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SEPTEMBER 4, 2020 VOLUME 68, NO. 18

Shorty Garrett rides Dakota Rodeo’s Chir- rikawa for 86.5 points in the first round of the Range Days Rodeo Xtreme Broncs in Rapid City, S.D., Aug. 27. Clay Guardipee photo

Xtreme Final The Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale in Rapid City, S.D., crowned a tour champion. 32

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RODEOS 30 Guymon, Okla. 32 Rapid City, S.D. Xtreme Broncs 6 In his words 8 Brain teasers 10 Hot takes 12 Grille 14 He said-she said 16 Social media 24 Short round 52 Results 66 PRCA notes 20 2020 PRCA world 22 2020 PRCA tour 60 2020 Circuits STANDINGS COVER

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Tow boat captain and tie-down roper Jason Bell makes sure a barge gets to where its going.

Tie-down roper and tow boat cap’n Jason Bell is a full-time tow boat captain. In his spare time, the 52-year-old is also a ProRodeo tie-down roper. While he might not be the fastest tie- down roper, Bell has plenty of stories to tell from being at sea. 40

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Tuf Cooper competes in tie-down roping at Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo, Aug. 19. Cooper won the all- around title in Guymon after earning $6,388. Dale Hirschman photo

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DIRECTOR’S CUT SCOTT KANIEWSKI

Crunching the numbers for season’s final month W ith the certainty that the 2020Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is going to happen, everyone can take a deep breath and spend the final month glued to the PRCA | RAMWorld Standings. The race to the Finals is always fun to watch over the final With as many team ropers as there are going in the PRCA, there’s plenty of cash to go around. That means that No. 20 Kaleb Driggers isn’t out of it despite being about $9,000 behind No. 15 Matt Sherwood. Coleman Proctor (No. 19), Cory Kidd V (18), Brenten Hall (17) and Clay Ullery (16) also can set their sights higher. With $37,832 earned, Hall can quickly go from 17th to top 10, where Kolton Schmidt is sitting with $44,115.

30 days of the regular season. Fun if you’re a fan – not necessarily if you’re a competitor on the bubble for the last of 15 spots in an event. And this year’s competition is going to be among the tightest we’ve seen in ProRodeo history. With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down rodeo for two months and limiting the number of rodeos held the last four months, a number of spots remain up for grabs. In bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping heeling and bull riding, the 15th and 16th spots are separated by less than $1,000, including heeler Trey Yates who trails Chase Tryan by $6. While the top 10 bareback riders have broken $50,000 this season, there’s a separation of about $8,000 between 13th and 18th. With $41,815 earned, Ty Breuer has to feel pretty comfortable in 11th place. But No. 12 Jake Brown is $6,000 ahead of No. 17 Taylor Broussard. And don’t forget the Yellowstone Riggin Rally on Sept. 7 is offering a $30,000 payout to bareback riders, including $10,000 to the winner. That kind of money keeps No. 23 Paden Hurst – with $22,865 – in the mix. Jump to steer wrestling and the top nine should feel safe. But No. 10 Bridger Anderson, with $35,203 earned, might be glancing over his shoulder. No. 19 Ty Erickson, the defending world champion, is barely more than $8,000 behind Anderson, but less than $5,000 behind No. 15 Clayton Hass.

Heeling is similar. Just $7,084 separates No. 14WesleyThorp – the defending world champion – fromNo. 19 Ryan Motes. The top seven saddle bronc riders have all made more than $50,000, the top five more than $70,000. But Dawson Hay and Taos Muncy, 14th and 15th, respectively, are only a few thousand dollars away from being on the outside looking in. Seven guys are battling for two spots. Tie-down roping has at least 10 cowboys battling for five spots. Tyler Milligan finished August in 10th with $44,728. At 20th, Blane Cox is about $10,000 behind, but $6,000 away from cracking the Top 15. And then there’s bull riding. With ground money in play and the Xtreme Bull Riding Tour Finale in Nephi, Utah, with a total payout of $60,000, a $10,000 deficit is erasable. That would mean Jeston Mead in 24th in the standings with $33,411 is in the mix. Rugar Piva is 15th with $43,795. FromNo. 11 Ty Wallace to No. 18 Dallee Mason, a difference of about $6,000 separates seven bull riders battling for five spots. The heartbreak is going to happen. (Kind of fits with 2020, doesn’t it?) But there will be plenty of joy too, for each event’s lucky 15 that end up dancing for 10 days at theWrangler NFR.

Scott Kaniewski is the Media Director at the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. He previously served more than two years as the editor of ProRodeo Sports News. He has nearly two decades of experience in sports journalism, with the last few being consumed by ProRodeo.

