PRCA Team Roping Windham Weaponry World Standings as of 9/4/15 | The Fourth Quarter of Rodeo

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Paul Eaves at ’15 Spicer Gripp Youth Foundation Memorial Roping

September is the beginning of a time of change. The summer ends, the leaves start to change, and school is back in session. If you are a professional cowboy, September is the beginning of the end. It’s the fourth quarter of rodeo. All roads have led to the northwest, and the cowboys are in the great state of Washington this week at Ellensburg and Walla Walla. There are several teams still vying for their chance at 10 head run in Vegas, and it will be a race to the end who will get those spots. Here are the results and standings this week:

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Team roping: First round leaders. 1. Brady Tryan/Logan Medlin, 4.6 seconds;2/3. (tie) Travis Whitlow/Tyler Whitlow, and Dylan Gordon/Gage Williams, 5.6 each;4. Garrett Rogers/Jake Minor, 6.0;5. Bryce Palmer/Monty Joe Petska,6.1; 6. David Key/Travis Woodard, 6.3.

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Team roping: First round:1. Billy Bob Brown/Garrett Jess, 4.4 seconds, $1,538 each; 2. (tie) David Key/Travis Woodard, and Bubba Buckaloo/Jonathan Torres, 5.0, $1,140 each; 4. Spencer Mitchell/B.J. Campbell, 5.1, $743; 5. (tie) Manny Egusquiza Jr./Chase Tryan, and Clayton Hansen/Chase Hansen, 5.4, $371 each.

Second round leaders:1. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 4.9 seconds; 2. (tie) Clayton Hansen/Chase Hansen, Billy Bob Brown/Garrett Jess, and Luke Brown/Kollin VonAhn, 5.7 each; 5. Shawn Bessette/Sid Sporer, 5.8; 6. Nick Sartain/Rich Skelton, 6.3.
Average leaders: 1. Billy Bob Brown/Garrett Jess, 10.1 seconds on two head; 2. Clayton Hansen/Chase Hansen, 11.1; 3. Shawn Bessette/Sid Sporer, 11.5; 4. Nick Sartain/Rich Skelton, 11.9; 5. David Key/Travis Woodard, 15.3; 6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 15.7.
Team Roping Headers

1 Clay Tryan Billings MT $99,334.81
2 Chad Masters Cedar Hill TN $83,807.24
3 Trevor Brazile Decatur TX $82,095.59
4 Derrick Begay Seba Dalkai AZ $80,802.60
5 Erich Rogers Round Rock AZ $71,844.54
6 Aaron Tsinigine Tuba City AZ $70,883.26
7 Jake Barnes Scottsdale AZ $68,987.22
8 Coleman Proctor Pryor OK $67,194.40
9 Jake Cooper Monument NM $65,692.47
10 Luke Brown Stephenville TX $63,909.67
11 Colby Lovell Madisonville TX $63,545.68
12 JoJo LeMond Andrews TX $63,070.87
13 Nick Sartain Dover OK $62,231.92
14 Clay Smith Broken Bow OK $58,789.42
15 Matt Sherwood Pima AZ $57,107.06
16 Riley Minor Ellensburg WA $56,847.40
17 Joel Bach San Augustine TX $51,580.39
18 Bubba Buckaloo Caddo OK $50,956.63
19 Tyler Wade Terrell TX $50,196.03
20 Doyle Hoskins Chualar CA $49,844.55

Team Roping Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $99,334.81
2 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $82,095.59
3 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $81,922.60
4 Travis Graves Jay OK $76,414.18
5 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $73,329.91
6 Cory Petska Marana AZ $73,202.62
7 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $68,409.80
8 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $65,408.64
9 Paul Eaves lonedell MO $65,080.28
10 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $63,909.67
11 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $63,183.21
12 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $63,052.50
13 Rich Skelton Llano TX $62,231.92
14 Dugan Kelly Paso Robles CA $57,273.03
15 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $56,941.78
16 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $56,704.83
17 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $55,518.48
18 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $54,974.40
19 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $54,874.13
20 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $49,325.01

PRCA Team Roping Windham Weaponry World Standings as of 8/24/15

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Luke Brown and Kollin VonAhn Spicer Gripp ’15

