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Courtesy PRCA
June 21, 2017

Benton snares Rodeo Xtreme Bulls crown

RENO, Nev. – With his first career Xtreme Bulls Division 1 victory within reach, Trey Benton III rose to the occasion.

The Rock Island, Texas, cowboy had an electric 88-point ride on Big Stone, Moreno & Growney Rodeo’s Spotted Demon in the short round to win the two-head average with 174.5 points on June 15.

“I had never been on that bull before, and he’s pretty widely-known for not being ridden, ever,” Benton said. “I just knew I needed to stay in the middle. I was trying to keep it as simple as possible.”

When Benton was bucked off, winning the event was the last thing on his mind.

“It was a dogfight and I was going to him the whole time and I didn’t know how long I was riding,” he said. “I landed on my feet, but I didn’t think I made it (the whistle). I was hoping I made it, but I knew it was close. I was ready for heartbreak because I ride for seven seconds all the time. When they said I did make it, I was like, ‘heck yeah, I will take it.’ That bull was strong and definitely as good as advertised.”

The victory formula for Benton was set in motion when he had an 86.5-point ride on Western Rodeos’ Area Code to finish second in the long round at the Reno Livestock Events Center.

Benton finished just in front of Brennon Eldred (172.5 points), Tim Bingham (172) and Sage Kimzey (168). Kimzey is the reigning three-time PRCA world champion.

“I was so happy that I did good and won because I don’t think I have ever placed at an (Xtreme Bulls) Division 1 event in my career,” Benton said.

Benton is no stranger to success. He’s a three-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier (2012-14), and in 2014, he finished a career-best third in the world standings with $164,471, thanks to placing in three rounds at the WNFR.

Unfortunately for Benton, his 2015 and 2016 seasons were sabotaged by injuries. In 2015, he was sidelined because of knee surgeries. Then, in 2016, he once again was out of action with a torn groin, a tear in his labrum, his right hip and a sports hernia.

Finally healthy, Benton has returned to top form in 2017, capturing big wins at the San Angelo (Texas) Rodeo and the Red Bluff (Calif.) Round-Up. He was 15th in the June 12 WEATHER GUARD® PRCA World Standings with $37,412, but thanks to earning $12,643 at the Reno Xtreme Bulls event, he moved up to eighth place in the June 19 standings with $50,055.

Still, Benton is keeping things in perspective.

“Nothing,” Benton said about what this victory means. “It’s a long summer. My goal is just to stay on every bull.”

This was Benton’s second career Xtreme Bulls victory as he also won a Division 2 event in Gladewater, Texas, in 2014. Benton joins the 2017 Xtreme Bulls Division 1 winners list which is comprised of Kimzey (Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 17-18), Ty Wallace (San Antonio, Feb. 25) and Tristan Mize (Fort Mohave, Ariz., March 11).

•Kimzey earned $5,452 at the Reno Xtreme Bulls to take over the lead in the X-Bulls standings with $32,213. Kimzey is followed by Brennon Eldred ($31,053) and former season leader Ty Wallace ($29,471).

•When the June 19 world standings were released, two new leaders emerged. Team roping heeler Billie Jack Saebens is now in first place with $58,190, overtaking Cory Petska ($57,734) for the top spot. Tie-down roper Marcos Costa also is now in the season lead with $68,090, passing now second-place Marty Yates ($65,261).

Red Rock highlights St. Paul Rodeo inductees

Courtesy of Ruth Nicolaus

ST. PAUL, Ore. – He’s the first of his type to be inducted into the St. Paul Rodeo Hall of Fame, and in his prime, he brought fear and intimidation to the hearts of his opponents.

Red Rock, one of the most famous bulls in rodeo history, leads the class of 2017 which will be inducted into the St. Paul Rodeo Hall of Fame on June 29. Red Rock was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1990.

The bull was born in 1976 and raised near Burns, Ore. As a 2-year-old, the red tiger-striped brindle Brahma-Hereford cross was purchased by Mert Hunking.

In 1984, Don Kish and John Growney bought the bull, sight unseen, for $10,000. They took him to PRCA rodeos, where his unridden streak continued.

