The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame has the nation's largest high school rodeo scholarship program awarding in excess of a quarter of million to date. It was established to benefit Montana High School Rodeo youth who wish to further their education. The organization awards twelve $3,000 scholarships to Montana High School Rodeo seniors (6 Boys & 6 Girls), a $1,000 scholarship is awarded to the reigning Montana High School Rodeo Queen and $2,000 scholarships to reigning Montana PRCA Rodeo Queen (Miss Rodeo Montana).
The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame is dedicated to honoring Montana professional rodeo cowboys and cowgirls who exemplify our state's western heritage through a monument site located near the entrance to the MetraPark Arena in Billings, Montana. The monument site includes an 18' bronze sculpture of six-time World Champion saddle bronc rider Dan Mortensen on "Tee Box". Brick and granite walls display Montana's professional rodeo champions, legends, queens and personnel.
Rest in Peace Benny Reynolds. Benny supported the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame each and every year helping to raise money toward high school rodeo scholarships. He was a great world champion from Montana and will be greatly missed by the rodeo world.