Headers

1 Clay Tryan Billings MT $85,566.23
2 Chad Masters Cedar Hill TN $80,767.25
3 Trevor Brazile Decatur TX $75,294.34
4 Derrick Begay Seba Dalkai AZ $72,939.82
5 Aaron Tsinigine Tuba City AZ $70,883.26
6 Erich Rogers Round Rock AZ $69,912.99
7 Jake Barnes Scottsdale AZ $68,987.22
8 Jake Cooper Monument NM $63,472.44
9 Luke Brown Stephenville TX $62,977.21
10 Coleman Proctor Pryor OK $60,177.89
11 JoJo LeMond Andrews TX $59,271.95
12 Colby Lovell Madisonville TX $58,804.55
13 Riley Minor Ellensburg WA $56,847.42
14 Nick Sartain Dover OK $56,197.32
15 Matt Sherwood Pima AZ $55,939.59
16 Clay Smith Broken Bow OK $55,142.90
17 Joel Bach San Augustine TX $51,580.40
18 Bubba Buckaloo Caddo OK $50,956.63
19 Doyle Hoskins Chualar CA $49,844.55
20 Cody Snow CA $49,751.04

Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $85,566.23
2 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $79,499.82
3 Travis Graves Jay OK $76,414.19
4 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $75,294.34
5 Cory Petska Marana AZ $69,191.07
6 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $68,409.80
7 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $64,856.54
8 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $63,052.50
9 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $62,977.21
10 Paul Eaves lonedell MO $59,421.66
11 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $58,392.13
12 Dugan Kelly Paso Robles CA $57,273.04
13 Rich Skelton Llano TX $56,197.32
14 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $55,774.31
15 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $55,518.50
16 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $55,402.08
17 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $54,834.37
18 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $52,905.91
19 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $52,493.11
20 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $47,249.50

PRCA Team Roping Windham Weaponry World Standings as of 8/19

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Ryan Motes at ’15 BFI

Headers

1 Clay Tryan Billings MT $84,391.24
2 Trevor Brazile Decatur TX $75,294.34
3 Chad Masters Cedar Hill TN $73,915.67
4 Derrick Begay Seba Dalkai AZ $70,505.22
5 Jake Barnes Scottsdale AZ $68,987.22
6 Aaron Tsinigine Tuba City AZ $66,286.66
7 Jake Cooper Monument NM $58,675.82
8 Colby Lovell Madisonville TX $58,495.39
9 Luke Brown Stephenville TX $57,986.09
10 Coleman Proctor Pryor OK $57,743.29
11 Erich Rogers Round Rock AZ $57,551.68
12 JoJo LeMond Andrews TX $55,623.52
13 Clay Smith Broken Bow OK $52,463.90
14 Riley Minor Ellensburg WA $51,448.37
15 Bubba Buckaloo Caddo OK $50,561.83
16 Matt Sherwood Pima AZ $48,257.32
17 Nick Sartain Dover OK $47,986.09
18 Joel Bach San Augustine TX $46,689.21
19 Levi Simpson Ponoka AB $46,410.36
20 Adam Rose Willard MO $45,607.88

Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $84,391.24
2 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $77,065.22
3 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $75,294.34
4 Travis Graves Jay OK $69,562.61
5 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $68,409.80
6 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $59,741.26
7 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $58,455.90
8 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $57,986.09
9 Cory Petska Marana AZ $57,551.68
10 Paul Eaves lonedell MO $56,742.66
11 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $55,957.53
12 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $55,092.92
13 Dugan Kelly Paso Robles CA $51,146.27
14 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $50,119.45
15 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $50,037.75
16 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $49,743.61
17 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $49,257.48
18 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $48,092.04
19 Rich Skelton Llano TX $47,986.09
20 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $46,410.36

Season Winding Down, Pressure Building Up | PRCA Windham Weaponry Standings as of 8/10/15.

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Rich Skelton at Wildfire ’14

With less than $10,000 separating 20th to 12th, the NFR race is proving to be a tight one. Back on the bubble is 20x NFR Qualifier and 8x World Champion Rich Skelton and his partner Nick Sartain. Skelton suffered severe injuries due to a tractor accident this spring and has made a remarkable recovery. It’s a hard spot being on the bubble with only 7 weeks left in the regular season, but the rodeos left will make all the difference. Some of the cowboys were lucky enough to get a few days off with several relatively smaller rodeos located close together across the states such as Lovington, NM and Dalhart, TX to just name a couple. They will now head  toward the Pacific for the “Northwest Run” that consists of Walla Walla, Ellensburg, and the infamous Pendleton.

One could easily argue the hardest part about the National Finals Rodeo is simply getting there. These cowboys have traveled thousands of miles by planes, trains, and automobiles, rode several horses, and wore out several tires, pick-ups, and trailers. If they can get the stars to align and secure their spot in the Top 15, anyone has a shot at the world title with each of the 10 rounds paying well over $20,000. The Road to the NFR ’15 is continuing to be one to watch.

