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I’ve been in some big pressure situations already, even at my age,” he noted. “I’ve been in front of huge crowds. Me and my brothers Wyatt and Sam had a contract and we’ve been performing for crowds upwards of 18,000 since we were nine years old. We were the contract act to Canada twice and we performed for the queen and Prince William and Kate, and met them and shook their hands (in 2011 at the Calgary Stampede).

National Finals Rodeo is definitely not for the faint of heart. It’s a battle royal to live to ride another day, but sometimes it doesn’t work out that way.


How Steven Peebles and Kaycee Feild managed to stay atop their bucking horses in bareback riding can’t be fathomed. They split Round 4 in what Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association commentators called a heavyweight toe-to-toe fight. Here’s a YouTube video of their high-stakes battle:

In four nights at the Thomas & Mack Center, Steven has earned nearly $100,000 in Las Vegas, $95,356 to be exact, with six rounds to go. It’s a jackpot visit already and a real chance to double and more.

She entered just 39 WPRA-sanctioned rodeos in 2015 — the fewest among the top five in the world standings — and averaged $3,900 each time she left the arena. Lockhart also pocketed $38,000 at RodeoHouston.

And while she is more than willing to discuss her wildly successful summer, don’t ask about winning the world title.

“I try not to talk about it,” she said firmly. “Never have.”

But others definitely will.

After one of the most financially rewarding summers in barrel racing history, Lockhart is definitely in title contention when the National Finals Rodeo begins today in Las Vegas.

Talk about living up to the family name. The late Lane Frost grew up on a dairy farm, and as a youngster was an outstanding wrestler. His mother and father moved their family to Oklahoma in 1978. Five years later, he was a full-time bull rider. Lane won his world championship in 1987.

On July 30, 1989, at 25, Lane completed a sensational 91-point ride on a bull named Takin’ Care of Business. Before he could scramble to safety, however, he was gored in the side. He took a few steps and collapsed. Lane’s injuries — broken ribs that punctured his heart and lungs — were fatal.

Three years later, second-cousin Joe Frost was born, and the legacy continues. After Lane’s death, Professional Bull Riders founder Cody Lambert created the protective vest that all cowboys must now wear when riding bulls.

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The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, coming up in Las Vegas December 1 – 12, 2016

The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, coming up in Las Vegas December 3 – 12, 2015, is the culmination of a yearlong struggle on the wide-open rodeo road. Professional cowboys and cowgirls have vied for a coveted spot in the top 15 of their respective events so they can take their place in the Thomas & Mack Center arena for 10 nights of rodeo action, battling on dirt for a chunk of an unprecedented $10 million in prize money and a chance to be crowned world champion.

The reigning world champion bull rider, Sage Kimzey, shattered records last year as only the second rookie bull rider in the history of rodeo to win a world title. This year, his dominance at the top of the standings has continued, and he’s well-positioned to be a repeat champion. Kimzey is no rookie anymore.

The 2015 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo got off to a historical start Thursday night when Trevor Brazile, the 22-time world champion, won tie-down roping with a 6.8-second run, the fastest Round 1 time in NFR history.

“That’s sweet, I had no idea,” Trevor told the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association after setting the new record. “I’m going to stay aggressive. Some people will be wondering about me taking a risk by only taking one wrap instead of two so early in the week.

“You just have to go with your gut. I’ve been to a few National Finals, and when I feel like the risk is necessary, I will try it. I’ve had it go both ways. I’ve reaped the benefits and suffered the consequences

The CFR showcases the 2015 season’s top 12 rodeo athletes in seven events in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association. They’ll battle for almost $1.6 million in purse money and exemption invitations to the Semi-Finals of RFD-TV’s THE AMERICAN, presented by Polaris RANGER, Feb. 17-21 in Texas. Nearly 100,000 rodeo fans are expected to fill Edmonton’s Rexall Place, the home of the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers.

The broadcast, aired in partnership with 840 CFCW and cfcw.com, will include CFCW’s veteran broadcast team:  sportscaster Tim Ellis; three-time Canadian All-Around Champion and 1991 Canadian Saddle Bronc Riding Champion Duane Daines; rodeo reporter Dianna Finstad and 2008 Miss Rodeo Canada Jenna Verhun.

Kaycee Feild and five other guys ahead of me, and I’m here to win a world title,” he told PRCA. “I’m going to press every night and ride all of them like it’s for the world title. I wrote down my goals when I left this arena last year, and I went and evaluated what I did wrong and what I could do better. My goal is to be the 2015 world champion, and I’m planning on riding like it.”

The team-roping duo of Aaron Tsinigine and Ryan Motes won with a 4.1-second time, tied for the second-fastest Round 1 time ever at NFR. Steer wrestler K.C. Jones began his ninth appearance in Las Vegas by picking up the fourth NFR round win of his career, and the first in Round 1 and a $26,231 check.

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Cowboys and cowgirls competed this past weekend at the Badlands Circuit regional rodeo event in Minot, N.D.Champions crowned at Badlands regional rodeo event

The winning cowboys and cowgirls in each of seven events will go on to represent North Dakota and South Dakota at the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo on April 6-9, 2017, in Kissimmee, Fla.


For a few cowboys, their ticket was punched well before they came to Minot.

For others, it came down to the final performance on Sunday.

Year-end winners who won the most money throughout the season, and average winners, those who earned the most points or had the fastest times throughout the four performances in Minot, will compete at the RNCFR.


Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D. finished his 2016 circuit rodeo season as the year-end and the average champion.

The 26-year-old cowboy won checks in all four rounds in Minot and won the average with a total of 334 points on four head.

He has a busy fall and winter ahead of him; he gets married to fiancée Kelli Nutter in two weeks, then has qualified to compete at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas in early December. This will be his second time to compete at the Wrangler NFR.