Not only did Red Rock have a 100 percent buck-off rate during competition, but he was incredibly smart. It seemed Red Rock could sense what the rider was about to do, and would turn the opposite way, which resulted in throwing the rider off.

“He knew what hand a guy was using,” Kish said. “He always bucked away from their hand.”

Red Rock is best known for the matchups with ProRodeo Hall of Famer Lane Frost. The matchups were publicized up and down the West Coast, and out of seven of them, Frost covered Red Rock four times. The sixth match was at the St. Paul Rodeo on July 4, 1988, where Red Rock bucked off Frost, tying the matchup at 3-3.

Red Rock was retired from ProRodeo competition in 1987 at the age of 11, an unusually long time for a bucking bull to work. After 309 official buck-offs and no cowboy making the eight-second buzzer on him, (his matchup with Frost was for publicity only, not official competition) he was the 1987 World Champion Bucking Bull. Red Rock was brought out of retirement the next year for the Lane Frost match-ups.

Red Rock passed away in 1994.

Other inductees into the St. Paul Rodeo Hall of Fame are cowboy Joe Ruda, one of the most prominent bareback riders in the Columbia River Circuit, who won the circuit title five times in the 1980s. He won the St. Paul Rodeo in 1981 and ’83.

Frank and Rita Foltz, of Woodburn, Ore., will be inducted into the Hall in the category of general membership. Active members of the St. Paul Rodeo Association since the mid-1980s, they were involved first in ushering and selling tickets, and have been on the queen and court committee, and helped with the grounds, hospitality, art show, and special events.

Shirley Ernst joins the Hall in the category of rodeo notables. The St. Paul woman’s father, Maurice Smith, was one of the rodeo’s founders, and she was rodeo princess in 1943 and queen in 1944.

In the timed-event category, steer wrestler Trevor Knowles will be inducted. The Mt. Vernon, Ore., man has qualified for 13 consecutive Wrangler National Finals Rodeos.

The St. Paul Rodeo Hall of Fame induction will be held June 29 at the rodeo grounds, beginning at 5 p.m. (PT). A barbecue steak dinner is served, with libations and socializing prior to the meal. Artists will be on hand for a “quick draw,” and an auction benefitting the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund is held following the meal. Tickets are $32 and must be purchased prior to the event; they can’t be purchased at the door. Tickets are on sale at StPaulRodeo.com. For more information, visit the website or call 503.633.2011.

12 Champions Crowned at College National Finals Rodeo

Courtesy of Johna Cravens

CASPER, Wyo. – From a pair of repeat titlists to a freshman phenom, 12 college athletes earned national championships June 17 at the 69th annual College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) at the Casper Events Center.

Team ropers Cole Wheeler and Wesley Thorp were the only repeat champions, winning their second straight title, but their first for Texas Tech University. Last year they represented Weatherford College (Wheeler) and Ranger College (Thorp). They entered the championship round tied with a team from Gillette (Wyo.) College for second overall. Both trailed the leaders from Sam Houston State University by one-tenth of a second. Neither of the other top contenders managed to rope their steer, while Wheeler and Thorp clocked a 5.5 to place second in the round.

A Sam Houston State University freshman from Victoria, Texas – Lane McGehee – dominated the bareback riding. He won two of the three preliminary rounds and scored 79.5 points on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Spicy Chicken to place second in the championship round, a point behind Sheridan College’s Hunter Carlson. McGehee’s average win was by an almost unheard-of 16 points.

The biggest jump to claim a national title came from bull rider Cole Melancon of Hill College (Hillsboro, Texas). The Liberty, Texas, sophomore was ranked halfway down the top 12, at sixth, after qualifying for the championship round. He had just one qualified ride in the first three rounds. Melancon put together an 85-point effort on MoBetta Rodeo’s Blindside to win the championship round and the national title by 4.5 points. No bull rider could make more than two qualified rides during this year’s CNFR.

Tie-down roper Reid Zapalac of Tarleton State University (Stephenville, Texas), saddle bronc rider Preston Burr of New Mexico Junior College (Hobbs) and steer wrestler Denver Berry of Southeastern Oklahoma State University (Durant) were the other three new champions who came into the finals with the lead and held on to win titles.

