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Meet your 2021 RAM NCFR Contract Personnel!

Each year, champions from around the country head to Kissimmee, Florida to compete at one of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Associations’ richest rodeos! On April 9th and 10th, the best of the best will head to Osceola County for the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo! On the blog, meet your 2021 RAM NCFR contract personnel!  Announcers [caption id="attachment_12151"...

Meet your 2020 RAM NCFR champions!

Join us in tipping our Resistol hats to congratulate the 200+ circuit champions and the champions of the Mexican Rodeo Federation who all qualified for the 2020 RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo held in Greeley, Colorado. The hard work, dedication, and true grit of these talented individuals do not go unrecognized. These Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association...

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The Circuit Finals Rodeo season kicks off next week!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In 1975, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) created a system that breaks up the United States into 12 circuits. Circuits range from one state, like Texas, Montana, or California, to up to 13 states, such as the Frontier Circuit in the Northeast. Contestants can compete inside and outside of their circuit throughout the year, but...

Experience Kissimmee while navigating COVID-19

Central Florida thrives on year-round tourism and is home to numerous theme parks, live events, and the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo. However, because of the novel impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s difficult for tourists to travel and visit Kissimmee attractions. As we navigate events while adjusting for COVID-19, we’re helping spread information on how...

Florida fans got great RNCFR experience

By ProRodeo.com KISSIMMEE, Fla. – With the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo, it’s all about the fan. The format is set up with an elimination component so that the original 24 competitors in each event are worked down to an Elite Eight and Final Four on the last night. Fans know what’s at stake with every ride...

71 Days 7 Hours 28 Minutes 50 Seconds to the RAM NCFR!