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2018 NFR Las Vegas Day 7

Here are the National Finals Rodeo performance results from Wed., Dec. 12, 2018.

NFR Day 7 Results

NFR: 60 Greatest of All Time

Tee Woolman

No one in ProRodeo history has qualified for more National Finals Rodeos and National Finals Steer Ropings than Tee Woolman...

Clint Johnson

A 10-year-old Clint Johnson began his rodeo career at a 4-H rodeo. In high school he qualified for the South...

Paul Tierney

The world tie-down roping champion in 1979, Tierney put together an even better season in 1980 to end Tom Ferguson’s...

Bruce Ford

Bruce Ford’s trademark riding style of feet high up for greater leg extension, with his riding arm absorbing the horse’s...

Allen Bach

Ellensburg High School graduate Allen Bach is one of the greatest team ropers of all time, with 29 National Finals...

Roy Cooper

Roy Cooper jumped out of the box, winning the world tie-down roping championship and Rookie of the Year honors the first...

Jimmie Munroe

Born into the heritage of the 101 Ranch, Jimmie entered her first horse show at three, her first rodeo at...

Monty Henson

Three-time world saddle bronc riding champion Monty “Hawkeye” Henson became one of the most colorful and personable cowboys on the...

Don Gay

Don Gay won four consecutive world championships, 1974-77, the PRCA Season Championship in 1978, and then followed with another three...

Tom Ferguson

Tom Ferguson’s record and accomplishments set high standards for the ProRodeo cowboys who have followed in his footsteps. The Oklahoma...

Leo Camarillo

The son of a working cowboy and ranch foreman, Leo Camarillo knew what discipline and hard work were all about...

Mel Hyland

Mel Hyland of Edmonton, Alberta, grew up with his own arena and practice bucking horses. There could be no other...

Phil Lyne

Phil Lyne, born Jan. 18, 1947, in San Antonio, was one of the few contestants to excel in every rodeo...

Joe Alexander

Joe Alexander dominated bareback riding like no other cowboy has to date. His five consecutive world titles and two regular...

Bill Smith

Bill Smith, born July 28, 1941, in Red Lodge, Mont., is one of a few men with the distinction of...

Roy Duvall

Although he never saw a rodeo until he was in high school, Roy Duvall of Boynton, Okla., learned fast and...

Jack Roddy

Jack Roddy, born Oct. 3, 1937, in San Francisco, competed in his first RCA rodeo at the age of 14...

Larry Mahan

His records might not stand anymore, but Larry Mahan, born Nov. 21, 1943, in Salem, Ore., definitely will go into...

Glen Franklin

Glen Franklin won three world championships in four years. Born March 18, 1936, in House, N.M., Franklin carried a rope...

Shawn Davis

Shawn Davis, a three-time world champion saddle bronc rider, has devoted much of his life to the sport of rodeo....

Jim Houston

As the inventor of the hard-handhold now used on virtually all bareback riggings, Jim Houston of Omaha, Neb., was one...

Harry Tompkins

In the span of 12 years, Harry Tompkins won five bull riding world titles, as well as one in bareback...

Jim Rodriguez Jr

Jim Rodriguez grew up in a roping arena owned by his father, applied his early training and individual skills to...

Jane Mayo

Riding her legendary horse V's Sandy, Jane Mayo won three consecutive Barrel Racing world championships. Mayo won her third gold...

Marty Wood

Marty Wood, who began his rodeo career as a bareback rider and bull rider, made his mark in ProRodeo in...

Dean Oliver

Between 1956 and 1969, Dean Oliver won eight world tie-down roping championships, dominating professional tie-down roping as no other man...

Jim Bynum

One of only three men to have won four or more steer wrestling world titles, James Bynum of Waxahachie, Texas,...

Casey Tibbs

Casey Duane Tibbs was born March 5, 1929, 50 miles northwest of Fort Pierre, South Dakota, in a log cabin...

Jim Shoulders

Born on May 13, 1928, in Tulsa, Okla., Jim Shoulders was a city boy with no livestock background. Shoulders was...

Jack Buschbom

Jack Buschbom, born Oct. 6, 1927, in State Center, Iowa, survived two serious accidents with horses before he ever started...