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The 2020 National Finals Rodeo has changed locations due. Find out how to stream the event in Arlington, Texas.

Day 2 of NFR: National Finals Rodeo Live Stream NFR 2020 Full Coverage USA

For the first time in 35 years, Las Vegas is not hosting the National Finals Rodeo.

WATCH NATIONAL FINALS RODEO 2020 ONLINE HERE

This year, Nevada’s health and safety rules are prohibiting large gatherings for sporting events, forcing the event to move to Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

NFR begins tonight, and although you can’t head down to the Thomas & Mack Center to watch in person, here is how you can keep up with the action:

What: 62nd annual National Finals Rodeo

When: 4:45 p.m. today through Dec. 12

Where: Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas

TV: RFD-TV: Century Link (Channel 476, 1476HD), DirecTV (Channel 345/345HD), DISH Network (Channel 231/231HD). Cowboy Channel: DirecTV (Channel 603), DISH Network (Channel 232).

NFR 2020 National Finals Rodeo Live Streaming channels

The venue for the event will be the Globe life field in Arlington, Texas, United States. The event will consist of Barrel Racing, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, Tie-down Roping, Steer Wrestling and Team Roping. This year’s NFR is touted as one of the most entertaining as well as competitive rodeos the world has witnessed. Some of the top cowboys will take part in the world championship in their events respectively.  Make sure you don’t skip this event as the action is thrilling all the time.

Won’t be coming to Texas for the 2020 NFR? No problem. The Cowboy Channel and Rural Media Group will be bringing you all of the action in and outside of the arena at Globe Life Field.

Live stream:

How to Stream the National Finals Rodeo NFR 2020

Don’t miss a single play of the 2020 National Finals Rodeo or Finals! There are plenty of video streaming options to fit your preferences and budget.

Hulu is Best for Watching National Finals Rodeo and Finals Live

Hulu’s Live TV plan includes all the channels you need to watch the Conference Finals and the National Finals Rodeo this year. Your subscription also gets you access to extensive on-demand content.

YouTube TV is Best for Complete National Finals Rodeo and Finals Coverage – and Replay with DVR

YouTube TV has all of the necessary channels to view the final NBA games of the year. You also get great DVR capabilities, so you can re-watch the games at your leisure.

FuboTV is Best for Wide-Ranging Sports Coverage

fuboTV has ABC and ESPN, so you can watch most of the remaining NBA postseason games, but it misses TNT which airs some Conference Final games. However, fuboTV does include NBA TV, which features top-notch commentary and extras from the season.

On a Budget? Sling TV is a Budget Option

Sling TV is an inexpensive service that includes the two over-the-air channels (ESPN and TNT) you need to watch the National Finals Rodeo. Be aware that to watch the National Finals Rodeo on ABC, you’ll need to set up several additional hardware components to integrate that channel with Sling TV.

Can You Stream NFR from Reddit?

You can go to Reddit to learn about the game and chat with fans, but the nfr has banned unofficial links that don’t have the right to stream the game. Only use official links to stream.

Results Day 1

Here are the National Finals Rodeo 1st performance results from Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.

Bareback Riding:

  1. Richmond Champion, 87.5 points on J Bar J’s Blessed Assurance, $26,231
  2. (tie) Mason Clements and Jess Pope, 87, $18,192 each
  3. (tie) Clayton Biglow and Cole Reiner, 85, $8,885 each
  4. Chad Rutherford, 84.5, $4,231
  5. (tie) Tanner Aus and Jake Brown, 83
  6. Tim O’Connell, 82.5
  7. Tilden Hooper, 82
  8. Kaycee Feild, 81.5
  9. Orin Larsen, 81
  10. Leighton Berry, 80.5
  11. Jamie Howlett, 80
  12. Winn Ratliff, 60.

World standings:

  1. Tim O’Connell, $132,927
  2. Kaycee Feild, $104,892
  3. Richmond Champion, $100,380
  4. Orin Larsen, $91,391
  5. Clayton Biglow, $89,858
  6. Tilden Hooper, $87,549
  7. Mason Clements, $86,694
  8. Jess Pope, $77,804
  9. Jamie Howlett, $76,583
  10. Tanner Aus, $71,726
  11. Cole Reiner, $63,928
  12. Leighton Berry, $63,386
  13. Jake Brown, $52,778
  14. Chad Rutherford, $51,643
  15. Ty Breuer, $49,334
  16. Winn Ratliff, $45,512.

Steer Wrestling:

  1. (tie) Dakota Eldridge, Blake Knowles and Jesse Brown, 3.9 seconds, $20,872 each
  2. (tie) Stetson Jorgensen, Jacob Edler, 4.0, $8,885 each
  3. Jace Melvin, 4.1, $4,231
  4. Tyler Waguespack, 4.3
  5. Jule Hazen, 4.4
  6. Tanner Brunner, 4.6
  7. Jacob Talley, 5.2
  8. Bridger Anderson, 5.7
  9. Matt Reeves, 6.3
  10. Will Lummus, 14.5
  11. (tie) Curtis Cassidy and Clayton Hass, NT.

