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Las Vegas turns into cowboy (and cowgirl) town and will be hosting the 2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. To make following the action easier, take a look at the current Preview information below and check back frequently for new updates. See you in Vegas!

  • Nellie Miller
  • Hailey Kinsel
  • Lisa Lockhart
  • Shali Lord
  • Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi
  • Stevi Hillman
  • Emily Miller
  • Jessica Routier
  • Dona Kay Rule
  • Ericka Nelson
  • Ivy Conrado-Saebens
  • Amberleigh Moore
  • Jennifer Sharp
  • Cheyenne Wimberley
  • Lacinda Rose

 


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The WPRA News is now available in its entirety online each month. The WPRA News, published monthly, is the official magazine of the WPRA. While the magazine is still available as a hard copy we are now offering it on a digital platform as well. Click here to read all the great articles in the latest issue.


WACO, TEXAS – The 2019 WPRA Roping Season officially came to an end on Saturday night, Oct. 26, at the Extraco Event Center in Waco, Texas, when world champions were crowned. In the tightest race for No. 1 in 2019 and most lucrative race year, Kelsie Chace held on to defend her title from a year ago winning the breakaway roping world title with $51,709.
WPRA Announces 2019 Justin Best Footing Award Winners

Every year since the early 1990s the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association and Justin Brands have honored rodeo committees in each of the 12 circuits that have went above and beyond to ensure safe ground for the animal athletes of rodeo, specifically the barrel racing horses.

From the Office:


President/CEO Update

President/CEO Update

December 1, 2019
Hard to believe it is already December and our attention is on the bright lights of Las Vegas anxiously waiting to see who will come out on top as the 2019 WPRA World Champion Barrel Racer.

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Rule Book

After you have entered a rodeo, you must pay your entry fee either to the secretary at the rodeo or through the WPRA office through check or credit card. All entry fees must be received in the office by the Tuesday following the end of the rodeo at 3pm MT or you will be assessed a $50 fine. MORE


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