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When he’s not rodeoing, steer wrestler Reed Kraeger is teaching multiple subjects at Elwood (Neb.) High School. Kraeger won the Range Days Rodeo in Rapid City, S.D., Aug. 29 with a 3.3-second run. Rodeo Teacher

NEXT ON TAP DILLON JAYCEES PRCA RODEO – MONTANA’S BIGGEST WEEKEND Where: Dillon, Mont. When: Sept. 5-6 “I can’t explain how hard it is to go back to teaching. I love the kids and would do anything for them, but I want to worry about me for a while and try to make the Finals (National Finals Rodeo) and get a world championship like anyone else going.” – REED KRAEGER talented competitors and plenty of good livestock. Last year’s winners included NFR regulars Chase Brooks, Kyle Irwin and Marcos Costa. Expect this season’s rodeo to be one of Dillon’s biggest over Memorial Day Weekend. Coverage: The PRCA on Cowboy Channel Plus App RAM NATIONAL CIRCUIT FINALS Where: Greeley, Colo. When: Sept. 10-13 What: The RAM What: This Montana rodeo usually draws

HOT TAKES Jim Fain photo Clements’ 86.5-point ride at Tremonton has him thinking NFR.

Getting Closer After missing the National Finals Rodeo last season, bareback rider Mason Clements is looking to get back to the Wrangler NFR this year. After posting an 86.5-point ride on Bar T Rodeo’s Higher Standards to win the Golden Spike Rodeo in Tremonton, Utah, Clements is in a strong position. As of Sept. 1, the two-time NFR qualifier was sixth in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $56,980 with a month remaining in the regular season.

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NUMBER OF PRCA-SANCTIONED RODEOS IN THE 2020 SEASON AS OF SEPT. 1

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MONEY WON BY PRCA COWBOYS IN THE 2020 SEASON

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COWBOY GRILLE WITH AMBER BAILLIE

How are you feeling about the season? Riley: It started off as a normal year and then the coronavirus happened, and everything shut down for a while. The first rodeo I went to after that was Woodward, Okla., and then Coleman, Texas. What are your goals? Riley: My goal this year is to finish off the season strong, win rookie of the year and make it into all the winter rodeos for next year. Then, eventually, to make the NFR. How did you get into steer wrestling? Riley: My dad trained steer wrestling horses and has steer wrestled his whole life. He still does. I’ve been around it, traveling with him, Scott Kleeman and Cameron Morman since I was a kid. I always watched them compete, and now I get to. What’s been your favorite rodeo you’ve competed at? Riley: Prescott, Ariz., was a fun one, a little bit different than everywhere else we’ve been. Baker, Mont., treated me well, I’ve always done well in that arena. It’s close to home, my grandparents live there, and I have a lot of connections there. It’s a fast setup and fits me well. How would you like to improve in your event? North Dakota cowboy Riley Reiss has an appetite for success in and out of the rodeo arena. A sophomore at Laramie County (Wyo.) Community College, Reiss is majoring in business management and entrepreneurship, while also competing on the rodeo team and working his way up in ProRodeo. As of Sept. 1, the 20-year-old was No. 1 in the steer wrestling PRCA | Resistol Rookie Standings.

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Riley: I usually do better at one-headers than two-headers. I think I just need to slow down and make a solid run on my first run (at the two-headers) so that I can come back and win money in the average, not just go for rounds. What’s been your biggest rodeo achievement? Riley: This year in Grand Island, Neb., I took second in the long round, first in the progressive round and then won the average. That’s the biggest paycheck ($2,998) I’ve won. In Baker, Mont., my time was 3.2 seconds and I tied the arena record, so that was cool. How do you prepare for a run? Riley: I like to get saddled fairly early, ride my horses around and make sure they’re feeling good. I take the last five to 10 minutes before we go to stretch out and focus on what start I’m going to take. Then I get back in the box and let muscle memory take over. Who do you look up to in rodeo? Riley: Cameron Morman as far as steer wrestling. He’s very fundamental about it, and I’ve been able to practice with him a lot. Attitude-wise, my rodeo coach Dean Finnerty. He’s been through a lot, and you’ll never see him without a smile on his face. He has the best attitude of anyone I’ve ever been around. What is your most prized possession? Riley: In high school I won a Levi Wisness steer wrestling buckle. I won it two times for winning the average at our state finals, and it means a lot. Levi was a bulldogger that grew up not too far from our house and died way too young. The buckles have their own case and sit above my bed at home. What’s your favorite way to relax? Riley: I hunt a lot. To relax, I like to go hang out in the hills and look for deer and hunt deer. I also snowmobile a lot. Who knows you best in life? Riley: Either my mom or roommate, Jhet Murphy. I met him my junior year at the high school finals. We became friends right away and have been close ever since. He’s who I’m traveling with this fall. What’s your favorite TV show? Riley: MeatEater by Steven Rinella. He’s got a series out that shows a different side of hunting, the conservation side of it. It’s on Netflix. What’s your favorite dessert? Riley: Apple pie.

