After last year’s National Finals Rodeo, when Tuf Cooper went home to Decatur, Texas, with a second straight gold buckle as the world’s best tie-down roper, some fans got the idea that Cooper needed to up his social media presence.
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Tuesday, Dec. 10
Struggling to get up off the Thomas & Mack Center arena floor after being bucked off in Round 4, bareback rider Casey Colletti was at his lowest point of the week.
The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo crowd at the Thomas &Mack Center during Round 5 tonight will look a bit different than usual.
You never know who you might run into in and around the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Gold Card Room.
Tie-down roper Shane Hanchey has won more than $44,000 through the first four rounds of the National Finals Rodeo, but he’s more excited about the $1,800 he pocketed Saturday on a $300 three-team college football parlay.
Team roping was the closest competition coming into the National Finals Rodeo with just a few thousand dollars in prize money separating the top headers and heelers.
One of the worst-kept secrets at this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is that a fifth of the saddle bronc riding field is made up of a trio of Utah cowboys who share the same last name.
Fallon Taylor was fortunate enough to make her NFR debut at age 13 in 1995 — when she finished sixth in the world — and qualified for four straight NFRs before giving up barrel racing to become a professional model.
The National Finals Rodeo opened its 10-day run Thursday at the Thomas & Mack Center.