MISSOULA – No sport creates a family atmosphere quite like rodeo. Competitors often act like teammates, traveling together and cheering for one other. That camaraderie
Montana is a rodeo haven. The Treasure State has produced some of the world’s best in just about every event – except for tie-down roping. But a new haven is emerging.
Jess Lockwood is on fire once again. The 2017 PBR World Champion went 2-for-2 in the 19th annual Dakota Community Bank & Trust Touring Pro Division event Saturday night at the Bismarck Event Center, using an 89.5-point ride on Acting Crazy and 89.5-point ride on Jungle Can Do to pick up 225 world points.
Miles City tie-down roper Haven Meged came into the College National Finals Rodeo in fifth in the World PRCA standings, so it was no surprise to see him in the lead heading into Saturday’s championship short go. But the gold buckle is still sweet.
Belt PRCA Rodeo Belt, Mont., June 15-16 PERFORMANCE ONE RESULTS Bareback riding leaders: 1. Caleb Bennett, 85 points on Brookman Rodeo’s Flirtacious; 2. Richmond Champion,
Coby Johnon, riding for Wyoming’s Sheridan College, became the first man to ride three bulls at the 71st College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR). Johnson, a freshman from Firth, Idaho, won the third round on Friday night with an 83-point ride on Frontier Rodeo’s bull Over The Top.
The Montana circuit kicks off this weekend in with the 59th annual Belt PRCA Rodeo. Yearly added prize money draws top-notch competitors to the Belt
Saddle bronc riders made the most of their opportunities on Thursday night at the 71st annual College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR).
(Editor’s note: CNFR media release) CASPER, Wyo. — The second performance of the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) saw two ropers dominate their events and
(Editor’s note: CNFR media release) CASPER, Wyo. – The first performance of the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) got underway on Tuesday night at the
(Editor’s note: PRCA media release) COLORADO SPRINGS – Luke Branquinho, a five-time PRCA Steer Wrestling World Champion, had his season end abruptly June 2 when
Competing at her home arena, Casper College barrel racer Makayla Seely is one of three Wyoming contestants in the lead after the first round of slack Monday morning at the 70th annual College National Finals Rodeo.
Champions were crowned in 13 different events Saturday night after the final round of the Montana High School Rodeo Finals in Baker.
An extremely muddy arena, temperatures in the mid-30s and a bull rope that had much more mud than rosin on it was not enough to slow down 2017 World Champion Jess Lockwood this weekend in Deadwood, South Dakota.
(Editor’s note: WCRA media release) GREEN BAY, Wis. – The World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA) closed out their second $1,000,000 major of 2019 offering $111,000