2019 CPRA Rodeo Season Kicks Off Next Weekend With Agribition

There’s no rest for competitors who want to make it back to the Canadian Finals Rodeo for its second trip to Red Deer, Alberta, next year. While the long winter looms ahead, competitors will receive an early chance to start the standings race at the Canadian Western Agribition. 

Watch the Canadian Western Agribition LIVE on FloRodeo November 21-24, 2018.


The Format

A maximum of 16 contestants will compete in each event, with the highest competitors in the Canadian Standings as of October 5, 2018, filling the positions first. This means you’re watching the best in Canadian rodeo compete in the first rodeo of the 2019 season.

Those 16 competitors will be split into two pools of competition that will compete for both round and aggregate dollars:

Pool APool B
Nov. 21Nov. 22Nov. 23Nov. 24
Round 1Round 2Round 1Round 2


See the draw HERE.


The Extras:

Want more than just rodeo action? You can also watch the event’s jousting tournament on November 20 at 7 PM CST and the running with the bulls on November 24 at 4 PM CST with your FloRodeo subscription.

Sign up to watch the 2018 Canadian Western Agribiton HERE

Breakaway Roping: Will Young Girls Be Trading Polly Pockets For Poly Ropes?

Lari Dee Guy showed us that it was a good thing to “rope like a girl,” Willow Raley became the first woman to win money in the team roping in the PRCA (at Cheyenne Frontier Days, no less) and Jackie Crawford has been dominating the breakaway roping game for years. With those talented women paving the way for female ropers, there truly has never been a more significant time in the history of ladies spinning ropes since the old days of lady fancy trick ropers.

5, 90, $200,000: The Numbers Of The PBR Iron Cowboy

When it comes to numbers, the PBR Unleash The Beast’s Iron Cowboy competition knows how to stack ‘em up. Big payout, big points and more big-bad bulls to beat to get that payout and points at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. 

VOTE: Which Invitee Can't Be Beat At 2019 The American?

Who's Gonna Take The Crown?

RFD-TV’s The American is a challenge between the best professional rodeo athletes in the world and whichever underdogs are able to battle their way through the semifinals to face them. But even if they can beat the other qualifiers, can anyone beat this lineup of titans waiting in the finals?

Watch Guide: PBR Iron Cowboy, Worcester, & Shepparton

Watch Over 150 Events On FloRodeo

Up to five rounds of grueling PBR action are coming your way this weekend with the PBR Unleash the Beast’s Iron Cowboy competition.

THROWBACK: Watch Full Replays Of The American In 2018

Who's Gonna Take The Crown?

Since the announcement that the 2019 edition of RFD-TV's The American would have an even larger payout, new format, new events and be sanctioned by the PRCA, we've been counting down the days for the event to kick off. 

Watch Guide: The American & Junior American 2019

Who's Gonna Take The Crown?

If you loved watching RFD-TV’s The American in 2018 as much as we did, you’ll be even more excited about the lineup of events we have coming at you in 2019, including the first-ever Junior American Finals.

Top 35 PBR Spots In Jeopardy After The Weekend

The bubble is about to pop for Unleash The Beast competitors.

Riding In His Name: Mason Lowe Memorial

On Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, PBR Bull Rider Mason Lowe passed away due to injuries sustained while competing. Exactly one month later, his fellow competitors will enter the Enterprise Center in St. Louis Missouri—Lowe's home state—to honor the fallen cowboy who was a friend to many.

Coming Soon To FloRodeo: Live Events Like Never Before

Prepare for a new immersive live experience that will transform the way you watch rodeo. You shared your live stream dreams with us, and we're making them all come true with fan-driven features you've been craving.

Watch Guide: Mason Lowe Memorial & Jacksonville

Two events are coming your way this weekend on FloRodeo, including a very special PBR Unleash The Beast event to honor fallen cowboy Mason Lowe.