Tops in Texas Rodeo Official Results
Jacksonville, Texas, May 15-18
All-around cowboy: Justin Maass, $1,140, team roping and tie-down roping.
Bareback riding: 1. Jared Keylon, 85 points on Carr Pro Rodeo’s Grass Dancer, $1,159; 2. Tim O’Connell, 84, $869; 3. Kyle Brennecke, 83, $580; 4. Steven Anding, 81, $290.
Steer wrestling: 1. Morgan Grant, 3.9 seconds, $964; 2. Sam Williams, 4.4, $798; 3. Justin Shaffer, 4.7, $632; 4. Tyler Gibson, 5.1, $466; 5. Jason Thomas, 5.6, $299; 6. Bryce Barney, 5.7, $166.
Team roping: 1. Jake Orman/Corey Hendrick, 5.1 seconds, $1,136 each; 2. Dakota Shipp/Cody Pierce, 5.2, $941; 3. (tie) Rowdy Rieken/Will Woodfin, Caleb Mitchell/Bret Gould and Jimmy Tanner/Shawn Harris, 5.5, $549 each; 6. Camish Jennings/Brandon Bates, 5.8, $196.
Saddle bronc riding: 1. Curtis Garton, 84 points on Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo’s Primetime, $1,050; 2. Cody DeMoss, 83, $796; 3. Tol Cawley, 82, $573; 4. Garet Aldridge, 81, $382; 5. Ty Kirkland, 80, $223; 6. (tie) Will Smith and Aaron Lide, 78, $80 each.
Tie-down roping: 1. Seth Childers, 7.5 seconds, $1,378; 2. Justin Maass, 8.0, $1,140; 3. Caleb Smidt, 8.1, $903; 4. Tye Pride, 8.2, $665; 5. Don Coffell, 8.5, $428; 6. (tie) Chase Williams, Austin Davis and Marshall Leonard, 8.6, $79 each.
Barrel racing: 1. Victoria Williams, 15.93 seconds, $1,177; 2. Liz Combs, 16.32, $1,009; 3. Cassie Moseley, 16.46, $841; 4. Shelley Morgan, 16.53, $729; 5. Lizzy Ehr, 16.58, $561; 6. (tie) Hallie Bradford and Emily Efurd, 16.60, $392 each; 8. Annesa Self, 16.70, $224; 9. Samantha Lyne, 16.78, $168; 10. Kaley Bass, 16.79, $112.
Bull riding: 1. (tie) Austin Meier, on Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo’s Rainbow, and Eli Vastbinder, on Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo’s Diamond Joe, 87 points, $1,364 each; 3. (tie) Dylan Werner and Cody Sierks, 86, $705 each; 5. Corey Atwell, 85, $329; 6. (tie) Reid Barker and Sam Wyatt, 83, $118 each.
Total payoff: $35,210. Stock contractor: Pete Carr’s Classic Pro Rodeo. Rodeo secretary: Lynne Compton. Officials: DeWitt Forrest and Glenn Sullivan. Timers: Jaymie Pemberton and Tonya Lovelace. Announcer: Racer Botkin. Bullfighters: Kenny Bergeron, Travis Adams and Kelby Pearah. Clown/barrelman: Lecile Harris. Flankman: Pete Carr. Chute bosses: Scotty Lovelace and Les Wagley. Pickup men: Jeremy Hight and Jeremy Willis. Photographer: James Phifer.
Rodeo summary courtesy of PRCA.com
Tops in Texas Rodeo Official Results
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