August 16, 2022
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National Junior High Finals broadcast on television & online June 24-30

Junior High Rodeo fans will be able to watch all of the National Junior High Finals in person or on television, computers and mobile devices on June 24-30. Coverage of the Junior High Rodeo will be broadcast on MyRuralTV.com and NHSRA’s site on iHigh.com, due to a partnership between RFD-TV, iHigh.com and Alltech. There will be a highlight show broadcast on RFD-TV. For periodic updates, fans can also visit the NHSRA Facebook page or follow them on Twitter.

For live coverage of the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA), every performance of the National Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR) will be broadcast live from Gallup, New Mexico on MyRuralTV.com. Each broadcast will be archived after each event for on demand viewing.

“There’s nothing better than seeing rodeo in person. However, since that’s not feasible for everyone, we’re pleased that rodeo fans now can watch the Junior High School Finals on a variety of platforms,” said NHSRA Marketing Director Austin White. “From the weekly updates on RFD-TV to the wall-to-wall coverage on iHigh.com, anyone that wants to watch rodeo, can.”

For highlights, viewers can tune into RFD-TV. Additionally, for more rodeo action, viewers can tune in every Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT for Cinchtown NHSRA Tour.

Along with the live broadcast, the site will feature photos from all the exciting additional activities that take place as part of the NJHFR, such as the volleyball tournament, seminars and the practice arena, just to name a few. Live broadcasts will be available beginning at 7 p.m. on June 24 and at 7 p.m. and 9 a.m. June 25 through June 30.

Source: Alltech

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