Schulz competes in YETI Junior World Rodeo Finals
CAYDEN Schulz of Alamosa has qualified for the YETI Junior World Rodeo Finals, which take place this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The junior world finals will host more than 800 contestants over 10 days at the Wrangler Rodeo Arena.
The rodeo athletes will compete for more than $1 million in combined cash and prize payout in their quest to claim a coveted Montana Silversmiths championship buckle.
Schulz is competing against 46 of the best young steer wrestlers. He will ride four rounds, one per day, in an effort to secure a spot in the finals on Saturday.