Western Sports Round-Up
Hosted by Steven Kenyon and Amy Wilson, and Janie Johnson, this one-hour series recaps rodeo results from around the country and includes interviews with special guests, plus footage of the latest performances in western sports.
Western Sports Round-Up will keep you up-to-date with the latest news and in-depth analysis of barrel racing, cutting, reining, team roping and more - along with complete previews of the nation's biggest events.
Simulcast at (6 PM ET, Moday – Friday) on RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM.
“It’s fun to watch the reaction that each guest has when they come in the Cowboy Channel studio," Amy says. "Then they see the original photos of the auction barn, and they realize the history there along with being impressed with studio. It’s all a great representation of what Western Sports is all about – appreciating the history and foundation while always striving to grow and improve in the future,” says Amy Wilson
"We've had some great guests come through the new studio in Fort Worth, which make for some pretty memorable moments — including the day we got to introduce the PRCA's teenage all-around standings leader, Stetson Wright, to 8-time World Champion and legend Larry Mahan," says Steve.
“Joining the Western Sports Round-Up team, as well as The Cowboy Channel team, has been an adrenaline rush from day one," says Janie. "But all I have to say is if you want to be a part of rodeo and all of the exciting things happening in professional rodeo, this is the only place to be. This is where it’s all happening, and with every day, the show keeps getting better and better. And to be a part of that is so cool. It feels very special to play a part in this world that I grew up in and have loved my entire life.”
Chad Berger Talks Smooth Operator And What It's Like To Watch All of His Bulls Buck
It was a year of records for Chad Berger Bucking Bulls. Berger was named PBR Stock Contractor of the Year for the 10th time and his bull Smooth Operator became the oldest bull to win a World Championship two years in a row.
Halyn Lide has posted the fastest time of the Reno Rodeo in Barrel Racing, but it came at a cost. Lide took a nasty spill after crossing the finish line and was visibly shaken up.