Watch the action at the RAM NCFR! The 2020 RAM NCFR will be held on Sept. 10-13 in Greeley, CO and hosted by Greeley Stampede Committee. The RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo is the PRCA’s national championship. The best cowboys from the 12 PRCA Circuits, across the US, Canada and Mexico, will compete in each of the 7 traditional rodeo events for $500,000 plus prizes. The RAM NCFR is a tournament-style rodeo where every cowboys competes in 2 rounds, with the top 8 in each event advancing to the semifinals. The top 4 from the semifinals will compete in a sudden-death round for the National Title in their respective event.
|Venue||Stampede Arena, Greeley, CO|
|Dates||Thu, Sept. 10, 2020 – Sun, Sept. 13, 2020|
|Networks||Cowboy Channel, Cowboy Channel +|
The RAM NCFR was scheduled for April in Kissimmee, Florida, but was postponed due to COVID-19. The PRCA and the Greeley Stampede are partnering to host this year’s championship in September, instead of the already scheduled Spud Rodeo.
RAM NCFR Locations
- 1987-2010: Pocatello, Idaho (Holt Arena)
- 2011-2013: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Jim Norick Arena)
- 2014: Guthrie, Oklahoma (Lazy E Arena)
- 2015-2019: Kissimmee, Florida (Silver Spur Arena)
- 2020: Stampede Arena, Greeley, CO
RAM NCFR Ticket Lottery
Due to the popular response of the RAM NCFR coming to Greeley and limited seating, tickets for the event will be available through a lottery system. Registration for the lottery is open right now and will be until August 25th. On August 26th the Greeley Stampede will randomly select and contact people to purchase tickets. Selected guests will be contacted by email with instructions on how to make their purchase. Each guest selected will be able to purchase up to eight (8) total tickets. The ticket allotment can be broken between several performances or all eight used to one performance. If there are remaining tickets available after the lottery is over, they will be open to the public beginning September 2nd.
What is the payout?
The NCFR event winners receive a $20,000 voucher for a new RAM vehicle, a Polaris RANGER UTV, a pair of exotic boots from Justin Boots, a trophy saddle from Cactus Saddlery and a Montana Silversmiths buckle, in addition to their winnings. And the circuit from the PRCA circuit system winning the most money overall at the NCFR retains bragging rights for the year (and a nice bonus from RAM).
What TV Channel will the RAM NCFR be on?
The entirety of the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo’s main performances will air live on the The Cowboy Channel, Cowboy Channel + from Thu, Sept. 10, 2020 – Sun, Sept. 13, 2020. NFRUpdates.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo 2020 on TV and online.
How to watch 2020 RAM NCFR?
Western Lifestyle Network is pleased to share with an individual the latest and finest in rodeo news in addition to events, up next will be the highly-anticipated RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo 2020! The RAM NCFR will be televised Thu, Sept. 10, 2020 – Sun, Sept. 13, 2020. Performances live on The Cowboy Channel and Cowboy Channel +. The Cowboy Channel now available on Dish Network-232, Direct TV-603, Cox-260 anytime, and anywhere.
The Cowboy Channel:
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Cowboy Channel +
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