The Wranger National Finals Rodeo will raise its purse for the third consecutive year to $14.9 million — almost $4 million more than 2022’s purse.
National Finals Rodeo
The National Finals Rodeo attracted 173,350 spectators over the past 10 days, up from 169,539 in 2021, and extended its performance sellout streak to 350.
Check out the best photos from the 2022 National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Here are the 10th go-round results from the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Zeke Thurston outlasted three challengers to earn the saddle bronc championship as the National Finals Rodeo concluded Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Steer wrestler Hunter Cure joins us for Live at 4:45 p.m. from Day 9 of the 2022 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
With out-of-state competitors continuously trying to hijack the “Super Bowl of Rodeo,” should Las Vegas invest in a venue to keep the event here forever?
The past two years, COVID-19 did a number on the Exceptional Rodeo, canceling the event. It returned in a big way Thursday morning, moving back to the Thomas & Mack.
For 37 years, Pat Christenson’s fingerprints have been all over the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo. So indeed, the 2022 NFR isn’t his first rodeo. Far from it. It’s his last.
Here are the 9th go-round results from the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
The 2022 National Finals Rodeo’s 9th go-round took place at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Friday night. Check out the action here.
Superstar Stetson Wright clinched his fourth consecutive all-around cowboy title Tuesday, but money and championships are still to be won on the final night of the National Finals Rodeo.
Barrel racer Leslie Smalygo joined us for Live at 4:45 p.m. from Day 9 of the 2022 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
He had to stand in a considerable line to do so, but Tayton Sears got to meet all the Wrangler NFR bull riders during an autograph session Thursday at Gilley’s, inside Treasure Island.
The rodeo has felt different without Sage Kimzey, who reached the Wrangler NFR from 2014-21 — each of his first eight seasons — and won seven bull riding world championships.