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Courtesy of PRCA
Feb. 27, 2018

Bennett rebounds to win San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Bareback rider Caleb Bennett didn’t earn a score in the second round of his bracket at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.
The lack of a score had Bennett thinking his trip to San Antonio probably wouldn’t amount to much. But a pep talk from his traveling partner turned things around in a big way.
Bennett won the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, taking home his first championship buckle from the prestigious rodeo, along with $22,169.
“This is one of those rodeos where you can get bucked off one or have one not go your way and still advance and still continue to make money and make it back,” said the Ogden, Utah, cowboy. “I had that happen my second round here. I was kind of down on myself and my traveling partner Clint Laye pulled me aside and said, ‘You’ve got the best horse tonight. Don’t worry about it, brush it off.’ Sure, as heck, I jumped out and won the round that night and advanced.
“You’ve got to take one at a time, and if you do bobble or something doesn’t go your way you can’t let it get to you. That was a huge learning curve and an accomplishment just this year all in itself.”
Bennett proved his traveling partner prescient, winning the third round. Then he took second in the semifinal qualifiers.
In the finals, Bennett had an 88.5-point ride on Calgary Stampede’s Tootsie Roll, the second-highest score of the round, which helped him finish with the most money among bareback riders at the 17-day rodeo.
Bennett was familiar with Tootsie Roll.
“I’d been on her before,” he said. “I was 83 on her in Puyallup (Wash.) and thought she was going to be 88 (then). Today, she just had a phenomenal day and I was 88.5. Now, I get to check this rodeo off my bucket list. I’ve been waiting a long time to take this buckle home.”
Standing in a tunnel below the arena following the win, Bennett was still in shock with his new buckle.
“When I was standing out there in the arena and they told me I had won, I don’t think it’s sunk in yet,” said Bennett, 29. “This is a big rodeo that everybody wants to win. It’s a prestige deal that pays a lot of money. I’m still speechless of the whole deal.”
Bennett entered the weekend in fifth place in the 2018 PRCA World Standings. He’s aiming for his seventh-consecutive trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, where he placed fourth last year, helping him finish sixth in the 2017 World Standings.
“This paid just over $20,000, that’s a quarter of the way there to the Finals already and we’re only in the month of February,” Bennett said. “This is definitely a huge step in the right direction of making my way back to the NFR.”
Other winners at the $1.7 million rodeo (including prizes) were steer wrestler Dakota Eldridge ($23,081), team ropers Coleman Proctor and Billie Jack Saebens ($23,015 each), saddle bronc rider Jacobs Crawley ($25,765), tie-down roper Ryle Smith ($18,928), barrel racer Hailey Kinsel ($25,142) and bull rider Garrett Tribble ($34,574, including ground money).

2. Josh Frost nets $31,500 with X Bulls win

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Josh Frost has April 13 circled on his calendar. That’s the day he finishes student-teaching at South Summit High School and finishes his requirement to receive his degree in Agriculture Education from Oklahoma Panhandle State University.
At that point he’ll be able to rodeo full time.
After his impressive feat Feb. 24, the Utah cowboy will have a great chance to qualify for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Frost scored 89 points on 4L & Diamond S bull Monte Walsh in the short round to win the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Xtreme Bulls. Frost won $30,000 for the finals title and added another $1,500 for his ride in the first round.
“You dream about winning this rodeo,” Frost said after his first Xtreme Bulls title. “I’ve been working really hard. I was ready to win. It’s kind of a surreal moment standing out there getting the buckle. This is one of the toughest bull ridings in the world. A lot of the top guys are here, and the best bulls are. The guys put on a heck of a bull ride. I’m honored to win this.”
Frost, 22, wasn’t in the Top 50 of the PRCA World Standings before the event. In fact, Frost’s biggest win of the 2018 season before Saturday wasn’t even in bull riding. He won $2,430 in tie-down roping in Heber City, Utah, in November.
 “This will put me in the best winter I’ve had in my life and it’s still the month of February,” Frost said.
Frost knew next to nothing about his bull. And apparently neither did a lot of other people.
“I was putting my rope on the wrong bull at first,” Frost said. “Joe, my brother, didn’t know what he looked like either. But I was sure glad of what he ended up being.”
Frost has been to only a handful of rodeos in 2018 because of his student-teaching. He’s looking forward to finishing in order to get on the rodeo road full time.
“April 13, I’m done,” Frost said. “I’ll have my degree and I’m going rodeoing.”
Other big money winners at the Xtreme Bulls event were Trey Benton III, who took home $21,500, and four-time PRCA World Champion Sage Kimzey, who collected $16,000 to add to his lead in the 2018 World Standings.

