2019 Results

Current AT&T Center Arena Records

Bracket 1

Thursday, Feb. 7th - Results

Friday, Feb. 8th - Results

Saturday, Feb. 9th - Results

Bracket 2

Saturday, Feb 9th - Results

Sunday, Feb. 10th - Results

Monday, Feb. 11th - Results

Bracket 3

Tuesday, Feb 12th - Results

Wednesday, Feb. 13th - Results

Thursday, Feb. 14th - Results

Bracket 4

Friday, Feb 15th - Results

Saturday, Feb. 16th - Results

Saturday, Feb. 16th - Results

Bracket 5

Sunday, Feb. 17th - Results

Sunday, Feb. 17th - Results

Monday, Feb. 18th - Results


Tuesday, Feb. 19th - Results (Semifinals 1, Round 1)

Wednesday, Feb. 20th - Results (Semifinals 1, Round 2)

Thursday, Feb. 21st - Results (Semifinals 2, Round 1)

Friday, Feb. 22nd - Results (Semifinals 2, Round


Saturday, Feb. 23rd - Results

Xtreme Bulls

PRCA Xtreme Bulls Results - Feb. 23rd

Bullfighters Only Results - Feb. 23rd

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Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019
1:00 PM

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The top ten (10) bull riders who advance to Semifinals I and the ten (10) bull riders who advance to Semifinals II will automatically qualify for the Xtreme Bulls event.

The next 16 top money winners based on total earnings in the 2019 San Antonio Rodeo will qualify for the Xtreme Bulls event for a chance to earn a piece of a $100,000 payout!

*Qualification into the San Antonio Xtreme Bulls is based on the top 45 contestants from the 2018 PRCA Rodeo Season and the top 5 contestants from the 2019 PRCA Rodeo Season.




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Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019
1:00 PM

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Freestyle Bullfighting is making its way back to the spotlight! During the Xtreme Bulls event on Saturday, Feb. 23th, see skilled athletes face off for 60 seconds with a ruthless Mexican Fighting Bull.

Scores are based on a maximum of 50 points for the bull and 50 points for the athlete. Points are earned for agility and style in maneuvering a relentless bull. 


Toby Inman
Hometown: Davis Junction, IL 
Total Earnings: $12,500.00 

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Tournament-Style Format


Bracket Download

How it works:

  • The first 15 rodeo performances make up our Brackets.
  • Each Bracket is made up of 3 performances.
  • Ten contestants (or teams) compete per Bracket in each rodeo event.
  • The top 4 money winners in each event from each Bracket advance to the Semifinals.
  • There are two Semifinals made up of 2 performances.
  • The top 5 money winners in each event from each Semifinal advance to the Finals.
  • The contestant with the most money accumulated at the end of the Finals will be crowned San Antonio Rodeo Champion!

Bareback Riding / Steer Wrestling / Team Roping / Saddle Bronc RidingTie-Down Roping / Barrel Racing / Bull Riding

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Action begins: Feb. 7, 2019

Doors open two (2) hours prior to showtime.

Following each performance, our rodeo entertainment will take the stage and is included with your rodeo ticket!

The San Antonio Rodeo is sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women's Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA).

The PRCA and WPRA rodeo seasons begin on October 1 and end September 30 each year.

Per ground rules of the San Antonio Rodeo, contestants are eligible to enter based on these criteria:


  • Top 45 contestants in each event in the 2018 PRCA World Standings
  • Top 5 contestants in each event in the 2019 PRCA World Standings


  • Top 37 contestants in the 2018 WPRA World Standings
  • Top 4 contestants from the 2018 WPRA Tour Standings
  • Top 9 contestants from 2019 WPRA World Standings

Click here   to see which of your favorite contestants will be in San Antonio!

Contestants by Bracket  (subject to change)

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Mr. Jack Seller founded the Jack Seller’s Bexar County Palomino Patrol in 1951 especially for the Grand Entry of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. It has provided a colorful start for every performance of the rodeo to date and carries the American Flag in a special “Salute to America” presentation. The Patrol is known for its beautiful Palomino horses, silver saddles, and the riders’ rhinestone uniforms which add to the unique look and feel of the Grand Entry.

