National Finals Rodeo

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National Finals Rodeo

National Finals Rodeo: The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is the richest and most prestigious rodeo in the world. It is the culmination of the rodeo season where the top 15 contestants in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing and bull riding compete to take home top honors and their share of a multi-million dollar purse.

Rodeo in Las Vegas
Each year the Wrangler NFR transforms the look and feel of the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” Rodeo fans decked out in jeans, boots and hats fill hotels, casinos, restaurants, shopping malls and showrooms. Hotel marquees will be splashed with the names of the brightest stars in country and western music for 10 days.

Cowboy Christmas, the longest running and original gift show of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo boasts over 300,000 square feet of show floor hosting 400 plus vendors from across the United States and Canada. Each year these vendors showcase their unique products which include: customized jewelry, western wear, boots and spurs, furniture, original art, handmade crafts, and pottery.

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Bear Pascoe is a name that many New York Giants fans will likely remember from his time with the team. Pascoe, who will be 34 years old next week, has football in his rearview mirror, but he isn’t done competing.

For some, moving on from the NFL can be a difficult adjustment, but it seems as though the former Super Bowl champion is onto pursuing rodeo as dream No. 2.

Following his release from the New England Patriots in 2016, Pascoe didn’t miss a beat making his next move on to rodeo.

“I just figured that was the next step,” . “That was always my plan. As soon as I was done with football, I’d dive into rodeo. It was time to move onto the next dream, the next goal.”

Pascoe grew up in California in a family of ranchers, but as the dream of playing in the NFL became a reality, he prioritized his football career. His father-in-law was a world champion steer wrestler and is now teaching Pascoe all he knows about the sport.

“This was something I was very upfront with Katie about,” Pascoe said of his wife. “I’d always said the two dreams I had were winning a Super Bowl and winning an NFR title. Katie is my No. 1 supporter. She’s always there in my corner. She was there from the get-go with my NFL career, there for the high and the lows.

“She saw everything with San Francisco, and that was a bad situation, to the good times in New York to the journeyman times from Atlanta to Chicago to Detroit to New England. When things were coming to an end, she was good with it, and she was excited to get back to the ranch and get started working with her horses.”