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The 2017 Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo is December 7-16, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV and this year number 58 will not be among the assigned contestant back numbers. Instead, the number will remain absent as a tribute to the 58 men and women killed at the deadly shooting on October 1st at the Route 91 Harvest festival, a three-day country music concert in the same city.

Records fell in the barrel racing in 2017, with the top 15 ladies in the world smashing four major records in the WPRA. One competitor had a standout rodeo season, while others continually added their names to the record books during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

For the first major record, we have to look all the way back to the Calgary Stampede in July, when Tiany Schuster passed the regular season earnings record mark just over halfway through the 2017 rodeo season. Schuster finished out her record season with $250,378 to her name.

Round three was arguably the most exciting of the 2017 WNFR when Dublin, Texas, native Kassie Mowry laid down a record-breaking run with a time of 13.36 on her buckskin FirewaterMakeMeHappy, aka "Junior," beating the former record by one one-hundredth of a second.

Hailey Kinsel (born October 3, 1994), also formerly known by her married name Hailey Kinsel Lockwood, is a four-time World Barrel Racing Champion. Kinsel won the title in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2022 at the National Finals Rodeo. She has also won the NFR Average title once in 2020. Kinsel and her horses have qualified for the NFR six times in her years in professional rodeo, in 2017 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Kinsel has been competing in rodeo since adolescence, winning awards through high school and college in both barrel racing and breakaway roping, as well as professional rodeo. Her horse, Sister, won the Barrel Racing Horse of the Year Award in 2018.

Kinsel turned professional by joining the WPRA in 2015.[1] Barrel racing and breakaway roping are sanctioned by the WPRA, while other rodeo events are sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). The barrel racing events, however, take place at PRCA rodeos, alongside men's events such as bronc riding and team roping. All of the championship rodeo events are held together at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) at the Thomas & Mack Center, in Las Vegas, Nevada, in December. (The exception is steer roping which has its own finals event at the National Finals Steer Roping)[4][5] In July 2017 at the Days of '47 Rodeo, she cinched her first qualification to the NFR. She won the RFD-TV's the American Rodeo in 2017, came in second in 2018, won in 2019, and again in 2021.[1]

The Kinsel family bought Sister at age 2 while Kinsel was in her college freshman year; she and her mother took turns riding her. They experienced issues training Sister, but the mare also had some natural abilities. They waited until Sister was 5 years old to start her in futurity competition. Her second year running barrels was 2017 and was Kinsel's first year qualifying for the NFR. In the mare's first 14 months of competition, she won $35,000. Kinsel jockeyed Sister to her first professional rodeo win in Elizabeth, Colorado, in 2016 and her win in Denver, Colorado, in the 2017 season.[6]

Kinsel won a gold medal at the Days of '47 Rodeo in Salt Lake City, Utah, and won the West of the Pecos Rodeo in Texas. She finished in second place at the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo in Amarillo, Texas, the Dinosaur Days Rodeo in Vernal, Utah, the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo in Oklahoma, and the San Patricio County PRCA Rodeo in Sinton, Texas, and tied for second place at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver. Other than barrel racing, she also competed at the 2017 WPRA World Finals in breakaway roping.[1]

Kinsel had total NFR earnings of $270,615 this season, which was more than any other contestant. The amount broke her own 2017 record of $189,385 and gave her first RAM Top Gun Award. Kinsel finished the 2020 season with $349.076 total earnings, coming close to her own 2018 record of $350,700. Kinsel won her first NFR Average title this season with a time of 170.95 on 10 rounds. She won her third World Barrel Racing Championship. Kinsel is the first WPRA member to win all these titles in a single season: world championship, NFR average championship, RAM Top Gun, and fast time award.[31]

Until recently, Hailey lived in the town where she grew up, Cotulla, Texas[1] However, her current residence is her ranch in Stephenville, Texas.[55] Kinsel graduated in 2017 from Texas A&M University (College Station) with a BA in Agriculture Economics.[1] Kinsel competed on the Fightin' Aggie Rodeo team in barrel racing, breakaway roping, and goat tying. While attending university, she maintained a packed schedule that included classwork, taking care of three horses, leading a Bible study, and competing in PRCA rodeos.[6]