The Drill Team honors the spirit of Texas heritage by carrying the Texas flag. Members of this team must have excellent horsemanship abilities due to the fast paced action they provide. Their uniform consists of chaps designed in black and silver leather, which match the horses’ tack.

In the past, the Palomino Patrol has served as the color-guard for three gubernatorial parades, was presented to Queen Elizabeth II during her royal visit to San Antonio, has performed for the President of Mexico, and appeared in movies including Selena and Texas Justice.

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The Mutton Bustin' event, sponsored by State Farm Insurance, is a crowd favorite! Little Buckaroos "cowboy up" and hold on for six exciting seconds! The audience goes wild as these young rodeo contestants take a thrilling ride under the big lights of the AT&T Center. Mutton Bustin' takes place during every rodeo performance, excluding the Finals. 


Participation is limited to boys and girls between the ages of 4-7 and weighing less than 55 lbs., at the time of competition. Entries for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Mutton Bustin' are accepted online between September 15th and October 15th. Contestants will be randomly selected from a pool of qualified entries. Participants are notified in December each year.

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Bareback Riding

With nothing to hold but a "rigging" or suitcase-like handle on a strap secured comfortably behind the horse's front legs, the cowboy must maintain balance and control while the horse bucks and pitches. A "flank strap" is secured around the horse's hind end which tells the animal it's go-time! The ride is judged on the cowboy’s spurring motion in coordination with the horse’s movement, as well as the bucking action of the animal. A rider is disqualified if he fails to have his heels touching the animal above the point of the horse's shoulders when it makes its first jump, known as the "mark-out" rule. The rider cannot touch any part of the horse or himself during the 8-second ride. A high-scoring ride is in the high 80s or 90s out of a possible 100 points.

Steer Wrestling

Sometimes referred to as "bulldogging," steer wrestling is an all-out battle of strength. The cowboy starts out on horseback in a three-sided fenced area known as "the box." A rope, known as the "barrier," is attached to the steer and serves as a head start for the animal. Once the cowboy nods to indicate his readiness, the gate is opened and the steer exits the chute. When the steer reaches the end of the rope, the barrier is released and the cowboy takes off in pursuit. If the cowboy leaves before the steer, a 10-second penalty is added to his final time and referred to as a "broken barrier". If the cowboy reaches the steer, he dismounts using strength and leverage, slows the animal by digging his heels into the dirt and maneuvers the steer to the ground. In order to catch the sprinting steer, the bulldogger relies on a “hazer”, which is another mounted cowboy running beside the steer. Time stops when the steer is on its side with all four feet pointing in the same direction.

Team Roping

This is the only true team event in rodeo - one "header" who ropes the head of the steer and one "heeler" who ropes the heels, or feet, of the steer. Each contestant begins in their respective "roping box" - a three-sided fenced area with a chute containing the steer in the middle. Similar to Steer Wrestling, a breakaway rope or "barrier" is attached to the steer  and released once the steer reaches its advantage point The "broken barrier" rule also applies with a 10-second penalty added to the team's time. Once the steer is out, the header leaves the roping box in pursuit of the steer, roping it around the horns, neck, or a horn-neck combination. He then turns the steer quickly to the left so the heeler has a shot at both of its hind legs. The clock stops when their horses are facing each other and their ropes are pulled tightly. If the heeler catches only one leg, a five-second penalty is added. A fast time in the Team Roping is less than 4 seconds.

Saddle Bronc Riding

Saddle bronc riding is rodeo's classic event since it derived from the practice of "breaking" or training saddle horses in the Old West. The contestant sits in a standard saddle attached to the back of the horse - but with no saddle horn. For leverage, he holds a thick "rein" or rope that is attached to the horse’s halter, which can only be held with one hand. When the gate swings open, the cowboy must adhere to the "mark-out" rule in which he must have his heels touching the animal above the point of the horse's shoulders when it makes its first jump. Otherwise, the cowboy will be disqualified and given a "no score." Synchronization with the horse’s movements earns higher scores. When the horse’s front feet are on the ground, the rider’s heels must be in front of the horse’s shoulders, toes turned out. As the horse resets for its next move, the cowboy brings his heels to the back of the saddle, all the while anticipating the animal’s next jump. If the contestant touches any part of the horse or himself with his free hand during the 8-second ride, he will be disqualified. A high-scoring ride is in the 80s or 90s out of a possible 100 points.

