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Colorado and Wyoming cowboys win big at 2007 NFR

Your first impression when you walk into Thomas and Mack arena is “My God, it’s small”. Compared to a large, open arena like Cheyenne Frontier Days, Thomas and Mack is not small ” it’s tiny. Thomas and Mack was designed as a basketball arena and seats only 17,000. But, on the other hand, there is not a bad seat in the house.

The steer wrestling times at CFD, where the steers are given a 30-foot head start, are in the 14’s. At T&M, the steer’s head start is a little over a body length and good times are in the 3-4 second range. The next things that you notice are the distinctive yellow chutes. All around the arena is the same yellow color. I’m not sure why there is so much yellow, but when you see the yellow chutes, you definitely know that you are at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

The money to be won at the NFR is huge ” over 5.5 million dollars in total payout. There is go-round money and average money to be won. Winning first in just one of the 10 go-rounds puts $16,394 in your pocket. Win the Average and you can add $42,043 to your go-round winnings. And that is if you compete in only one event. Top cowboys like Trevor Brazile and Josh Peek, of Pueblo, Colo., who qualified in multiple events, have twice the chance of winning big money.

Your first impression when you walk into Thomas and Mack arena is “My God, it’s small”. Compared to a large, open arena like Cheyenne Frontier Days, Thomas and Mack is not small ” it’s tiny. Thomas and Mack was designed as a basketball arena and seats only 17,000. But, on the other hand, there is not a bad seat in the house.

The steer wrestling times at CFD, where the steers are given a 30-foot head start, are in the 14’s. At T&M, the steer’s head start is a little over a body length and good times are in the 3-4 second range. The next things that you notice are the distinctive yellow chutes. All around the arena is the same yellow color. I’m not sure why there is so much yellow, but when you see the yellow chutes, you definitely know that you are at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

The money to be won at the NFR is huge ” over 5.5 million dollars in total payout. There is go-round money and average money to be won. Winning first in just one of the 10 go-rounds puts $16,394 in your pocket. Win the Average and you can add $42,043 to your go-round winnings. And that is if you compete in only one event. Top cowboys like Trevor Brazile and Josh Peek, of Pueblo, Colo., who qualified in multiple events, have twice the chance of winning big money.

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Your first impression when you walk into Thomas and Mack arena is “My God, it’s small”. Compared to a large, open arena like Cheyenne Frontier Days, Thomas and Mack is not small ” it’s tiny. Thomas and Mack was designed as a basketball arena and seats only 17,000. But, on the other hand, there is not a bad seat in the house.

The steer wrestling times at CFD, where the steers are given a 30-foot head start, are in the 14’s. At T&M, the steer’s head start is a little over a body length and good times are in the 3-4 second range. The next things that you notice are the distinctive yellow chutes. All around the arena is the same yellow color. I’m not sure why there is so much yellow, but when you see the yellow chutes, you definitely know that you are at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

The money to be won at the NFR is huge ” over 5.5 million dollars in total payout. There is go-round money and average money to be won. Winning first in just one of the 10 go-rounds puts $16,394 in your pocket. Win the Average and you can add $42,043 to your go-round winnings. And that is if you compete in only one event. Top cowboys like Trevor Brazile and Josh Peek, of Pueblo, Colo., who qualified in multiple events, have twice the chance of winning big money.

Your first impression when you walk into Thomas and Mack arena is “My God, it’s small”. Compared to a large, open arena like Cheyenne Frontier Days, Thomas and Mack is not small ” it’s tiny. Thomas and Mack was designed as a basketball arena and seats only 17,000. But, on the other hand, there is not a bad seat in the house.

The steer wrestling times at CFD, where the steers are given a 30-foot head start, are in the 14’s. At T&M, the steer’s head start is a little over a body length and good times are in the 3-4 second range. The next things that you notice are the distinctive yellow chutes. All around the arena is the same yellow color. I’m not sure why there is so much yellow, but when you see the yellow chutes, you definitely know that you are at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

The money to be won at the NFR is huge ” over 5.5 million dollars in total payout. There is go-round money and average money to be won. Winning first in just one of the 10 go-rounds puts $16,394 in your pocket. Win the Average and you can add $42,043 to your go-round winnings. And that is if you compete in only one event. Top cowboys like Trevor Brazile and Josh Peek, of Pueblo, Colo., who qualified in multiple events, have twice the chance of winning big money.