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NFR Extra is a weekly podcast that focuses on the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and features icons that embody the rodeo and Western lifestyle.
Posted: Tuesday, March 30, 2021
He doesn’t wear the cowboy hat… Or the boots, but don’t let that fool you. Next to Shawn Davis, no one knows more about NFR production than Allen Rheinheimer. In 2000, after working with Allen at the FEI World Cup Jumping Finals which Las Vegas events produced, Shawn Davis recruited him to join the production team at NFR. Since then, he has been a fixture backstage, working in and around every piece of production. And now he is the boss1.
Posted: Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Bret Michaels from the rock band Poison joins NFR Extra to share his journey as an 80s rock and roll icon, Rockin reality TV, going all-in on country music to navigating the pandemic.
Posted: Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Valentine's Day 2021 was one for the history books, and if love was in the air, for many across the southern United States, it was frozen. Two-time world champion steer wrestler Hunter Cure was badly injured at a qualifier event for RFD-TV's The American Rodeo. He had been recuperating and depending on others to help take care of his cattle at home. He had no idea how much that help would benefit him as the cold settled in. Hunter shares his Snowmaggedon story, family life, superstitions, and a lot more.
Posted: Monday, March 08, 2021
What a long three hundred and sixty-five days it has been since March 2020. Guests that have appeared on NFR Extra have made the best of times, including NFR pickup man Brent Sutton and Nashville recording artist Ashland Craft. Brent shares following his father's footsteps, Steve Sutton, who was selected to pickup at the National Finals Rodeo five times. Ashland talks about emerging Top 10 stint on NBC's The Voice and becoming one of the most exciting new voices in Country music.
Posted: Tuesday, March 02, 2021
IT'S BEEN a fantastic ride for World Champion and ProRodeo Hall of Famer Dave Appleton, the Queensland kid who wanted to be a jockey but became a world champion all-round cowboy. Appleton shares his experience competing against reigning three-time all-around champion Lewis Field, his love for the racehorse business, pioneering the PRCA patch program and being much more than an actual cowboy.