Brett Nierengarten

Editor in Chief, The Cowboy Channel
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Playoff Rodeos in Texas and Nevada were a major part of the narrative this past weekend
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo and Oregon’s High Desert Stampede were the biggest rodeos of the weekend
The holiday weekend made for one of the quietest weeks on the calendar in ProRodeo
The fourth Texas Swing event had an increased payout a new timed event format in 2024
Rodeo Austin marked the fourth Texas Swing rodeo to be completed and many of its headlines came from rodeo’s classic events
The regular season’s only $2 million rodeo produced several new No. 1s, who are likely there to stay for awhile
The highest paying rodeo of the Texas Swing doled out more than $2 million in 19 days
It was another packed weekend in rodeo with two Texas Swing events going on at the same time
The biggest winners from this past week in rodeo were those who claimed multiple rounds already in RodeoHouston
The second-highest paying rodeo in Arizona concluded its two weekend fiesta on Sunday
The $1.5 million payday in San Antonio brought plenty to talk about in the world of ProRodeo
Everything you need to know about the most recent stop on the Texas Swing, which paid $1.5 million
One of the biggest rodeos in the Southeast paid out more than $264,000 over nine performances and two slack rounds
Two events in the Southeast in addition to San Antonio provided plenty of action in ProRodeo over the weekend
The San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, Dixie National Rodeo, and Bullnanza all produced big scores and big stories in ProRodeo over the weekend
The cowgirls who performed well in Fort Worth currently control the WPRA World Standings
The 2020 World Champion has already lapped the field twice, but the season has just gotten started
The Aussie was the only one who needed five Go-Rounds to get it done at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
The Texas Swing began with $20,000+ paydays for the champions in Fort Worth
The first stop of the Texas Swing had major implications on the 2024 season
In its first year as PRCA Playoff Series Rodeo, Odessa paid out more than $250,000 to kick off 2024.