NFR Rodeo 2018 : Wrangler NFR Finals Rodeo all over the United States. The NFR is shaping up to be one of the most competitive and entertaining rodeos that the world has ever seen. The National Finals Rodeo is taking place in Las Vegas
Adele Edwards has won round two of the Australian Professional Rodeo Association barrel race at the national finals in Warwick. She clocked a time of 17.905 riding her horse Moon Roc. Edwards of Nangus in southern NSW is among Australia’s finest rodeo competitors who are riding in the national finals at Warwick this week.The barrel racing specialist has made it into the finals in fourth position. Traditionally the pro finals takes the top 15 competitors in each event who earn their place after a successful season.The competition was set to kick off on Wednesday night and Mrs Edwards said she was planning to ride her gelding Mooney. Tumbarumba cowboy Ben Hall, who is the APRA pro tour champion in the bareback, will also help to put southern NSW on the map and is hoping for a successful finals.
just in time for the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR), is building on the success that its outdoor equestrian facility had last year: The Plaza is expanding the venue and is making it the first and only permanent outdoor equestrian center in downtown Las Vegas.
An official hotel sponsor of the NFR and exclusive Host Hotel for the Junior NFR, the Plaza’s new equestrian center will include two outdoor arenas for roping practice and exercise during the rodeo. We can’t wait for the 2018 Canadian Finals Rodeo when all the best professional athletes that competed on Canadian soil this year will go head-to-head for six rounds. As CFR45 draws near we’re counting down the best athletes in each event this rodeo season and the fifth competitor on our list is the superstar steer wrestler, Scott Guenthner.
When Scott Guenthner jumped out and claimed a total of $16,513.04 at the 2018 Ponoka Stampede, we wondered if that meant this could the this cowboy’s year. When he continued to hold his lead in the CPRA season — as well as his No. 3 spot in the world standings — we didn’t have to wonder anymore.
The cowboy from steer wrestler capital of Canada — Provost, Alberta — has been steadily proving he deserves to be recognized among the best in Canada and the world, and we think he’ll show us what he’s made of this year at both the Canadian and National Finals Rodeo.
I joke with Guenthner every time he has to do an interview because he’s so quiet it’s probably more stressful than the run that got him there, but it’s safe to say he’s going to have to get used to them with the career he has ahead of him. He’s got great mental game, consistency, speed when he needs it, and I can’t wait to see how these next 16 runs turn out.
Plus… this steer wrestler can score! Check out this slo-mo from the Ponoka Stampede where he did everything he could to avoid breaking the barrier, despite his horse’s best efforts.