Who would you rather have dinner with, John Wayne or Clint Eastwood? Riley: John Wayne. He’s a real, old-school cowboy, I’ve watched all his movies. What’s the best advice you’ve received? Riley: To slow down and finish big. Last summer I had trouble with being in a hurry, not finishing very well and not making very good runs on steers. Scott Kleeman is the one that told me that. Slow down, do your job and finish them. What do you love most about the rodeo lifestyle? Riley: Being able to travel around, be with your buddies all the time and see new things. There’s a lot of down time with rodeo too, so we get to see different parts of the U.S., and it’s kind of a big vacation.

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10 QUESTIONS He Said – She Said Who knows team roping header Andrew Ward better – his wife, Hayli, or his traveling partner, Buddy Hawkins II?

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2020 PRCA RAM WORLD STANDINGS

Unofficial as of Sept. 1, 2020. For the 2020 season (Oct. 1, 2019-Sept. 30, 2020), official rodeo limits are as follows: all-around, 70; bareback riding, 100; steer wrestling, 85; team roping, 65; saddle bronc riding, 100; tie-down roping, 85; barrel racing, 100; and bull riding, no limit. Bull riders can count Xtreme Bulls events toward the PRCA World Standings, but not toward the all-around standings.

ALL-AROUND 1. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas................................. $91,239 2. Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.............................. 77,386 3. Stetson Wright, Milford, Utah.............................. 59,551 4. Eli Lord, Sturgis, S.D........................................... 37,129 5. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas.............................. 32,706 6. Zack Jongbloed, Iowa, La.................................... 28,153 7. Thomas Smith, Barnsdall, Okla............................ 24,747 8. Laramie Allen, Llano, Texas................................. 15,885 9. Marcus Theriot, Poplarville, Miss........................ 15,218 10. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah............................ 13,555 11. Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss.................................... 13,433 12. Luke Gee, Stanford, Mont.................................... 12,330 13. Maverick Harper, Iowa, La................................... 11,917 14. Blake Deckard, Henryetta, Okla............................ 11,819 15. Caleb McMillan, Soap Lake, Wash......................... 9,665 BAREBACK RIDING 1. Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa.......................... $106,035 2. Kaycee Feild, Genola, Utah................................... 79,642 3. Jamie Howlett, Rapid City, S.D............................ 65,942 4. Clayton Biglow, Clements, Calif........................... 58,620 5. Tilden Hooper, Carthage, Texas............................ 57,237 6. Mason Clements, Draper, Utah............................ 56,980 7. Orin Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba............................... 55,181 8. Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn........................... 52,176 9. Leighton Berry, Weatherford, Texas..................... 50,335 10. Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas...... 50,052 11. Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D....................................... 41,815 12. Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas.............................. 39,428 13. Jesse Pope, Marshall, Mo.................................... 36,991 14. Cole Reiner, Kaycee, Wyo.................................... 31,847 15. Winn Ratliff, Leesville, La.................................... 30,864 16. Chad Rutherford, Hillsboro, Texas....................... 30,218 17. Taylor Broussard, Estherwood, La....................... 30,105 18. Wyatt Bloom, Belgrade, Mont.............................. 28,237 19. Logan Patterson, Kim, Colo................................. 27,513 20. Kody Lamb, Sherwood Park, Alberta................... 25,965 STEER WRESTLING 1. Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas...................... $85,362 2. Tyler Waguespack, Gonzales, La.......................... 51,164 3. Jacob Talley, Keatchie, La.................................... 50,211 4. Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev................................... 47,776 5. Stetson Jorgensen, Blackfoot, Idaho................... 43,749 6. Jacob Edler, State Center, Iowa............................ 43,051 7. Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta.......................... 42,509 8. Jace Melvin, Fort Pierre, S.D............................... 41,576 9. Blake Knowles, Heppner, Ore............................... 37,652 10. Bridger Anderson, Carrington, N.D...................... 36,727 11. Tanner Brunner, Ramona, Kan............................. 35,203 12. Dirk Tavenner, Rigby, Idaho................................. 34,907 13. Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan..................................... 34,019 14. Will Lummus, Byhalia, Miss................................ 34,001 15. Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas....................... 33,080 16. Shayde Etherton, Borden, Ind.............................. 32,386 17. Jesse Brown, Baker City, Ore............................... 30,572 18. Eli Lord, Sturgis, S.D........................................... 29,004 19. Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont................................... 28,451 20. Cody Devers, Balko, Okla..................................... 27,273 TEAM ROPING (HEADER) 1. Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C................................ $83,169 2. Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.............................. 67,357 3. Dustin Egusquiza, Marianna, Fla.......................... 61,354 4. Colby Lovell, Madisonville, Texas......................... 60,278 5. Cody Snow, Los Olivos, Calif............................... 60,135 6. Charly Crawford, Stephenville, Texas................... 54,626 7. Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont.................................... 50,451 8. Andrew Ward, Edmond, Okla............................... 48,069 9. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz........................... 46,605 10. Kolton Schmidt, Barrhead, Alberta....................... 44,101 11. Jeff Flenniken, Caldwell, Idaho............................. 43,861 12. Nelson Wyatt, Clanton, Ala.................................. 42,933 13. Levi Simpson, Ponoka, Alberta............................ 42,859 14. Chad Masters, Cedar Hill, Tenn............................ 41,135 15. Matt Sherwood, Pima, Ariz.................................. 40,599 16. Clay Ullery, Valleyview, Alberta............................ 38,636 17. Brenten Hall, Jay, Okla......................................... 37,832 18. Cory Kidd V, Statesville, N.C................................ 34,612

