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Hello NFR Fan’s , are you excited about this year’s “ National Final Rodeo”? We are pretty sure that you cannot wait to start the event. You are invited to watch NFR 2019 Live Stream Online on your MAC/PC/Cell phone/Tablet From Las Vegas, USA. The “National Final Rodeo” is one most awaited event in America. The NFR is shaping its contents each year and making it more exciting for the rodeo lovers. This year’s national Final Rodeo will take place in Las Vegas from 6th December to 15th December. These 10 days will be the most exciting days for NFR lovers. The event will take place at night for these 10 days. For those who don’t know what it is, this article is for you. World National Final Rodeo is not a single event, rather than it is a combination of multiple events. These events includes Bareback Riding, Steer Wrestling, Bull Riding, Barrel Racing, Tie-Down roping, Team Roping and finally Saddle Bronc Riding. Top cow boy’s all over the world are now busy to make sharp their skills to snatch the title. They are shaping their skills and will put the boots on to claim the championship in their respective events.

Here are the events that will blow your mind

Contents

  1. Bareback Riding
  2. Steer Wrestling
  3. Bull Riding
  4. Barrel Racing
  5. Tie-Down Roping
  6. Team Roping
  7. Saddle Bronc Riding

It is a form of horse riding but without the saddle. The rider should have skills, coordination and balance. A bareback rider suffers more injuries than other sporting events. The score is given on the basis of different aspect. Those includes spurring technique, The degree to which his toes remain turned out while he is spurring and so on. Bulldogging is another name of Steer Wrestling. It is a famous rodeo event where horse mounted rider chases a steer, then drops from the steer and then wrestles the steer by grabbing the horn until it fall to the ground. It is a very risky event and enjoyable as well. Be careful while watching the event because sometimes serious injuries can be seen which you might not tolerate. From the name you can clearly understand what it is all about. A rider sits over the bull and touches bull with one hand and balances himself. One hand must be free and the rider must remain over the bull for eight second. Original rule 10 seconds but now it is brought down to eight second. It is also a Rodeo event where horse and the rider has to ride around pre set barrel. This requires athletic ability of the horse and the rider. This event is mainly designed for women but men’s can also participate in this event. Sometimes the horse has turn 120 degree in order to cross the barrel within quickest time. Calf roping is another name of Tie-down Roping. This includes and horse with a rider. The rule is the rider has to through a rope to the calf while riding and the rope must catch the neck of the calf. Then the rider has to get down from the horse catch the calf and restrain it by tying three legs together as early as possible. There is a time frame, if it exceeded then the rider is considered as disqualified. Теаm lаbоr аddіtіоnаllу саllеd hеаdіng аnd hееlіng mау bе а rоdео еvеnt thаt орtіоns а stееr (tурісаllу а Соrrіеntе) аnd 2 mоuntеd rіdеrs. thе рrіmаrу rореr іs nаmеd bесаusе thе”hеаdеr”, thе оnе thаt rореs thе frоnt оf thе stееr, tурісаllу rоund thе hоrns, hоwеvеr іt’s аddіtіоnаllу lеgаl fоr thе rоре tо trаvеl rоund thе nесk, оr gо аrоund оnе hоrn аnd аlsо thе nоsе lеаdіng tо whаt thеу dесіsіоn а “hаlf hеаd”. Оnсе thе stееr іs саught bу оnе аmоng thе 3 lеgаl hеаd саtсhеs, thе hеаdеr shоuld dаllу (wrар thе rоре rоund thе rubbеr lіnеd sаddlе hоrn) аnd usе hіs hоrsе tо shоw thе stееr tо thе lеft. Тhе sесоnd іs thаt thе “hееlеr”, Uν аgеnсу rореs thе stееr bу іts hіnd fееt оnсе thе “hеаdеr” hаs turnеd thе stееr, wіth а fіvе-sесоnd реnаltу аssеssеd tо thе tор tіmе іf јust оnе lеg іs саught. Теаm lаbоr іs thаt thе sоlеlу rоdео еvеnt whеrеvеr mеn аnd gіrls vіе еquаllу аlоng іn рrоfеssіоnаllу sаnсtіоnеd соmреtіtіоn, іn еасh sіnglе-gеndеr оr mіхеd-gеndеr grоups It is another exciting event of rodeo. The cowboy sits over the horse and the horse is remained in the wooden or piped enclosure which is also known as bucking chute. Once the gate is opened the horse came out from the enclosure and starts to buck. The rider tries to remain on the top of the horse for eight second without touching the horse with his/her free hand. After the first jump from the chute the riders boot should be in contact with the horse above the point of the shoulders before the front two legs of the horse lands on the ground. Some people confuse Saddle Bronc Riding with Bareback Bronc but those two are very different event.

History of the WNFR Championship

Рrоfеssіоnаl Rоdео Соwbоуs Аssосіаtіоn (РRСА) оrgаnіzеs thе Νаtіоnаl Fіnаls Rоdео. Ѕоmеtіmеs іt іs аlsо саllеd Wrаnglеr Νаtіоnаl Fіnаl Rоdео (WΝFR) fоr sроnsоrshір rеаsоn. Тhе РRСА wаs еstаblіshеd іn 1958. Іn 1959 thе fіrst ΝFR wаs hеld іn Dаllаs аnd thе еvеnt соntіnuеd аt thаt vеnuе tіll 1961. Аftеr thаt Lоs Аngеlеs hоstеd thе еvеnt frоm 1962 tо 1964. Оklаhоmа Сіtу wіth suссеss bіd іn 1964 tо bе thе hоst tоwn. Іn 1965 thе рrіmаrу ΝFR аt Ѕtаtе hоnеst Аrеnа rоlе рlауеr 47,027 fаns. ΝFR rеmаіnеd thеrе thrоugh 1978 аnd thru 1984 аt thе Муrіаd Соnvеntіоn Сеntеr, trаnsfеr Аmеrісаn stаtе mеrсhаnts Аssосіаtе іn Νursіng саlсulаblе аnnuаl rеvеnuе оf $8 mіllіоn. Іn 1984, Lаs Vеgаs bіd fоr thе еvеnt. thоugh thе саріtаl оf Оklаhоmа Соunсіl thоught-аbоut buіldіng а rерlасеmеnt $30 mіllіоn аrеnа аt thе Ѕtаtе Fаіrgrоunds, thе Lаs Vеgаs bіd wоn. Ѕіnсе 1985 thе ΝFR hаs bееn соmmаnd wіthіn thе Тhоmаs & mасkіntоsh Сеntеr іn Lаs Vеgаs. Тhе ΝFR hаs bесоmе Тhоmаs & mасkіntоsh Сеntеr аrеnа’s bіggеst shорреr, trаnsfеr іn аddіtіоnаl thаn оnе hundrеd sеvеntу thоusаnd fаns thrоughоut thе 10-dау еvеnt. Іn 2001 а lаndmаrk suрроrt аgrееmеnt wаs асhіеvеd аnd Wrаnglеr bесаmе thе рrіmаrу tіtlе sроnsоr оf thе Νаtіоnаl Fіnаls Rоdео. Тhе аgrееmеnt, а раrt оf thе skіllеd Rоdео Соwbоуs Аssосіаtіоn’s соntіnuеd еffоrt tо еlеvаtе skіllеd rоdео tо а rерlасеmеnt lеvеl, wаs сrеаtеd bу РRСА Соmmіssіоnеr Ѕtеvеn Ј. Наtсhеll. Оklаhоmа Сіtу hаs bіd tо соmе bасk thе ΝFR tо Оklаhоmа, hоwеvеr іs usuаllу оutbіd bу thе dеер росkеts оf Lаs Vеgаs. bеgіnnіng іn 2011, tоwn саріtаl оf Оklаhоmа stаtе саріtаl саn bесоmе thе hоst сіtу оf thе RΝСFR, thаt іs thаt thе Fіnаls fоr thе РRСА’s sеmі-рrо sеrіеs. Тhіs wаs sееn аs а stер tоwаrds рrоvіng thе сrоwds ехіst tо brіng thе ΝFR bасk tо Оklаhоmа Сіtу оnсе Lаs Vеgаs’ соntrасt wаs rеgulаr tо fіnіsh іn 2014. Fоllоwіng thе соmрlеtіоn оf thе 2013 rоdео, Dаllаs, Техаs аnd Κіssіmmее, Еvеrglаdе Ѕtаtе сrеаtеd bіds tо bесоmе thе hоst tоwn bеgіnnіng іn 2015. but оn Јаn twеntу fоur, 2014 thе РRСА sіgnеd а соntrасt ехtеnsіоn thrоugh 2024 wіth Lаs Vеgаs Еvеnts, thе оffісіаl Lаs Vеgаs sроnsоr.

