2017 National Little Britches Association Finals to be delayed by two hours. The performance scheduled for July 4th at 9am CST will begin at 11am CST now. 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
Las Vegas’ first and only practice arena and stalls presented by Heel-O-Matic. Team roping practice will be held daily Dec. 4-16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with grade A and B live steers or Heel-O-Matic’s Ultimate Ground Driven Trainer available for use. The Plaza will also offer live NFR viewing parties, free shuttle service and numerous drink and food specials during the 10-day event.
Rodeo Association (CPRA) standings for 2017, a career best for her and one she hopes to top in the 2018 season. You may recognize Weir by her maiden name. She grew up as a “Dodds” in the famous rodeo community of Ponoka, Alberta, and has four CFR qualifiers in her family to draw on for inspiration: her father Joe, uncle John, and cousins Jordan and Jake are all past competitors at Canada’s premier rodeo.
Stay tuned to FloRodeo for the latest information on everything about the 2017 National Little Britches Association Finals.Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the future wave of cowboy and cowgirl talent will share a portion of the Las Vegas spotlight. The second annual Junior NFR will raise the bar set by last year’s inaugural rodeo, as more qualifiers, events, and competition days will make for an even grander spectacle.
Weir will be running her main mount, “Moons Dyna,” simply known as “Dyna,” at Agribition; the duo had wins at the Moose Mountain, Bonnyville, and Oldstoberfest pro rodeos this year and will be looking to expand on their success during the 2018 season.
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WNFR competitors walk the gold carpet, dressed to impress, before entering the private welcome reception. Notable attendees include Sage Kimzey, ranked No. 1 Bull Rider in earnings; Lisa Lockhart, fan favorite barrel racer and last year’s NFR Average winner; Trevor Brazille and brother-in-law Tuf Cooper return to the NFR as number 1 and 2 in PRCA World Standings for the All-Around race.
2017 PBR Built Ford Tough World Finals are sure to be an intense and pressure-packed competition, with a number of riders eyeing the gold buckle and $1 million bonus at the at the T-Mobile Arena in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Nov. 1-5.