11. Jess Tierney, Hermosa, S.D................................. 27,134 12. Rocky Patterson, Pratt, Kan................................. 26,373 13. Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla............................... 24,057 14. Roger Branch, Wellston, Okla.............................. 23,870 15. Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas.................................. 23,347 16. Jim Locke, Miami, Texas...................................... 22,799 17. Shay Good, Abilene, Texas................................... 19,152 18. Ora Taton, Rapid City, S.D.................................... 17,976 19. Martin Poindexter, Comanche, Texas................... 17,153 20. J.P. Wickett, Sallisaw, Okla.................................. 15,964 BULL RIDING 1. Boudreaux Campbell, Crockett, Texas................ $83,079 2. Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla............................ 82,831 3. Ky Hamilton, Mackay, Australia............................ 79,823 4. Dustin Boquet, Bourg, La..................................... 73,738 5. Brady Portenier, Caldwell, Idaho.......................... 59,155 6. Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah.......................... 54,744 7. Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.................................... 54,579 8. Jeff Askey, Athens, Texas..................................... 53,833 9. Levi Gray, Dairy, Ore............................................ 50,275 10. Denton Fugate, Niangua, Mo................................ 49,563 11. Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo................................... 47,928 12. Parker McCown, Montgomery, Texas................... 46,094 13. Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho................. 45,002 14. Ruger Piva, Challis, Idaho.................................... 43,795 15. Colten Fritzlan, Rifle, Colo.................................... 42,923 16. Brody Yeary, Morgan Mill, Texas.......................... 42,861 17. Daylon Swearingen, Rochelle, Ga........................ 42,281 18. Dallee Mason, Weiser, Idaho................................ 41,376 19. Cole Melancon, Paris, Texas................................ 39,560 20. J.T. Moore, Alvin, Texas....................................... 37,990 BARREL RACING Barrel racing and breakaway roping standings, provided by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), are unofficial, subject to audit and may change. Unofficial WPRA Standings are published by the PRCA as a courtesy. The PRCA is not responsible for the verification or updating of WPRA standings. 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Lampasas, Texas............$80,553 2. Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas.................................69,439 3. Jimmie Smith, McDade, Texas..............................63,833 4. Jill Wilson, Snyder, Texas.....................................52,573 5. Dona Kay Rule, Minco, Texas................................51,218 6. Stevi Hillman, Weatherford, Texas........................51,040 7. Shelley Morgan, Eustace, Texas............................49,498 8. Jessica Routier, Buffalo, S.D.................................47,943 9. Tiany Schuster, Krum, Texas.................................46,124 10. Cheyenne Wimberley, Stephenville, Texas.............44,272 11. Emily Miller, Weatherford, Okla.............................38,963 12. Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D.................................38,379 13. Wenda Johnson, Pawhuska, Okla.........................36,171 14. Ivy Hurst, Springer, Okla.......................................35,794 15. Brittany Barnett, Stephenville, Texas.....................34,668 16. Ryann Pedone, Sunset, Texas...............................33,439 17. Jessica Telford, Caldwell, Idaho............................26,561 18. Carly Taylor, Anderson, Tenn.................................25,414 19. Kathy Grimes, Medical Lake, Wash.......................25,300 20. Ashley Castleberry, Montgomery, Texas................24,675 BREAKAWAY ROPING 1. Cassie Bahe, Grantsville, Utah............................$26,524 2. Jackie Crawford, Stephenville, Texas....................19,865 3. Jordan Fabrizio, Canyon, Texas.............................14,377 4. Martha Angelone, Stephenville, Texas...................14,127 5. Katie Mundorf, Mullen, Neb..................................11,731 6. Shelby Boisjoli, Stephenville, Texas......................10,909 7. Anna Bahe, Grantsville, Utah.................................10,529 8. Lari Dee Guy, Abilene, Texas.................................10,440 9. Tanegai Zilverberg, Holabird, S.D............................9,404 10. Kirby Eppert, Seneca, S.D.......................................9,358 11. Hope Thompson, Abilene, Texas.............................8,745 12. J.J. Hampton, Stephenville, Texas..........................8,422 13. Rickie Engesser, Spearfish, S.D..............................8,321 14. Janey Reeves, Melba, Idaho...................................7,351 15. Cadee Williams, Weatherford, Texas.......................6,892 16. Kelsie Chace, Cherokee, Okla..................................6,779 17. Erin Johnson, Fowler, Colo.....................................6,696 18. Amanda Coleman, Stephenville, Texas....................6,516 19. Taylor Munsell, Alva, Okla.......................................6,163 20. Kayelan Helton, Stephenville, Texas........................6,058

19. Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla............................... 34,049 20. Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, Ga............................... 31,609 TEAM ROPING (HEELER) 1. Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev..................................... $67,357 2. Joseph Harrison, Marietta, Okla........................... 65,152 3. Jake Long, Coffeyville, Kan.................................. 56,049 4. Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M................................... 54,018 5. Travis Graves, Jay, Okla....................................... 53,692 6. Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo..................................... 50,928 7. Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil ...... 48,995 8. Shay Dixon Carroll, La Junta, Colo...................... 48,729 9. Buddy Hawkins II, Columbus, Kan....................... 48,069 10. Paden Bray, Stephenville, Texas........................... 46,605 11. Tyler Worley, Berryville, Ark................................. 45,607 12. Levi Lord, Sturgis, S.D........................................ 44,131 13. Hunter Koch, Vernon, Texas................................. 44,101 14. Wesley Thorp, Throckmorton, Texas.................... 41,135 15. Chase Tryan, Helena, Mont.................................. 37,832 16. Trey Yates, Pueblo, Colo...................................... 37,825 17. Jake Edwards, Ocala, Fla..................................... 36,357 18. Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif.................................... 35,091 19. Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas......................... 34,049 20. Patrick Smith, Lipan, Texas.................................. 31,552 SADDLE BRONC RIDING 1. Wyatt Casper, Pampa, Texas............................ $143,914 2. Ryder Wright, Milford, Utah............................... 100,973 3. Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo................................. 85,544 4. Shorty Garrett, Eagle Butte, S.D........................... 75,710 5. Allen Boore, Axtell, Utah...................................... 70,459 6. Cole Elshere, Faith, S.D........................................ 53,863 7. Sterling Crawley, Huntsville, Texas....................... 51,608 8. Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta........................ 49,790 9. Rusty Wright, Milford, Utah................................. 45,303 10. Jacobs Crawley, Stephenville, Texas.................... 45,168 11. Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas............................. 41,475 12. Lefty Holman, Visalia, Calif.................................. 41,369 13. Chase Brooks, Deer Lodge, Mont........................ 40,966 14. Dawson Hay, Wildwood, Alberta.......................... 36,831 15. Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M.................................... 35,928 16. Spencer Wright, Milford, Utah............................. 34,865 17. Stetson Wright, Milford, Utah.............................. 33,144 18. Kolby Wanchuk, Sherwood Park, Alberta............. 31,598 19. Jake Finlay, Goondiwindi, Australia...................... 31,308 20. Cody DeMoss, Heflin, La..................................... 31,213 TIE-DOWN ROPING 1. Shad Mayfield, Clovis, N.M.............................. $151,364 2. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas................................... 63,381 3. Haven Meged, Miles City, Mont........................... 60,934 4. Ty Harris, San Angelo, Texas............................... 56,694 5. Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La................................ 52,299 6. Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas.......................... 51,998 7. Timber Moore, Aubrey, Texas.............................. 50,655 8. Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas................................ 45,960 9. Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas.......................... 45,590 10. Tyler Milligan, Pawhuska, Okla............................ 44,728 11. Ryan Jarrett, Comanche, Okla.............................. 44,629 12. Adam Gray, Seymour, Texas................................ 43,094 13. Caddo Lewallen, Morrison, Okla.......................... 43,032 14. Cory Solomon, Prairie View, Texas...................... 42,368 15. Hunter Herrin, Apache, Okla................................ 41,676 16. Riley Pruitt, Gering, Neb...................................... 39,268 17. Justin Smith, Leesville, La................................... 37,868 18. Catfish Brown, Collinsville, Texas........................ 36,258 19. Tyson Durfey, Brock, Texas.................................. 36,107 20. Blane Cox, Cameron, Texas.................................. 35,598 STEER ROPING 1. Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas.............. $52,833 2. Cole Patterson, Pratt, Kan.................................... 48,151 3. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas.............................. 46,523 4. Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas............................. 46,315 5. Landon McClaugherty, Tilden, Texas.................... 41,510 6. Billy Good, Wynnewood, Okla.............................. 35,972 7. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas................................... 35,069 8. Thomas Smith, Barnsdall, Okla............................ 31,311 9. J. Tom Fisher, Andrews, Texas............................. 29,110 10. Garrett Hale, Snyder, Texas.................................. 27,440