Time schedule for NFR

People those who are interested to attend the event should be present on the venue before starting of the game. The NFR is officially take place 6:45 PM to 9 PM (PT). Here is the detailed schedule for NFR events. Below the all details about NFR 2k18:

Events Round Date Time TV
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 1 Dec. 5, Thursday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 2 Dec. 6, Friday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 3 Dec. 7, Saturday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 4 Dec. 8, Sunday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 5 Dec. 9, Monday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 6 Dec. 10, Tuesday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 7 Dec. 11, Wednesday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 8 Dec. 12, Thursday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 9 Dec. 13, Friday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network
National Finals Rodeo 2019 Day 10 Dec. 14, Saturday 10:00 p.m. — 1 a.m. CBS Sports Network

Channels where you can watch the performance of NFR Tv

CBS network will broadcast all the action of NFR from 7PM (PT). There is a deal between PRCA and CBS sports network. That is the reason why no other channel has the permission to broadcast the event.

How to Watch NFR 2019 online?

So now here is the biggest question, if don’t have CBS sports or you are in work then what you can do? Will you miss this one of the greatest show on earth? We bet you don’t want to miss a single second of this exciting group of show. This is why we are here to help you. Though CBS network is the only legal and authorized broadcaster of NFR events but there are several other ways to watch the events. This is the reason we are here to help you. We will provide you some tricks and tips so that you can watch all the NFR Live Streaming action without any interruption.

How to catch all the action without spending extra money

Direct TV NOW

It broadcast over 65 channels with a monthly subscription of 40 Dollars. Huge right? But there is another way that can you watch the NFR LIVE ONLINE. This TV also provides 7 days free trial. So here is the trick. Sign up for the channel just before starting of the event and enjoy 7 days free trial. Though it will not cover all the action of the NFR but you will be able to watch majority of action without hesitation.

Sling TV

This channel is actually waste of time. This channel does not cover any of the channels that broadcast NFR. So don’t go for it. Rather than go for some other options we are providing you.

Hulu TV

This one is also same as Direct tv now. It provides over 50 channels at monthly cost of 39.99 dollars. But here you will find an option of 7 days free trial. Subscribe just before starting of the event and enjoy hassle free 7 days NFR Live streaming online without any interruption.

Play Station Vue

This channel allows its viewers to watch over 75 channels at monthly cost of 49.99 dollars. But here you can also find 5 days trial opportunity. Once you are done with 5 days trial, you can cancel the service free of charge.

NFR Live Streaming with the help of Social Media

Now a day a huge number of people use social media to watch the live sports. You can also take that advantage to catch all the action of NFR. Here are some social media where you can watch NFR action if you are lucky enough.

You Tube

This is the most popular site for watching videos. YouTube now has provide an option called live. If you are lucky enough and if a user goes live from CBS sports then you will be able to watch NFR action on your favorite electronic media.

Facebook

A huge number of people uses face book for watching live sporting events as recently facebook has launched LIVE feature. If someone goes live in face book then you view the NFR actions live from your facebook account. The interesting thing is unlike youtube, face book does not have any copy right issues in live unless it has been reported by someone or shares nudity. So if someone goes on air in face book then you can easily watch NFR LIVE STREAM.

Twitter

Unlike You Tube or Face Book it does not have the opportunity for live action. But it has an option that can lead you to your desired destination. Just search the NFR related hash tag and click on those hash tag. It might lead you to the NFR Live Streaming online.

Instagram

Like you tube and Face book it also has a live option. Search for the hash tags used by several users and you may find someone who is broadcasting live the NFR action.

NFR Opening Ceremony of 2019 Live

From the beginning of the NFR, An exciting opening ceremony takes place at the stadium to cheer up the audience and it also now has become an opportunity to view the entire contestant in a row. Usually an eye catching musical event takes place at the beginning. In this musical ceremony different pop and rock stars perform live in front of huge audience. This musical event is managed and organized by professional event management team and the show starts with a bang. At the end of the musical event all the participants of the Rodeo comes sitting upon their respective horses, wave their hand toward fans and hold their countries national flag.

Conclusion

So it can be said that this year’s NFR will also quench the thirst of the NFR lovers and it will be surely a successful event. The Wrangler National Final Rodeo is a platform for the cowboys to show their skills, commitment and enthusiasm. We know you are eagerly waiting for the event to start. Don’t worry, we are with you and would always help you to provide latest news of the event. So stay tuned with us and get all the exciting news of National Final Rodeo.

NFR Results

NFR Results

National Finals Rodeo 2018
Result will update once events will start.

NFR 2018 Round By Round Results:

Bareback – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1 Orin Larsen 89.00 Frontier Rodeo Tip Off $26,230.77
7 2 Caleb Bennett 88.00 Rafter G Rodeo Ankle Biter $20,730.77
7 3 Tilden Hooper 87.00 Pickett Pro Rodeo Scarlet Fever $15,653.85
7 4/5 Clayton Biglow 86.50 Frontier Rodeo Short Night $8,884.61
7 4/5 Steven Dent 86.50 Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo Fancy Free $8,884.61
7 6 Jake Brown 85.50 Kesler Rodeo Uptown Flash $4,230.77

 

Steer Wrestling – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1/2 Tyler Pearson 3.60 $23,480.77
7 1/2 Hunter Cure 3.60 $23,480.77
7 3/4 Will Lummus 3.70 $13,326.92
7 3/4 Tyler Waguespack 3.70 $13,326.92
7 5/6 Bridger Chambers 3.80 $5,500.00
7 5/6 Jacob Talley 3.80 $5,500.00

 

Team Roping (Headers) – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1/2 Luke Brown 3.90 $23,480.77
7 1/2 Derrick Begay 3.90 $23,480.77
7 3 Chad Masters 4.00 $15,653.85
7 4 Kaleb Driggers 4.30 $11,000.00
7 5 Cody Snow 4.80 $6,769.23
7 6 Aaron Tsinigine 4.90 $4,230.77

 

Team Roping (Heelers) – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1/2 Jake Long 3.90 $23,480.77
7 1/2 Cory Petska 3.90 $23,480.77
7 3 Joseph Harrison 4.00 $15,653.85
7 4 Junior Nogueira 4.30 $11,000.00
7 5 Wesley Thorp 4.80 $6,769.23
7 6 Trey Yates 4.90 $4,230.77