Berry, a senior, did it by wrestling his steer in 3.9 seconds to tie for first in the championship round. Zapalac’s time of 8.8 placed second in the championship round and Burr’s score of 74 was enough to tie for fourth in the finals.

The all-around cowboy title went to Cole Frey of McNeese State University (Lake Charles, La.) who qualified for the final round in both team roping and steer wrestling. Panhandle State University (Goodwell, Okla.) won the men’s team championship and Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, Texas) earned the women’s team title.

Texas A&M University junior Hailey Kinsel and her mare DM Sissy Heyday, who she calls “Sister,” took the barrel racing title. The Cotulla, Texas, cowgirl did not win any of the first three rounds, but stopped the clock in 14.06 seconds to win the championship round and the average.

The College National Finals Rodeo features the top student-athletes in rodeo from the 11 regions of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association competing for national championships.

News & Notes from the rodeo trail

WranglerNetwork.com will continue to livestream the Reno Rodeo at 7 p.m. each day from June 19-24.

On June 15, Reno Rodeo officials were made aware that VividSeats.com is selling Reno Rodeo tickets ranging from $45-$100. After an investigation by ticket office officials, it is confirmed that these are valid tickets that are being sold at a more than 100 percent markup. “The Reno Rodeo encourages anyone looking to come to the event to purchase tickets at MyNevadaTickets.com or at the ticket office on the grounds,” said Executive Committee Member and former Ticket Chairman Bill Johnson in The Record-Courier. “We encourage people against purchasing tickets through third parties and are saddened by third parties that take advantage of people in these situations. While we cannot control who sell tickets online, no selling of tickets above their list price is allowed on the rodeo grounds.” “The rodeo has been a proud Reno tradition for 98 years now,” said Reno Rodeo President Brad Sidener. “We want to ensure that it remains a family-friendly event, which includes keeping ticket prices low.”

Dr. Lawrence Schufeldt was bestowed the 2017 Trail Boss Award at the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte, Neb., during the final performance of the rodeo June 17. Schufeldt, a chiropractor, has volunteered his expertise at the rodeo since the early 1990s, helping cowboy and cowgirl contestants stay in good physical shape, so they can compete. Schufeldt grew up on the family ranch south of Whitman and competed in high school rodeo. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1985 and returned to North Platte two years later, where he and his wife, Jeannie, had three daughters: Danae, Krista and Erica. He was part of the Wrangler Sports Chiropractic Program, which later became ProSports Chiropractic. In his earlier days, he offered his services at ProRodeos across Nebraska and Kansas. As his girls got older, he limited himself to the Buffalo Bill Rodeo, so he could spend more time at their activities.

Parsons Stadium will look the same when the Rodeo of the Ozarks kicks off its 73rd annual event June 21 in Springdale, Ark. Rodeo officials have yet to find funding for a plan that would create a major overhaul to the stadium. “We’re still about where we were last year. We had some things fall through, a couple setbacks on funding,” Rick Culver, executive director of the rodeo and a member of the City Council, said in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette. “[But] we’re still pulling ahead with the fundraising. We’re still on track.” The Benevolent Foundation, which owns the rodeo and the rodeo grounds, hopes to raise more than $15 million for renovations grouped into four phases. Each phase has a specific dollar amount to complete, Culver said. “A wishful start date is as soon as possible, but we will not start until we have enough money to do the phases,” Culver said.

For the first time – June 17 to be exact – Rodeo de Santa Fe (N.M.) held a Kids Exceptional Rodeo, and it attracted 14 competitors from Los Lunas, Bosque Farms, Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Los Alamos. Mary Jo Pope, the Rodeo de Santa Fe treasurer, saw it as a good first step for an event organizers hope grows into a popular one. “We were really happy with the turnout,” Pope said in the Santa Fe New Mexican. “The participation we got, the volunteers who turned out, it was really good for us.” Rodeo de Santa Fe takes place June 21-24.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“What we do here is celebrate the heritage tradition of Alberta in the rodeo sense. It’s a cowboy’s rodeo and we’ve always kept it that way.”

– Ponoka Stampede president Blair Vold said to the ProRodeo Sports News about the upcoming Ponoka (Alberta) Stampede, June 27-July 3.

