Here are the 2nd go-round results from the National Finals Rodeo in Arlington, Texas.
Steer wrestler Matt Reeves talks about the health protocols at this year’s National Finals Rodeo. His wife is a nurse, providing him insight into the virus.
Here are the 1st go-round results from the National Finals Rodeo in Arlington, Texas.
The National Finals Rodeo kicked off Thursday night from Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
NFR 2020 is approaching the final go-rounds, and although you can’t head down to the Thomas & Mack Center to watch in person, here is how you can keep up with the action.
The COVID-19 pandemic was responsible for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association opting to move NFR to Dallas this year, but the 10-day rodeo will be back in 2021.
The National Finals Rodeo is returning to Texas, where it began in 1959. It won’t be held in Las Vegas for the first time in 35 years.
Officials will attend the National Finals Rodeo to ensure that the biggest cash cow on the local sports calendar doesn’t wander too far from Las Vegas amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Two ancillary events to the National Finals Rodeo are moving to Fort Worth, Texas, for a year — the popular Cowboy Christmas gift show and the nine-event Junior World Finals.
The pandemic will move the National Finals Rodeo, one of the most successful special events on the Las Vegas calendar, to the home of baseball’s Texas Rangers this year.
The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted substantial financial damage on the Las Vegas sports scene. Fans may need patience before a full recovery takes place.
The retail gift show, held annually at the Las Vegas Convention Center, won’t occur because of the coronavirus pandemic, regardless of whether the rodeo occurs.
Sponsors of the National Finals Rodeo are looking elsewhere to stage its “Super Bowl” because a lack of gate receipts means no prize money for cowboy contestants.
The PRCA, which puts on the National Finals Rodeo, said it’s still mulling its options amid the coronavirus pandemic, which include possibly hosting it outside of Las Vegas.
Hall of Fame musician Charlie Daniels, who was 83 when he died this past week, was so enamored of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas that he wrote a song about it.