 

Saddle Bronc Riding – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1/2 Chase Brooks 90.00 Corey & Lange Rodeo Diamond Fever $23,480.77
7 1/2 Wade Sundell 90.00 Lancaster & Jones Pro Rodeo Total Equines Angel Fire $23,480.77
7 3 Rusty Wright 88.00 Big Bend Rodeo Major Huckleberry $15,653.85
7 4 CoBurn Bradshaw 85.50 Stace Smith Pro Rodeos Pony Man $11,000.00
7 5 Zeke Thurston 84.50 Frontier Rodeo Miss Ellie $6,769.23
7 6 Cort Scheer 84.00 Smith Harper & Morgan Rodeo Hickok $4,230.77

 

Tie-Down Roping – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1 Tyson Durfey 7.20 $26,230.77
7 2 Sterling Smith 7.30 $20,730.77
7 3 Tuf Cooper 7.50 $15,653.85
7 4 Ryan Jarrett 7.80 $11,000.00
7 5 Rhen Richard 8.10 $6,769.23
7 6 Marty Yates 8.20 $4,230.77

 

Barrel Racing – Round 7 Result

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1 Hailey Kinsel 13.61 $26,230.77
7 2 Jessie Telford 13.64 $20,730.77
7 3 Ivy Conrado 13.72 $15,653.85
7 4/5 Kylie Weast 13.74 $8,884.61
7 4/5 Taci Bettis 13.74 $8,884.61
7 6 Stevi Hillman 13.77 $4,230.77

 

Bull Riding – Round 7 Results

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
7 1 Chase Dougherty 87.50 Frontier Rodeo Lookin Up $27,076.92
7 2/3 Dustin Boquet 87.00 Hi Lo ProRodeo Company Twenty to Life $19,038.46
7 2/3 Boudreaux Campbell 87.00 Rosser Rodeo Custer $19,038.46
7 4 Roscoe Jarboe 84.50 C5 Rodeo Double Vision $11,846.15
7 5 Jeff Askey 84.00 Wayne Vold Rodeo Mish Mash $7,615.38]]

National Finals Rodeo 2017
10th Day Performance Results

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 2017 10th Performance Results,

Here are the National Finals Rodeo 2017 10th performance results. Don’t forget to subscribe here to get full NFR 2018 Live Coverage

2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Results

Bareback Results- Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1/2 Mason Clements 88.00 Pickett Pro Rodeo Top Flight $23,480.77
10 1/2 Steven Dent 88.00 Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo Scarlett’s Web $23,480.77
10 3 Bill Tutor 87.50 Frontier Rodeo Gun Fire $15,653.85
10 4/5 Ty Breuer 86.50 Pete Carr Pro Rodeo Dirty Jacket $8,884.61
10 4/5 Richmond Champion 86.50 Hi Lo ProRodeo Wilson Sanchez $8,884.61
10 6 JR Vezain 86.00 Pete Carr Pro Rodeo Good Time Charlie $4,230.77

Steer Wrestling Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Tyler Waguespack 3.20 $26,230.77
10 2 Scott Guenthner 3.60 $20,730.77
10 3 J.D. Struxness 4.20 $15,653.85
10 4 Ty Erickson 4.50 $11,000.00
10 5 Jon Ragatz 4.70 $6,769.23
10 6 Kyle Irwin 4.80 $4,230.77

Team Roping (Headers) Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Garrett Rogers 4.10 $26,230.77
10 2 Kaleb Driggers 4.70 $20,730.77
10 3 Coleman Proctor 4.80 $15,653.85
10 4 Chad Masters 5.40 $11,000.00
10 5 Erich Rogers 8.30 $6,769.23
10 6 Riley Minor 9.60 $4,230.77

Team Roping (Heelers) Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Jake Minor 4.10 $26,230.77
10 2 Junior Nogueira 4.70 $20,730.77
10 3 Billie Jack Saebens 4.80 $15,653.85
10 4 Travis Graves 5.40 $11,000.00
10 5 Cory Petska 8.30 $6,769.23
10 6 Brady Minor 9.60 $4,230.77

Saddle Bronc Riding Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Taos Muncy 87.50 Bar T Rodeo Son of Sadie $26,230.77
10 2/3 Jake Wright 86.50 Flying 5 Rodeo Spring Planting $18,192.31
10 2/3 CoBurn Bradshaw 86.50 Big Bend Rodeo Kool Toddy $18,192.31
10 4 Brody Cress 86.00 Frontier Rodeo Delta Force $11,000.00
10 5 Clay Elliott 83.50 Burch Rodeo Lunatic From Hell $6,769.23
10 6/6 Cody DeMoss 82.00 Dakota Rodeo Bartender $2,115.38
10 6/6 Hardy Braden 82.00 Andrews Rodeo Fire Lane $2,115.38

Tie-Down Roping Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Marcos Costa 7.80 $26,230.77
10 2 Cory Solomon 8.10 $20,730.77
10 3 Tyson Durfey 8.20 $15,653.85
10 4 Caleb Smidt 8.30 $11,000.00
10 5/6 Cade Swor 8.90 $5,500.00
10 5/6 Marty Yates 8.90 $5,500.00

Barrel Racing Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Hailey Kinsel 13.17 $26,230.77
10 2 Sydni Blanchard 13.39 $20,730.77
10 3 Amberleigh Moore 13.42 $15,653.85
10 4 Taci Bettis 13.54 $11,000.00
10 5 Ivy Conrado 13.60 $6,769.23
10 6 Lisa Lockhart 13.76 $4,230.77

Bull Riding Results – Round 10

PERF PLACE CONTESTANT SCORE/
TIME
STOCK CONTRACTOR STOCK NAME PRIZE MONEY
10 1 Sage Steele Kimzey 88.00 4L & Diamond S Rodeo Girl Money $28,980.77
10 2 Jordan Wacey Spears 86.00 Salt River Rodeo Big Jake $23,480.77
10 3 Joe Frost 82.50 Dakota Rodeo Brown Sugar $18,403.85
10 4 Ty Wallace 80.50 Andrews Rodeo Hard Knox $13,750.00

National Finals rodeo 2017 action will be continue till 16th December 2017 so don’t forget to watch and follow your favorite contestants performance. You can watch NFR Live Streaming in HD from here.

Miss Rodeo America title in Las Vegas – ‘Cowgirls’ compete to claim

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Miss Rodeo America title in Las Vegas – ‘Cowgirls’ compete to claim

The hardest parts were behind them: the displays of horsemanship, the personality interviews, the speeches.

On the sixth day of the eight-day process, the contestants for Miss Rodeo America 2019 took part in a fashion show Friday, one of the final events as the pageant moved closer to coronation day. They modeled a range of Western wear, including fringe, fur and bedazzled jackets.

Each of the 28 contestants has much to offer, but they share some common denominators, said Miss Rodeo America President Kiki Shumway of Pasco, Washington.

“They’re cowgirls,” Shumway said. And they work hard. “They study a lot. Knowledge is very important. And they ride as many horses as they can.”

One of the contestants will be named the 65th Miss Rodeo America during a 10:30 a.m. ceremony Sunday at the Tropicana. The pageant, held in the days leading up to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, awards nearly $100,000 in scholarship money to the winner and top finalists.

Shumway said she is impressed by the camaraderie of the contestants.

