What TV Channel is the National Finals Rodeo on ProRodeoTv live NFR 2017 CBS Sports Network

The Dec. 7-16 National Finals Rodeo will be exclusively broadcasted from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, on ProRodeoTV.com. The 10-day Wrangler NFR is broadcast live on CBS Sports Network through DISH channel 158, and DirecTV channel 221. The broadcast will be available via home computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Watch National Finals Rodeo live exclusively on CBS Sports Network right here – SUBSCRIBE.

The PRCA is going digital old videos as far back as the 1959 NFR thus the content can be streamed on ProRodeoTV. On September, the PRCA has launched ProRodeoTV.com, a subscription-based product, with multiple distribution channels which will provide livestream more than 50 years of PRCA rodeo archives from around North America.

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ProRodeoTV will broadcast PRCA-sanctioned rodeos live from around North America, including more than 20 of the organization’s biggest rodeos in 2018.

Fans domestically will be able to watch the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo presented by Polaris RANGER following a 12-hour delay after it has aired live. International subscribers will have live streaming access to the WNFR.

National Finals Rodeo 2017 Live Online TV

Watching the National Finals Rodeo livestream is as easy as logging on to ProRodeoTV.com and signing up for a subscription. The ProRodeoTV offers a variety of premium archived rodeo footage including videos of past NFR performances. ProRodeoTV will broadcast the National Finals Rodeo 2017 along with more than 20 rodeos during the 2018 season.

They determined it would be best for the PRCA to operate its own platform, giving it complete ownership rights to the content.

ProRodeoTV.com will generate revenue for its membership, providing a chance to give back to the organization.

“This is not only an opportunity to put more rodeo content at the disposal of our fans, but also a way to bring more money into the PRCA, which benefits the hard-working members of our association,” Stressman said. “ProRodeoTV is the future, and the future is now.”

The National Finals Rodeo Committee has named Boyd Polhamus to succeed Shawn Davis as production manager of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo presented by Polaris RANGER.

Known as the richest and most prestigious rodeo in the world, the Wrangler NFR attracts the top 15 contestants in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding to compete for a share of the $10 million purse and the coveted Gold Buckle. In 2016, the event had a total attendance of 168,859 over the 10 days of competition and has sold out more than 300 consecutive performances.

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How to Watch NFR (National Finals Rodeo) 2017 Live Stream Without Cable

Do you want to watch NFR (National Finals Rodeo) live online without cable? If you’re a rodeo fan, then you probably love National Finals Rodeo. Many people are wondering if you can watch National Finals Rodeo online without cable? Unfortunately, for years the only way to watch NFR was with a cable subscription. But now a couple of ways exist to watch the National Finals Rodeo online, with no cable contract required. And, don’t worry – there are completely legal NFR live stream options. No sketchy streams. No pop-up ads. You can even watch WNFR online without cable.

Watch NFR Without Cable

You don’t need cable, or to go to a bar to watch the Wrangler NFR on December 7–16, 2017. Watch National Finals Rodeo live stream without cable each night on the CBS Sports Network from 10 p.m. – 1 a.m. (ET) every night. To watch WNFR online, you will need a good internet connection (at least 5MB), a decent amount of cash and likely a few friends to chip in. If you really want, you can even watch the National Finals Rodeo on your PC, iPhone or Android, but we think you’ll want to tune into the big screen. Watch NFR online without cable – Subscribe HERE.

Somewhere your cable TV is not available or not in service causes not allow to watch NFR live action. Forget your costly Cable Pay-Per-View and choose one of these online services that permit you to lawfully watch the National Finals Rodeo without cable or satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158. If you don’t want to do this you should start checking for a local bar that is playing the year ending big events.

Cable Television of CBS Sports Network is going to telecast the 10 days Vegas event nationwide. This is the most common way to watch NFR events. But, Watching National Finals Rodeo online is the popular and reasonable method for US people using Desktop, Laptop, Mac, Macbook, iPad, iPhone, various Android Tabs, and phones. Viewers can watch NFR on channel 221 online on DirecTV.

