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2017 RNCFR

New national champions crowned in Kissimmee at the RAM National Circuit Finals

Whoa, Kissimmee! Wasn’t it a whirlwind of a week? From kicking off the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo with the annual Cattle Drive in Downtown Kissimmee, to the first performance of the RNCFR, our contestants visiting places around our community, hosting the Women in Rodeo Conference for the first time, the Boots and Tees annual golf tournament benefiting Snip-It, the Skirts and Spurs annual luncheon benefiting JCCF, a Tailgate Experience, Showdown Sunday, and more… We hope our fans had a blast! We realize many folks traveled a great distance to come and experience Kissimmee. We hope that no matter how…

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Meet Ryder Wright: Blazing a trail all the way to Kissimmee

He hails from the Wilderness Circuit in Utah and from a champion bloodline of rodeo competitors… Meet Ryder Wright, son of the world champion saddle bronc rider Cody Wright, brother to the reigning 2016 RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo saddle bronc champion Rusty Wright, and nephew of two-time RNCFR saddle bronc champion Jesse Wright and professional rodeo competitors Jake Wright and Alex Wright. Just looking at this family’s rodeo pedigree, you can tell that it’s pretty unique. Riding saddle bronc at the age of 19, Ryder Wright is blazing a trail, making a standalone name for himself and making rodeo…

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5 reasons to give the gift of rodeo this holiday season

Give the gift of an experience like no other… Rodeo! Witness 2,000-pound bucking bulls, high-flying broncs, quick calves and corriente steer, and lightning fast barrel horses with competing champion cowboys and cowgirls all vying for $1 million in cash and prizes! Bet you don’t see that everyday, do ya? Best of all, you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home to do this kind of holiday shopping… You can do everything online! Though Christmas shopping can be fun, it can also be a bit of a chore. Crowded parking lots with no spaces, long checkout lines, and perhaps…

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Five things to put on your to-do list during Cowboy Christmas at the WNFR

Christmas is just around the corner which means we are singing, “Vivaaaa Las Vegas!” Whether you are singing Christmas carols – or Viva Las Vegas with us – the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) is just around the bend, taking place December 1st-10th. Each year, your RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo Committee attends the WNFR to speak at the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s annual convention at the South Point Hotel Casino, cheer on contestants at the WNFR (or attend RAM watch parties at the South Point), and host our booth on Rodeo Way at Cowboy Christmas. This year, we have…

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Check out what our fans have to say about the RNCFR in Kissimmee

Did you miss the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo this past spring? Well, you’re in luck! The RNCFR is coming up, just around the bend. This is an annual national championship event that takes place in sunny Central Florida on April 6-9, 2017. There are many things you can do in the Central Florida area, but the RNCFR brings to life the deeply rooted history of the sport of rodeo in Kissimmee. This is a family friendly event for all ages to enjoy! You might be wondering what this rodeo event has to offer your family on vacation or for…

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One Kissimmee Cowboy’s Circuit Journey on the Road to the RNCFR

He’s a Kissimmee cowboy with a big dream! Meet two-time Southeastern Circuit Average Winner and two-time RAM National Circuit Finals qualifier, Juan Alcazar. Born to a mother and father that immigrated from Cuba to Florida when they were in their 20s, Juan grew up right here in Osceola County, Florida. In 4th grade, he set some big goals, dreaming of becoming a professional rodeo cowboy with the PRCA. Now 30 years old, Juan has certainly been able to achieve that goal! Riding with his horse “Little Jack”, Juan travels all over the country competing as a steer wrestler. This summer,…

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A Unique Cultural Experience: How We Rodeo in Central Florida

When you think of Central Florida, you probably don’t picture a rodeo. But there are several different rodeos that take place across the region, most with significant historical roots in their communities. So what makes each one unique? If you’re a Central Floridian who follows the sport of rodeo, you may already know the answer to these questions. But if you’re less familiar with the sport of rodeo, we’d like to help educate and highlight a few rodeos in Central Florida and their unique qualities. RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo  This year marks the 30th anniversary of the RAM National…

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Highlights of the 2016 RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo

To the rodeo fans who attended or participated in the 2016 RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo event – THANK YOU! We are all about hospitality here in Kissimmee and we hope we provided the best to our fans. We invite you to read about a few of our favorite memories from the 2016 RNCFR. We call this the highlight reel! The 2016 RNCFR Cattle Drive On Monday, April 4th, we kicked off the RNCFR festivities with a cattle drive in historic downtown Kissimmee. Something like this has not been done in decades, and we truly enjoyed leaving our mark for…

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Honoring Heroes at the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo

During the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo, we are proud to honor our veterans during Wrangler National Patriot Night, taking place on Friday, April 8th. We are calling all active and retired service men and women to join us as honored guests for this event where they can receive free admission (with proper ID). While we will be swearing in a brand new group of United States Marine Corps recruits to become active for service on the dirt, we will also honor wounded vets that will be riding with us during the opening of Friday’s performance. We wanted to introduce…

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How the RNCFR in Kissimmee is creating opportunities for its contestants

Hailing from the First Frontier Circuit, meet Andy Carter, a 35-year-old bareback rider from Missouri. Andy has been to the Great Lakes Circuit Finals eleven times and the First Frontier Circuit Finals twice. He is no stranger to the PRCA circuit rodeos. Andy grew up around the sport of rodeo and started riding calves at age 7. He’s been riding for about 28 years, and has spent 13 of those years focused on bareback bronc riding. Andy was a contestant last year at the 2015 RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo. He qualified at First Frontier and was able to advance…

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