3. Snedecor makes history with back-to-back SAR titles

SAN ANTONIO – Two years ago, steer roper Scott Snedecor, despite a prestigious career that included two steer roping world titles, had never won the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo average buckle.
After Sunday’s performance, Snedecor became the first steer roper to win back-to-back average buckles in the history of the famed rodeo.
Snedecor, while riding Possum, won the 2018 San Antonio average in 32.6 seconds on three head, besting his closest competitor by more than two seconds.
“Any time you win one of these big deals it’s exciting, it doesn’t matter if it’s back to back,” said Snedecor, who turned 43 Feb. 2. “It’s a tough chore to win one of these big ones with the pressure-packed runs. It fell in the right direction for me though.”
Despite not placing in the first round, Snedecor still cashed in for a giant payday, earning $28,394. He tied for second in the second round, which helped put him in first place in the average heading to the finals. He was the last roper out and needed a run of 12.9 seconds to beat then-leader Tuf Cooper to claim the title. Snedecor finished in 10.4, tying for the third-round win with Chris Glover while simultaneously grabbing his second-consecutive San Antonio title.
“I didn’t know exactly how much time (I had to finish in),” Snedecor said. “But I knew I had some time to work with. I knew I had a pretty good steer, so I knew I just needed to go out there and make a solid run.”
Snedecor is from Fredericksburg, Texas, about 70 miles from San Antonio, giving him extra motivation.
“Last year was a big thrill for me to get it off my back,” he said. “This year was just a bonus. Such a great committee, great event, hats off to everybody involved in this deal. I’ve got a lot of people here. It’s kind of my hometown rodeo.”
Snedecor’s win in San Antonio played a key role in him adding his third steer roping gold buckle at the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping last year. He’s hoping Sunday’s win will do likewise.
“It jumpstarts your whole year,” Snedecor said. “I’m just coming off winning the world, so it keeps snowballing, it keeps you on a high.”
Possum was the same horse Snedecor won on last year and the same one he was on at the NFSR. Snedecor was borrowing him from Stephen Stransky.
“I trained him (Possum) a few years back,” Snedecor said. “We’ve grown up together, Stephen and I, and he’s an outstanding friend to let me take that horse when he’s not using him.”
Cooper’s second-place finish in the average, anchored by a third-place finish in the third round and a split for fourth in the first round, earned him a total of $22,677 – the second-most among steer ropers in San Antonio. Four-time Steer Roping World Champion Rocky Patterson left San Antonio with a total of $20,389 thanks to winning the second round and finishing fifth in the average.
Glover earned a total of $16,197, while Garrett Hale left town with $12,387 and Troy Tillard also cracked five figures with $10,671.

