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Cherokee Indian cowboy Brenton Hall Of Jay, Oklahoma took the lead in the aggregate worth almost $68,000.00 for the best on 10 after the 4th go-round at the 61st Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Sunday October 8, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hall leads Cherokee Colman Proctor and 2017 World Champion, Navajo Erich Rogers in our Indian contingency that qualified for the superbowl of our sport. Each of the 10 rounds pays $26,300.77 to win each of the 7 standard events in ProRodeo. Thank you Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for the support of this program on Native Voice 1 Radio Network.
Go-round number 3 of 10, of the 61st Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, concluded Saturday, December 7, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. World Titles in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association are up for grabs along with $10 million in the city of lights. We have results of the round, NFR aggregate and world standings leaders and words with the go-round champs. Thank you Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for this coverage on Native voice 1 Radio Network.
The 61st Wrangler National Finals, go-round number 2 concluded Friday December 6, 2019. World Champions in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association are determined by money won all during the season, plus what is won at the Wrangler NFR. Each NFR round pays over $26,000.00 and the best in 10 go-rounds is worth almost $68,000.00. We have results for go-round 2 winners and PRCA title race leaders with round winner interviews from Las Vegas, Nevada. Thank you Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for this coverage on Native Voice 1 Radio Network.
Round one of 10 began in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 5, 2019, featuring the 61st Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Each round pays over $27,000 to win, and the best on 10 in each of the seven events earn almost $68,000. We have results for the PRCA Season Champions and the winners of round one, in each event sanction by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Thank you very much to Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for their support of these Wrangler Fall Sports Specials, along the Native Voice One Radio Network.
Jim Thompson of South Dakota is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Jim has been an immense treasure to his listeners from daily radio shows, Paul Harvey input, On The Road Again and one of the best rodeo announcers in the history Of the sport. It is our pleasure to visit with Jim about his insight as an NFR announcer and former senator in the State of South Dakota, about life and career.
Navajo, Wyatt Nez, newly crowned Indian National Finals Rodeo, Bull Riding Champion is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. This contender is wired for success with three National High School Finals Rodeos, a College National Finals Rodeo qualification, and now this INFR title under his belt. Wyatt dominated the finals being the only man to ride four out of four of his bulls at the South Point in Las Vegas. This Interview will portray an individual that is focused, dedicated and has goals set that he will attain in the sport.
Indian National Finals Rodeo, Bareback Bronc Riding Champion, Jayco Roper, Cherokee; and Hall Of Fame inductee Howard Edmondson, Creek Nation, both from Oklahoma, are our guests this week on Word With A Champ. Jayco is only 19 years and has the potential and desire to set this sport on fire. Howard is one of the greatest to step in the INFR HOF. Edmanson’s son Bryton won the steer wrestling championship, Howard had a good day in the city of lights, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tsuu T’ina Nation‘s, Sonya Dodginghorse of Canada, is the Indian National Finals Rodeo, World Champion Ladies Barrel Racer. I personally have never met such a deserving individual of this coveted title. The words and thoughts of the champion can rub off on you, as it did for her daughter who won the title in the Jr. Barrel Racing. Congratulations to all of our contestants that qualified for the 44th Annual INFR in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association is the oldest women sporting organization in the world. Haley Kinsel is our guest this week on Word With A Champ after she captured the 2019 WPRA world title and ladies barrel racing.
The 44th Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo concluded Saturday night, October 26, 2019 at the South Point Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. INFR World Champions were crowned we have the results and in each respective event. Approximately four dozen tribal affiliation were represented with 400 contestants vying for the titles and $1 million in prize money. We also visit with NFR qualifier and Ride Pass commentator, Coleman Proctor of the Cherokee Nation.