“At fittings, they’ll share boots,” she said. “Even though they’re competing against each other, they’re cheering each other on. I don’t think you can say that in other pageants.”

Before the fashion show, Miss Rodeo Alaska secured a red sequined bow tie around her neck and blue feathers in her hair. Days before the pageant, Ariel Hunt had all her items packed at her home before when a 7.2 earthquake hit near her hometown of Anchorage.

Her family is safe, she said, but many items in their home were destroyed, including a special scrapbook each contestant makes to document her time at the pageant and as Miss Rodeo in her home state.

“This is a great learning experience. Here I can learn things about myself I didn’t know before,” she said before rushing to finish her makeup.

Jenna Kool, Miss Rodeo Iowa, was also backstage before the show, perfecting her opening outfit. She said her platform if selected for the top honor would be to serve America to the best of her ability.

“It’s the platform God put in front of me,” she said, beaming. “And I’m hanging out with 27 of my best friends. That’s the icing on the cake.”

As the fashion show started, the contestants held glowing lights above their heads and danced in formation. When they modeled, they strutted down the runway in cowboy hats, danced in denim and high-fived one another.

The woman crowned as Miss Rodeo America promotes the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Western heritage and the agriculture industry. She also serves as a liaison between rodeo fans and professional rodeo producers, sponsors and contestants, as well as an ambassador to young rodeo fans.

This year, 150 volunteers helped put on the show. New Mexico resident Dona Rutherford has volunteered since 2003. To her, it’s a passion.

Noting one of Miss Rodeo America’s duties, Rutherford said, “They get to carry the American flag at the rodeo. It’s one of the greatest honors, holding that Old Glory.”

Former winners from the 1960s still return each year, and many are chaperoning the contestants this year.

Before the title is passed along to the next Miss Rodeo America, the current holder delivers words of encouragement and reflection in a farewell letter printed in the pageant’s program.

Miss Rodeo America Keri Sheffield recalled spending the last year traveling more than 120,000 miles across the U.S. and beyond to Canada and Australia.

The Floridian remembered her mom packing her bags for competitions, her dad shining her boots, her brother hand-painting his boots to match her outfit and her sister proofreading her essays and posts.

Speaking of Miss Rodeo America 2019, Sheffield wrote, “I know how she will meet people who will forever hold a place in her heart, how she will travel the world and see things with a new perspective, and how she will learn so much about herself in the process.”

2018 NFR Las Vegas 10th go-round results

2018 NFR Las Vegas 10th go-round results
NFR — Joe Frost

Here are the National Finals Rodeo tenth and final performance results from Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018.

BAREBACK RIDING

1. Tilden Hooper, 89.5 points on Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo’s Scarlett’s Web, $26,231

2. (tie) Clayton Biglow and Richmond Champion, 88.5, $18,192 each

4. Shane O’Connell, 87.5, $11,000

5. (tie) Tim O’Connell and Kaycee Feild, 87, $5,500 each

7. Mason Clements, 85.5

8. Steven Dent, 84.5

9. Orin Larsen, 83.5

10. Wyatt Denny, 73

11. Caleb Bennett

12. Jake Brown, NS

13. Ty Breuer, Will Lowe and Bill Tutor, INJ

Average standings: 1. (tie) Tim O’Connell and Steven Dent, 849.5 points on 10 head, $60,923 each

3. Tilden Hooper, 846.5, $43,154

4. Kaycee Field, 844, $31,731

5. Richmond Champion, 842.5, $22,846

6. Shane O’Connell, 839.5, $16,500

7. Clayton Biglow, 772 points on nine head, $11,423

8. Orin Larsen, 768, $6,346

World standings

1. Tim O’Connell, $319,801

2. Steven Dent, $254,733

3. Tilden Hooper, $245,583

4. Clayton Biglow, $245,435

5. Richmond Champion, $243,345

6. Caleb Bennett, $240,390

7. Kaycee Feild, $231,445

8. Orin Larsen, $222,732

9. Mason Clements, $170,318

10. Shane O’Connell, $161,451

11. Bill Tutor, $154,162

12. Ty Breuer, $127,789

13. Jake Brown, $119,300

14. Wyatt Denny, $117,958

15. Will Lowe, $91,517

STEER WRESTLING

1. Nick Guy, 3.7 seconds, $26,231

2. (tie) Hunter Cure, Bridger Chambers and Ty Erickson, 4.6, $15,795 each

5. Tyler Pearson, 4.7, $6,769

6. Jacob Talley, 4.8, $4,231

7. (tie) Will Lummus and Blake Mindemann, 5

9. Tyler Waguespack, 5.1

10. Kyle Irwin, 5.3

11. Scott Guenthner, 5.4

12. Blake Knowles, 8.3

13. Riley Duvall, 10.1

14. Curtis Cassidy and Tanner Brunner, NT

Average standings

1. Tyler Waguespack, 44.5 seconds on 10 head, $67,269

2. Bridger Chambers, 57.2, $54,577

3. Blake Knowles, 68.2, $43,154

4. Riley Duvall, 77.1, $31,731

5. Nick Guy, 85.5, $22,846

6. Will Lummus, 38 seconds on nine head, $16,500

7. Scott Guenthner, 38.9, 11,423

8. Hunter Cure, 40.5, $6,346

World standings

1. Tyler Waguespack, $260,013

2. Bridger Chambers, $216,762

3. Will Lummus, $195,182

4. Curtis Cassidy, $188,355

5. Scott Guenthner, $186,727

6. Tyler Pearson, $172,991

7. Ty Erickson, $170,880

8. Hunter Cure, $167,890

9. Blake Knowles, $162,669

10. Nick Guy, $152,821

11. Jacob Talley, $145,717

12. Kyle Irwin, $139,416

13. Riley Duvall, $128,258

14. Blake Mindemann, $127,650

15. Tanner Brunner, $98,193

TEAM ROPING

1. Tyler Wade/Cole Davison, 3.9 seconds, $26,231 each

2. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.1, $20,731

3. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 4.4, $15,654

4. (tie) Bubba Buckaloo/Chase Tryan and Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 4.9, $8,885

6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 5, $4,231

7. Clay Tryan/Travis Graves, 5.1

8. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 5.3

9. Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 9.3

10. (tie) Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison and Derrick Begay/Cory Petska, 10.1

12. Luke Brown/Jake Long, 13.8

13. Rhen Richard/Quinn Kesler, Erich Rogers/Clint Summers and Lane Ivy/Buddy Hawkins II, NT

Average standings

1. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 69.6 seconds on 10 head, $67,269 each

2. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 45.5, $54,577

3. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 34.5 on eight, $43,154

4. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 58.2, $31,731

5. Derrick Begay/Cory Petska, 60, $22,846

6. Rhen Richard/Quinn Kesler, 73.6, $16,500

7. Erich Rogers/Clint Summers, 50.9 on seven, $11,423

8. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 80.1, $6,346

World standings (headers)

1. Clay Smith, $289,921

2. Kaleb Driggers, $272,464

3. Aaron Tsinigine, $212,506

4. Cody Snow, $196,773

5. Bubba Buckaloo, $194,836

6. Derrick Begay, $193,626

7. Luke Brown, $154,237

8. Dustin Egusquiza, $145,518

9. Riley Minor, $143,592

10. Chad Masters, $142,304

11. Tyler Wade, $135,607

12. Clay Tryan, $122,785

13. Lane Ivy, $118,919

14. Erich Rogers, $116,643

15. Rhen Richard, $113,520

World standings (heelers)