4. Blake Knowles reclaims winning ways in Tucson

TUCSON, Ariz. – The Tucson (Ariz.) Rodeo, affectionately known as La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, translates to The Cowboy Party. After his performance on Feb. 25, steer wrestler Blake Knowles has plenty of reasons to celebrate.
The 35-year-old Knowles, a three-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, entered the Feb. 25 final performance placed second in the average with a two-head time of 10.6 seconds. Despite the logjam atop the steer wrestling leaderboard, Knowles saved his best for last, closing out his weekend with the rodeo’s best bulldogging run of 4.3 seconds. Needless to say, the Columbia River Circuit cowboy was pleased to add an important win early in the season.
“It feels good,” Knowles said. “Obviously, anytime you can come away with a win at one of these winter rodeos, you’re always happy. It always feels good to succeed.”
During the concluding performance, Knowles saw fellow bulldogger Josh Clark reclaim the average lead immediately before he was set to ride into the box. Knowles said despite the inherent pressure the rodeo presented, Knowles’ focus was on himself.
“I tried to watch the first couple guys go to get a feel for the start,” Knowles said. “I was trying to get a feel for my strategy. I knew Josh had made a good run, but to be honest, I knew I had a good steer that I was supposed to win the rodeo on. At that point, I wasn’t really paying attention to the times because I dang sure had drawn a great one.”
Behind the scenes, Knowles was scrambling to come up with a solution to a rather common conundrum. Knowles’ go-to roan horse recently developed mild lameness issues, and he ultimately decided that hauling the horse wouldn’t benefit either party. However, the family aspect of rodeo always seems to find a way to lend a hand.
“My good friend Billy Bugenig had a horse there that he purchased last fall,” Knowles said. “I was able to call Bill and he said, ‘Yeah, sure, you can ride him.’ That was the first time I’d ever rode that horse and I was really pleased with him. It’s always nice to have good horses of your own, but it’s pretty valuable to have friends with good ones, too.
“(Tomcat) had great feet in the field, and he just felt good to me,” Knowles said.
Knowles’ previous two seasons hadn’t gone his way following his third WNFR qualification in 2015. Still, having added a check worth $4,786 to his early season money line, Knowles is satisfied with his winning pace.
“I just feel like having some luck here catches me up a little bit,” he said. “It takes a little pressure off the spring. To capitalize here in Tucson makes me feel a lot better about my month of February.”
Other winners at the $311,161 rodeo were all-around cowboy Sean Santucci ($6,838 in steer wrestling and team roping), bareback rider Devan Reilly (171.5 points on two head), team ropers Zane Barnson/Cole Wilson (21.4 seconds on three head), saddle bronc rider Jade Blackwell (166.5 points on two head), tie-down roper Jake Pratt (32.7 seconds on three head), barrel racer Christine Laughlin (34.89 seconds on two runs) and bull rider Dave Mason (147.5 points on two head).

5. News & Notes from the rodeo trail

ProRodeoLive.com will broadcast the Division 1 Xtreme Bulls from Fort Mohave, Ariz., at 7 p.m. (MT), March 2, and 7:30 p.m., March 3 … The Buccaneer Commission recently announced its Rodeo Corpus Christi (Texas) Concert Series lineup. Two hours of ProRodeo will be followed by lowering a stage from the American Bank Center Arena rafters onto the dirt to allow for an hour-long concert. The four Rodeo Corpus Christi Performances will feature the Josh Abbott Band, April 26; Turnpike Troubadours, April 27; Robert Earl Keen, April 28; and Intocable, April 29. Season tickets may be purchased at www.BucDays.com or at the American Bank Center box office. Individual tickets will go on sale March 1 at 10 a.m. (CT). Ticket pricing ranges from $15-50 and includes the rodeo and concert … A steer named Checkers was crowned the big winner Feb. 24 at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, fetching a kingly sum of $110,000 for young Dawson Campbell. The boy and his beast triumphed at the junior market steer auction that also earned Campbell, 14, a $10,000 scholarship that will help him pursue his plans to study agriculture at Texas A&M University … The 64th Buffalo (Minn.) PRCA Championship Rodeo is June 22-23.  Two performances of rodeo sanctioned by the PRCA will include “The Art of Trick Roping, Gun Spinning, and Whip Cracking” by cowboy Rider Kiesner, a Wrangler National Finals Rodeo performer. “We are excited to bring Rider to town,” said Stuart Marquette, rodeo chairman, in a press release. “Our rodeo committee is comprised of volunteers that work countless hours throughout the year to make the show bigger and better every year. As a non-profit, we pride ourselves in putting on a PRCA rodeo bringing family-friendly entertainment at an affordable price. Throughout the years the Buffalo Rodeo has grown with the community, and we continue to be an annual tradition,” Tickets can be purchased at www.buffalorodeo.com starting at $10 for adults and $5 for children (ages 4-11) through May 1.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
 “This win means a lot. San Antonio is an amazing rodeo. If you get hot here, you can win a lot of money. This is going to be one of my best rodeo memories.”
– Saddle bronc rider Jacobs Crawley in a press release Feb. 24 after winning the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo..