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2020 PRORODEO TOUR STANDINGS

Unofficial as of Sept. 1, 2020. The Tour Standings will be a points-based system for contestants at each qualifying Tour Rodeo. Points will be distributed for placings 1-40 at the conclusion of the rodeo.

18. Jesse Wright.........................................1,774.15 19. Jake Watson.........................................1,705.13 20. Taos Muncy...........................................1,599.57 21. CoBurn Bradshaw.................................1,579.21 22. Dawson Hay..........................................1,577.81 23. Kole Ashbacher.....................................1,452.89 24. Layton Green.........................................1,446.49 25. Logan Cook...........................................1,429.16 TIE-DOWN ROPING 1. Shad Mayfield.........................................5,254.71 2. Haven Meged..........................................2,724.13 3. Timber Moore.........................................2,611.86 4. Adam Gray..............................................2,423.92 5. Tuf Cooper..............................................2,230.41 6. Tyler Milligan...........................................2,176.27 7. Marty Yates.............................................2,148.14 8. Caleb Smidt.............................................2,145.74 9. Ryan Jarrett............................................1,972.87 10. Ty Harris................................................1,914.72 11. Tyson Durfey.........................................1,909.82 12. Hunter Herrin........................................1,860.52 13. Caddo Lewallen.....................................1,789.41 14. Westyn Hughes.....................................1,737.25 15. Cooper Martin.......................................1,652.86 16. Cimarron Boardman.............................1,583.65 17. Cory Solomon.......................................1,536.26 18. Justin Smith..........................................1,494.64 19. Blane Cox..............................................1,456.94 20. Ike Fontenot..........................................1,364.44 21. John Douch...........................................1,347.40 22. Cody Huber...........................................1,345.27 23. Colton Farquer......................................1,307.97 24. Stetson Vest..........................................1,299.89 25. Catfish Brown.......................................1,246.45 BULL RIDING 1. Sage Kimzey...........................................2,643.51 2. Roscoe Jarboe........................................2,565.55 3. Brady Portenier.......................................2,333.08 4. Trevor Kastner.........................................1,996.16 5. Ky Hamilton............................................1,797.56 6. Dustin Boquet.........................................1,797.11 7. Stetson Wright........................................1,752.28 8. Braden Richardson.................................1,725.79 9. Brody Yeary.............................................1,690.43 10. Jeff Askey..............................................1,609.28 11. Ruger Piva............................................1,598.40 12. Denton Fugate.......................................1,580.33 13. Boudreaux Campbell.............................1,424.07 14. Tyler Bingham.......................................1,420.08 15. Trey Benton III.......................................1,368.85 16. Trey Kimzey...........................................1,315.81 17. Daylon Swearingen...............................1,306.23 18. Joao Vieira............................................1,275.00 19. Shad Winn............................................1,244.53 20. Tim Bingham.........................................1,207.92 21. Jeston Mead.........................................1,043.63 22. Colten Fritzlan.......................................1,025.33 23. Maverick Potter.....................................1,009.74 24. Levi Gray..................................................982.25 25. Dallee Mason...........................................956.74

