Which Junior American Competitors Are Moving On To The American Semifinals?

The Junior American athletes were given the opportunity to earn spots to compete against the “big boys” of RFD-TV’s The American today during their finals at the Will Rogers Coliseum in Fort Worth, Texas. Only the top two competitors in a sudden-death style match got to move on today to compete both during the last performance of the semifinals at the Cowtown Coliseum tonight and the Junior American showcase at AT&T Stadium on Sunday.

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The other bonus? If they can beat the big dogs that have qualified for the semifinals and seat themselves within the top six, they will also move on to the Saturday performance of The American finals and have a shot at a million dollars. 

Here is the unofficial list of competitors that are moving on to the American Semifinals tonight:

Steer Wrestling Qualifiers

Parker Emola

Jesse Keysaer

Team Roping

Curry Kirchner – Jake Clay

Nicholas Lovins – Jordan Lovins

Barrel Racing

Sydney Frey

Steely Steiner

Tie-Down Roping

Tom Crouse

Macon Murphy

Breakaway Roping

Madison Outhier

Sawyer Gilbert

Short Round Bound: Who's In The Running For National Titles?

National High School Rodeo Association competitors have been gunning for $100,000 in added cash, $375,000 in scholarships, and $150,000 in prizes all week long, and it all ends tonight. The short round for the NHSFR kicks of at 7:00PM CST tonight with the top 20 in the average will compete for national titles against the best in the US, Canada, and Australia. 

Days Of '47: How The Competitors Earned Their Chance To Compete For $1.125M

Whether they came from huge rodeo wins like the Windy City Roundup, TitleTown Stampede, or Calgary Stampede, or online through the Virtual Rodeo Qualifier, these competitors are coming to play in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the 2019 Days of '47 Cowboys Games and Rodeo. Meet the competitors who are gunning for gold this weekend, and find out just how they qualified for this $1.125 million event!

Team FloRodeo: Meet Our First-Ever Youth Rodeo Team

We put out a call to youth rodeo athletes far and wide in search of cowboys and cowgirls who are not only tough competitors inside the rodeo arena, but also great representatives for the sport of rodeo. And let us tell you, the future of rodeo is looking bright—we received 200 applications in three days.

Give It Up For The 2019 International Youth Finals Rodeo Champions

The 2019 International Finals Youth Champions have been crowned. See who was the best on three at the world's richest youth rodeo event with the full results below, courtesy of the IFYR.

HIGHLIGHTS: Calgary Stampede Pools A & B Round Wins

Watch the winning runs and rides from each day of action during pools A and B at the 2019 Calgary Stampede.

DRAW: Calgary Stampede's Wildcard Saturday Is Set

See the draw for the Calgary Stampede's Wildcard round on Saturday, July 13 where only the top two of the day will move on the join the other eight already set to compete on championship Sunday. 

Pool B Wrap: Who's Moving On To Championship Sunday At Calgary

The fate is sealed for athletes in Pool B of the competition at the Calgary Stampede with the top four moving onto Sunday, and the other six preparing for Wildcard Saturday. Of the ten that competed in the pool, see which will be getting a day of rest tomorrow while they await the final two competitors in the wildcard round to join them on Championship Sunday.

IFYR: Who's Nodding Their Head In The Top 15 Short Go TONIGHT?

Only the top 15 in each event will get the chance to nod their heads at the 2019 International Youth Finals Rodeo Short Go TONIGHT. See who made the cut here and watch the short round at 7:30PM Central tonight!

Teepee Creek Stampede: 7 Houses, 21 Residents, 20,000 Fans

The Teepee Creek Stampede kicks off this weekend and this “little town with a big rodeo” features some interesting, and sometimes obscure, numbers.  

WCRA Announces $5 Million Schedule For 2020

The group that has paid rodeo athletes more than $4.5 million since it’s launch in May of 2018 already promises to put more money in the pockets of competitors next year. In a press release today, the WCRA announced their 2020 schedule that includes $5,000,000 in prize money for competitors between four million-dollar events, and three semi-finals.