Clark County Fair and Rodeo: Preview, Format, and How to Watch

The PRCA Playoff Series heads into Logandale, Nevada beginning Wednesday

Clark County

The Clark County Fair and Rodeo is the next stop in the PRCA Playoff Series. Athletes head to Logandale, Nevada for the five-day event that began in 1988. Stock Contractors Macza Pro Rodeo, Legacy Pro Rodeo, and Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics will bring roughstock for athletes to compete on.

The rodeo is set to pay over $250,000 this year and will feature the best names in the rodeo world.


Clark County will be a simple rodeo for fans to follow. In Roughstock events and in barrel racingit will be a one header with the top marked ride in each event being crowned the champion. Last year, champions won more than $6,000 in each event.

In all timed events other than barrel racing it will be a two-round competition with an aggregate champion. The aggregate champions won over $4,000 in the average alone last year and round winners won between $2,500 and $3,500.

What to Watch For

Performance 1 (Wednesday, April 10)

Things get kicked off on Wednesday night in Nevada and the Saddle Bronc field is loaded with stars. Zeke Thurston highlights the competitors as he will be competing against Dawson Hay, Brody Cress, Lefty Holman, Riggin Smith, Wade Sundell, and others.

Performance 2 (Thursday, April 11)

Thursday night is headlined by Josh Frost in the bull riding competing against Laramie Mosley, Brady Portenier, Jeff Askey and others.

In barrel racing, you can watch Emily Beisel and Chongo compete against Dona K Rule, Tarryn Lee and other great Barrel Racers.

The Bareback Riding is shaping up to be a good one on Thursday, with Keenan Hayes, Cole Reiner, Tristan Hansen, and Jayco Roper all competing.

Performance 3 (Friday, April 12)

The weekend kicks off at the Clark County Rodeo with a great performance on Friday night. In saddle bronc riding you can watch Sage Newman, Kolby Wanchuk, Tanner Butner, and Logan Hay compete for their chance at the title.

In bareback riding the big names are Clayton Biglow, R.C. Landingham, two-time rookie of the week Ethan Mazurenko, and Garrett Shadbolt.

Performance 4 (Saturday, April 13)

The stars are out on Saturday night in Nevada. In bareback riding you can watch Rocker Steiner, Dean Thompson, Jess Pope, Cole Franks, Caleb Bennett, and Tilden Hooper all compete.

In saddle bronc riding you’ll be able to see Statler and Ryder Wright compete against Ryder Sanford, Kole Ashbacher, and World No. 1 Damian Brennan.

Performance 5 (Sunday, April 14)

The final night of the rodeo comes on Sunday and will feature Tanner Aus, Orin Larsen, Ty Pope, and Kade Sonnier in the bareback riding.

In saddle bronc riding, you can see Kade Bruno, Layton Green, Leon Fountain, and others.

How to Watch & Broadcast Schedule

You can watch every performance LIVE on The Cowboy Channel+ App. and Performancees 1 and 5 live on The Cowboy Channe. Performances 2-4 will follow the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. For a full broadcast schedule click HERE.

Performance 1Wednesday, April 1010:00 PM
Performance 2Thursday, April 1111:00 PM
Performance 3Friday, April 1211:00 PM
Performance 4Saturday, April 1311:00 PM
Performance 5Sunday, April 149:00 PM