The last time Paul David Tierney performed inside the Lazy E Arena, he won the prestigious Timed Event Championship of the World.
He became just the 12th man in the 30-year history of the event, which identifies the greatest all-around timed-event cowboys in the world. He joins his father, Paul, who owns four TEC titles, and other legends of the game. He also pocketed $60,000 for the three-day championship.
Paul David Tierney returns to the majestic arena next week to try to parlay a significant March into a magical April during the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo, which will feature five go-rounds spread out over three days: Thursday, April 10-Saturday, April 11.
Competing as a header, Tierney will rope with Jared Bilby as they battle 23 other teams for the elusive national championship. It will be an exceptional fight. The top two teams from each of the 12 ProRodeo circuits earn the right to play inside the Lazy E.
That’s what makes this such a fun event. Rising stars will tangle with seasoned regional veterans who will battle the biggest names in the game. It’s such a true representation of the sport, and it’s what makes the competition for the national championships so special.