Meet the Associations

Rodeo All-Star is where the Elite in Rodeo Compete. Which is why we invite the World Champion and the Finals Champion from each rodeo association to come compete at Rodeo All-Star. Find out about the top rodeo associations and come cheer their contestants on at Rodeo All-Star Weekend.

Pro Rodeo Association

The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the largest and oldest rodeo-sanctioning body in the world. [ learn more ]

http://prorodeo.com

RFDTV The American

When the dust settles at this action-packed event, the toughest competitors in the world will ride away with the most significant one-day cash payout ever awarded. [ learn more ]

http://rfdtv.com

Women’s Professional Rodeo Association

The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association was formed in 1948 when thirty-eight cowgirls came together in San Angelo, Texas to create an organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of women in the sport of rodeo. [ learn more ]

http://wpra.com

Pro Rodeo Canada Association

The Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA) with headquarters in Airdrie, Alta., is the sanctioning body for professional rodeo in Canada. The CPRA sanctions over 50 events annually with a total payout exceeding $5.1 million.  [ learn more ]

http://prorodeocanada.com

Indian National Finals Rodeo

In 1976, five people gathered to put a concept to reality. They united several regional Indian Rodeo Associations from the U.S. and Canada to form the Indian National Finals Rodeo Inc. (INFR).  [ learn more ]

http://infr.org

International Pro Rodeo Association

The International Pro Rodeo Association is proud to celebrate 61 years of rodeo excellence.  Founded in 1957 by two rodeo promoters, the Interstate Rodeo Association, IRA, was formed as a rodeo management organization and a sanctioning body.  [ learn more ]

http://ipra-rodeo.com

Professional Bull Riders

The concept is simple enough: match the world’s best bull riding athletes against the toughest animal athletes on the planet in an 8-second man versus beast duel. Put the cowboys against one another in a season-long battle to claim the year-end title of PBR World Champion, and with that, a share of more than $10 million in prize money including the $1 million year-end bonus for the season’s best bull rider. [ read more ]

https://www.pbr.com

College National Finals Rodeo

The CNFR is the best of the best in college rodeo. It is where the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association crowns individual event champions in saddle bronc riding, bare back riding, bull riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, team roping, barrel racing, breakaway roping, and goat tying. National team championships are also awarded to both men’s and women’s teams. [ read more ]

http://cnfr.com

Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo

The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo celebrates and honor Black Cowboys and Cowgirls and their contributions to building the west. We highlight the irrefutable global appeal of Black Cowboys and Cowgirls in the West and the stories behind a sub-culture that is still strong today. BPIR also serves as a cultural event and opportunity for families to enjoy and embrace the cowboy culture, while being educated and entertained with reenactments, history highlights, and western adventure. [ read more ]

http://billpickettrodeo.com