You can’t get inside this championship atmosphere without thinking about the upcoming Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, which takes place Dec. 5-14 in Las Vegas. I’m excited. I’m hoping to work with the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association, writing the nightly updates for the association’s website, WPRA.com.
This year, I’m blessed to work with several of the top contestants in the sport, helping promote them during their runs for the world titles. While I’m still hoping to work with others, I’m quite excited to promote the NFR on behalf of Carr Pro Rodeo and Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo; bareback riders Casey Colletti and Jared Smith; steer wrestlers Bray Armes, Hunter Cure and Jule Hazen; team roper Jim Ross Cooper; saddle bronc riders Cole Elshere, Chet Johnson and Cort Scheer; tie-down roper Ryan Jarrett; barrel racer Jean Winters; and bull rider Tyler Willis.
Look for stories about each of these athletes and more in the coming weeks. I can hardly wait.