1. Paul Eaves, $289,921

2. Junior Nogueira, $273,448

3. Trey Yates, $226,900

4. Cory Petska, $200,082

5. Wesley Thorp, $193,084

6. Chase Tryan, $174,252

7. Joseph Harrison, $161,477

8. Jake Long, $154,237

9. Kory Koontz, $145,518

10. Brady Minor, $142,400

11. Cole Davison, $128,713

12. Clint Summers, $127,755

13. Travis Graves, $118,928

14. Buddy Hawkins II, $115,913

15. Quinn Kesler, $109,637

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

1. CoBurn Bradshaw, 92 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Medicine Woman, $26,231

2. (tie) Jake Wright and Isaac Diaz, 88.5, $18,192 each

4. Wade Sundell, 87.5, $11,000

5. Joey Sonnier III, 86.5, $6,769

6. Cort Scheer, 86, $4,231

7. Brody Cress, 85

7. Sterling Crawley, 85

9. Jacobs Crawley, 80

10. Clay Elliott, Rusty Wright, Zeke Thurston, Taos Muncy, Chase Brooks and Ryder Wright, NS

Average standings

1. CoBurn Bradshaw, 848.5 points on 10 head, $67,269

2. Wade Sundell, 783.5 points on nine, $54,577

3. Zeke Thurston, 693.5 on eight, $43,154

4. Cort Scheer, 688, $31,731

5. Rusty Wright, 687, $22,846

6. Jacobs Crawley, 661, $16,500

7. Clay Elliott, 511.5 on six, $11,423

8. Isaac Diaz, 508.5, $6,346

World standings

1. Wade Sundell, $280,636

2. Rusty Wright, $262,434

3. Zeke Thurston, $262,041

4. CoBurn Bradshaw, $256,710

5. Ryder Wright, $243,194

6. Cort Scheer, $238,977

7. Jacobs Crawley, $231,831

8. Isaac Diaz, $201,163

9. Chase Brooks, $168,641

10. Clay Elliott, $148,868

11. Jake Wright, $146,480

12. Brody Cress, $121,588

13. Sterling Crawley, $108,748

14. Joey Sonnier III, $102,653

15. Taos Muncy, $90,906

TIE-DOWN ROPING

1. Trevor Brazile , 7.2 seconds, $26,231

2. (tie) Cooper Martin and Jake Pratt, 7.4, $18,192 each

4. Shane Hanchey, 7.6, $11,000

5. Matt Shiozawa, 7.7, $6,769

6. (tie) Caleb Smidt and Ryle Smith, 8.1, $2,115

6. Caleb Smidt, 8.1, $2,115

8. Tyson Durfey, 8.8

9. Rhen Richard, 9.3

10. Reese Riemer, 9.6

11. Cory Solomon, 11.7

12. Marty Yates, 17.3

13. Sterling Smith, Ryan Jarrett and Tuf Cooper, NT

Average standings

1. Caleb Smidt, 83.7 seconds on 10 head, $67,269

2. Rhen Richard, 88.5, $54,577

3. Matt Shiozawa, 94.4, $43,154

4. Ryle Smith, 101, $31,731

5. Reese Riemer, 106.3, $22,846

6. Cooper Martin, 107.1, $16,500

7. Trevor Brazile, 114.1, $11,423

8. Tyson Durfey, 80.3 on nine, $6,346

World standings

1. Caleb Smidt, $232,817

. Tuf Cooper, $205,268

3. Trevor Brazile, $194,297

4. Tyson Durfey, $194,056

5. Matt Shiozawa, $193,576

6. Ryle Smith, $186,903

7. Reese Riemer, $182,300

8. Shane Hanchey, $180,847

9. Jake Pratt, $179,108

10. Rhen Richard, $172,629

11. Ryan Jarrett, $168,077

12. Marty Yates, $166,502

13. Cooper Martin, $162,861

14. Sterling Smith, $158,609

15. Cory Solomon, $115,502

BARREL RACING

1. Kylie Weast, 13.37 seconds, $26,231

2. Amberleigh Moore, 13.65, $20,731

3. Carman Pozzobon, 13.68, $15,654

4. Jessica Routier, 13.73, $11,000

5. Taci Bettis, 13.74, $6,769

6. Ivy Conrado, 13.79, $4,231

7. Stevi Hillman, 13.86

8. Jessie Telford,13.92

9. Hailey Kinsel, 13.95

10. Kelly Bruner, 14.01

11. Tammy Fischer, 14.12

12. Tracy Nowlin, 18.66

13. Nellie Miller, 18.85

14. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 19.24

15. Lisa Lockhart, 28.62

Average standings

1. Carman Pozzobon, 139.46 seconds on 10 head, $67,269

2. Jessica Routier, 142.6, $54,577

3. Jessie Telford, 143.13, $43,154

4. Stevi Hillman, 143.84, $31,731

5. Tammy Fischer, 144.64, $22,846

6. Amberleigh Moore, 146.71, $16,500

7. Hailey Kinsel, 147.61, $11,423

8. Ivy Conrado, 148.30, $6,346

World standings

1. Hailey Kinsel, $350,700

2. Jessica Routier, $251,704

3. Amberleigh Moore, $246,357

4. Carman Pozzobon, $204,831

5. Jessie Telford, $201,573

6. Ivy Conrado, $196,385

7. Taci Bettis, $191,538

8. Nellie Miller, $188,134

9. Stevi Hillman, $184,751

10. Kylie Weast, $173,484

11. Lisa Lockhart, $170,746

12. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $162,920

13. Tammy Fischer, $130,892

14. Kelly Bruner, 129,708

15. Tracy Nowlin, $116,150

BULL RIDING

1. Sage Kimzey, 93 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Record Rack’s Shootin’ Stars, $33,564

2. Cole Melancon, 91, $28,064

3. Chase Dougherty, 82.5, $22,987

4. Parker Breding, Jeff Askey, Tyler Bingham, Dustin Bouquet, Roscoe Jarboe, Boudreaux Campbell, Garrett Tribble, Joe Frost, Eli Vastbinder, Koby Radley, Trevor Kastner, Trey Benton III, NS

Average standings

1. Chase Dougherty, 603.5 points on seven head, $232,750

2. Joe Frost, 436.5 on five, $155,891

3. Jeff Askey, 424, $118,237

4. Roscoe Jarboe, 404, $104,064

5. Sage Kimzey, 347 on four, $118,237

6. Parker Breding, 330.5, $56,256

7. Dustin Bouquet, 262.5 on three, $82,346

8. Garrett Tribble, 262, $78,256

World standings

1. Sage Kimzey, $415,263

2. Chase Dougherty, $342,099

3. Joe Frost, $252,054

4. Parker Breding, $241,732

5. Jeff Askey, $225,624

6. Roscoe Jarboe, $213,801

7. Dustin Bouquet, $196,934

8. Garrett Tribble, $180,482

9. Eli Vastbinder, $173,371

10. Koby Radley, $160,072

11. Tyler Bingham, $146,910

12. Trey Benton III, $141,393

13. Cole Melancon, $138,038

14. Boudreaux Campbell, $135,469

15. Trevor Kastner, $104,396

ALL-AROUND WORLD STANDINGS

1. Trevor Brazile, $335,680

2. Tuf Cooper, $310,357

3. Rhen Richard, $274,724

4. Steven Dent; $254,321

5. Ryle Smith, $203,409

6. Curtis Cassidy, $175,583

RAM TOP GUN STANDINGS

1. Chase Dougherty, $209,058

2. Tyler Waguespack, $180,429

3. Wade Sundell, $177,327

4. (tie) Paul Eaves and Clay Smith, $174,577

6. CoBurn Bradshaw, $167,385

7. Hailey Kinsel, $157,865

8. (tie) Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, $157,513

10. Amberleigh Moore, $157,231

 

2018 NFR Las Vegas schedule — Dec. 12

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2018 NFR Las Vegas schedule — Dec. 12

Tomorrow – Wednesday, December 12

2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Round 6

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

Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here
• 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls | Free Admission/Open to the Public

Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen
• Noon – 1 p.m. | Cowboy Christmas | Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON | Free Admission/Open to the Public

Bull Riders Wrangler NFR Autograph Session
• Noon – 2 p.m. | Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que (inside Treasure Island)
• Free Admission/Open to the Public | First come/first served; contestants depart at 2 p.m.