Ways to Watch NFR Online

Just go to the NFR Live Stream page where you will find two different ways to watch live stream to access your favorite NFR events. So, join the live stream and start watching the National Finals Rodeo online without downloading any apps from the store. All you need to sign up the form and log in your profile to access the live stream from the online apps.

Canadian NFR fans can watch on CBS Sports Net carriers Rogers, Bell Aliant, Cogeco, SaskTel, Canadian Cable Systems and Ontario, Inc. The Canadian rodeo fans also can enjoy the 10-day event online stream right HERE.

NFR Radio Broadcast

The WNFR also live tune in radio broadcast on the ProRodeoLive.com radio player or SiriusXM Rural Radio Ch-147.

Never plan to watch the National Finals Rodeo from any open-source, especially legally. Most of the time there have some illegal live streams pop up, but you CBS Sports Network is ferocious about shutting them down.

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Tuf Cooper will Wear No. 1 Back Number at National Finals Rodeo 2017

Three-time world champion Tuf Cooper of Weatherford, TX will wear the number 1 back number at the National Finals Rodeo 2017. He’ll enter the year ended Las Vegas NFR 2017.

The 27-year-old is ranked No. 1 in the PRCA’s 2017 world all-around title race with $214,131. Tuf has qualified nine times for the WNFR in 2008-2017 and this is the first time he will wear No. 1 back number in both world all-around and tie-down roping title races. In the meantime, Trevor Brazile, 40, wore the No. 1 back number.

Moreover, Cooper was a world title contender only in tie-down roping when he earned his first eight NFR berths. Tuf earned Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s tie-down roping world titles in 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Cooper’s fans will be happy to learn that he has become a world-class steer roper as well as the world-class tie-down roper, which bring him a world all-around title contender. Next, he will be seen at the Steer Roping finals in Mulvane, KS, November 10th-11th. Then the NFR 2017 in Vegas.

Three-time WNFR qualifier, Tim O’Connell of Zwingle, Iowa, will wear the No. 2 back number. He grabs the number one position in the 2017 bareback riding world title race and his total earning is $201,916 in the regular season.

23-time PRCA world champion, Trevor Brazile will wear the No. 3 back number at the Las Vegas-based NFR 2017.

Saddle bronc rider Jacobs Crawley, barrel racer Tiany Schuster and bull rider Sage Kimzey will wear consecutively No. 4, 5, 6 back number.

According to prorodeo.com, no competitor at the 2017 WNFR will wear the number 58.

“In coordination with Las Vegas Events,” PRCA Chief Operating Officer, Aaron Enget said, “we have decided not to issue the number 58 as a way to pay our respects to the victims of this tragedy.”

2017 Nationals Finals Rodeo presented by Polaris RANGER has finally released the NFR back numbers. The 2017 Wrangler NFR back numbers are as follows:

