Tillar Murray, Taylor Langdon, Emily Miller and Hallie Hanssen are headed to the Semifinals from Bracket One of the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo.
2019 WPRA Rookie of the Year Carly Taylor clinched the National Western Stock Show Rodeo barrel racing title aboard Diva Deniro.
Wenda Johnson smokes the fastest time of the week on Macgyver Moonflash to win Pool B, while Ivy Saebens and KN Fabs Gift Of Fame top Pool A to lead the pack of eight barrel racers advancing from the WCRA Timed-Event Semifinals to the first WCRA $1 Million Major Rodeo of 2020.
A hit barrel in Round Four only gave Dona Kay Rule and High Valor the focus and grit they needed to enter Round Five and throw down the fastest time so far of the barrel racing at the 2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, a 13.56 for their second round-win of the Finals.
A big move for Emily Miller and Namgis D 33 in Round Four of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo pushed the first-time NFR qualifier to the No. 1 position in the world standings after winning the round with a 13.64.
The Cowboy Channel will broadcast live on location from the 2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas from December 5-14 with rodeo red carpet styles, interviews with contestants, surprise musical performances, and a nightly pre-show during 10-day rodeo finals.
For the first time, the Indian National Finals Rodeo will be televised, with RIDE TV carrying the Championship Round live from South Point Arena in Las Vegas on October 26.
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Rural Media Group announced a multi-year agreement in September, which will see the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo move from CBS Sports to The Cowboy Channel and RFD-TV beginning in 2020.