Daryle Singletary’s Keepin’ it Country hosted by Andy Griggs
• 1:15 p.m. – 2 p.m. | Cowboy Christmas | Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON | Free Admission/Open to the Public

Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler
• 2:15 p.m. – 3 p.m. | Cowboy Christmas | Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON | Free Admission/Open to the Public

Cowboy Christmas – It’s All Here
• 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
• Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Free Admission/Open to the Public
• **Co-located with the RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo

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

Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen
• Noon – 1 p.m.
• Cowboy Christmas
• Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON
• Free Admission/Open to the Public

Bull Riders Wrangler NFR Autograph Session
• Noon – 2 p.m.
• Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que (inside Treasure Island)
• Free Admission/Open to the Public
• First come/first served; contestants depart at 2 p.m.

Daryle Singletary’s Keepin’ it Country hosted by Andy Griggs
• 1:15 p.m. – 2 p.m.
• Cowboy Christmas
• Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON
• Free Admission/Open to the Public

Rodeo Recess with Andy Seiler
• 2:15 p.m. – 3 p.m.
• Cowboy Christmas
• Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
• Rodeo Live Presented by RODEOHOUSTON
• Free Admission/Open to the Public

2018 NFR Las Vegas 6th go-round results – Wrangler NFR Round 6

2018 NFR Las Vegas 6th go-round results – Wrangler NFR Round 6

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Bareback – Round 6

 

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Ty Breuer 88.00 Calgary Stampede Tootsie Roll $26,230.77
6 2/3/4 Steven Dent 87.50 Flying U Rodeo Lil’ Red Hawk $15,794.87
6 2/3/4 Richmond Champion 87.50 Kesler Rodeo Street Dance $15,794.87
6 2/3/4 Tilden Hooper 87.50 Bridwell Pro Rodeos Mary $15,794.87
6 5/6 Caleb Bennett 87.00 Frontier Rodeo Night Fist $5,500.00
6 5/6 Will Lowe 87.00 Hi Lo ProRodeo Redzilla $5,500.00

 

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Steer Wrestling – Round 6

erf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Curtis Cassidy 3.60 $26,230.77
6 2 Jacob Talley 3.70 $20,730.77
6 3/4/5 Nick Guy 4.10 $11,141.02
6 3/4/5 Tyler Waguespack 4.10 $11,141.02
6 3/4/5 Kyle Irwin 4.10 $11,141.02
6 6/6 Scott Guenthner 4.50 $2,115.38
6 6/6 Will Lummus 4.50 $2,115.38

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Team Roping (Headers) – Round 6

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Tyler Wade 3.90 $26,230.77
6 2 Bubba Buckaloo 4.40 $20,730.77
6 3 Clay Smith 4.50 $15,653.85
6 4 Lane Ivy 8.70 $11,000.00
6 5 Aaron Tsinigine 19.50 $6,769.23

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Team Roping (Heelers) – Round 6

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Cole Davison 3.90 $26,230.77
6 2 Chase Tryan 4.40 $20,730.77
6 3 Paul Eaves 4.50 $15,653.85
6 4 Buddy Hawkins II 8.70 $11,000.00
6 5 Trey Yates 19.50 $6,769.23

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Saddle Bronc Riding – Round 6

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1/2 Cort Scheer 89.50 Mo Betta Rodeo Sue City Sue $23,480.77
6 1/2 Zeke Thurston 89.50 Powder River Rodeo Miss Chestnut $23,480.77
6 3 Chase Brooks 89.00 Salt River Rodeo Smoke Ring $15,653.85
6 4 Ryder Wright 87.50 Andrews Rodeo Lock & Load $11,000.00
6 5 Joey Sonnier III 86.00 Big Stone Rodeo Inc. Rubels $6,769.23
6 6/6 Taos Muncy 85.50 Calgary Stampede Y U R Friskey $2,115.38
6 6/6 Wade Sundell 85.50 Outlawbuckers Rodeo OLS Tubs Little Muffin $2,115.38

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Tie-Down Roping – Round 6

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Cooper Martin 7.60 $26,230.77
6 2/3 Ryan Jarrett 7.80 $18,192.31
6 2/3 Reese Riemer 7.80 $18,192.31
6 4 Jake Pratt 8.10 $11,000.00
6 5 Trevor Brazile 8.30 $6,769.23
6 6 Ryle Smith 8.80 $4,230.77

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Barrel Racing – Round 6

 

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Hailey Kinsel 13.63 $26,230.77
6 2 Jessica Routier 13.73 $20,730.77
6 3 Ivy Conrado 13.75 $15,653.85
6 4 Amberleigh Moore 13.77 $11,000.00
6 5 Taci Bettis 13.82 $6,769.23
6 6 Stevi Hillman 13.90 $4,230.77

 

2018 Wrangler NFR Round Results
Presented by MGM Grand
Bull Riding – Round 6

Perf Place Contestant Score/
Time
Stock Contractor Stock Name Prize Money
6 1 Dustin Boquet 91.00 Hi Lo ProRodeo Company Divinity $26,230.77
6 2 Chase Dougherty 88.50 Wayne Vold Rodeo VJV Whiskey Hand $20,730.77
6 3 Koby Radley 88.00 Big Rafter Rodeo Times Up $15,653.85
6 4 Joe Frost 87.00 Big Stone Rodeo Inc. Mortimer $11,000.00
6 5 Parker Breding 86.50 4L & Diamond S Rodeo Monte Walsh $6,769.23
6 6 Jeff Askey 85.50 Rafter G Rodeo Chosin One $4,230.77

 

2018 NFR Las Vegas 5th go-round results

2018 NFR Las Vegas 5th go-round results

Here are the National Finals Rodeo fifth performance results from Monday, Dec. 10, 2018.

