Rodeo Update: BFI Details Announced for 2020


When the Reno Rodeo was canceled, the Bob Feist Invitational was left to look for a new home.

Organizers of the world’s richest open roping have for decades worked closely with the Reno Rodeo, held on the same grounds each June, but when Reno had to call things, BFI owners Corky Ullman and Daren Peterson decided that rather than cancel for the first time since 1982, they would find a new place to honor Bob Feist’s original concept of promising professional ropers a lucrative event and fans a great show.

Now the BFI has found a new home for 2020 — the famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

BFI announced the new location and dates for the 2020 Wrangler BFI Week Presented by Yeti today. Here’s a look at the tentative schedule:

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