Parker County Sherriff’s Posse Frontier Days: Preview, Format, and What to Watch For
The 76th Annual Parker County Sherrif’s Posse Frontier Days Rodeo begins with its Xtreme Bulls event on June 6 before the PRCA Rodeo begins on June 7. The revent was started by 13 Ranchers to keep the Western heritage and way of life going 76 years ago and has been one of the most exciting rodeos since. This year, athletes compete for their share of nearly $60,000.
The Parker County Sherrif’s Posse Frontier Days Rodeo is a simple format to understand. Athletes across all events are given one opportunity to submit their fastest run or highest-marked ride. The only event with more than one round is steer roping, where cowboys compete in three rounds and the Average winner is crowned champion.
What to Watch For
Performance 1 (June 7)
The Rookie bareback riders take center stage on Wednesday as five Rookies inside the Top 10 in the Resistol Rookie Race are competing. The field is headlined by the No. 2 Rookie and No. 7 overall bareback rider Kade Sonnier. Other top rookies competing include Luke Thrash, Ty Pope, Bradlee Miller, and Andy Gingerich.
Performance 2 (June 8)
Sage Newman recently overtook the No. 1 spot in the PRCA Saddle Bronc World Standings and is looking to extend his lead over Stetson Wright. He will have a chance to do so on Thursday as he highlights a great field in rodeo’s classic event. Newman, who has earned over $121,000 is competing alongside No. 9 Tanner Buthner, No. 10 Chase Brooks, No. 12 Brody Cress, and 2022 NFR qualifier Lefty Holman.
Performance 3 (June 9)
Since returning from injury, Sage Kimzey has skyrocketed up the PRCA World Standings. Kimzey currently sits No. 8 in the standings with just under $60,000 earned on the season. Kimzey is not the only big name in bull riding on Friday. Jeff Askey, who finished 2022 at No. 6 in the World and is currently sitting at No. 4, is also riding.
Performance 4 (June 10)
The final day of the rodeo is shaping up to be an exciting one with big names in each event. The bareback field features the top-ranked rider in the world, Leighton Berry. Berry matches up with San Angelo Sam as he looks to win the rodeo for the second consecutive year. In team roping, you can watch 2022 World Champions Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira compete as they look to crawl closer to the No. 1 spots in the World. Finally, in bull riding, you can catch Trey Benton III, Braden Richardson, Trey Holston, and 2012 World Champion Cody Teel compete.
How to Watch & Broadcast Schedule
|Performance 1||Wednesday, June 7th||9:00 PM Eastern|
|Performance 2||Thursday, June 8th||9:00 PM Eastern|
|Performance 3||Friday, June 9th||9:00 PM Eastern|
|Performance 4||Saturday, June 10th||9:00 PM Eastern|