Stetson Wright, 20, won his first PRCA world championship on the final night of the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Stetson Wright, 20, won his first PRCA world championship Saturday with $297,922.56 on the final night of the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Bullfighter Dusty Tuckness talks to the RJ on the final day of competition at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
Here are the National Finals Rodeo ninth performance results from Friday, Dec. 13, 2019.
Ty Erickson tackled his steer in 3.6 seconds to win the ninth go-round at the Thomas & Mack Center and move ahead of J.D. Struxness in the world standings with one go-round left.
Boyd Polhamus, the longtime announcer who called the NFR 28 times, moved into a new role this year as the rodeo’s general manager and supervises the production of the 10-day event.
World champion bull rider Sage Kimzey is eyeing his sixth title at the NFR.
Qualifying for the NFR capped an enjoyable season for the Kimzey brothers, who traveled together much of the year.
On Thursday night, Biglow did what no other bareback rider in Wrangler NFR history has done: Win a go-round for the fourth straight night.
Emily Miller’s earnings at the Calgary Stampede helped her qualify for her first National Finals Rodeo.