Completed · Jul 11-14, 2019
Held in Colorado Springs since 1937, the Pikes Peak Or Bust Rodeo is a PRCA rodeo with five edge-of-your-seat performance from July 10-13. (including a matinee performance on Saturday afternoon and the finals Saturday night).
NFR QUALIFIERS SOLIDIFIED: Who's Going To The Thomas & Mack?
Sep 30, 2019As of today, the 2019 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association regular season is officially in the books, and while we can’t call the PRCA’s World Standings “official” until every rodeo result is submitted and a professional audit is done, the UNOFFICIAL top 15 can at least start the pre-celebration!
Who Made The Summit: Watch The 2019 Pikes Peak Or Bust Rodeo Again
Jul 25, 2019Who made the summit and who went bust at the 2019 Pikes Peak Or Bust Rodeo? Watch this exciting PRCA rodeo with a championship format again.
Five Reigning Champs Headline Star-Studded Line-Up at Pikes Peak Or Bust
Jul 10, 2019The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo in Colorado Springs, Colorado always hosts a star-studded line-up of PRCA competitors on the hunt for a National Finals Rodeo qualification with the huge payout this event has to offer. The 2019 edition, coming to you July 10-13 is no exception with it’s list of world champions, NFR regulars and five reigning champions of the event coming back to defend their titles.
From 1937 To 2019: A Walk Through Time At Pikes Peak Or Bust
Jul 8, 2019Rodeo would be nothing without its deep-rooted history. It may be a sport that is modernizing itself, but the old rodeo values of courage, being true to your word, and being willing to put in a hard day’s work remain.
VOTE: What Is The Best Rodeo Over Cowboy Christmas?
Jun 18, 2019We've compiled a list of the biggest rodeos over the Cowboy Christmas run. Now it's time for you to tell us which one is your all-time favorite.
PRCA, CPRA, WPRA: We're Tracking Them All Right Here!
Apr 20, 2019The top 15 spots in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women's Professional Rodeo Association and the top 12 in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association are coveted. Competitors generally try not to think about it too much throughout the season, but being inside the top 15 or top 12 in their respective rodeo associations is the goal for every cowboy and cowgirl chasing NFR and CFR dreams.