade Swor, 23.70; 3. Marcos Costa, 24.00; 4. Tyson Durfey, 26.00; 5. (tie) Tuf Cooper and Cooper Martin, 26.30 each. World standings: 1. Tuf Cooper, $205,945; 2. Trevor Brazile, $171,510; 3. Marcos Costa, $165,748; 4. Caleb Smidt, $156,425; 5. Shane Hanchey, $138,729; 6. Cade Swor, $132,691; 7. Ryan Jarrett, $132,286; 8. Tyson Durfey, $124,192; 9. Timber Moore, $122,193; 10. Cooper Martin, $116,169; 11. Matt Shiozawa, $114,363; 12. Marty Yates, $107,173; 13. Cory Solomon, $106,210; 14. J.C. Malone, $103,068; 15. Randall Carlisle, $95,566.

Barrel racing: 1. Hailey Kinsel, 13.11 seconds (new arena record), $26,231; 2. Kassie Mowry, 13.36, $20,731; 3. Amberleigh Moore, 13.57, $15,654; 4. Ivy Conrado, 13.59, $11,000; 5. Nellie Miller, 13.66, $6,769; 6. Lisa Lockhart, 13.67, $4,231; 7. Taci Bettis, 13.68; 8. Kathy Grimes, 13.70; 9. Stevi Hillman, 13.84; 10. Tiany Schuster, 14.20; 11. Kellie Collier, 14.58; 12. Tillar Murray, 18.76; 13. Sydni Blanchard, 18.90; 14. Kimmie Wall, 18.95; 15. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 19.18. Average standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, 40.45 seconds on three runs; 2. Nellie Miller, 41.04; 3. Ivy Conrado, 41.38; 4. Kathy Grimes, 41.45; 5. Lisa Lockhart, 41.61. 6. Tiany Schuster, 42.37. World standings: 1. Tiany Schuster, $260,378; 2. Stevi Hillman, $195,952; 3. Nellie Miller, $184,537; 4. Amberleigh Moore, $172,691; 5. Kassie Mowry, $166,624; 6. Hailey Kinsel, $166,245; 7. Kathy Grimes, $132,785; 8. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $123,660; 9. Lisa Lockhart, $110,685; 10. Sydni Blanchard, $108,131; 11. Taci Bettis, $107,023; 12. Ivy Conrado, $103,412; 13. Tillar Murray, $102,789; 14. Kellie Collier, $97,569; 15. Kimmie Wall, $86,294.

Bull riding: 1. (tie) Sage Kimzey on Rafter H Rodeo’s Nose Bender and Cole Melancon on Smith, Harper & Morgan’s Hot and Ready, 91.5 points, $26,231 each; 3. Trey Benton III, 87, $18,404; 4. Ty Wallace, 86.5, $13,750; 5. Garrett Smith, Joe Frost, Tim Bingham, Jordan Spears, Dustin Bowen, Jordan Hansen, Roscoe Jarboe, Trevor Reiste, Guthrie Murray, Brennon Eldred, Boudreaux Campbell, NS. Average standings: 1. Trey Benton III, 262.5 on three head; 2. Sage Kimzey, 257; 3. Garrett Smith, 172.5 on two head; 4. Joe Frost, 170.5; 5. Cole Melancon, 170; 6. Roscoe Jarboe, 87 on one head. World standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $291,575; 2. Garrett Smith, $253,797; 3. Ty Wallace, $180,827; 4. Trey Benton III, $176,106; 5. Joe Frost, $155,925; 6. Jordan Spears, $141,423; 7. Cole Melancon, $144,081; 8. Roscoe Jarboe, $133,586; 9. Tim Bingham, $129,515; 10. Jordan Hansen, $109,429; 11. Trevor Reiste, $107,121; 12. Dustin Bowen, $104,668; 13. Brennon Eldred, $102,991; 14. Boudreaux Campbell, $102,294; 15. Guthrie Murray, $97,288.

All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $313,837; 2. Tuf Cooper, $245,522; 3. Junior Nogueira, $185,987; 4. Caleb Smidt, $166,221; 5. Erich Rogers, $151,880; 6. Ryle Smith, $150,876; 7. Russell Cardoza, $149,026; 8. Dakota Eldridge, $114,200; 9. Josh Peek, $105,470.

2017 National Finals Rodeo first go-round results

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2017 National Finals Rodeo first go-round results

Here are the National Finals Rodeo first performance results from Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017.