  1. Tuf Cooper (Weatherford, Texas)
  2. Tim O’Connell (Zwingle, Iowa)
  3. Trevor Brazile (Decatur, Texas)
  4. Jacobs Crawley (Boerne, Texas)
  5. Tiany Schuster (Krum, Texas)
  6. Sage Kimzey (Strong City, Oklahoma)
  7. Zeke Thurston (Big Valley, Alberta)
  8. Ty Erickson (Helena, Montana)
  9. Caleb Smidt (Bellville, Texas)
  10. Garrett Smith (Rexburg, Idaho)
  11. Stevi Hillman (Weatherford, Texas)
  12. Junior Nogueira (Burleson, Texas)
  13. Ryle Smith (Oakdale, California)
  14. Kaleb Driggers (Albany, Georgia)
  15. Erich Rogers (Round Rock, Arizona)
  16. Tanner Aus (Granite Falls, Minnesota)
  17. Cory Petska (Marana, Arizona)
  18. Russell Cardoza (Terrebonne, Oregon)
  19. Clayton Biglow (Clements, California)
  20. Shane Hanchey (Sulphur, La.)
  21. CoBurn Bradshaw (Beaver, Utah)
  22. Luke Brown (Stephenville, Texas)
  23. Paul Eaves (Lonedell, Mo.)
  24. Marcos Costa (Childress, Texas)
  25. Clay Smith (Broken Bow, Oklahoma)
  26. Billie Jack Saebens (Nowata, Oklahoma)
  27. Cody DeMoss (Heflin, Louisiana)
  28. Jake Long (Coffeyville, Kansas)
  29. Tyler Pearson (Louisville, Mississippi)
  30. Olin Hannum (Malad, Idaho)
  31. Dakota Eldridge (Elko, Nevada)
  32. J.R. Vezain (Cowley, Wyoming)
  33. Wyatt Denny (Minden, Nevada)
  34. Tyson Durfey (Savannah, Mo.)
  35. Caleb Bennett (Tremonton, Utah)
  36. Brody Cress (Hillsdale, Wyoming)
  37. Tyler Waguespack (Gonzales, Louisiana)
  38. Coleman Proctor (Pryor, Oklahoma)
  39. Jake Brown (Hillsboro, Texas)
  40. Hardy Braden (Welch, Oklahoma)
  41. Amberleigh Moore (Salem, Oregon)
  42. Jake Vold (Ponoka, Alberta)
  43. Marty Yates (Stephenville, Texas)
  44. Richmond Champion (The Woodlands, Texas)
  45. Joe Frost (Randlett, Utah)
  46. Layton Green (Meeting creek, Alberta)
  47. Travis Graves (Jay, Oklahoma)
  48. Scott Guenthner (Provost, Alberta)
  49. Baylor Roche (Tremonton, Utah)
  50. Orin Larsen (Inglis, Manitoba)
  51. Sterling Crawley (Stephenville, Texas)
  52. Brady Minor (Ellensburg, Washington)
  53. Riley Minor (Ellensburg, Washington)
  54. Taci Bettis (Round Top, Texas)
  55. Ryder Wright (Milford, Utah)
  56. Cody Snow (Los Olivos, California)
  57. Ryan Jarrett (Comanche, Oklahoma)
  1. Bill Tutor
  2. Ty Wallace (Collbran, Colorado)
  3. Matt Shiozawa (Chubbock, Idaho)
  4. Hailey Kinsel (Cotulla, Texas)
  5. Steven Dent (Mullen, Nebraska)
  6. Chad Masters (Cedar Hill, Tennessee)
  7. Trey Benton III (Rock Island, Texas)
  8. Jake Wright (Milford, Utah)
  9. Wesley Thorp (Throckmorton, Texas)
  10. R.C. Landingham (Hat Creek, California)
  11. Tim Bingham (Honeyville, Utah)
  12. Ty Breuer (Mandan, N.D.)
  13. Heith DeMoss (Heflin, La.)
  14. Dustin Bird (Cut Bank, Montana)
  15. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi (Victoria, Texas)
  16. Cole Melancon (Liberty, Texas)
  17. Taos Muncy (Corona, New Mexico)
  18. Randall Carlisle (Athens, Louisiana)
  19. J.C. Malone (Plain City, Utah)
  20. Mason Clements (Santaquin, Utah)
  21. Timber Moore (Aubrey, Texas)
  22. Cade Swor (Winnie, Texs)
  23. Cooper Martin (Alma, Kansas)
  24. Tillar Murray (Fort Worth, Texas)
  25. Cory Solomon (Prairie View, Texas)
  26. Clay Elliott (Nanton, Alberta)
  27. Tanner Milan (Cochrane, Alberta)
  28. Nellie Miller (Cottonwood, California)
  29. Joseph Harrison (Overbrook, Oklahoma)
  30. Clay Tryan (Billings, Montana)
  31. Jade Corkill (Fallon, Nevada)
  32. Nick Guy (Sparta, Wisconsin)
  33. Jordan Spears (Redding, California)
  34. Tom Richards (Humboldt, Arizona)
  35. Kathy Grimes (Medical Lake, Washington)
  36. Jr. Dees (Aurora, South Dakota)
  37. Sydni Blanchard (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
  38. Kyle Irwin (Robertsdale, Alabama)
  39. Tyler McKnight (Wells, Texas)
  40. Dustin Bowen (Waller, Texas)
  41. Dustin Egusquiza (Mariana, Florida)
  42. Jake Minor (Ellensburg, Washington)
  43. Garrett Rogers (Baker City, Oregon)
  44. Charly Crawford (Prineville, Oregon)
  45. Audy Reed (Spearman, Texas)
  46. Jon Ragatz (Beetown, Wisconsin)
  47. Kellie Collier (Hereford, Texas)
  48. Jordan Hansen (Okotoks, Alberta)
  49. Jesse Wright (Milford, Utah)
  50. J.D. Struxness (Appleton, Minnesota)
  51. Lisa Lockhart (Oelrichs, S.D.)
  52. Roscoe Jarboe (New Plymouth, Idaho)
  53. Jeremy Buhler (Abbotsford, B.C.)
  54. Trevor Reiste (Linden, Iowa)
  55. Kory Koontz (Stephenville, Texas)
  56. Rowdy Parrott (Mamou, Louisiana)
  57. Chason Floyd (Buffalo, South Dakota)
  58. Guthrie Murray (Miami, Oklahoma)
  59. Ivy Conrado (Hudson, Colorado)
  60. Brennon Eldred (Sulpur, Okla)
  61. Boudreaux Campbell (Crockett, Texas)
  62. Kimmie Wall (Roosevelt, Utah)
  63. Kassie Mowry (Dublin, Texas)

