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The PRCA is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association and Northlands Coliseum to offer a livestream broadcast of the 44th Canadian Finals Rodeo on ProRodeoTV.

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The Nov. 8-12 CFR will be exclusively broadcasted from Edmonton, Alberta, on ProRodeoTV.com. The broadcast will be available via home computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

“We are extremely excited and honored to be the exclusive content provider of the great Canadian Finals Rodeo through our relationship with the CPRA,” said PRCA Chief Operating Officer Aaron Enget.


National Rodeo Finals in Las Vegas he has a work ethic and discipline beyond most adults. National Junior High Finals Rodeo took place in Lebanon, Tennessee, where the nations top 6th, 7th, and 8th grade rodeo athletes battled it out for various championship

Third-grader Lealond Henderson has spent the first half of this year as the number one ranked mini-bareback rider in the world. But being on top of the Pee Wee Division has come with some hard hits — even mild concussions.

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“And I had a big ol’ rainbow across my head where a horse kicked me when I landed on my hands and knees.Sam Houston State University, 81 points. 2, Layne Graham, Fort Scott Community College, 77.5. 3, Paden Hurst, Wharton County Junior College, 76.5. 4, Tristan Hansen, University of Montana – Western,74.5. 5, Jim Bob Ellsworth, South Dakota State University, 74. 6, (tie) Matt Borton, Missouri Valley College, and Rio Lee, Cochise College, 73.5. 8, Kody Lamb, Tarleton State University, 71.5. (total on three) 1, Lane McGehee, Sam Houston State University, 234.5 points. 2, Tristan Hansen, University of Montana

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National Finals Rodeo wrapped up on Saturday with Sam Houston State winning the women’s team championship and Panhandle State capturing the men’s title at the Casper Events Center in Casper, WY.

Hailing from the Southern Region, the Bearkats were led to the women’s title by Loni Lester, who was named the CNFR all-around cowgirl and breakaway roping champion. The junior from Gonzales, Texas, also competed in the barrel racing and won the third round with a time of 13.98 seconds.