Bareback riding: 1. Jake Vold, 87.5 points on Kesler Championship Rodeo’s Oakridge, $26,231; 2. Orin Larsen, 86.5, $20,731; 3. (tie) Tim O’Connell and Mason Clements, 85, $13,327 each; 5. J.R. Vezain, 84.5, $6,769; 6. (tie) Caleb Bennett and Steven Dent, 84, $2,115 each; 8. R.C. Landingham, 83.5; 9. Jake Brown, 82.5; 10. Ty Breuer 82; 11. Richmond Champion, 81; 12. Bill Tutor, 80.0; 13. Tanner Aus, 79.5; 14. Wyatt Denny, 78.5; 15. Clayton Biglow, 75.0. World Standings: 1. Tim O’Connell, $225,243; 2. Tanner Aus, $146,657; 3. Jake Vold, 138,391; 4. Clayton Biglow, $138,153; 5. J.R. Vezain, $130,081; 6. Orin Larsen, $129,971; 7. Wyatt Denny, $119,353; 8. Caleb Bennett, 118,793; 9. Jake Brown, $113,212; 10. Richmond Champion, $111,196; 11. Mason Clements, $109,441; 12. Bill Tutor, $106,039; 13. Steven Dent, $105,767; 14. R.C. Landingham, $99,261; 15. Ty Breuer, $99,106.

Steer wrestling: 1. Tyler Waguespack, 3.5 seconds, $26,231; 2. Tyler Pearson, 3.9, $20,731; 3. (tie) Scott Guenthner, Jon Ragatz, J.D. Struxness, Rowdy Parrott and Chason Floyd, 4.3, $7,531 each; 8. Dakota Eldridge, 4.5; 9. (tie) Olin Hannum and Kyle Irwin, 4.8 each; 11. Ty Erickson, 5.5; 12. Nick Guy, 6.5; 13. Tanner Milan, 6.6; 14. Ryle Smith and Baylor Roche, NT. World Standings: Ty Erickson, $173,152; 2. Tyler Pearson, $140,649; 3. Tyler Waguespack, $140,175; 4. Olin Hannum, $120,951; 5. Scott Guenthner, $117,032; 6. Baylor Roche, $109,340; 7. Ryle Smith, $103,463; 8. Jon Ragatz, $94,871; 9. Tanner Milan, $94,073; 10. J.D. Struxness, $93,973; 11. Nick Guy, $92,968; 12. Rowdy Parrott, $91,088; 13. Dakota Eldridge, $90,981; 14. Kyle Irwin, $89,684; 15. Chason Floyd, $88,723.

Team roping: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.1 seconds, $26,231 each; 2. Jr. Dees/Tyler McKnight, 4.3, $20,731; 3. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 4.6, $15,654; 4. (tie) Erich Rogers/Cory Petska and Charly Crawford/Joseph Harrison, 4.8, $8,885 each; 6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 4.9, $4,231; 7. Coleman Proctor/Billie Jack Saebens, 5.2; 8. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 5.5; 9. Clay Tryan/ Jade Corkill, 5.6; 10. Chad Masters/ Travis Graves, 5.7; 11. Tom Richards/Jeremy Buhler, 9.3; 12. Luke Brown/Jake Long, Dustin Bird/Russell Cardoza, Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz and Garrett Rogers/Jake Minor, NT. World Standings: (headers) 1. Kaleb Driggers, $170,208; 2. Erich Rogers, $152,596; 3. Clay Smith, $138,748; 4. Luke Brown, $121,611; 5. Riley Minor, $110,818; 6. Jr. Dees, $109,694; 7. Coleman Proctor, $108,033; 8. Chad Masters, $95,509; 9. Charly Crawford, $93,090; 10. Tom Richards, $91,415; 11. Clay Tryan, $91,383; 12. Cody Snow, $89,236; 13. Dustin Bird, $88,288; 14. Dustin Egusquiza, $87,437; 15. Garrett Rogers, $85,614. (Heelers) 1. Junior Nogueira, $170,938; 2. Cory Petska, $152,596; 3. Paul Eaves, $142,866; 4. Billie Jack Saebens, $120,930; 5. Jake Long, $113,082; 6. Brady Minor, $110,818; 7. Tyler McKnight, $110,105; 8. Russell Cardoza, $109,774; 9. Travis Graves, $102,418; 10. Joseph Harrison, $97,332; 11. Jade Corkill, $91,383; 12. Wesley Thorp, $90,836; 13. Jake Minor, $85,614; 14. Kory Koontz, $84,652; 15. Jeremy Buhler, $78,006.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Hardy Braden, 87.5 points on Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Hatitude Alpha Dog, $26,231; 2. CoBurn Bradshaw, 87, $20,731; 3. Ryder Wright, 86.5, $15,654; 4. Cody DeMoss, 85.5, $11,000; 5. (tie) Zeke Thurston, Jake Wright and Heath DeMoss, 85, $3,667 each; 8. Jacobs Crawley, 81; 9. Sterling Crawley, 80; 10. Brody Cress, 79.5; 11. (tie) Layton Green and Clay Elliott, 79 each; 13. Audy Reed, 78; 14. Taos Muncy, 71; 15. Jesse Wright, NS. World Standings: 1. Jacobs Crawley, $193,927; 2. Zeke Thurston, $184,122; 3. CoBurn Bradshaw, $154,846; 4. Cody DeMoss, $140,657; 5. Hardy Braden, $139,004; 6. Ryder Wright, $125,015; 7. Layton Green, $120,613; 8. Brody Cress, $115,665; 9. Jake Wright, $105,411; 10. Sterling Crawley, $102,992; 11. Heith DeMoss, $102,280; 12. Clay Elliott, $99,332; 13. Taos Muncy, $98,402; 14. Jesse Wright, $86,630; 15. Audy Reed, $85,649.