 

2017 WEATHER GUARD® PRCA World Standings Leaders

Unofficial through June 19, 2017

AA: Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas   $72,549

BB: Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa   $87,076

SW:  Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont.  $106,775

TR-1:   Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas  $61,824

TR-2:  Billie Jack Saebens, Nowata, Okla.  $58,190

SB:  Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas  $94,576

TD:  Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas  $68,090

BR:  Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho  $91,018

SR:  Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas  $50,337

2017 WEATHER GUARD® PRCA World Standings

Unofficial through June 19, 2017

All-around

1 Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas  $72,540

2 Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo. $65,403

3 Tuf Cooper, Weatherford, Texas  $64,211

4 Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas $52,614

5 Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif  $47,144

6 Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev  $43,867

7 Trell Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla  $41,747

8 Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas  $40,958

9 Marcus Theriot, Poplarville, Miss  $35,420

10 JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas  $32,546

11 Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss. $29,104

12 Seth Hall, Albuquerque, NM  $28,428

13 Kyle Whitaker, Chambers, Nev. $27,166

14 Jordan Ketscher, Squaw, Valleym Calif.  $26,924

15 Cole Elshere, Faith, S.D.  $20,773

16 Cody Doescher, Oklahoma City, OK  $20,592

17 Chant DeForest, Wheatland, Calif.  $19,456

18 Adam Rose, Willard, MO  $18,409

19  John Leinaweaver, Orrtanna, Pa $18,032

20  McCoy Profili, Okeechobee, Fla  $15,856

Bareback Riding

1  Tim O’Connell, Swingle, Iowa  $87,076

2  R. C. Landingham, Hat Creek, Calif $76,110

3   Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn.  $70,077

4  Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas  $61,469

5  Bill Tutor, Huntsville, Texas $57,846

6  Caleb Bennett, Tremonton, Utah  $47,343

7  Evan Jayne, Marseille, France $46,712

8  Chad Rutherford, Lake Charles, La. $43,655

9  Clayton Biglow, Clements, Calif.  $42,379

10  Justin Miller, Billings, Mont.  $42,186

11  Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D. $38,439

12  Wyatt Bloom, Bend, Ore.  $37,053

13  Mason Clements, Santaquin, Utah  $36,985

14  Tyler Nelson, Victor, Idaho  $36,850

15  Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas  $34,912

16  Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore. $33,884

17 Orin Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba  $33,303

18  J. R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo  $29,819

19  Winn Ratliff, Leesville, La. $28,819

20  Wyatt Denny, Minden, Nev.  $26,799

Steer Wrestling

1  Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont.  $106,775

2  Tyler Waguespack, Gonzales, La.  $71,494

3  Olin Hannum, Malad, Idaho  $53,344

4  Nick Guy, Sparta, Wis  $49,275

5  Baylor Roche, Tremonton, Utah  $46,786

6  Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo.  $40,568

7  Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev. $38,021

8  Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas  $37,335

9  Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif.  $35,039

10  Scott Guenthner, Provost, Alberta  $33,688

11 J. D. Struxness, Appleton, Minn.  $32,905

12 Chance Howard, Cedarville, Ark  $32,723

13  Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss.  $32,591

14  Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas $32,027

15  Justin Shaffer, Hallsville, Texas $28,036

16  Jon Ragatz, Beetown, Wis  $27,813

17  Sterling Lambert, Fallon, Nev $25,911

18  Dirk Tavenner, Rigby, Idaho  $25,543

19  Rowdy Parrott, Mamou, La  $23,978

20  Shane Frey, Duncan, OK  $21,482

Team Roping (header)

1  Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas  $61,824

2  Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla. $58,190

3  Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz.  $57,734

4  Dustin Egusquiza, Mariana, Fla.  $53,672

5  Kaleb Driggers, Albany, Ga  $51,844

6  Cody Snow, Los Olivos, Calif.  $47,702

7  Garrett Rogers, Baker City, Ore.  $41,254

8  Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.  $28,167

9  Bubba Buckaloo, Kingston, Okla  $27,647

10 Hayes Smith, Central Point, Ore  $26,534

11 Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M. $25,567

12 Levi Simpson, Ponoka, Alberta  $24,367
13 Jesse Stipes, Salina, Okla  $23,889

14 Ryan Reed, Farmington, Calif $23,803

15 Tom Richards, Humboldt, Ariz.  $23,211

16 Kelsey Parchman, Cumberland City, Tenn $21,981
17 Travis Tryan, Billings, Mont.  $21,335

18 Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont. $21,302

19 Riley Minor, Ellensburg, Wash  $21,137

20 Blake Teixeira,Tres Pinos, Calif.  $20,964

Team Roping (heeler)

