COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 19, 2021) – The ProRodeo Cowboys Association®’s 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo® will see an expansion in the payout at the world’s biggest rodeo in December.
The Wrangler NFR, which gets back to Las Vegas Dec. 2-11, will have an exceptional contest payout of $10,257,048. This sum incorporates ensured prize cash of $1.2 million for all NFR qualifiers and $9,057,048 in contest prize cash.
Somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2020, the NFR paid out a sum of $10 million – $8.8 million in contest prize cash and $1.2 million in ensured prize cash to qualifiers.
The expansion will see round victors bring home $26,997 per round and normal champs acquire $69,234. Each go-round will pay a sum of $87,087, while the normal all out will pay $261,261 per occasion.
The stock worker for hire pay – which is 30% of the hopeful payout – is expanded to $3,077,114.
In the wake of occurring at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, in 2020, the Wrangler NFR will be once again at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas this year. Known as the most extravagant and most renowned rodeo on the planet, the Wrangler NFR draws in the best 15 challengers in sans protection riding, steer wrestling, group roping, saddle bronc riding, secure roping, barrel hustling and bull riding to go after a portion of the expanded tote and the pined for PRCA Gold Buckle.
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