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Top 15 Qualifiers For The National Finals Rodeo 2017

NFR (National Finals Rodeo) fans will be highly appreciated to learn the top 15 qualify for the NFR 2017 in accordance with the PRCA and WPRA‘s standings which are updated as of October 1st, 2017. The Las Vegas NFR 2017 will be held at the Thomas & Mack Arena from December 7–16, 2017.

Congratulations to all the cowboys and cowgirls who have finished the season in the top 15 of the PRCA and WPRA’s standings in seven main events: steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, bareback riding, barrel racing, and bull riding.

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National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Barrel Racing

Congrats! to the ladies who have completed the season in the top 15 of the WPRA Barrel Racing standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowgirls list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Barrel Racing (notwithstanding if WPRA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Barrel Racing

1. Tiany Schuster – Krum, Texas ($250,377.56)

2. Stevi Hillman – Weatherford, Texas ($185,952.39)

3. Nellie Miller – Cottonwood, California ($130,536.75)

4. Amberleigh Moore – Salem, Oregon ($120,806.42)

5. Kassie Mowry – Dublin, Texas ($115,162.81)

6. Kathy Grimes – Medical Lake, Washington ($111,785.38)

7. Hailey Kinsel – Cotulla, Texas ($98,706.87)

8. Taci Bettis (R) – Round Top, Texas ($97,023.14)

9. Lisa Lockhart – Oelrichs, South Dakota ($96,454.32)

10. Brittany Pozzi – Victoria, Texas ($92,929.57)

11. Sydni Blanchard – Albuquerque, New Mexico ($91,361.75)

12. Tillar Murray – Fort Worth, Texas ($86,019.79)

13. Kellie Collier – Hereford, Texas ($83,337.95)

14. Ivy Conrado – Hudson, Colorado ($78,180.90)

15. Kimmie Wall – Roosevelt, Texas ($76,294.13)

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National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Bareback Riding

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Bareback standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Bareback Riding (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

