Scott Guenthner leaves the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals with $4,300 for the world standings, but he'll have a chance for a lot more this spring.
Daylon Swearingen celebrates a big victory after taking home the all-around and bull riding titles at the 2018 First Frontier Circuit Finals.
2016 NFR champion Levi Simpson travels year-round, but he’s glad he often shares those drives with his wife and daughter, who was born the year he won the world title.
After announcing he would be leaving the PBR, Shane Proctor declared his intentions to try for a world all-around title in 2018.
Since the tragic passing of professional bull rider Ty Pozzobon one year ago, the rodeo world and his friends and family have felt the impact.
George Taylor was named CEO of the PRCA and will begin January 22. Taylor will take over for Karl Stressman, who retired after 9 years as commissioner.
Rich and Rainey Skelton both competed in Las Vegas this past December: Rich at the 2017 CINCH Boyd Gaming Chute Out, and Rainey at the 2017 Junior NFR.
Questions arise after the FMCSA implemented new Hours of Service & Electronic Logging Device rules that may affect rodeo athletes on the trail this season.
Three-time Canadian bareback champ Jake Vold busted his knee at the 2017 WNFR, but the cowboy is on the mend — and expecting a baby.
We may just be a few days in to 2018, but we’re already well in to the 2018 rodeo season with over 30 rodeo events in the books.
When you look at these pictures you're gazing upon cowboys and cowgirls with dreams of being the best in the world; these are faces you better remember.
A rodeo season is made up of hundreds of runs and rides - but sometimes the difference between success and failure comes down to one run.