This year’s stream, powered by Roping.com, will feature pre and post-show coverage on the Priefert Sports Desk, hosted by Dru Stewart, and is available for a one-time pay-per-view rate of $19.99.
“We’re partnering with the Lazy E Arena to provide coverage of rodeo’s Ironman like you’ve never seen before,” Stewart said. “We want you to experience the atmosphere at the E like only the Timed Event can create, so we’re bringing our best camera crew and broadcast team to show you the Cinch Timed Event Championship from our vantage point.”
The stream kicks off with the ProAm team roping at 9 a.m. CT Thursday March 10, followed up the first performance of the Jr. Ironman presented by WCRA at 3 p.m. and the first performance of the Cinch Timed Event Championships at 7:30 that night.
The CTEC pits the top 20 all-around timed-event hands head-to-head over five rounds of heading, heeling, calf-roping, steer wrestling and steer roping, and pays $100,000 to the event winner. The Jr. Ironman features the top young timed event talents over the heading, heeling, calf roping and steer wrestling over three rounds, with the winner pocketing $20,000.
After the stream ends, all rounds will be viewable on Roping.com for subscribers. TRJ