Adding a Reno Rodeo championship to a contestant’s not only earns them a pile of money and championship spurs, it can be the catalyst that gets them to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. One of those contestants that was here on Tuesday night is Ryan MacKenzie from Jordan Valley, Ore. MacKenzie took the lead in the first round of saddle bronc riding with an 83-point effort on Big Bend Rodeo’s Crash Gate. While he has been a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowb...
If you go to the Reno Rodeo, odds are you have seen the bull riders. But who are they?
The Reno Rodeo brings in people from all over the country. Some cowboys and cowgirls are as authentic as they come, but some who attend the rodeo are not.
The Reno Rodeo generates business for a lot of local vendors. One business in Fallon travels the west coast to help keep horses looking - and feeling good.
If you head down to the rodeo and you want to dress like a cowboy or cowgirl, dozens of venders inside the events center are ready to help.
While Reno Rodeo ticket sales mean big revenues for the community overall, there are a lot of local suppliers who depend on the rodeo too.