Tie-Down Roping

Like many rodeo events, tie-down roping can be traced back to the working ranches of the Old West. The roper begins his run from “roping box,” with a barrier rope across the open front. The box is adjacent to a chute, containing the calf. One end of the breakaway barrier is looped around the calf and released as soon as the calf reaches its advantage point. If the roper beats the calf out of the chute, a 10-second penalty is added to his final time and considered a "broken barrier." Once the calf is caught by the cowboy’s loop, the horse is trained to come to a stop and pull back to remove any "slack" or extra rope to keep the calf still. The cowboy quickly dismounts and sprints down his rope to the calf and turns the calf by hand, referred to as “flanking”. If the calf is not standing when the cowboy reaches it, he must allow the calf to stand before he proceeds to flank it. Once flanked, the roper ties any three of the animal’s legs together with a “pigging string” - a short looped rope. To signal that his run is complete, the contestant throws his hands in the air. He then remounts his horse and must wait six seconds to ensure that the calf does not kick free. If the calf does not remain tied, the roper receives no time. At San Antonio, a fast run in is less than 7 seconds.

Barrel Racing

Arranged in a triangle, barrel racers must run around all three barrels in a pattern known as a "cloverleaf" being careful not to turn one over. Riders may begin on the left or the right barrel first, but the pattern cannot be broken. Horses must be not only swift, but accurate in their ability to maneuver around the barrels with ease and agility. If the rider or the horse makes contact with a barrel, it can be touched in order to keep it from falling. If not, each fallen barrel adds a penalty of five-seconds to the rider’s final time. The sport is timed to the hundredth of a second. An “electric eye,” or automatic stopwatch serves as the timer on the arena floor and starts and stops once the horse and rider run in front of it. A fast run is less than 14 seconds.

Bull Riding

One 2,000 pound animal paired against one 150 pound man ensures an adrenaline rush for those brave enough to climb in the chutes. To stay on, the rider grasps a flat braided rope or "bull rope" which is wrapped around the bull’s chest just behind its front legs. One end of the bull rope, called the “tail”, is threaded through the loop on the other end and fastened around the animal. The rider then wraps the tail around his hand holding the rope, sometimes weaving it through his fingers to further secure his grip. When the chute gate opens riders must stay on for eight seconds, while a twisting, bucking mass of muscle tries anything to buck them off. If the contestant makes contact with the animal or themselves with their free hand, they receive no score. Points are based on rider's ability to stay on, as well as the bull’s bucking action. Extra points are awarded to those who are controlled enough to spur their bull with one or both of their dulled spurs. A high-scoring ride is in the high 80s or 90s out of a possible 100.

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After 18 days of rodeo, we select an Animal Athlete in every event that has excelled in the arena and award their owner with a bonus check!




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Rodeo Announcers

Randy Corley, Silverdale, WA

2017 Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductee

12X PRCA Announcer of the Year

15X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Announcer

Wayne Brooks, Lampasas, TX

5X PRCA Announcer of the Year 

8X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Announcer

Stock Managers & Chute Bosses

 Rhett Beutler, Elk City, OK

 Binion Cervi, Sterling, CO

 John Gwatney, Marquez, TX

Pick-up Men

   Chase Cervi, Sterling, CO

2X PRCA Pickup Man of the Year

6X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Pickup Man

   Randy Britton, Kiowa, CO

   Gary Rempel, Great Falls, MT

9X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Pick-up Man


   Sunni Deb Backstrom, Secretary

16X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Secretary

   Michelle Corley, Timer

   Amanda Sanders, Timer

Bullfighters & Barrelman

      Leon Coffee, Blanco, TX

2018 Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductee

PRCA Clown of the Year

2X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Bullfighter

3X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Barrelman

Cody Webster, Wayne, OK

6X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Bullfighter

Chuck Swisher, Dover, OK

2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Bullfighter

Nate Jestes, Douglas, WY

3X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Bullfighter

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2019 Rodeo Champions

Bareback Riding

Orin Larsen
Hometown: Inglis, MB
Total Earnings: $29,500.00

Steer Wrestling

Tyler Waguespack
Hometown: Gonzales, LA
Total Earnings: $22,750.00

Team Roping

Header: Tate Kirchenschlager            Heeler: Ross Ashford
Hometown: Morgan Mill, TX                Hometown: Lott, TX
Total Earnings: $26,000.00            Total Earnings: $26,000.00

