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RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo RNCFR 2019

From March 21-24, more than 200 top-ranked cowboys and cowgirls will compete in the 32nd RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Kissimmee, Florida at the Silver Spurs Arena. The rodeo is considered the second largest event in the United States. In Kissimmee, Western athletes vie for more than $1 million in cash in addition to a $20,000 vouchers for a brand new RAM truck and a Polaris ATV among other prizes.

History of the RNCFR

The PRCA divided the country into 12 different circuits in 1975. Each circuit contained one to 13 states. By 1987, Dodge became the sponsor of all of the circuits and the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo was born. By 2010, the Dodge brand incorporated the RAM Truck division and the Chrysler Group. However, two years later, the event became known as the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo. When the PRCA season comes to an end, the top ranking athletes from across the country have the chance to compete in the circuit finals. The champions of those events go on to compete in the RNCFR.

Country Thunder

It is official! You can now catch your favorite country music artists as well as the rockstars of Pro Rodeo. With options from dry camping to glamping, there is something for everyone.

Special Events

Adjacent to the entrance, families have the chance to attend the Tailgate Experience, which will include a DJ, live bands, a Kid’s Zone, exhibits and food trucks along with various vendors. Each evening, guests also have the chance to meet and greet their favorite cowboys who will be on hand for autographs.

RNCFR Tickets

Tickets are available at the Silver Spurs Arena box office throughout before and throughout the event. Tickets are also available online here. Adults 55+ qualify for a discount. Group prices are also available.

CLN Community & Event Sponsor

Krysta Paffrath, an Arizona native, is a social media marketer by trade but has a passion for the western lifestyle. She runs and owns two local businesses at just the young age of twenty-five. Her entrepreneurial spirit has guided her to work in many places like the WYO Quarter Horse Ranch in Thermopolis, Wyoming, a working cattle ranch in Seligman, Arizona and many places in between. Krysta has been involved in the rodeo scene for several years and is excited to be teaming up with Cowboy Lifestyle Network. Between being passionate about her career and preserving the western way of life she is excited to see what this next chapter holds for her.

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