1  Billie Jack Saebens, Nowata, Okla.  $58,190
2  Cory Petska, Marana, Ariz.  $57,734
3  Jake Long, Coffeyville, Kan.  $53,295

4  Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudent, Brazil  $51,844
5  Kory Koontz, Stephenville, Texas  $49,846

6  Wesley Thorp, Throckmorton, Texas  $48,484
7  Russell Cardoza, Terrebonne, Ore  $46,063

8  Jake inor, Ellensburg, Wash.  $41,254

9 Paul Eaves, Lonedell, MO  $33,156

10 Buddy Hawkins II, Columbus, Kan. $31,678
11 Chase Tryan, Helena, Mont.  $26,431

12 John Robertson, Polson, Mont.  $25,183
13 Jeremy Buhler, Arrowwood, Alberta $24,367
14 Cody Pearson, Tucson, Ariz.  $22,599

15 Travis Graves, Jay, Okla.  $21,577

16 Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev.  $21,302

17 Bradley Minor, Ellensburg, Wash.  $21,137

18 Ty Romo, Whiteriver, Ariz.  $19,777

19 Joseph Harrison, Overbrook, Okla.  $19,612

20 Cody Hogan, Athens, Texas $19,507

Saddle Bronc Riding

1  Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas  $94,576
2  CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah  $63,863

3  Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta  $63,703

4  Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla.  $54,872

5  Tyrell J. Smith, Sand Coulee, Mont.  $48,367

6  Andy Reed, Spearman, Texas  $44,942

7 Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah  $44,873
8  Clay Elliott, Nanton, Alberta  $42,261
9  Chuck Schmidt, Keldron, S.D.  $35,663

10 Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M.  $35,592
11 Ryder Wright, Milford, Utah  $34,941
12 Jake Wright, Milford, Utah $32,425

13 Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas $30,507
14 Cody Wright, Milford, Utah  $29,430

15 Allen Boore, Axtell, Utah  $27,620

16 Cody DeMoss, Heflin, La  $26,206

17 Tyler Corrington, Hastings, Minn.  $25,613

18 Jake Watson, Hudsons Hope, British Columbia   $25,269
19 Curtis Garton, Kaitaia, New Zealand  $24,562

20 Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas  $24,196

Tie-down Roping

1  Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas  $68,090
2  Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas  $65,261
3  Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas  $63,991
4  Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La.  $63,558

5 J.C. Malone, Plain City, Utah  $56,399

6 Randall Carlisle, Athens, La.  $48,454
7 Hunter Herrin, Apache, Okla  $48,006
8 Tuf Cooper, Weatherford, Texas  $46,305

9  Tyson Durfey, Weatherford, Texas  $42,655
10 Bryson Sechrist, Apache, Okla.  $41,385

11 Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho  $40,874
12 Cody Quaney, Cheney, Kan  $38,540
13 Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas  34,864
14 Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas  $32,545
15 Tim Pharr, Resaca, Ga  $31,444
16 Blane Cox, Cameron, Texas  $31,047
17 Cory Solomon, Prairie View, Texas  $29,910
18 Ace Stone, Cuero, Texas  $29,515
19 Trell Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla.  $25,953
20 Cimarron Boardman, Stephenville, Texas  $25,745

Steer Roping

1 Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas  $50,337

2  Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas  $41,131
3  Jason Evans, Glen Rose, Texas $39,401
4  John Bland, turkey, Texas  $37,676

5  JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas  $34,511
6  Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla.  $33,724
7  J. Tom Fisher, Andews, Texas  $31,540
8  Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas  $30,063

