Shad Mayfield won the National High School Rodeo Association tie-down roper championship in July 2018. Seventeen months later, he is in Las Vegas for the biggest rodeo of them all.
Here are the National Finals Rodeo sixth performance results from Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019.
Matt Sherwood, a 50-year-old header, and Hunter Koch, a 22-year-old heeler, have been team roping together since June, and have finished in the money three times at the NFR.
Defending world champion Tyler Waguespack became the first steer wrestler to win two go-rounds Tuesday night at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas Mack Center.
As Thanksgiving Day approached, defending world champion team roper Clay Smith certainly had much to be grateful for from the past 12 months.
Rodeo legend Trevor Brazile talks to Cassie Soto about what it’s like to compete in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
On Monday morning at the Wrangler Rodeo Arena, housed on the second floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center, a group of local special needs children got to try their hand at rodeo.
Here are the National Finals Rodeo fifth performance results from Monday.
Prior to Monday’s NFR fifth round, steer wrestler Kyle Irwin only had cashed once, for sixth-place money.
Steer wrestler J.D. Struxness, bareback rider Tanner Aus putting non-rodeo state on the map with impressive early round performances.
Nevada bareback rider Trenten Montero talks to Renee Summerour about competing in his first National Finals Rodeo.
In 2018, the NFR welcomed a new charitable event to its fold, the Golden Circle of Champions. Twenty pediatric patients who are fighting or have beaten cancer — 10 from across the country, and 10 from Southern Nevada — were treated to a weekend of rodeo festivities in Las Vegas.
When Kaycee Feild discusses what happened to him back on March 31, one can’t help but be shocked that the 32-year-old cowboy is actually again among the field of 120 at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
When you think of Cowboy Christmas, things that typically leap to mind are hats, boots, perhaps jeans and other Western wear.
Perhaps the best thing that ever happened to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo was a live TV feed to hotel properties all over Las Vegas.