2015 INDIAN NATIONAL FINALS RODEO
South Point Equestrian Center - Las Vegas, NV
November 3 - 7, 2015
Champions Hall of Fame
In 2010 the Indian National Finals Rodeo celebrated its 35th Anniversary by inviting all the past World Champions for a gathering unlike any other. Well 2015 marks our 40th anniversary and we would like to again recognize all our past INFR World Champions. The INFR in conjunction with the INFR Diabetes Awareness Program will celebrate 40 Years of Gold by recognizing the past World Champions with a commemorative 40th Anniversary/World Champion shirt in honor of our champions and diabetes awareness. All past world champions are invited and will receive free admission to the Friday November 6, 2015 performance for the recognition. World Champions you must RSVP with INFR at tony_infr@hotmail.com to get your free shirt and ticket.

ATTENTION MEMBERS

THE 2015 INFR TOUR RODEO STANDINGS WILL NOW BE CALCULATED ON MONEY WON AND NOT POINTS. (Dollars and cents)

The Top 10 in the timed events and top 11 in Rough Stock will advance to the 2015 INFR.

2015 REGION RODEOS WILL CONTINUE TO USE THE 10-1 POINT SYSTEM.

Shandell E. Glasses Memorial Roping

September 10, 2015 in Window Rock, AZ., during the Navajo Nation Fair and Rodeo.

In addition to the tiedown roping, the breakaway roping event will happen after the tiedown roping. I will keep you posted on more information as team roping is also scheduled that week.

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40th Annual

Indian National Finals Rodeo

Indian National Finals Rodeo

40th Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo

40th Annual INFR will be held on November 3-7, 2015, South Point, Las Vegas

Our Sponsors

Las Vegas Events 4 Bears Casino and Lodge Cooper Tires
Roper Apparel and Footwear Lansing Construction Classic Ropes Rusty and Mary Garrett

Mission Statement

"Our mission is to provide, promote and preserve the advancement of Professional Indian Rodeo by empowering families, youth and communities through positive role modeling, educational opportunities, competition, culture and tradition."