The World Professional Chuckwagon Association Is Back In 2019

The World Professional Chuckwagon Association is here on FloRodeo to stay for three years, with six events streaming each year. We had a few events on the calendar last year, but in 2019 we have even more World Professional Chuckwagon Association action for you, that started with the Grande Prairie Stompede. 

"WPCA fans have been asking for a close-up view of the races through their computer or mobile device for some time," the organization said in the press release announcing the first half of the season that will see Grande Prairie, High River, and Ponoka streamed on FloRodeo.

The WPCA officially announced yesterday an agreement between FloRodeo and the top chuckwagon association to livestream six events from 2019-2021. You can catch all of that excitement up-close from home and see all of the special moments that happen throughout a season, like Vern Nolin winning the $50,000 Tommy Dorchester Winner-Take-All Race, a win he said was the best in his career:

Vern Nolin Wins Ponoka Stampede

The 2019 season includes:

Grande Prairie Stompede - May 29-June 2 

Guy Weadick Days (High River) - June 20-23

(Watch full replays of the 2018 event HERE)

Ponoka Stampede - June 26-July 1

(Watch full replays of the 2018 event HERE)

Strathmore Stampede - August 2-5

Dawson Creek Battle Of The North - August 7-11

Century Downs World Finals - August 21-25

"Along with sponsors, fans who buy tickets and attend the live events are investing into the sport and it's future," the WPCA Director of Marketing Bryan Hebson said in the most recent press release. "They may not realize it but they are making a difference as do the people who subscribe to watch on FloRodeo when they can't attend. Their support is appreciated."

Click HERE to sign up for the PRO subscription on FloRodeo so you don't miss a second of the high-flying, half-mile-of-hell action in 2019.

Yellow Chute Daydreamin': Breakaway Roper Jackie Crawford's Story

If you grew up in the world of rodeo, chances are you've spent some time daydreaming about those iconic yellow chutes a the Thomas and Mack arena in Las Vegas. But what if your event is not one that is currently offered at the National Finals Rodeo?

Bubble Watch: 30 Competitors Have A Chance With 2 CPRA Rodeos Left

With just two rodeos left in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association's 2019 season, we've calculated that there are 30 cowboys and cowgirls left with a chance to get into the Canadian Finals Rodeo. They've been battling it out all season long, but for some that are either on the bubble or just below it, it will all come down to the Dallas Sunstrum Memorial Rodeo in Brooks, Alberta, and the Hanna Indoor Pro Rodeo in Hanna, Alberta, to see who will take the final few spots available in the top 12.

Canadian Pro Rodeo Association Announces Year-End Award Winners

The CPRA announced their year-end awards in a press release today, bringing some exciting news for the hard-working competitors, animal athletes, and contract personnel of the association. These awards are voted on by the top 20 competitors, novice competitors, and contract members in the association and are often regarded with the highest honor for competitors and personal because they are recognized by their peers as outstanding in their category. 

CFR Countdown No. 11: Guy Weadick Days

Canadian Rodeo Lives On FloRodeo

We're counting down to the 2019 Canadian Finals Rodeo by reliving all of the CPRA action on FloRodeo each weekend leading up to Canada's pinnacle professional rodeo event. We're moving to No. 11 on the countdown: Guy Weadick Days.

CFR Countdown No. 12: The Grande Prairie Stompede

Canadian Rodeo Lives On FloRodeo

We're counting down to the 2019 Canadian Finals Rodeo by reliving all of the CPRA action on FloRodeo each weekend leading up to Canada's pinnacle professional rodeo event. We're starting off that countdown with full replays from No. 12: The Grande Prairie Stompede.

'We Kept Telling Him He Had To Fight' - Sundell's Mom Relives His Recovery

One of the most popular rodeo competitors going down the road today —the “Wild Man” Wade Sundell — is currently recovering in the Mission Hospital in San Juan Capistrano, California, after a major injury during the Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo. Sundell still has a long recovery ahead of him, but after spending over three weeks in the hospital, the reigning world champion bronc rider is on his way up.

Weekend Round-Up: The Impact Of The Pendleton Round-Up

The Pendleton Round-Up is a crucial rodeo this time of year for competitors hoping to make a last-chance push for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. It’s also extremely unique in that cowboys and cowgirls are competing on grass instead of dirt. 

Full Replays: Watch The PBR Lockney Mini Bulls Again

Bulls of a... smaller stature descended upon Lockney, Texas, last weekend for the PBR's Mini Bulls competition. Watch full replays of the three-round competition on September 13-14, 2019.

Breaking News: WCRA Announces $1 Million Bonus For Triple Crown Winners

“I know a lot of people are going to say that it can’t be done, and it’s going to be too hard, but it can be… you never know unless you try.” – Michelle Darling

Don't Miss Them Out: 'Mark' FloRodeo Live Events On Your Calendar


When you rodeo, you end up tracking a lot of dates in your calendar: rodeo dates, entry dates, stock draws, turnout deadlines, and so much more on the rodeo trail. Why not let us do the work for you when it comes to all your favorite live events?