The WCRA Women’s Rodeo World Championship crowns five women at the first inaugural event.
The coronavirus continues to shape the spring season for barrel racers, rodeo competitors and the Western industry as a whole. View cancellations and postponements here.
In alignment with the WCRA, the Old Fort Days Futurity changes the May 16 final-round start time so athletes can also compete in the WCRA Stampede at The E.
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.
Win three consecutive WCRA Majors, win $1 million The World Champions Rodeo Alliance announced the most athlete-friendly incentive in the history of rodeo—the WCRA Triple Crown of Rodeo.…
The World Champions Rodeo Alliance announced August 19 that the No. 1 athlete on the WCRA Leaderboard in each discipline from each segment will automatically advance to WCRA one-day $1 Million Major Rodeos.
Hailey Kinsel was the only defending champion to claim another gold medal and set two records—an arena record and the only contestant to win three Gold medals from the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo.
Lisa Lockhart and Jackie Crawford outpace the competition in the barrels and breakaway thus far at the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo.