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  • Meet the Queen: Nebraska

    By Wrangler Network contributor Miss Rodeo America Where I come from, we know no stranger. The western way of life still runs deep in the hearts of those who call Nebraska home. I am Laramie Schlichtemeier, your Miss Rodeo...
  • WEATHER GUARD PRCA World Standings Watch: Bill Tutor

    Lemonade out of Lemons…Keep Squeezing I’ve truly believe that much of what happens in our lives depends how we react and the path we choose in adversity and trials, the rest we have lil or no control over. Bill Tutor...
  • “Go West” with Legendary Bullfighter Jeremy Sparks

    Courtesy of Wrangler Network contributor Charlie Coon Being a good husband, father and Christian top the list of priorities for Jeremy Sparks today but as a kid he wanted to become a rodeo bullfighter. The Arkansas native is...


  • Wallace Tops Loaded Xtreme Bulls Field

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Ty Wallace had a premonition that Saturday was going to be a big day for him. He was right. The 23-year-old bull rider from Collbran, Colo., emerged from a field of 50 men to take the title at the San...
  • Outlaw Wins Round 2 in St. Louis

    By: Jordan Hebert February 25, 2017 ST. LOUIS – Chase Outlaw took the momentum from his split of Friday night’s Round 1 win and rolled it into a big ride that gave him the victory in Round 2 of the PBR Bass Pro Chute...
  • Lowe Brings Joy to Kids in Home State

    By: Justin Felisko February 25, 2017 ST. LOUIS – A year and a half ago, Mason Lowe packed up his gear bag inside Bridgestone Arena and quickly hustled to his truck following the 2015 Music City Knockout. Lowe could care...
  • The Morning Line: St. Louis, Day 2

    By: Slade Long February 25, 2017 ST. LOUIS – Tonight’s round is filled with solid, veteran bulls and there are some promising matchups here. But like last night, some of them may not quite achieve their potential. Eleven...