Bareback riding

1. Clayton Biglow, 93 points on C5 Rodeo’s Virgil, $26,231; 2. Richmond Champion; 88.5, $20,731; 3. (tie) Steven Dent and Bill Tutor; 88, $13,327 each; 5. Mason Clements, 87.5, $6,769; 6. Orin Larsen, 87, $4,231; 7. (tie) Ty Breuer and Shane O’Connell, 86.5; 9. (tie) Tim O’Connell, Kaycee Feild, and Will Lowe, 86.0; 12. Tilden Hooper, 84.5; 13. Caleb Bennett, 78.5; 14. Jake Brown, 77.5; 15. Wyatt Denny, NS. Average standings: 1. Kaycee Feild, 425 points on five head; 2. Steven Dent, 423; 3. Tilden Hooper, 420; 4. Tim O’Connell, 418.5; 5. Shane O’Connell, 416; 6. Will Lowe, 414.5; 7. Richmond Champion, 414; 8. Bill Tutor, 411.5. World standings: 1. Tim O’Connell, $227,147; 2. Caleb Bennett, $214,159; 3. Clayton Biglow, $192,551; 4. Kaycee Feild; $170,522; 5. Steven Dent, $169,131; 6. Orin Larsen, $165,617; 7. Richmond Champion, $157,319; 8. Bill Tutor, $154,162; 9. Mason Clements, $149,587; 10. Tilden Hooper, $144,750; 11. Jake Brown, $115,069; 12. Wyatt Denny, $113,728; 13. Shane O’Connell, $107,720; 14. Ty Breuer, $101,558; 15. Will Lowe, $86,017.

Steer wrestling

1. Will Lummus, 3.3 seconds, $26,231; 2. Tyler Waguespack, 3.5, $20,731; 3. Bridger Chambers, 3.7, $15,654; 4. Riley Duvall, 3.9, $8,885; 4. Kyle Irwin, 3.9, $8,885; 6. Hunter Cure, 4.0, $4,231; 7. (tie) Blake Mindemann and Jacob Talley, 4.2; 9. Scott Guenthner, 5.1; 10. Nick Guy, 7.4; 11. Blake Knowles, 8.1; 12. Ty Erickson, 15.6; 13. Tanner Brunner, 16.3; 14. (tie) Curtis Cassidy and Tyler Pearson, NT. Average standings: 1. Will Lummus, 20.7 seconds on five head; 2. Tyler Waguespack, 22.8; 3. Blake Knowles, 24.9; 4. Bridger Chambers, 33.3; 5. Riley Duvall, 38.8; 6. Nick Guy, 48.9; 7. Ty Erickson, 58.2; 8. Tanner Brunner, 69.5. World standings: 1. Curtis Cassidy, $157,894; 2. Will Lummus, $154,355; 3. Scott Guenthner, $148,650; 4. Tyler Waguespack, $142,045; 5. Tyler Pearson, $133,856; 6. Ty Erickson, $128,854; 7. Kyle Irwin, $128,275; 8. Hunter Cure, $122,268; 9. Bridger Chambers, $120,159; 10. Blake Knowles, $119,515; 11. Blake Mindemann, $106,919; 12. Tanner Brunner, $98,193; 13. Riley Duvall, $96,528; 14. Jacob Talley, $90,717; 15. Nick Guy, $88,373.

Team roping

1. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 3.8 seconds, $26,231; 2. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 3.9, $20,73; 3. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz and Erich Rogers/Clint Summers, 4.0, $13,327 each; 5. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 4.1, $6,769; 6. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 5.2, $4,231; 7. Tyler Wade/Cole Davison, 8.6; 8. (tie) Lane Ivy/Buddy Hawkins II and Derrick Begay/Cory Petska, 8.9; 10. Rhen Richard/Quinn Kesler, 9.5; 11. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 10.1; 12. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 10.3; 13. (tie) Bubba Buckaloo/Chase Tryan, Luke Brown/Jake Long and Clay Tryan, NT. Average standings: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 27.8 seconds on five head; 2. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 28.9; 3. Derrick Begay/Cory Petska, 42.2; 4. Rhen Richard/Quinn Kesler, 43.2; 5. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 17.4 seconds on four head; 6. Riley Minor /Brady Minor, 22; 7. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 25.1; 8. Erich Rogers/Clint Summers, 31. World standings (headers): 1. Clay Smith, $181,472.75; 2. Kaleb Driggers, $167,964; 3. Riley Minor, $139,361; 4. Cody Snow, $133,594; 5. Luke Brown, $130,756; 6. Dustin Egusquiza, $129,723; 7. Bubba Buckaloo, $127,990; 8. Aaron Tsinigine, $127,468; 9. Clay Tryan, $122,785; 10. Derrick Begay, $121,068; 11. Chad Masters, $120,304; 12. Lane Ivy, $103,688; 13. Erich Rogers. $98,450; 14. Rhen Richard, $92,790; 15. Tyler Wade, $83,145. World standings (heelers): 1. Paul Eaves, $181,473; 2. Junior Nogueira, $168,948; 3. Trey Yates, $141,862; 4. Joseph Harrison, $139,477; 5. Brady Minor, $138,169; 6. Jake Long, $130,756; 7. Wesley Thorp, $129,904; 8. Kory Koontz, $129,723; 9. Cory Petska, $127,525; 10. Travis Graves, $118,928; 11. Clint Summers, $109,563; 12. Chase Tryan, $107,406; 13. Buddy Hawkins II, $100,682; 14. Quinn Kesler, $88,906; 15. Cole Davison, $76,252.

Saddle bronc riding

1. Wade Sundell, 92 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Medicine Woman, $26,231; 2. Ryder Wright, 91, $20,731; 3. Rusty Wright, 90.5, $15,654; 4. Zeke Thurston, 90, $11,000; 5. Clay Elliott, 89.5, $6,769; 6. Chase Brooks, 88, $4,231; 7. Sterling Crawley, 87.5; 7. CoBurn Bradshaw, 87.5; 9. Isaac Diaz, 86.5; 10. Jacobs Crawley, 84.5; 11. Brody Cress, 83.5; 12. (tie) Jake Wright, Joey Sonnier III, Taos Muncy and Cort Scheer, NS. Average standings: 1. CoBurn Bradshaw, 421 points on five head; 2. Wade Sundell, 347; 3. Rusty Wright, 345; 4. Zeke Thurston, 343; 5. Cort Scheer, 342.5; 6. Clay Elliott, 339; 7. Jacobs Crawley, 334; 8. Ryder Wright, 264. World standings: 1. Ryder Wright, $232,194; 2. Jacobs Crawley, $204,331; 3. Rusty Wright, $193,684; 4. Cort Scheer, $171,073; 5. Wade Sundell, $168,732; 6. Isaac Diaz, $160,970; 7. Zeke Thurston, $155,637; 8. CoBurn Bradshaw, $132,325; 9. Jake Wright, $128,287; 10. Clay Elliott, $126,445; 11. Brody Cress, $121,588; 12. Sterling Crawley, $108,748; 13. Chase Brooks, $106,026; 14. Joey Sonnier III, $89,114l; 15. Taos Muncy, $88,790.

Tie-down roping

1. (tie) Reese Riemer, Ryan Jarrett and Trevor Brazile, 7.5, $20,872 each; 4. Matt Shiozawa, 8.1, $11,000; 5. Caleb Smidt, 8.5, $6,769; 6. Ryle Smith, 8.9, $4,231; 7. Tuf Cooper, 9.2; 8. Rhen Richard, 9.5; 9. Cory Solomon, 10.2; 10. Marty Yates, 14.6; 11. Cooper Martin, 18.0; 12. Jake Pratt, 19.4; 13. (tie) Tyson Durfey, Sterling Smith and Shane Hanchey, NT. Average standings: 1. Ryle Smith, 40.2 seconds on five head: 2. Caleb Smidt, 40.5; 3. Rhen Richard, 43.5; 4. Marty Yates, 45.9; 5. Reese Riemer, 49.5; 6. Matt Shiozawa, 50.2; 7. Trevor Brazile, 55.5; 8. Cooper Martin, 56.9. World standings: 1. Shane Hanchey, $164,347; 2. Marty Yates, $162,271; 3. Tuf Cooper, $158,095; 4. Caleb Smidt, $157,932; 5. Trevor Brazile, $149,874; 6. Ryle Smith, $148,826; 7. Reese Riemer, $141,262; 8. Tyson Durfey, $136,518; 9. Jake Pratt, $131,088; 10. Matt Shiozawa, $122,923; 11. Sterling Smith, $111,647; 12. Rhen Richard, $111,283; 13. Cory Solomon, $110,002; 14. Ryan Jarrett, $108,424; 15. Cooper Martin, $101,938.

