LAS VEGAS – These two are definitely no strangers and their familiarity led to even more success on Tuesday night.

LAS VEGAS – Winning a PRCA World Championship is all about seizing the moment at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo presented by Teton Ridge.

LAS VEGAS – The memorable, record-breaking regular season by tie-down roper Riley Webb finally spilled over into the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo presented by Teton Ridge Sunday night.
 
The ultra-talented Denton, Texas, cowboy clocked a lightning fast 6.9-second run to claim the Round 3 victory before 17,625 fans at the Thomas & Mack Center.

LAS VEGAS – Make it two-for-two in record-breaking fashion for team ropers Clint Summers/Jake Long before 17,693 fans Saturday night at the Thomas & Mack Center.
 
Summers/Long won again with Round 2-record tying run of 3.8 seconds. The duo won Round 1 with a 4.2-second run.

LAS VEGAS – Rocker Steiner's second-consecutive trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo couldn't have started any better Friday night.

Due to the tragic event that took place on the UNLV Campus today, the Las Vegas Events Board of Trustees and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Board of Directors announced that the first performance of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 7, has been cancelled.

A raucous crowd was entertained by incredible runs in the Jim Norick Coliseum as the scores of the 2023 National Reining Horse Association Futurity MS Diamonds TX Level 4 Finals climbed higher and higher. The audience was confident that Brian Bell and Crystalized Whizkey would take the win with a 225.5, but if the sport has proven anything, it’s that it’s not over until it’s over.

The Jim Norick Coliseum was rocking on Friday, Dec. 1, for the Finals of the 2023 National Reining Horse Association CINCH Non Pro Futurity. The night was filled with all the emotions one could want in a finals, with everyone from first-timers to veterans vying for a title.

Andrea Fappani Leads Field of Open Finalists on Inferno Thirty Five

A competitive field of 3-year-old horses and their riders tested their skills Nov. 29 in the Jim Norick Coliseum for the Level 4 Open Semi-Finals sponsored by Not Ruf At All, hoping to put together a second solid run that would earn them a trip to the MS Diamonds TX Level 4 Open Finals on Dec. 2. All day, scores kept going up and up, as riders added the semifinal scores to their first-round scores for composites that indicate consistency as well as fiery talent.

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