Browning was a proud sponsor of this year's American Rodeo.
MARCH 7-8, 2020 AT&T STADIUM ARLINGTON, TX
2020年世界杯预选赛赛程The Browning team is back at the RFD-TV American Rodeo in 2020. We know that the Browning lifestyle and the rodeo lifestyle go hand in hand. Below are some amazing photos from this and last year's rodeo.
Looking back: Browning's support of "The American Rodeo".
Winners get cash plus a beautiful Browning Citori over and under.
Photos were taken by Janon Schelin and are used with permission. Copyright 2020.
Browning is a proud supporter of the "The American" rodeo.
RFD-TV’s The American is an annual event that occurs each February at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. The American is known as “the world’s richest one-day rodeo” and pays out $2.5 million annually through a series of qualifiers, The Semi-Finals, and the final event, RFD-TV’s The American. The event unites the top athletes in the world from the PRCA, WPRA, and PBR world standings and pits them against underdogs who advance from The American Semi-Finals, together to battle for the biggest single paycheck of their lives.
UPDATE FROM THE AMERICAN RODEO -- The home of the Dallas Cowboys became home to the world’s best cowboys and cowgirls today, Sunday, Feb. 25, as turf turned into dirt for the world’s richest one-day rodeo. RFD-TV’s The American, Presented by DISH payed-out $2 million dollars to the best athletes in PRCA, PBR and WPRA, and those who earned their spot as a qualifier, making the American dream come true for three athletes who advanced out of the semi-finals to split the million dollar purse.
Four-time PRCA world champion Kaycee Feild, six-time world champion steer wrestler Matt Reeves and ERA champion Cort Scheer all three took home $433,333 checks to split the million dollar prize as competitors who advanced from the semi-finals. Invitee’s Taci Bettis, Junior Nogueira and Kaleb Driggers, reigning PBR World Champion Jess Lockwood, defending American Tie-Down Roping Champion Marty Yates earned $100,000 checks.
2020年世界杯预选赛赛程Nogueira told the press he missed out on his late father’s Brazilian Hall of Fame induction ceremony for a chance to grab his American Dream. His father passed away doing what he loved most - Roping.
When asked what he planned to do with his newly signed check, Field responded saying, “When I retire from rodeoing, I don’t have to go get a 9-5, I can stay home with my kids and see them off to school and pick them up at home when they get off the School bus.” (For the full story go to )
Action photos provided by Browning rep and rodeo enthusiast, Janon Schelin. Winner images provided by RFD-TV. Copyright 2018.