Tie-down roping: 1. Ryan Jarrett, 7.5 seconds, $26,231; 2. Trevor Brazile, 7.9, $18,192; 3. Marcos Costa, 7.9, $18,192; 4. Cade Swor, 8.1, $11,000; 5. J.C. Malone, 8.2, $6,769; 6. Caleb Smidt, 8.3, $4,231; 7. Tuf Cooper, 8.4; 8. Cooper Martin, 8.6; 9. Tyson Durfey, 9.0; 10. Shane Hanchey, 9.6; 11. Timber Moore, 9.8; 12. Matt Shiozawa, 10.7; 13. Cory Solomon, 11.9; 14. Randall Carlisle, 18.4; 15. Marty Yates, 19.7 . World Standings: 1. Tuf Cooper, $200,444; 2. Caleb Smidt, $156,425; 3. Marcos Costa, $150,094; 4. Shane Hanchey, $134,498; 5. Ryan Jarrett, $132,286; 6. Trevor Brazile, $129,626; 7. Tyson Durfey, $117,423; 8. Marty Yates, $107,173; 9. Cade Swor, $106,460; 10. Matt Shiozawa, $103,363; 11. J.C. Malone, $103,068; 12. Timber Moore, $95,962; 13. Randall Carlisle, $95,566; 14. Cooper Martin, $95,438; 15. Cory Solomon, $95,210.

Barrel racing: 1. Nellie Miller, 13.64 seconds, $26,230; 2. Kassie Mowry, 13.68, $20,730; 3. Hailey Kinsel, 13.69, $15,654; 4. Kathy Grimes, 13.85, $11,000; 5. Tillar Murray, 13.89, $6,769; 6. Ivy Conrado, 13.90, $4,230; 7. Lisa Lockhart, 13.98; 8. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.99; 9. Tiany Schuster, 14.07; 10. Kellie Collier, 14.13; 11. Kimmie Wall, 14.14; 12. Sydni Blanchard, 14.18; 13. Stevi Hillman, 18.68; 14. Amberleigh Moore, 18.95; 15. Taci Bettis, NT. World Standings: 1. Tiany Schuster, $260,378; 2. Stevi Hillman, $195,952; 3. Nellie Miller, $166,768; 4. Kassie Mowry, $145,894; 5. Kathy Grimes, $132,785; 6. Amberleigh Moore, $130,806; 7. Hailey Kinsel, $124,361; 8. Taci Bettis, $107,023; 9. Lisa Lockhart, $106,454; 10. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $102,930; 11. Tillar Murray, $102,789; 12. Sydni Blanchard, $101,362; 13. Kellie Collier, $93,338; 14. Ivy Conrado, $92,412; 15. Kimmie Wall, $86,294.

Bull riding: 1. Trey Benton III, 90 points on Big Stone Rodeo’s Mortimer, $26,231; 2. Roscoe Jarboe, 87, $20,731; 3. (tie) Garrett Smith and Tim Bingham, 85.5, $13,327 each; 5. Joe Frost, 84.0, $6,769; 6. Boudreaux Campbell, 82.5, $4,231; 7. Sage Kimzey, 79.0; 8. Ty Wallace, Cole Melancon, Jordan Spears, Dustin Bowen, Jordan Hansen, Trevor Reiste, Guthrie Murray and Brennon Eldred, NS. World Standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $247,152; 2. Garrett Smith, $227,566; 3. Ty Wallace, $167,077; 4. Trey Benton III, $146,702; 5. Jordan Spears, $141,423; 6. Joe Frost, $137,732; 7. Roscoe Jarboe, $133,586; 8. Tim Bingham, $129,515; 9. Cole Melancon, $113,619; 10. Trevor Reiste, $107,121; 11. Dustin Bowen, $104,668; 12. Brennon Eldred, $102,991; 13. Jordan Hansen, $102,660; 14. Boudreaux Campbell, $102,294; 15. Guthrie Murray, $97,288.

2017 National Finals Rodeo, Day 2 — PHOTOS

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2017 National Finals Rodeo, Day 2 — PHOTOS

 

 

The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Friday.

The annual event brings about 170,000 to town to watch the competitors and country shows and enjoy trade shows like Cowboy Christmas.

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