2015 WNFR Graphics Courtesy Of Tactical Grafx
The wait is almost over as the first round of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is set for Thursday night inside of the Thomas & Mack! The excitement is all throughout the air here in Las Vegas as the city has turned into “Cowboy Central U.S.A” and everywhere you look there are hay bales and cowboy hats at every turn. The Rodeo Round Up team is set to bring you all of the exclusive and in depth coverage each and every day as the WNFR takes center stage!
There are many different activities that are happening throughout the day that are both involved and not directly involved with the main event that is taking place starting Thursday night and lasting for an exhausting 10 days. There are quite a few new events and activities that are happening that will directly enhance the rodeo fans’ experience while in town for the 57th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
One of those very events is the first ever Boyd Gaming Cinch Chute Out happening at The Orleans Hotel and Casino located just off the strip. This is another 3-day rodeo event that include some of the top rodeo athletes that did not make the WNFR this year. There are many past finalists that will be vying for the prize money including some of those that we all call “legends of the sport”. The Rodeo Round Up team will be very busy on the last weekend of the WNFR as the Chute Out happens from December 10th through December 12th starting at 2P.M. Our team will be in attendance to provide you with up-to-date statistics as well as a full event recap.
Today we bring you this courtesy of the NFR Experience:
2014 — As he headed into the Wrangler NFR, Trevor Brazile had already broken Guy Allen’s record for most overall gold buckles (18) the previous season. Now, the greatest timed-event cowboy in rodeo history is just putting distance between himself and everyone else. Brazile added his 12th all-around world title – and ninth in a row – while also capturing his fifth steer roping gold buckle. The Decatur, Texas, cowboy now sits at 21 overall world titles.
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