Barrel racing

1. Ivy Conrado, 13.49 seconds, $26,231; 2. (tie) Hailey Kinsel and Kelly Bruner, 13.59, $18,192 each; 4. Taci Bettis, 13.65, $11,000; 5. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.81, $6,769; 6. Jessica Routier, 13.85, $4,231; 7. Lisa Lockhart, 13.91; 8. Nellie Miller, 13.96; 9. Tammy Fischer, 14.03; 10. (tie) Stevi Hillman and Carman Pozzobon, 14.06; 12. Amberleigh Moore, 18.59; 13. Tracy Nowlin, 18.76; 14. Jessie Telford, 18.99; 15. Kylie Weast, 24.20. Average standings: 1. Jessica Routier, 68.98 seconds on five runs; 2. Nellie Miller, 69.64; 3. Carman Pozzobon, 69.74; 4. Tammy Fischer, 69.84; 5. Amberleigh Moore, 73.14; 6. Hailey Kinsel, 73.52; 7. Jessie Telford, 74.05; 8. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 74.27. World standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $260,584; 2. Amberleigh Moore, $182,473; 3. Nellie Miller, $167,826; 4. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $160,805; 5. Lisa Lockhart, $159,746; 6. Jessica Routier, $158,627; 7. Ivy Conrado, $154,501; 8. Kylie Weast, $138,369; 9. Stevi Hillman, $133,559; 10. Jessie Telford, $133,457; 11. Kelly Bruner, $129,708; 12. Taci Bettis, $124,692; 13. Tracy Nowlin, $116,150; 14. Tammy Fischer, $101,277; 15. Carman Pozzobon, $101,177.

Bull riding

1. Eli Vastbinder, 91 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Record Rack’s Shootin’ Stars, $27,077; 2. Garrett Tribble, 89.5, $21,577; 3 (tie) Jeff Askey and Koby Radley, 87, $14,173 each; 5. Sage Kimzey, 78, $7,615; 6. Parker Breding, Chase Dougherty, Tyler Bingham, Dustin Bouquet, Roscoe Jarboe, Boudreaux Campbell, Cole Melancon, Joe Frost, Trevor Kastner, Trey Benton III, NS. Average standings: 1. Garrett Tribble, 262 on three head; 2. Joe Frost, 260; 3. Jeff Askey, 254.5; 4. Sage Kimzey, 254; 5. Parker Breding, 244; 6. Koby Radley, 171 on two head; 7. Trey Benton III, 170; 8. Chase Dougherty, 168.5. World standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $358,853; 2. Parker Breding, $218,463; 3. Garrett Tribble, $174,136; 4. Jeff Askey, $170,624; 5. Joe Frost, $162,150; 6. Chase Dougherty, $151,644; 7. Koby Radley, $144,418; 8. Trey Benton III, $141,393; 9. Dustin Boquet, $140,241; 10. Tyler Bingham, $135,064; 11. Eli Vastbinder, $132,191; 12. Roscoe Jarboe, $130,737; 13. Boudreaux Campbell, $116,431; 14. Cole Melancon, $109,973; 15. Trevor Kastner, $104,396.

All-around standings

1. Trevor Brazile, $291,257; 2. Tuf Cooper, $263,184; 3. Rhen Richard, $192,647; 4. Steven Dent, $168,718; 5. Ryle Smith, $165,332; 6. Curtis Cassidy, $145,122.

RAM Top Gun standings

1. Amberleigh Moore, $93,346; 2. Marty Yates, $75,788; 3. Rusty Wright, $70,077; 4. Cort Scheer, $69,231; 5. Caleb Smidt, $67,962; 6. Hailey Kinsel, $67,750; 7. Will Lummis, $67,398; 8. Ryder Wright, $67,116; 9. (tie) Paul Eaves and Clay Smith, $66,128 each.

NFR 2019 Schedule – National Finals Rodeo

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2018 NFR Las Vegas schedule — Dec. 11

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2018 NFR Las Vegas schedule — Dec. 11

TUESDAY

WRANGLER NFR 9-5

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

— 9 a.m.: All In Barrel Race, Race 2 Qualifying Round 2, Orleans Arena. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.LVBarrelRace.com.

— 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.-6 p.m.: South Point Western Gift Show, South Point Exhibit Hall. Free admission, open to the public.

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

— 10 a.m.-5 p.m.: Cowboy Marketplace Gift Show, Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. Free admission, open to the public.

— 10 a.m.-5 p.m.: Country Christmas, Sands 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, Steer Wrestlers. Cowboy Christmas, Rodeo Way. Free admission, open to the public. First come, first served; contestants depart at 2 p.m.

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

— 2:15-3 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

— 5 p.m.: Rump’s Rodeo Party hosted by Justin Rumford. The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Honky Tonk Saloon. Free admission, open to the public, 21 and older. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

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

— 6 p.m.-midnight: Silverton Casino Presents Cowboys & Indians After Parties, hosted by Justin Frazell. Veil Pavilion, inside Silverton Casino Hotel. All-ages viewing party, followed by live band. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.silvertoncasino.com/entertainment/nfr.

— 6:30 p.m.-4 a.m.: The Mirage Presents Rodeo Vegas 2018, at The Mirage Race & Sports Book. Official Wrangler NFR After-Party of the PRCA. Free concerts nightly. For more information, visit www.Mirage.com/NFR.

— 7 p.m.-2 a.m.: Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island. Live entertainment and drink specials nightly. Free admission, open to the public. For more information, visit www.TreasureIsland.com.

— 8 p.m.-2 a.m.: MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone, The Central at MGM Grand, near the 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.: Buckin’ Bash hosted by Justin Rumford. The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Bourbon Street Lounge. Live music, dancing, special guests and prizes nightly. Free admission, open to the public, 21 and older. For more information, visit www.BoydEvents.com/WNFR.

— 10:30-11:30 p.m.: National Finals Tonight Show, hosted by Don Gay, Joe Beaver and Dan Miller. The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Honky Tonk Saloon. 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, hosted by Flint Rasmussen and Randy Corley. South Point Showroom. Free admission, open to the public. Free concerts each night, following the presentations: Aaron Watson (tonight-Tuesday); Cody Johnson (Wednesday-Dec. 14); Sierra Black (Dec. 15).

CONCERTS

— Florida Georgia Line, Planet Hollywood, Zappos Theater, 866-919-7472, caesars.com/planet-hollywood

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

— Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan, Golden Nugget, The Showroom, 866.946.5336, goldennugget.com

— Easy 8’s, Silverton, Veil Pavilion, 702-263-7777, silvertoncasino.com

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

— Dale Watson, Treasure Island, Gilley’s, 702-894-7111, treasureisland.com

— Brett Rigby Band, Sam’s Town, Roxy’s Honky Tonk, 702-456-7777, samstownlv.com

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

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

NFR 2019 Schedule – National Finals Rodeo