Headers

1 Clay Tryan Billings MT $82,430.64
2 Trevor Brazile Decatur TX $73,214.35
3 Chad Masters Cedar Hill TN $67,955.59
4 Jake Barnes Scottsdale AZ $63,547.24
5 Derrick Begay Seba Dalkai AZ $63,277.33
6 Aaron Tsinigine Tuba City AZ $61,928.01
7 Jake Cooper Monument NM $58,152.91
8 Coleman Proctor Pryor OK $57,743.29
9 Colby Lovell Madisonville TX $57,215.39
10 Erich Rogers Round Rock AZ $55,565.16
11 Luke Brown Stephenville TX $54,878.60
12 JoJo LeMond Andrews TX $54,431.63
13 Clay Smith Broken Bow OK $52,463.91
14 Riley Minor Ellensburg WA $49,222.72
15 Matt Sherwood Pima AZ $48,257.32
16 Nick Sartain Dover OK $47,986.09
17 Joel Bach San Augustine TX $46,689.22
18 Bubba Buckaloo Caddo OK $46,017.75
19 Doyle Hoskins Chualar CA $44,279.75
20 Travis Tryan Billings MT $41,003.79

Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $82,430.64
2 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $73,214.35
3 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $68,717.33
4 Travis Graves Jay OK $63,602.53
5 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $62,969.82
6 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $56,977.25
7 Paul Eaves lonedell MO $56,742.67
8 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $56,701.27
9 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $55,957.53
10 Cory Petska Marana AZ $55,565.16
11 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $55,092.92
12 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $54,878.60
13 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $49,514.84
14 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $48,092.04
15 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $48,065.59
16 Rich Skelton Llano TX $47,986.09
17 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $47,893.80
18 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $45,199.53
19 Dugan Kelly Paso Robles CA $42,907.96
20 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $40,301.94

2015 PRCA Windham Weaponry World Standings as of August 3.

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The rodeo trail is starting to wind down with eight short weeks left in the rodeo season. It’s a pivotal point in the season when some are faced making the difficult decision to  head home and regroup for 2016 or stay on the road and head to the Northwest for hopes of a NFR qualification. The majority of the rodeos this past weekend were saturated in Kansas, with Dodge City and Phillipsburg being a couple of the big name events. David Key and Martin Lucero fared well winning 1st at Dodge City and 2nd at Phillipsburg winning nearly $6,000 in the weekend. Luke Brown and Kollin VonAhn are roping with their momentum from Cheyenne and Salt Lake and won third at Dodge City and are climbing their way into a secure spot in the Top 15.

Aside from Kansas, the “Beef Captial of the World” was the topic of conversation this weekend as Hereford, TX hosted the 21st annual Spicer Gripp Memorial Youth Foundation Roping. Being one of the biggest jackpots of the year, cowboys came to rope for big money and take a small hiatus from the rodeo trail. Jake Barnes and Junior Nogueira roped in their habitual consistent fashion and took the win. They currently are sitting fourth in the world standings looking to punch their second ticket to the NFR as a team.

Top 20 Team Roping Headers

1 Clay Tryan Billings MT $81,315.76
2 Trevor Brazile Decatur TX $67,693.51
3 Derrick Begay Seba Dalkai AZ $63,277.34
4 Aaron Tsinigine Tuba City AZ $60,727.17
5 Jake Barnes Scottsdale AZ $60,457.08
6 Chad Masters Cedar Hill TN $59,956.23
7 Coleman Proctor Pryor OK $57,002.11
8 Colby Lovell Madisonville TX $56,315.82
9 Jake Cooper Monument NM $56,096.19
10 Erich Rogers Round Rock AZ $55,565.18
11 Luke Brown Stephenville TX $54,878.61
12 Matt Sherwood Pima AZ $48,257.34
13 Nick Sartain Dover OK $47,986.10
14 JoJo LeMond Andrews TX $47,731.86
15 Riley Minor Ellensburg WA $47,579.63
16 Bubba Buckaloo Caddo OK $43,757.95
17 Joel Bach San Augustine TX $43,160.89
18 Doyle Hoskins Chualar CA $42,485.30
19 Levi Simpson Ponoka AB $40,766.77
20 Clay Smith Broken Bow OK $40,679.37

