The Oldest Buckaroo to Straddle for NFR Event, Making History While fans Rush to Get the Tickets!

As per the reports of, a fifty nine year old dweller of Andrews has become the oldest cowboy to make it to the upcoming Nationals Finals Rodeo competition. Dan Fisher is poised to break the all time record for the oldest PRCA contestant to qualify for the NFR. Scott Briggs of reports that the new record is sure to bring fans from far and wide to see the old cowboy take the cake.

Online PR News – 21-December-2010 – – According to a news report of, a fifty nine year old cowboy will be looking to make history in the Nationals Finals Rodeo competition this weekend. Dan Fisher, who is a local resident of the City of Andrews, at the age of fifty nine, would give the audience a treat of a different kind. The West End roper with his high hopes is looking forward to break the record set by steer roper Everett Shaw some forty five years ago. In 1965, Everett Shaw made history by taking part in the competition at the age of fifty seven.
Now to see the old buckaroo roper doing all sorts of tricks may not seem all that interesting but Scott Briggs of seems to think otherwise. "It's an exciting event", says Briggs, "it's not every day that the fans get to see an old man riding the horse like that." The statistics from and other ticket selling websites seem to agree with his statement as an explicit rise can be seen in the ticket sales of the event. "The event itself is no less fun," Briggs adds, "but people like to see interesting things like that."
Brent, a local fan who is eager to see Fisher in action sure does seem interested. "My old man is 54 and he cannot even get on a horse," he says excitedly, "I'd like to see Fisher try." Brent and many more fans are already queuing up to buy the tickets for National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas( while many have chosen the easy method of buying the tickets online via sites like to catch history in the making.
Organized by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, the National Finals Rodeo is one of the most awaited premier championship rodeo events in the US. Together with the Cowboy Christmas, the Nationals Finals Rodeo in Thomas & Mack Center( attracts thousands of visitors from within the US, generating revenues of over $8 Million.