1. Tim O’Connell – Zwingle, Iowa ($201,915.81)

2. Tanner Aus – Granite Falls, Minnesota ($136,656.85)

3. Clayton Biglow – Clements, California ($128,153.22)

4. J.R. Vezain – Cowley, Wyoming ($113,311.64)

5. Wyatt Denny – Minden, Nevada ($109,353.46)

6. Caleb Bennett – Tremonton, Utah ($106,677.43)

7. Jake Brown – Cleveland, Texas ($103,212.49)

8. Jake Vold – Ponoka, Alberta ($102,160.63)

9. Richmond Champion – The Woodlands, Texas ($101,196.93)

10. Orin Larsen – Inglis, Manitoba ($99,239.98)

11. Bill Tutor – Huntsville, Texas ($96,038.87)

12. Steven Dent – Mullen, Nebraska ($93,651.68)

13. R.C. Landingham – Hat Creek, California ($89,261.42)

14. Ty Breuer – Mandan, North Dakota ($89,106.44)

15. Mason Clements – Santaquin, Utah ($86,114.21)

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National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Steer Wrestling

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Steer Wrestling standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Steer Wrestling (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Steer Wrestling

1. Ty Erickson – Helena, Montana ($163,151.94)

2. Olin Hannum – Malad, Idaho ($110,951.16)

3. Tyler Pearson – Louisville, Mississippi ($109,918.55)

4 Tyler Waguespack – Gonzales, Louisiana ($103,943.84)

5. Scott Guenthner – Provost, Alberta ($99,500.83)

6. Baylor Roche – Tremonton, Utah ($99,339.81)

7. Ryle Smith – Oakdale, California ($93,462.70)

8. Tanner Milan – Cochrane, Alberta ($84,073.24)

9. Nick Guy – Sparta, Wisconsin ($82,968.18)

10. Dakota Eldridge – Elko, Nevada ($80,980.57)

11. Kyle Irwin – Robertsdale, Alabama ($79,684.08)

12. Jon Ragatz – Beetown, Wisconsin ($77,339.96)

13. J.D. Struxness – Appleton, Minnesota ($76,441.87)

14. Rowdy Parrott – Mamou, Louisiana ($73,557.72)

15. Chason Floyd – Buffalo, South Dakota ($71,191.90)

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National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Team Roping (Headers)

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Team Roping (Headers) standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Team Roping (Headers) (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Team Roping (Headers)

1. Kaleb Driggers – Albany, Georgia ($133,977.36)

2. Erich Rogers – Round Rock, Arizona ($133,711.62)

3. Clay Smith – Broken Bow, Oklahoma ($113,094.08)

4. Luke Brown – Stephenville, Texas ($111,611.28)

5. Coleman Proctor – Pryor, Oklahoma ($98,033.10)

6. Riley Minor – Ellensburg, Washington ($96,586.88)

7. Chad Masters – Cedar Hill, Tennessee ($85,508.50)

8. Tom Richards – Humboldt, Arizona ($81,415.09)

9. Clay Tryan – Billings, Montana ($81,383.34)

10. Cody Snow – Los Olivos, California ($79,235.58)

11. Jr. Dees – Aurora, South Dakota ($78,963.51)

12. Dustin Bird – Cut Bank, Montana ($78,288.12)

13. Dustin Egusquiza – Mariana, Florida ($77,436.84)

14. Garrett Rogers – Baker City, Oregon ($75,613.57)

15. Charly Crawford – Prineville, Oregon ($74,205.88)

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National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Team Roping (Heelers)

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Team Roping (Heelers) standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Team Roping (Heelers) (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Team Roping (Heelers)

1. Junior Nogueira – Burleson, Texas ($134,707.03)

2. Cory Petska – Marana, Arizona ($133,711.62)

3. Paul Eaves – lonedell, Missouri ($117,211.69)

4. Billie Jack Saebens – Nowata, Oklahoma ($110,929.81)

5. Jake Long – Coffeyville, Kansas ($103,082.49)

6. Russell Cardoza – Terrebonne, Oregon ($99,773.64)

7. Brady Minor – Ellensburg, Washington ($96,586.88)

8. Travis Graves – Jay, Oklahoma ($92,418.28)

9. Jade Corkill – Fallon, Nevada ($81,383.34)

10. Wesley Thorp – Throckmorton, Texas ($80,836.39)

11. Tyler McKnight – Wells, Texas ($79,373.91)

12. Joseph Harrison – Overbrook, Oklahoma ($78,447.16)

13. Jake Minor – Ellensburg, Washington ($75,613.57)

14. Kory Koontz – Stephenville, Texas ($74,652.02)

15. Jeremy Buhler – Arrowwood, Alberta ($68,005.62)

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Saddle Bronc Riding

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Saddle Bronc Riding standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Saddle Bronc Riding (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Saddle Bronc Riding

