Jimmy Bryant and Little Bit Of Cowboy claimed the third performance of The American Rodeo semifinals with a 13.911, while Kelsey Lutjen's 13.804 from performance No. 1 held on to win the semifinals. The field of 10 qualifying contestants advancing to the long round of The American Rodeo on February 19 is now set.
Kelsey Lutjen and KN Fabs Gift Of Fame win the first performance of RFD-TV’s The American Semifinals in Fort Worth, Texas.
The 23-year-old western shopping expo, Stetson Country Christmas and Group W Productions, welcomed a new entertainment competition event to Las Vegas in December 2016 during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo—the All In Barrel Race. The inaugural year of the All In Barrel Race guaranteed a $250,000 payout.
It came down to the wire for the Elite Rodeo Athletes World Championship, but it was none other than dream team, Lisa Lockhart and An Oakie With Cash who claimed the world title.
Brandon Cullins and VQ Sucker Punch win performance No. 2 of RFD-TV's The American Rodeo semifinals February 16, 2017, in Fort Worth, Texas, and advance to their first trip to AT&T Stadium.
Before the three performances of The American Rodeo semifinals begin Feb. 15, a field of more than 450 was whittled down to 90 contestants after slack rounds Feb. 14. The top 30 in barrel racing and 20 in team roping and steer wrestling are one step closer to RFD-TV’s The American Rodeo on Feb. 19 presented by Polaris RANGER and a chance to earn a $1 million bonus.
Molli Montgomery broke two records and became the first person to win both the futurity and the juvenile at the 2016 Barrel Futurities of America World Championships.