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The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Live daily schedule — 14, Dec. 12

Wrangler NFR results through fourth day, Sunday, Dec. 10, from PRCA:

LAS VEGAS – South Dakota’s veteran rodeo star  Lisa Lockhart remains near the top in the barrel racing at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas after the fourth round on Sunday, Dec. 10, with a week left.

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Meanwhile, Mandan, North Dakota bareback bronc rider Ty Breuer won his first day round in his third NFR and Minnesota bareback bronc rider Tanner Aus remains in second place in the overall standings.

LAS VEGAS — Entering the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Tanner Milan didn’t own a round buckle from Rodeo’s Super Bowl. After Monday night, he now has two.

“In 2015, I didn’t win a round when I was here at the NFR, so this feels absolutely awesome,” Milan, of Cochrane, said. “I’ve won a crazy amount of money here ($62,462), and I can’t have a better feeling than I’m feeling right now.”

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In the ever-so-tight steer wrestling, winning two rounds is a game-changer. Milan now ranks No.4 in the PRCA World Standings trailing world No.1 Ty Erickson of Montana by $63,002 and sits fourth in the aggregate.

WNFR in 2013 and 2016. But this was his first victory. His previous best was a tie for third last season.

“It means the world,” Breuer said. “My wife and I just had a little girl. It’s just been fun being here.”

Breuer had never been on Risky Business before. So, he called up someone who had to do a little research. It helped.

“I had heard about that horse a couple times this year and got to see it once,” said the 27-year-old from North Dakota. “I saw (Devan) Reilly get on him in the Pendleton (Ore., Round-Up) short round and I called him about it. He said, ‘It’s going to be fun and just let him roll.

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Mason Clements, 88.5 points on Korkow Rodeos’ Onion Ring, $26,231; 2. (tie) Caleb Bennett on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Good Time, Richmond Champion on Dirty Jacket and Bill Tutor on Scarlett’s Web, 88, $15,795 each; 5. (tie) J.R. Vezain and Orin Larsen, 87.5, $5,500 each; 7. Clayton Biglow, 86.5; 8. (tie) Tanner Aus and Jake Brown, 86 each; 10. Steven Dent, 85.5; 11. Jake Vold, 85; 12. Tim O’Connell, 83; 13. Ty Breuer, 81.5; 14. Wyatt Denny, 78; 15. R.C.

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The PRCA is launching ProRodeoTV.com, a subscription-based product with multiple distribution channels that will livestream rodeos from around North America.

Subscribers will be able to not only follow along and watch rodeos live, but they’ll also have access to more than 50 years of PRCA rodeo archives.

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The person chosen to sing the anthem in front of crowds of rodeo enthusiasts is chosen annually by competition.

Over a hundred hopefuls submit auditions, like the one on the screen, and voters along with judges narrow them down to eight.

“I happen to be one of those top eight individuals,” commented Jessica Cason.

Cason is a woman hailing from Ballinger. When she got the news, to say she was excited would be an understatement.

“I’m calling everyone I know, my husband, my mother in law, my mom, my dad and telling everyone sending out texts.”

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“In all caps, pretty much screaming that she made it to the final eight,” commented her husband, Wacey Cason.

John Harrison, a world-class rodeo clown, will be part of all three shows– 7:30 p.m. Friday night, 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

One day, they needed somebody to clown around and they tapped Harrison.

He and his trusty horse, Juice, have been entertaining crowds and keeping the cowboys and cowgirls safe for nearly 20 years.

Also, Lynn Parman, president and CEO of the American Royal, wants to make sure everybody knows that the fun continues after the last act.

Tailgating with live music keeps things going after the rodeo.

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The rodeo will be the final chance for competitors to qualify for the Super Bowl of the rodeo world, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) later this year in Las Vegas.

Sioux Falls PREMIER Rodeo is sponsored by First PREMIER Bank / PREMIER Bankcard to help bring new, exciting, and popular entertainment to the Sioux Falls area.

Part of the “Wrangler Champions Challenge,” presented by Justin Boots, and produced by Sutton Rodeo of South Dakota, the event features a $256,000 purse, with $128,000 in prize money given away each night.

Sioux Falls PREMIER Rodeo showcases the sport’s superstars in a made-for-TV format that pits top contestants in each Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) event against the best rodeo stock in the world, in a unique $896,000 team competition, with $10,000 in prize money going to the winners at each event.

If you’re ready to be roped into a great time for the whole family, saddle up and ride to this weekend’s American Royal Pro Rodeo

The Wrangler Champions Challenge Series is billed by the PRCA as a mini-NFR performance and is telecast to 61 million households by CBS Sports Network and live streamed on the Wrangler Network online.

Other top rodeo personnel performing include Barrelman Keith Isley, 12-time Clown of the Year, Comedy Act and Coors Man in the Can; and Specialty Act Loop Rawlins, five-time award-winning Wild West Show performer and finalist on America’s Got Talent.