Today’s guest is WPRA Rookie Barrel Racer Kalli McCall. The 2023 Resistol Rookie barrel race is a tight one this year. All year Kalli has been battling with Rainey Skelton and Victoria Procter to see who will be the top Rookie this year. A big win came for Kalli at the Rookie Roundup in Fort Worth ealier this year with her horse Mohawk. All summer long Kalli has been grinding away to acheive her goals. Kalli has brought on a new horse into her lineup named Dyna, who she will finish up the season with. Win or lose she has given it her all.
Originally from Wendell, ID, tie-down roper Brayden Roe is an up and coming athlete with the talent and passion to make a name for himself in professional rodeo. Fighting his way through the Resistol Rookie Roundup in Fort Worth, Texas, Roe ended up with an 8.7-second run in the short round to take home the win.
Cash Robb is the 2020 NHRA Steer Wrestling Champion, is Currently leading in the PRCA standing in Steer Wrestling, and 12th in the World Standings. Cash Robb is having an outstanding rookie season winning the Resistol Rookie Roundup in Fort Worth this past weekend. Cash has been throwing down steers for half his life and wouldnt want to be doing anything else. We caught up to Cash on his way to Guymon, Oklahoma for a rodeo this weekend. We wouldn’t be surprised to see this young man in Las Vegas come December.
Tristin Parker is a bull rider, and is currently the # 1 rookie, and # 7 in the world. Tristin is 19 years old and calls Winnie, Texas home. This weekend is the Resistol Rookie Roundup to be held in Fort Worth at the Cowtown Coliseum in the Stockyards. The Rookie Roundup is a premier event with $100,000 purse money on the line for the two day event. All the money earned from this event only counts towards Rookie standings, but not to World standing money. We are excited to be apart of this annual event.
UBF Midnight Bullfights join entertainment-packed lineup of programming during the 2023 PBR World Finals, including PBR’s Dirty 30 celebration, headlined by renowned comedian Larry the Cable Guy and country music stars Ryan Bingham and Chris Janson
As the lone rider to go a perfect 2-for-2, Cerqueira earned 58 Velocity Global points inside Cowtown Coliseum.
FORT WORTH, Texas – In front of an electric Thursday night crowd in Fort Worth, Texas, Alex Cerqueira (Iguatemi, Brazil) delivered a perfect 2-for-2 finish to win the eighth iteration of the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Stockyards Showcase inside the iconic Cowtown Coliseum.
Cerqueira first struck in Round 1 when he delivered what would remain the high-marked ride of the event. Matched with Disco Inferno (Lancaster & Jones Pro Rodeo), Cerqueira remained in perfect time with the animal athlete, reaching the requisite 8 for 87.5 points.