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.
A group of cowboys helped police corral a carjacking suspect Wednesday afternoon in east Las Vegas, and it was all captured on video.
Emily Miller’s earnings at the Calgary Stampede helped her qualify for her first National Finals Rodeo.
“The viewers at hotels don’t see all the commercials. We’re always showing the arena, so fans get the experience of being in the arena,” DAvid Glodt said.
Here are the National Finals Rodeo eighth performance results from Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019.
Bareback rider Clayton Biglow won a record fourth consecutive go-round Thursday night in the eighth go-round of the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Tim O’Connell was thrown from his horse in the final go-round of the National Finals Rodeo last year, tearing his rotator cuff, labrum and several ligaments.
Tie-down roper Tyler Milligan, who won the seventh go-round Wednesday with a time of 7.5 seconds, talks about competing at the NFR.
Canadian saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston posted a winning score of 92.5 to set a go-round record Wednesday night in the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas Mack Center.
NFR competitors and others are wearing hats adorned with white feathers to honor the short life of 7-year-old Max Henderson, who died in a riding accident three months ago. Each feather bears the words “LIVE LIKE Max.”
Saddle bronc rider Mitch Pollock talks to us about what it’s like to compete in his first National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
Rodeo fans tend to be sports fans in general, too. As such, there’s certainly a segment of the rodeo fan base that might also enjoy betting.