6. Next Up

March 1           Grand Island (Neb.) Roundup begins
March 1           Matagorda County Fair & Rodeo, Bay City, Texas, begins
March 2           PRCA Championship Rodeo Council Bluffs, Iowa, begins
March 2           Division 1 Xtreme Bulls, Fort Mohave, Ariz., begins
March 2           Big Cypress Shoot Out & Rodeo, Immokalee, Fla., begins
March 3           Division 2 Xtreme Bulls, Grand Island, Neb.
March 4           Rodeo de 21 Anniversario, Chihuahua, Mexico

7. 2018 PRCA World Standings Leaders

Unofficial through Feb. 26, 2018
AA:
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
$65,667
BB:
Caleb Bennett, Tremonton, Utah
$41,487
SW:
Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev.
$32,291
TR-1:
Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.
$37,880
TR-2:
Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo.
$37,880
SB:
Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas
$63,794
TD:
Blane Cox, Cameron, Texas
$42,674
BR:
Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla.
$68,810
SR:
Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas
$34,024

8. 2018 PRCA World Standings

Unofficial through Feb. 26, 2018

All-around
1
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
$65,667
2
Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif.
  40,799
3
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
  40,092
4
Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas
  27,283
5
Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah
  23,560
6
Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss.
  20,803
7
Paul David Tierney, Oklahoma City, Okla.
  16,262
8
Wesley Brunson, Terry, Miss.
  14,645
9
Shane Proctor, Grand Coulee, Wash.
  14,468
10
Marcus Theriot, Poplarville, Miss.
  14,328
11
Eli Lord, Sturgis, S.D.
  10,049
12
Chant DeForest, Wheatland, Calif.
    9,340
Bareback Riding
1
Caleb Bennett, Tremonton, Utah
$41,487
2
Mason Clements, Springville, Utah
  33,845
3
Bill Tutor, Huntsville, Texas
  32,570
4
Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas
  32,333
5
Shane O’Connell, Rapid City, S.D.
  29,122
6
J.R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo.
  26,852
7
Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D.
  24,417
8
Luke Creasy, Hobbs, N.M.
  24,144
9
Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa
  22,001
10
Clint Laye, Pocatello, Idaho
  21,307
11
Evan Jayne, Marseille, France
  19,637
12
Steven Dent, Mullen, Neb.
  18,803
13
Clayton Biglow, Clements, Calif.
  18,659
14
Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore.
  18,134
15
Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas
  16,989
16
Blade Elliott, Centreville, Ala.
  16,936
17
Will Lowe, Canyon, Texas
  16,565
18
Orin Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba
  16,463
19
Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn.
  16,140
20
Jessy Davis, Power, Mont.
  14,295
Steer Wrestling
1
Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev.
$32,291
2
Jacob Talley, Keatchie, La.
  31,656
3
Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta
  28,697
4
Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss.
  28,629
5
Tyler Waguespack, Gonzales, La.
  28,580
6
Cole Edge, Durant, Okla.
  27,021
7
Riley Duvall, Checotah, Okla.
  24,249
8
Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas
  21,879
9
Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas
  19,669
10
Cameron Morman, Glen Ullin, N.D.
  18,694
11
Jacob Shofner, Huntsville, Texas
  18,636
12
Scott Guenthner, Provost, Alberta
  18,625
13
Kyle Irwin, Robertsdale, Ala.
  18,540
14
Tanner Brunner, Ramona, Kan.
  17,402
15
Chason Floyd, Buffalo, S.D.
  16,888
16
Cody Cabral, Hilo, Hawaii
  13,873
17
Taz Olson, Prairie City, S.D.
