As a Tremonton cowboy Caleb Bennett consistently places at Wrangler National Finals Rodeo,...
As a Tremonton cowboy Caleb Bennett consistently places at Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, he’s likely to move up in the ranks. He entered in sixth place.
Rodeo fans without DISH or DirecTV will have to pay for a streaming service to watch the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Olin Hannum, formerly of West Haven, is within reach of Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association steer wrestling world champion status.
A last-minute drop last year from qualifying for the PRCA rodeo with the highest payouts in the sport taught Plain City tie-down roper J.C. Malone to compete at every rodeo like it was his last chance to make it, he said.
Among the top professional cowboys vying for national titles Dec. 7-16 are Northern Utah residents Tim Bingham of Honeyville, a bull rider in seventh place and Caleb Bennett of Tremonton, a bareback rider in sixth place, both of whom have won $106,000 so far this season.
A Morgan cowgirl, McKenna Hales, Miss Rodeo Utah 2017, will compete for the title of Miss Rodeo America during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, starting next week.