Top 20 Team Roping Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $81,315.76
2 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $68,717.34
3 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $67,693.51
4 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $59,879.66
5 Travis Graves Jay OK $55,603.17
6 Cory Petska Marana AZ $55,565.18
7 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $55,216.34
8 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $54,878.61
9 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $54,193.35
10 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $53,461.19
11 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $52,265.00
12 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $48,092.06
13 Rich Skelton Llano TX $47,986.10
14 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $47,458.12
15 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $46,250.71
16 Paul Eaves lonedell MO $44,958.13
17 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $42,939.73
18 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $41,365.82
19 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $40,766.77
20 Dugan Kelly Paso Robles CA $38,141.78

2015 PRCA Windham Weaponry Team Roping World Standings

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“The Daddy” is over and all the cowboys are dispersed  among the Great Plains this week. Many are in Kansas entered at Dodge City, Phillipsburg, Hill City, and Abiliene. Sydney, IA and Great Falls, MT are also on the schedule among several others. With roughly eight weeks left in the regular season, it is crunch time for these cowboys on the road seeking the golden ticket to the Thomas and Mack. See who is rising to the top: 

Results from: http://www.prorodeo.com


Team Roping Headers

1 Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont. $80,684
2 Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas $65,714
3 Derrick Begay, Seba Dalkai, Ariz. $60,075
4 Jake Barnes, Scottsdale, Ariz. $58,536
5 Aaron Tsinigine, Tuba City, Ariz. $55,723
6 Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M. $55,276
7 Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla. $53,712
8 Chad Masters, Cedar Hill, Tenn. $53,646
9 Colby Lovell, Madisonville, Texas $52,742
10 Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz. $52,666
11 Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas $50,386
12 JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas $47,322
13 Riley Minor, Ellensburg, Wash. $45,577
14 Matt Sherwood, Pima, Ariz. $45,514
15 Bubba Buckaloo, Caddo, Okla. $43,758
16 Joel Bach, San Augustine, Texas $43,161
17 Nick Sartain, Dover, Okla. $42,228
18 Levi Simpson, Ponoka, Alberta $40,767
19 Doyle Hoskins, Chualar, Calif. $38,708
20 Tyler Wade, Terrell, Texas $37,333

  1. Team Roping Heelers

1 Jade Corkill Fallon NV $80,684.08
2 Patrick Smith Lipan TX $65,714.10
3 Clay O’Brien Cooper Gardnerville NV $65,515.21
4 Junior Nogueira Scottsdale AZ $57,958.77
5 Jake Long Coffeyville KS $53,711.87
6 Cory Petska Marana AZ $52,665.95
7 Kory Koontz Stephenville TX $51,578.37
8 Travis Graves Jay OK $50,605.72
9 Kollin VonAhn Blanchard OK $50,386.14
10 Travis Woodard Stockton CA $49,365.80
11 Ryan Motes Weatherford TX $48,456.52
12 Tyler McKnight Wells TX $46,637.50
13 Quinn Kesler Holden UT $45,349.20
14 Brady Minor Ellensburg WA $44,248.17
15 Russell Cardoza Terrebonne OR $42,939.73
16 Rich Skelton Llano TX $42,228.27
17 Dakota Kirchenschlager Morgan Mill TX $40,955.51
18 Jeremy Buhler Abbotsford BC $40,301.94
19 Kinney Harrell Marshall TX $35,412.62
20 Paul Eaves Lonedell MO $35,269.31

Pushing Boundaries and Barriers

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13X WPRA World Champion and this month’s Women’s Pro Rodeo News cover girl Jackie Hobbs-Crawford has always been known for her second to none roping and horsemanship skills. After yesterday, she can now add to her resume as the second female team roper to ever compete in the prestigious California Rodeo Salinas. With a five head average format and only having one box to come out of, Jackie set the bar high for her PRCA debut. Roping with Tie Down Roping NFR Qualifier Marty Yates, the team turned in an 8.6 but unfortunately broke the barrier. Despite the penalty Jackie had this to say about her run in an Instagram post.

Well, it wasn’t what I was hoping for! Saw the start I wanted, but our steer was way slow, then jumped to the right and wanted to stop when I was throwing! My heeler set him down though! Have to say that was one of the funnest things I’ve ever gotten to do!! I loved it! Thanks for all the good luck wishes everybody!! #3morerounds

A video posted by jackiehobbs-crawford (@jackiehobbscrawford) on Jul 17, 2015 at 7:46am PDT

Jackie’s husband and 8X NFR Team Roping Qualifier Charly Crawford is also competing adding a special comradery to the experience. We will follow Jackie and Marty over the next couple weeks as their next stop on the rodeo trail is the “Daddy of ‘Em All”, the Cheyenne Frontier Days. Until next time we leave you with this quote.

“Never give up on something you can’t go a day without thinking about.” – Unknown