In April 2018, Kinsel and 2017/2019 Professional Bull Riders World Champion Bull Rider Jess Lockwood started a relationship. A source confirmed they were still together on December 31, 2018.[56] According to Jess Lockwood, they had been dating for a year at that time.[3] On March 28, 2019, Jess Lockwood announced their engagement to be married on his Instagram account.[57][58] On October 25, 2019, Jess Lockwood and Hailey Kinsel were married at Kinsel's parent's ranch in Cotulla, Texas. Kinsel took his name, and used it professionally as Hailey Kinsel Lockwood. They used to split their time between winter at her ranch in Stephenville and spring at his in Montana.[59] According to her profile on the WPRA website and her self-published sources, she is no longer using his name. Her profile on the WPRA source confirms that she is now single, so she and Jess must have gotten divorced. There is no date for a divorce.[1]

Are we better off trying our luck on the day to see if there are good seats available at a cheaper rate? Like some Broadway shows (like the limited producers selection tickets - seats usually held for VIP's that would otherwise go unfilled)?

The NFR is a season ticket holder venue. There are no seats held for VIP's. You can only get them from a season ticket holder, which I am one, or through a ticket broker where you will pay 3 times or more face value. There is one official Ticket Exchange at the Cowboy Christmas held at the LV Convention Center where you can stand in line and purchase tickets at face value from season ticket holders that have turned them in. It is hit and miss on what if any seats are available in the quantities you need. The Mad Dash 30 tickets allow you entrance in the arena with no assigned seat. You may sit in a balcony only seat that is unoccupied until the seat holder arrives or maybe they won't and you can sit there. If after the first 30 minutes of the rodeo you can not find a seat, you must watch the rodeo on the TV's on the concourse.

Reviewing posts from 2016 season ticket holders to get tips for 2017! :-) We are coming with another couple to NFR for the first time on Dec 12, 2017 and looking for recommendations on how to purchase the best possible 4 seats at face value for that day? Any tips or referrals to season holders or others would be appreciated! Thank you in advance!

The event is sold out to season holders, i will not run the risk of buying tickets in the parking lot and have them be invalid. I buy from First Choice Tickets in Encino, CA. for the past 8 years. You probably have seen there tel number: 888-NFRRRODEO. They come through every time and they dont have an attitude like many of these ticket broker outfits. If you buy mad dash, it is unlikely you will find a seat. Thomas and Mack is sold out, they sometimes release like the last row of the balcony on a mid week day, and they sell em out in minutes, so thats a long shot... Good luck and see ya in 2018!.

The emission factors for public electricity and heat production (NFR/CRF 1A1a) were reviewed in 2016, which resulted in updates of several emission factors for the 2017 submission. Previous to this update, most emission factors had not been updated since 2004.

Emissionsfaktorerna för el- och fjärrvärmeproduktion (NFR/CRF 1A1a) sågs över under 2016 vilket resulterade i att flera emissionsfaktorer uppdaterades inför submission 2017. Innan denna uppdatering hade de flesta emissionsfaktorer inte uppdaterats sedan 2004.

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In 1990, the relative contribution in acid equivalents was almost equal for the three gases SO2, NOx and NH3. In 2017, the most important acidification factor in Denmark is ammonia nitrogen and the relative contributions for SO2, NOX and NH3 were 4 %, 34 % and 62%, respectively. However, with regard to long-range transport of air pollution, SO2 and NOX are still the most important pollutants.

The largest sources of emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) are road transport followed by other mobile sources and combustion in energy industries (mainly public power and district heating plants). The transport sector is the sector contributing the most to the emission of NOx and, in 2017, 44 % of the Danish emissions of NOx stems from road transport, national navigation, railways and civil aviation. In addition, emissions from national fishing and off-road vehicles contribute significantly to the NOx emission. For non-industrial combustion plants, the main sources are combustion of gas oil, natural gas and wood in residential plants. The emissions from energy industries have decreased by 82 % from 1990 to 2017. In the same period, the total emission decreased by 63 %. The reduction is due to the increasing use of catalyst cars and installation of low-NOx burners and denitrifying units in power plants and district heating plants. 041b061a72


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