Despite the COVID-19 pandemic in our mist and adhering to government measures to keep distance, sanitize our hands and stay home. The Cowboy Channel will be presenting the Digital Rodeo Tournament for the following categories; steer wrestling, bareback riding, team roping, and saddle bronc riding.
Number one Steer wrestler Matt Reeves is the only one to be in the final round in those four events. He is a 7-time qualifier and NFR defending champion and will be going against Bridger Anderson, who is number 10 and eyeing to qualify for NFR.
The matchups will be as follows:
- Bareback riding semifinals results
Both Holman and Allen are in the top 10 of the PRCA | RAM World Standings. Holman, 21, will be hunting to qualify for his first NFR this season. And number 4 Allen Boore, who appeared in the 2016 finals, will go head-to-head in the Saddle bronc riding competition.
- Steer wrestling semifinals results
In this category, there will be stiff competition between two Bareback riders; both have 9 qualifications in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Tanner Aus, number 8 and Ty Breuer, number 11, will go head-to-head for the championship for bareback riding at the Digital Rodeo tournament.
- Saddle bronc riding semifinals results
Westyn Hughes, number 14, knocked off number 7 Timber Moore to guarantee himself in the calf roping finals where he will meet number 9 Riley Pruitt, who upset Tyler Milligan.
- Tie-down roping semifinals results
The finalist in team heeling, team roping heading, bull riding, and barrel racing voting will begin at noon (ET) on Monday prorodeo.com. The Cowboy Channel will present the Digital Rodeo Tournament champion crowning on June 22-25.
Difficult times call for different measures, and that’s why fans now can rejoice thanks to The Cowboy Channel for the opportunity that they have created. For, the fans can vote now for cowboys and cowgirls in the tournament.
Following government call for COVID-19 measurements, to stay home and keep distance as a way to curb the spread of the virus. The PRCA took the initiative of introducing the PRCA Digital Rodeo Tournament after postponing the Rodeos earlier on.
Now both the competitors, the fans, and the entire faculty of PRCA have another chance to enjoy the sport at their comfort through live streaming and voting for their favorite riders. Until when we get back to normalcy.
Lena Wood graduated from John Carroll University in the year 2002. She born and grown up in Dallas but later she moved to Cleveland for Studying. Lena has written for several major publications including Community Newspapers and News Desk. Lena is a community Reporter and also Covers National Topics.