9. Clay Tryan...............................................2,321.83 10. Matt Sherwood.....................................2,259.31 11. Kolton Schmidt.....................................1,952.55 12. Levi Simpson........................................1,934.35 13. Clay Ullery.............................................1,900.02 14. Dustin Egusquiza..................................1,823.82 15. Riley Minor...........................................1,724.91 16. Tate Kirchenschlager.............................1,638.11 17. Andrew Ward........................................1,591.81 18. Chad Masters........................................1,546.43 19. Coleman Proctor...................................1,539.38 20. Kellan Johnson.....................................1,493.51 21. Jr. Dees.................................................1,469.01 22. Nick Sartain...........................................1,418.86 23. Aaron Tsinigine.....................................1,376.95 24. Garrett Tonozzi......................................1,340.77 25. Jake Cooper..........................................1,159.12 TEAM ROPING (HEELER) 1. Jade Corkill.............................................3,429.41 2. Paul Eaves...............................................3,037.94 3. Logan Medlin..........................................2,912.58 4. Joseph Harrison......................................2,609.89 5. Tyler Worley............................................2,549.15 6. Paden Bray..............................................2,467.04 7. Chase Tryan............................................2,329.26 8. Jake Long................................................2,321.83 9. Trey Yates................................................2,259.31 10. Junior Nogueira....................................2,076.32 11. Jake Edwards........................................2,030.13 12. Kyle Lockett..........................................1,976.95 13. Hunter Koch..........................................1,952.55 14. Shay Dixon Carroll................................1,934.35 15. Travis Graves........................................1,746.67 16. Brady Minor..........................................1,724.91 17. Patrick Smith........................................1,638.77 18. Buddy Hawkins II..................................1,591.81 19. Wesley Thorp........................................1,546.43 20. Ryan Motes...........................................1,539.38 21. Carson Johnson....................................1,493.51 22. Ross Ashford........................................1,443.06 23. Dustin Davis..........................................1,340.77 24. Lane Siggins.........................................1,265.27 25. Cole Davison.........................................1,210.37 SADDLE BRONC RIDING 1. Wyatt Casper...........................................5,120.54 2. Ryder Wright...........................................4,676.15 3. Brody Cress............................................3,362.92 4. Allen Boore..............................................3,219.49 5. Spencer Wright.......................................3,006.06 6. Rusty Wright...........................................2,861.48 7. Sterling Crawley......................................2,823.97 8. Isaac Diaz................................................2,637.95 9. Jacobs Crawley.......................................2,497.84 10. Chase Brooks........................................2,213.56 11. Lefty Holman.........................................2,103.25 12. Cole Elshere..........................................2,047.97 13. Kolby Wanchuk.....................................2,046.58 14. Shorty Garrett.......................................2,007.60 15. Riggin Smith.........................................1,980.39 16. Logan Hay.............................................1,868.53 17. Zeke Thurston.......................................1,855.08

BAREBACK RIDING 1. Tim O’Connell..........................................4,640.16 2. Clayton Biglow........................................3,735.66 3. Kaycee Feild............................................3,707.54 4. Richmond Champion..............................3,638.74 5. Mason Clements.....................................3,258.76 6. Tilden Hooper..........................................3,251.76 7. Tanner Aus..............................................3,195.39 8. Orin Larsen.............................................2,817.08 9. Jamie Howlett.........................................2,564.38 10. Wyatt Bloom.........................................2,413.09 11. Jake Brown...........................................2,284.66 12. Jesse Pope............................................2,253.29 13. Chad Rutherford...................................2,236.28 14. Ty Breuer...............................................2,069.30 15. Trenten Montero...................................1,922.65 16. Kody Lamb............................................1,771.49 17. Cole Reiner...........................................1,577.60 18. Logan Patterson....................................1,559.17 19. Taylor Broussard...................................1,558.94 20. Leighton Berry......................................1,531.85 21. Paden Hurst..........................................1,499.64 22. Garrett Shadbolt....................................1,469.71 23. Clint Laye..............................................1,455.74 24. Spur Lacasse........................................1,346.33 25. Jayco Roper..........................................1,240.53 STEER WRESTLING 1. Matt Reeves............................................3,658.07 2. Stetson Jorgensen..................................3,130.22 3. Tyler Waguespack...................................2,859.53 4. Jacob Talley.............................................2,617.32 5. Jace Melvin.............................................2,269.01 6. Jacob Edler.............................................2,041.51 7. Curtis Cassidy.........................................1,981.29 8. Bridger Anderson....................................1,951.96 9. Dakota Eldridge.......................................1,911.37 10. Blake Knowles.......................................1,910.50 11. Eli Lord..................................................1,828.35 12. Hunter Cure...........................................1,827.34 13. Will Lummus........................................1,756.48 14. Dalton Massey......................................1,721.05 15. Ty Erickson...........................................1,720.21 16. Jesse Brown.........................................1,713.30 17. Taz Olson..............................................1,627.11 18. Cade Goodman.....................................1,501.81 19. Tanner Brunner.....................................1,474.73 20. Jule Hazen.............................................1,360.13 21. Shayde Etherton....................................1,340.28 22. Justin Shaffer........................................1,312.44 23. Cody Devers..........................................1,299.70 24. Mike McGinn.........................................1,297.82 25. Rowdy Parrott.......................................1,261.82 TEAM ROPING (HEADER) 1. Clay Smith...............................................3,429.41 2. Cody Snow..............................................3,259.48 3. Luke Brown.............................................3,138.77 4. Charly Crawford......................................2,912.58 5. Jeff Flenniken..........................................2,549.15 6. Colby Lovell............................................2,531.96 7. Erich Rogers...........................................2,467.04 8. Brenten Hall............................................2,329.26