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Two South Dakota men won the RAM Badlands Circuit steer wrestling titles.

Chason Floyd, Buffalo, S.D. earned the year-end Badlands title, and Taz Olson, Prairie City, S.D., had a combined time of 19.4 seconds on four runs to win the average title.

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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.

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Breding, a 23-year-old from Edgar, is making his second NFR appearance. He enters the rich rodeo in second place among bull riders with 2015 earnings of $122,041. That trails leader Sage Kinzey by about $52,000, and that’s not much at a 10-performance event that features a payout of $26,230 for first place each night.


Each December, the top 15 bareback riders, steer wrestlers, team roping competitors, saddle bronco riders, tie-down ropers, barrel racers, and bull riders qualify to compete in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.

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National Finals Rodeo live 2015In order to house all of the competitors, a crew of 175 put in approximately 28 hours to transform the Thomas & Mack Center from a basketball arena to the home of the world’s biggest rodeo. The set-up requires the use of 2,500 tons of dirt, 1,500 metal panels and 250 bow gates and frames inside and outside the arena, officials said.

National Finals Rodeo qualifiers either live in Stephenville or Erath County, graduated from Stephenville High School or competed in rodeo at Tarleton State University.

With the help of Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo committee members July Danley, Ben Clements and Sheila Williams, as well as statistics published by the PRCA website, ProRodeo.com, here is a closer look at the careers and seasons of these athletes as they prepare for the “Super Bowl of Rodeo.”

The long weekend starts with the sponsor dinner, provided by Mano and the Red House BBQ gang, Thursday evening, Aug. 18, when we acknowledge and show our appreciation to our many valued sponsors and committee members. This year members of the public are invited to attend with a pre-purchased $13 ticket. Friday, Aug. 19 evening brings our first PRCA performance into the arena at 7 p.m. Saturday the 20th is another fun-filled day with entries in the parade, a 6 p.m. rodeo performance, and big rodeo dance that follows the rodeo featuring a live band. Dance tickets are available at the gate.

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LAS VEGAS –Timing is everything, and the new Elite Rodeo Athletes (ERA) tour is using it to make a point.

The ERA Wednesday morning announced its 2016 tour schedule, smack in the middle the rival PRCA’s National Finals Rodeo. The ERA is currently in a legal battle with the PRCA over whether members will be able to compete on the PRCA as of January.

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The PRCA released a statement in October announcing new bylaws for the 2016 season. Within the new rules is a measure to make sure cowboys and cowgirls “are not pursuing interests in Conflicting Rodeo Associations while receiving the benefits of PRCA membership.

We’ll start things off in Saddle Bronc with Coy Thorson from Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Coy would hold on for the full ride and finish with a 54 on the day.

The cowboy side of Las Vegas is coming out this weekend because the National Finals Rodeo is in town.

For the next week, the Thomas & Mack Center will be home to bull riding, steer wrestling and more.

Pat Christenson, the president of Las Vegas Events, says 90 percent of the people that come to NFR are from out of town, which is good news for the city’s economy.

“We’re going to spend money beyond what we would ever spend back home,” said Anne Jacobs of Cimarron, Kansas.

Anton Sinzger, a co-owner of Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas, says the NFR helps overcome the slow business in December when there aren’t as many conventions and conferences taking place.

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority says the rodeo attracts more than 50,000 unique visitors and injects nearly $70 million into the economy.

Moving on to Steer Wrestling we have Chance Anderson from Mckinnon, Wyoming. He’d take him down in just 4.36 seconds to take first on the day.

Next, we have Carson Good representing Wall, South Dakota. Valiant effort from Carson – he doesn’t give up, but he would get no time for this go round.

Austin Anderson up next, competing out of Billings, Montana. Austin would take him down in 6.93 seconds to finish 4th this go round.

Now let’s take a look at some Pole Bending action. Shay Hough competing in her hometown of Gillette. Shay would finish the run in 20.712 seconds to take 8th on the day.

And here we have Alyssa Lockhart from Oelrichs, South Dakota. She’d finish in 25.299 seconds.

Up next we go to Team Roping with Wheaton Williams from Big Horn, Wyoming, and Jerren Johnson out of Casper. The two would tie up the steer in 7.21 seconds.

The schedule includes Sheridan, Wyoming, on September 3, 2016, at the fairgrounds, but no Montana stops.

Last month, share owners of the ERA filed a lawsuit against the PRCA, claiming ‘unfair and illegal bylaws’ passed by the PRCA. The antitrust class action suit is officially filed as The Elite Rodeo Association, Trevor Brazile, Bobby Mote, and Ryan Motes vs. the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Inc.

The PRCA released a statement in October announcing new bylaws for the 2016 season. Within the new rules is a measure to make sure cowboys and cowgirls “are not pursuing interests in Conflicting Rodeo Associations while receiving the benefits of PRCA membership.”

Several current and former PRCA world champions announced earlier this year that they would collectively form the ERA to ensure less travel while hoping to earn more money. Last month, the ERA announced its cowboys and cowgirls would cut back on PRCA rodeos to focus more attention on the new tour.

The PRCA responded by announcing that “any person applying for PRCA membership who is an officer, board member, employee or has an ownership or financial interest of any form in a Conflicting Rodeo Association shall not be issued a membership, permit or renewal of membership with the PRCA.”

The ERA features 80 of the sport’s top rodeo athletes including world champions Clay Tryan, Kaycee Feild, Bobby Mote and Trevor Brazile. Its tour will consist of 15 regular-season performances in 8 cities beginning March 25th in Redmond, Oregon, concluding with its 2016 ERA World Championship in Dallas. All tour events will be televised Wednesday nights in primetime on FOX Sports 2.