Saddle Bronc Riding

Wade Sundell
Hometown: Coleman, OK
Total Earnings: $26,500.00 

Tie Down Roping

Shane Hanchey
Hometown: Sulphur, LA
Total Earnings: $23,500.00 

Barrel Racing

Hailey Kinsel
Hometown: Cotulla, TX
Total Earnings: $29,500.00 

Bull Riding

JW Harris
Hometown: Mullin, TX
Total Earnings: $25,250.00 

Xtreme Bulls

Trey Benton
Hometown: Rock Island, TX
Total Earnings: $37,250.00 



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Arrival/Departure Schedule

Bracket: Arrive AFTER: Depart By:
Bracket 1 2 PM Wed.     Feb. 6               10 AM Sun.      Feb. 10
Bracket 2 2 PM Fri.        Feb. 8 10 AM Tues.     Feb. 12
Bracket 3 2 PM Mon.     Feb. 11 10 AM  Fri.       Feb. 15
Bracket 4 2 PM Thurs.    Feb. 14 10 AM Sun.      Feb. 17
Bracket 5 2 PM Sat.       Feb. 16 10 AM Tues.     Feb. 19
Semi-Finals I 2 PM Mon.      Feb. 18 10 AM Thurs.    Feb. 21
Semi-Finals II 2 PM Wed.      Feb. 20 10 AM Sat.       Feb. 23
Finals 2 PM Fri.         Feb. 22 10 AM Sun.      Feb. 24
Ranch Rodeo             2 PM Sat.        Feb. 24 10 AM  Mon.     Feb. 24


      • Stalls are issued upon arrival at the Horse Arrival Station.
      • Stalls are MANDATORY for every horse entering the grounds.
      • No preassigned stalls. Stalls will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
      • Stall barn is fully enclosed. Stalls are 10'x10' and are concrete.
      • Locks are not allowed on horse stalls.
      • Stalls must be kept clean and refuse disposed of in marked containers.
      • Contestants are not allowed to move other owners' horse from stalls. Any damage or physical alteration to stalls will be charged to contestant. 
      • No portable pens will be allowed on the grounds.

      Horse Arrival Station Hours

      • Wednesday, February 6th                                2 PM - MIDNIGHT
      • Thursday, Feb 7th - Saturday, Feb 23th           6 AM - MIDNIGHT
      • Sunday, Feb 24th                                             6 AM - NOON
      • Arrival and departure dates and times are to be strictly adhered to.
      • Stalls must be vacated no later than 10 AM the day after your last performance.
      • If horses are not out of stalls at assigned times, they will be moved by management.
      • Absolutely no horses will be accepted prior to scheduled time of arrival.

      Call the Horse Arrival Station at (210) 225-4328 for emergency or late arrivals.

      Health Requirements

      • Health papers will be inspected at Horse Arrival Station and there will be no exceptions.
      • Trailer releases will be required for all trailers and horses. Releases must be obtained at the Horse Arrival Station. Driver, truck, and trailer license numbers are required on all releases.
      • A guard will be on duty at all times and no trailer or horse will be permitted to leave without this release.

      Current TAHC Requirements

      Veterinarians and Farriers

      Veterinarians, Farriers, First Aid: For the convenience of contestants, S.A.L.E. arranges to have veterinarians, farriers and first aid available. Contestants are not required to use these suppliers. These suppliers do not donate their services or medications. Fees should be discussed before treatment. Locations for these services will be posted at the Horse Arrival Station and at all unloading areas.

      Warm-Up Arena

      The South Extension Arena is an indoor warm-up arena and is approximately 100' x 200'. It is located in the extension of the Expo Hall.