1. Jacobs Crawley – Boerne, Texas ($184,051.58)

2. Zeke Thurston – Big Valley, Alberta ($170,455.50)

3. CoBurn Bradshaw – Beaver, Utah ($124,115.15)

4. Cody DeMoss – Heflin, Louisiana ($119,656.72)

5. Layton Green – Meeting creek, Alberta ($110,612.61)

6. Brody Cress – Hillsdale, Wyoming ($105,788.91)

7. Hardy Braden – Welch, Oklahoma ($102,773.53)

8. Ryder Wright – Milford, Utah ($99,361.45)

9. Sterling Crawley – Stephenville, Texas ($92,991.95)

10. Jake Wright – Milford, Utah ($91,744.58)

11. Clay Elliott – Nanton, Alberta ($89,331.70)

12. Heith DeMoss – Heflin, Louisiana ($88,613.32)

13. Taos Muncy – Corona, New Mexico ($88,401.58)

14. Jesse Wright – Milford, Utah ($76,630.34)

15. Audy Reed – Spearman, Texas ($75,648.50)

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Tie-Down Roping

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Tie-Down Roping standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Tie-Down Roping (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Tie-Down Roping

1. Tuf Cooper – Weatherford, Texas ($190,444.71)

2. Caleb Smidt – Bellville, Texas ($142,193.88)

3. Shane Hanchey – Sulphur, Louisiana ($124,498.37)

4. Marcos Costa – Childress, Texas ($121,902.09)

5. Tyson Durfey – Weatherford, Texas ($107,422.52)

6. Trevor Brazile – Decatur, Texas ($101,433.37)

7. Marty Yates – Stephenville, Texas ($97,173.32)

8. Ryan Jarrett – Comanche, Oklahoma ($96,055.61)

9. Matt Shiozawa – Chubbuck, Idaho ($93,363.19)

10. J.C. Malone – Plain City, Utah ($86,299.18)

11. Timber Moore – Aubrey, Texas ($85,961.75)

12. Randall Carlisle – Athens, Louisiana ($85,566.04)

13. Cade Swor – Winnie, Texas ($85,459.74)

14. Cooper Martin – Alma, Kansas ($85,438.03)

15. Cory Solomon – Prairie View, Texas ($85,209.77)

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers – Bull Riding

Congrats! to the cowboys who have completed the season in the top 15 of the PRCA Bull Riding standings 2017. Here are the top 15 cowboys list who are headed to the 2017 National Finals Rodeo Bull Riding (notwithstanding if PRCA has updated the standings we will correct them):

National Finals Rodeo Qualifiers 2017 – Bull Riding

1. Sage Kimzey – Strong City, Oklahoma ($237,152.27)

2. Garrett Smith – Rexburg, Idaho ($204,239.46)

3. Ty Wallace – Collbran, Colorado ($157,076.63)

4. Jordan Spears – Redding, California ($131,422.75)

5. Joe Frost – Randlett, Utah ($120,963.10)

6. Trey Benton III – Rock Island, Texas ($110,470.95)

7. Tim Bingham – Honeyville, Utah ($106,188.26)

8. Cole Melancon – Liberty, Texas ($103,619.28)

9. Roscoe Jarboe – New Plymouth, Idaho ($102,855.26)

10. Trevor Reiste – Linden, Iowa ($97,121.17)

11. Dustin Bowen – Waller, Texas ($94,668.34)

12. Brennon Eldred – Sulphur, Oklahoma ($92,990.92)

13. Jordan Hansen – Okotoks, Alberta ($92,660.02)

14. Boudreaux Campbell – Crockett, Texas ($88,062.84)

15. Guthrie Murray – Miami, Oklahoma ($87,287.73)

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