NFR Round 7 Results for December 7th and event schedule for December 8th, 2022
As the athletes start competing in the second half of the WNFR 2022, the stakes are getting higher and higher for the top world contenders. Catch all of the contestant updates from Round 7 as well as updates on the current world standings. Who will the new world champions be? The seventh performance of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada has come and gone but the cowboys and cowgirls are working harder than ever. Cowboy Lifestyle Network is excited to be able to give you the full day in review including the Round Winners for each performance, daily entertainment, and places you need to check out.
Events Around Town
- The Cowboy Channel Cowboy Christmas
- Open daily December 1 — 10 | 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. | Las Vegas Convention Center, South Halls
- Cinch Western Gift Show
- Open daily December 1 — 11 from 9 a.m. — 6 p.m.
- South Point Exhibit Hall
- Cowboy Marketplace Gift Show
- Open daily December 1 — 10 from 10 a.m. — 5 p.m.
- Mandalay Bay Convention Center
- Country Christmas
- Open daily December 1 — 11 from 10 a.m. — 5 p.m.
- Rio Las Vegas
Athlete Autograph Signings
Nutrena Athlete Autograph Sessions at Cowboy Christmas upstairs at booth #3020
- Thursday, Dec. 8
- 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Jonathan Torres
- 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM | Kody Rinehart
Wrangler NFR Autograph Session — Bareback Riders
- 11 a.m. — 1 p.m.
- New York — New York — Beerhaus
- Free Admission/Open to the Public
- First come/first served; contestants depart at 1 p.m.
Junior World Finals
The Junior World Finals presented by YETI will host more than 850 contestants within the Wrangler Rodeo Arena over 10 days in December. Located in the heart of Las Vegas each contestant competes at the Las Vegas Convention Center. These young athletes will compete for more than $1 million in combined cash and prize payout on their quest to claim a coveted Montana Silversmiths championship buckle.
Wrangler Dawg House at Resorts World
If you’re staying at Resorts World, then make sure to come hang out with Wrangler and Nutrena at the DawgHouse. With nightly specials, entertainment, and viewing parties, there is some fun to be had by everyone! Winning Sports Bad of the Year, this is one of the best spots in Vegas to grab a beer and some grub before heading out to the Thomas and Mack Center for a performance of the Wrangler NFR. Learn more at www.dawghouselasvegas.com.
Official Wrangler NFR Watch Party at Tropicana Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada – Tis the season for the Superbowl of Rodeo, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 2022! The Official Wrangler NFR Watch Party presented by Cowboy Lifestyle Network is kicking off on Saturday, December 3rd, and Friday, December 9th, 2022. Wrangler Network and Cowboy Lifestyle Network have teamed up to throw a top-notch party. This is an exclusive invitational event only. This is a great time to come together, grab a cold one, and watch the best cowboys and cowgirls around take on the rankest animal athletes. Deck yourselves out by wearing your favorite vintage Wrangler wear and Come Early Due to Limited Capacity!
- SAT, Dec. 3rd, and FRI, Dec. 9th, 2022
- Doors Open at 5:15 PM
- Tropicana Las Vegas
Concerts for December 8th
- Planet Hollywood | Miranda Lambert
- Resorts World | Drake Milligan
- South Point | Randall King
- Mirage | Travis Denning
- MGM | Rodney Carrington
- Westgate | Josh Ward
NFR Round 7 Results & Winners
Congratulations to the Round Winners for the seventh night of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!
Bareback Riding: Jess Pope
The Pope is back with an 89-point ride. Jess still has a pretty good lead so it’ll be interesting to see how these last three rounds turn out. Kaycee Feild and Leighton Berry are right behind him in second and third.
Steer Wrestling: Ty Erickson
Ty took the round win with a clean 3.7 run in the seventh performance. This puts Ty in third place behind Stetson Jorgensen and Will Lummus.
Team Roping: Tyler Wade and Trey Yates
Yates and Wade clean up round six with a 3.9 second run. This puts them in the number five position heading into the final rounds!
Tie Down Roping: Kincade Henry
Kincade Henry takes the round win tonight with a solid 7.1 second run. This puts him in the number four spot!
Saddle Bronc Riding: Logan Hay
Logan makes it three for three last night at the NFR. He scored a solid 90 point ride last night to secure his win. That moves Logan up to the number five position and even further in the average.
Barrel Racing: Wenda Johnson
Wenda stole her second round win last night with a 13.60 second run.
Bull Riding: Trevor Kastner
Trevor made a phenomenal ride last night and secured a 90.5 point ride for the round win.
A huge congratulations to all the winners from last night’s performance, we can’t wait to see what everyone brings to the table for night number eight at the Wrangler NFR 2022. See y’all there!
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