      Feed and Bedding

      Shavings and feed may be purchased at the S.A.L.E. Feed Store. Exhibitors may not bring excessive amounts of feed or hay onto the grounds. These supplies will be available for a reasonable price at the Feed Store. All proceeds will go to the S.A.L.E. Scholarship Fund. Only wood shavings or wood pellets are permitted as stall bedding in the Stall Barn.

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Welcome to the Alamo City!

To arrange for transportation to and from San Antonio hotels, rodeo grounds or the International airport, please call our San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo VIP Transportation line: 210-417-8054.

Hotel Information

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For more information about San Antonio, visit the Convention and Visitors Bureau.


Restaurants, Pharmacies, Dry Cleaners

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For 2018 - additional security will be visible in and around the AT&T Center which may include metal detectors and body screening. We ask you show consideration to those protecting our event.

The Rodeo Contestant Hospitality Committee extends a Texas-sized welcome to all our contestants! Our goal is to make you feel at home during your stay in San Antonio. If there's anything we might be able to do to make your visit better, please just ask one of our volunteers in the Rodeo Contestant Hospitality Room.

Located in the southwest corner of the 200,000 sf. Cattle Barn, and a rock's throw from the AT&T Center, you will find a lounge area dedicated specifically to YOU!

Entrance Requirements

  • Must be a PRCA Contestant or rodeo contractor competing at this year's rodeo
  • Photo ID
  • One (1) immediate family member per PRCA card must register under your name
  • No companion passes accepted


  • Monday thru Thursday - 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • Friday - 5:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • Saturday - 11:00 a.m. continuous until 11:30 p.m.
  • Sunday - 11:00 a.m. continuous until 11:00 p.m.
  • Exception: First Sunday - hours 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


  • Wireless Internet
  • Desktop computers with internet access
  • Hot meals and refreshments provided each day of the rodeo, FREE of charge, by our sponsors.
  • Live feeds of each performance
  • Play cards, dominoes, or games with your friends or your family.
  • Watch TV or a video and put up your boots for a while.
  • Designated play area for children.
  • Transportation from the contestant parking lot, as well as from the airport if necessary.
  • Clean restrooms with extra toiletries, baby changing areas, diapers, etc.
  • Grab a sack lunch on your way out of town.

Autograph Sessions

This is a great opportunity for you to meet your fans! After each performance, contestants participating in the autograph session will follow members of the Rodeo Contestant Hospitality Committee up to the Plaza Level of the AT&T Center to the sponsored autograph signing tables. Fans will be gathered here for photos and autographs. Sign-up in the Rodeo Contestant Hospitality Room.

Contestants are also encouraged to meet fans/patrons at the Rodeo Star Experience. This "star package" pays the San Antonio Rodeo contestant's entry fees each year. The Rodeo Star Experience tent is located adjacent to the Hospitality Room and the "Meet and Greet" with fans begins 1 hour before each rodeo performance. Come say thank you to the men and women who helped pay your way into competition!

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Physical Address

3201 E. Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78219

Enter through the West Gate (A) off Houston Street and you will be directed to Horse Arrival.

Horse Arrival & Stalling

You will receive stall assignments and contestant credentials at Horse Arrival Station in front of the Expo Hall.

Proceed to unloading area at Horse Stall Barn. See Stalling Info


After unloading, you will park your vehicle and trailer in Lot 8 - north of the Horse Stall Barn.

RV Hookups are not provided onsite. However, you are welcome to dry-dock in Lot 8 or take advantage of the RV locations Around Town.

Grounds Map

Shuttle Service

Shuttles are available for contestants from Lot 8 to the Rodeo Contestant Hospitality Room.

To/From San Antonio Airport:

  • We're happy to bring you to the rodeo or other areas Around Town!
  • Please provide 24-hour advance notice. Call 210.417.8054 or 210.225.5851.

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The Calf Scramble takes place during each rodeo performance with the exception of the Finals. In the Calf Scramble, 4-H and FFA members compete with one another to catch and halter one of the calves across the finish line. The successful scramblers receive a certificate to aid in the purchase of a breeding animal to be raised and shown at the San Antonio Livestock Show the following year.

For more information regarding the Calf Scramble, click here.

Donations may be submitted online below or mailed to:

Calf Scramble
P. O. Box 200230
San Antonio, Texas 78220-0230

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