9  Chris Glover, Keenesburg, Colo  $29,347
10 Tuf Cooper, Weatherford, Texas $26,556

11 Troy Tillard, Douglas, Wyo  $25,313
12 Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas $23,655

13 Rocky Patterson, Pratt, Kan.  $21,393
14 Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas $19,253
15 Shay Good, Midland, Texas  $18,307

16 Garrett Hale, Snyder, Texas  $16,638

17 Brian Garr, Belle Fourche, S.D.  $16,607
18 Bryce Davis, Ovalo, Texas  $15,143
19 J.P. Wickett, Sallisaw, Okla.  $15,113
20  Reo Lohse, Kaycee,Wyo.  $14,843

Bull Riding

1 Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho  $91,018

2  Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho  $77,412
3  Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla.  $75,413
4  Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo.  $70,948

5  Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah  $65,578
6  Jordan Spears, Redding, Calif.  $59,061
7  Tim Bingham, Honeyville, Utah  $55,362
8  Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas $50,055
9  Tanner Learmont, Cleburne, Texas  $49,613

10 Brennon Eldred, Sulphur, Okla  $48,142
11 Trevor Reiste, Linden, Ioa $46,044
12 Cole Melancon, Liberty, Texas  $44,786

13 Dustin Bowen, Waller, Texas  $41,305
14 Guthrie urray, Miami, Okla  $39,804
15 Josh Frost, Randlett, Utah  $38,385
16 Dalan Duncan, Ballard, Utah  $36,386
17 Jeff Askey, Athens, Texas  $36,086
18 Brady Portenier, Caldwell, Idaho  $34,184
19 Boudreaux Campbell, Crockett, texas  $33,150
20 Elliiot Jacoby, Fredericksburg, Texas  $32,933

*2017 Barrel Racing (June 19, 2017)

Barrel racing 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 Tiany Schuster, Krum, Texas  $148,432
standings.

2  Kathy Grimes, Medical Lake, Wash.  85,069
3  Kassie Mowry, Dublin, Texas  $80,017
4  Amberleigh Moore, Salem, Ore  $75,909
5  Stevi Hillman, Weatherford, Texas  71,307
6  Nellie Miller, Cottonwood, Calif.  $47,825
7 Tilar Murray, Fort Worth, Texas $46,271

8  Kellie Collier, Hereford, Texas  $45,090
9  Ari-Anna Flynn, Charleston, Ark  $44,992
10 Taylor Langdon, Aubrey, Texas  $43,075
11 Ivy Conrado, Hudson, Colo.  $41,682

12 Carmel Wright, Roy, Mont.  $34,059
13 Emily Miller, Weatherford, Texas  $32,168
14 Tammy Fischer, Ledbetter, Texas  $31,959
15 Sydni Blanchard, Albuquerque, N.M.  $30,455
16 Carley Richardson, Pampa, Texas  $29,943
17 Cayla Small, Bokchito, Okla.  $29,872
18 Tracy Nowlin, Nowata, Okla.  $28,801
19 Kimmie Wall, Roosevelt, Texas  $27,702
20 Jordan Moore, Mauston, Wis  $27,104

2017 PRCA Xtreme Bulls Standings

     Unofficial through June 19, 2017

1 Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla  $32,213
2 Brennon Eldred, Sulphur, Okla  $31,053
3 Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo  $29,471

4  Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho  $26,235
5  Brady Portenier, Caldwell, Idaho  $21,086
6  Trevor Reiste, Linden, Iowa  $16,204
7  Bayle Worden, Charleston, Texas  $15,995
8  Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho  $15,901
9  Tim Bingham, Honeyville, Utah  $15,204

10 Tristan Mize, Bryan, Texas  $14,880
11 Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas  $13,796
12 Justin Hendrix, Belton, Texas,  $13,433

13 Elliot Jacoby, Fredericksburg, Texas  $10,909
14 Trevor Kastner, Sulphur, Okla.  $10,849
15 Cody Teel, Kountze, Texas  $10,651
16 Cole Melancon, Liberty, Texas  $10,502

17 Markus Mariluch, Daingerfield, Texas  $10,423
18 Tanner Learmont, Cleburne, Texas  $10,077
19 Jeff Askey, Athens, Texas  $9,941
20 Jeffrey Ramagos, Zachary, La  $9,848

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