World standings:

  1. Matt Reeves, $96,944
  2. Dakota Eldridge, $80,957
  3. Blake Knowles, $73,355
  4. Jacob Talley, $71,623
  5. Jesse Brown, $70,366
  6. Stetson Jorgensen, $64,927
  7. Jacob Edler, $64,491
  8. Tyler Waguespack, $62,678
  9. Jace Melvin, $60,456
  10. Curtis Cassidy, $60,047
  11. Tanner Brunner, $56,885
  12. Bridger Anderson, $53,877
  13. Clayton Hass, $51,840
  14. Will Lummus, $50,279
  15. Jule Hazen, $49,730.

Team Roping:

  1. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 4.8 seconds, $26,231 each
  2. (tie) Luke Brown/Joseph Harrison and Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves, 4.9, $18,192 each
  3. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 5.1, $11,000
  4. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 5.2, $6,769
  5. Cody Snow/Junior Nogueira, 5.7, $4,231
  6. Levi Simpson/Shay Dixon Carroll, 6.1
  7. Jeff Flenniken/Tyler Worley, 6.7
  8. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord. 6.8
  9. (tie) Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves, Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, Clay Tryan/Jake Long, Charly Crawford/Logan Medlin, Chad Masters/Wesley Thorp and Kolton Schmidt/Hunter Koch, NT.

World standings (headers):

  1. Luke Brown, $117,857
  2. Dustin Egusquiza, $92,368
  3. Clay Smith, $90,704
  4. Erich Rogers, $88,772
  5. Cody Snow, $83,459
  6. Colby Lovell, $75,509
  7. Andrew Ward, $73,872
  8. Clay Tryan, $67,629
  9. Charly Crawford, $65,229
  10. Brenten Hall, $63,914
  11. Chad Masters, $62,682
  12. Kolton Schmidt, $61,022
  13. Nelson Wyatt, $60,692
  14. Levi Simpson, $60,398
  15. Jeff Flenniken, $59,391.

World standings (heelers):

  1. Joseph Harrison, $98,491
  2. Jade Corkill, $90,704
  3. Paden Bray, $88,772
  4. Travis Graves, $84,706
  5. Buddy Hawkins II, $73,872
  6. Jake Long, $73,227
  7. Junior Nogueira, $72,315
  8. Shay Dixon Carroll, $66,267
  9. Paul Eaves, $66,159
  10. Logan Medlin, $64,621
  11. Chase Tryan, $63,914
  12. Wesley Thorp, $62,682
  13. Levi Lord, $61,890
  14. Tyler Worley, $61,138
  15. Hunter Koch, $61,022.

Saddle Bronc Riding:

1.(tie) Rusty Wright, on Bailey Pro Rodeo’s Rip Cord and Lefty Holman, on Brookman Rodeo’s Flirtatious, 86 points, $23,481 each

  1. Ryder Wright, 85.5, $15,654
  2. Wyatt Casper, 85.0, $11,000
  3. (tie) Brody Cress and Chase Brooks, 84.5, $5,500 each
  4. Stetson Dell Wright, 84
  5. Sterling Crawley, 83.5
  6. (tie) Shorty Garrett and Jacobs Crawley, 82
  7. Zeke Thurston, 81.5
  8. Isaac Diaz, 81
  9. Taos Muncy, 80.5
  10. (tie) Allen Boore and Cole Elshere, NS.

World standings:

  1. Wyatt Casper, $166,138
  2. Ryder Wright, $136,990
  3. Brody Cress, $115,039
  4. Shorty Garrett, $100,005
  5. Rusty Wright, $83,426
  6. Allen Boore, $83,269
  7. Lefty Holman, $83,151
  8. Chase Brooks, $66,900
  9. Cole Elshere, $64,351
  10. Sterling Crawley, $61,608
  11. Jacobs Crawley, $60,930
  12. Zeke Thurston, $60,523
  13. Stetson Dell Wright, $57,498
  14. Isaac Diaz, $54,832
  15. Taos Muncy, $52,303.

Tie-down Roping:

  1. Marty Yates, 7.1 seconds, $26,231
  2. Shad Mayfield, 7.5, $20,731
  3. Ty Harris, 7.8, $15,654
  4. Caddo Lewallen, 8.1, $11,000
  5. (tie) Westyn Hughes and Cory Solomon, 8.3, $5,500 each
  6. Shane Hanchey, 8.9
  7. Timber Moore, 9.8
  8. (tie) Tuf Cooper and Adam Gray, 10.4 each
  9. Haven Meged, 10.9
  10. Hunter Herrin, 14.8
  11. Ryan Jarrett, 19.3
  12. Tyler Milligan, 20.6
  13. Tyson Durfey, NT.

World standings:

  1. Shad Mayfield, $187,399
  2. Marty Yates, $92,399
  3. Ty Harris, $84,068
  4. Tuf Cooper, $77,189
  5. Haven Meged, $76,748
  6. Westyn Hughes, $75,891:
  7. Tyler Milligan, $70,919
  8. Caddo Lewallen, $68,141
  9. Caleb Smidt, $64,595
  10. Timber Moore, $63,168
  11. Shane Hanchey, $62,299
  12. Ryan Jarrett, $62,080
  13. Cory Solomon, $61,374
  14. Tyson Durfey, $57,293
  15. Adam Gray, $56,851
  16. Hunter Herrin, $56,049.

Barrel Racing:

  1. Hailey Kinsel, 17.18 seconds, $26,231
  2. Tiany Schuster, 17.25, $20,731
  3. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 17.32, $15,654
  4. Cheyenne Wimberley, 17.37, $11,000
  5. Stevi Hillman, 17.50, $6,769
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