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Survey: Rodeo fans want to attend NFR Rodeo Ready

T he Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association conducted a survey, and the results could not be clearer: ProRodeo fans want to attend the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, regardless of location. In early August, the PRCA and Las Vegas Events surveyed fans nationwide. With more than 40,000 responses, nearly 80% said they would travel to attend the NFR. Given an array of options, most fans prefer to see the event somewhere in Texas. “The fans have spoken, and we hear them,” PRCA CEO George Taylor said. “Our fans are imperative to the National Finals Rodeo. The PRCA is committed to the NFR, our sponsors, our members and our fans.” The PRCA is asking rodeo fans to sign up at prorodeo.com/2020-nfr- ticket-drawing to get early news on the announcement of a location for the 2020 Wrangler NFR. Fans will get advance notice of the 2020 venue plus a chance to win a

pair of tickets to one performance of the Wrangler NFR. When it came to other events critical to the 2020 NFR, the most important event for fans was Cowboy Christmas, at nearly 90%, followed by the Wrangler NFR Nightly Buckle Presentation. The PRCA is committed to finding a location to host the NFR and to provide ample space for the additional events that come with the PRCA’s marquee event. “We’re watching other professional sports struggle,” Taylor said. “This has been a tough year for all of us. Our approach to getting through this is to listen to our fans and to stay connected to the character of the cowboys who are at the center of rodeo.” In this year of the COVID-19 pandemic, ProRodeo fans indicated that hand sanitizing stations were the most important aspect of maintaining a clean arena. Enhanced sanitizing was also high

on the priority list, while masks being offered, temperature checks, maintaining social distancing, cashless processes and queuing lines were deemed less important. Las Vegas isn’t a feasible option to host the NFR this year, so the PRCA has been exploring other options. The PRCA is committed to recreating the experience of the NFR in Las Vegas, wherever it lands, and a decision on the 2020 venue will be announced by Sept. 30.

Gold Buckle Beer named Tour Finale title sponsor

The PRCA is proud to announce that Gold Buckle Beer will be the title sponsor for the 2020 ProRodeo Tour Finale. The 2020 Gold Buckle Beer ProRodeo Tour Finale will take place at the James Kjerstad Event Center in Rapid City, S.D., Sept. 22-26 and will crown the champions of the 2020 ProRodeo Tour.

season to earn significant money that goes toward qualifying for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Dec. 3-12. Watch past and future NFR contestants battle it out for the coveted 2020 Gold Buckle Beer ProRodeo Tour Finale title on The Cowboy Channel and on the PRCA on Cowboy Channel Plus App. “Having a national sponsor like Gold Buckle

“Gold Buckle Beer is a truly valued sponsor of ProRodeo,” PRCA CEO George Taylor said. “It’s a privilege to have them as the title sponsor of the ProRodeo Tour Finale.” The Top 24 competitors in each event in the ProRodeo Tour Standings qualify for the Tour Finale. Competitors travel across North America in hopes of qualifying for the Tour Finale, picking up points at some of ProRodeo’s biggest events, including Denver, San Antonio, Houston, The American and Fort Worth. With a payout of more than $300,000, competitors will have a chance on the final weekend of the 2020 regular

Beer step up and give these cowboys a payout they deserve in a year like this is huge,” said Rorey Lemmel, producer of the Gold Buckle Beer Tour Finale. “We’re bringing in the best stock contractors and personnel to showcase the Top 24 contestants and see who will punch their ticket for the NFR.” The Tour Finale moved from Puyallup, Wash., to Rapid City due to complications from the COVID-19 pandemic. For ticket information for the Gold Buckle Beer ProRodeo Tour Finale, go to https://bit.ly/2Ym9fQf.

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