  13,698
18
Rowdy Parrott, Mamou, La.
  13,401
19
Dirk Tavenner, Rigby, Idaho
  12,992
20
Justin Shaffer, Hallsville, Texas
  12,661
Team Roping (header)
1
Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.
$37,880
2
Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C.
  31,177
3
Cody Snow, Los Olivos. Calif.
  29,823
4
Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla.
  29,101
5
Bubba Buckaloo, Kingston, Okla.
  28,121
6
Nelson Wyatt, Clanton, Ala.
  20,308
7
Cory Kidd V, Statesville, N.C.
  19,250
8
Dustin Egusquiza, Mariana, Fla.
  18,730
9
Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M.
  17,670
10
Steven Duby, Melba, Idaho
  16,917
11
Lane Ivy, Adrian, Texas
  15,809
12
Logan Olson, Flandreau, S.D.
  15,232
13
John Alley, Adams, Tenn.
  14,940
14
Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss.
  14,493
15
Jake Orman, Prairie, Miss.
  14,336
16
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
  13,943
17
Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif.
  13,372
18
Travis Dorman, Dade City, Fla.
  13,043
19
Matt Sherwood, Pima, Ariz.
  12,828
20
Andrew Ward, Edmond, Okla.
  12,808
Team Roping (heeler)
1
Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo.
$37,880
2
Joseph Harrison, Overbrook, Okla.
  31,633
3
Jake Long, Coffeyville, Kan.
  31,177
4
Billie Jack Saebens, Nowata, Okla.
  29,101
5
Wesley Thorp, Throckmorton, Texas
  26,133
6
Trace Porter, Leesville, La.
  25,865
7
Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M.
  24,955
8
Kory Koontz, Stephenville, Texas
  18,730
9
Jason Duby, Klamath Falls, Ore.
  18,345
10
Buddy Hawkins II, Columbus, Kan.
  17,836
11
Matt Kasner, Cody, Neb.
  16,162
12
Clark Adcock, Smithville, Tenn.
  14,940
13
Patrick Smith, Lipan, Texas
  13,943
14
Bradley Massey, Perry, Fla.
  13,043
15
Reagan Ward, Edmond, Okla.
  12,808
16
Evan Arnold, Santa Margarita, Calif.
  12,635
17
Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif.
  12,598
18
Will Woodfin, Marshall, Texas
  12,544
19
Cody Hogan, Benton, La.
  12,296
20
Trey Yates, Pueblo, Colo.
  12,198
Saddle Bronc Riding
1
Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas
$63,794
2
Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas
  34,648
3
Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo.
  33,490
4
CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah
  33,140
5
Wade Sundell, Boxholm, Iowa
  32,698
6
Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas
  27,515
7
Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta
  27,039
8
Rusty Wright, Milford, Utah
  25,840
9
Cort Scheer, Elsmere, Neb.
  18,260
10
Colt Gordon, Comanche, Okla.
  17,722
11
Joey Sonnier, New Iberia, La.
  16,430
12
Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M.
  16,314
13
J.J. Elshere, Hereford, S.D.
  15,946
14
Bradley Harter, Loranger, La.
  15,746
15
Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla.
  15,219
16
Shade Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla.
  15,178
17
Heith DeMoss, Heflin, La.
  14,306
18
Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah
  14,282
19
Ryder Wright, Milford, Utah
  13,551
20
Jade Blackwell, Rapid City, S.D.
  13,550
Tie-down Roping
1
Blane Cox, Cameron, Texas
$42,674
2
Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas
  38,091
3
Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La.
  35,886
4
Jake Pratt, Ellensburg, Wash.
  35,367
5
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
  34,964
6
Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas
  32,058
7
Cory Solomon, Prairie View, Texas
  31,627
8
Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif.
  28,920
9
Scott Kormos, Teague, Texas
  24,867
10
Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho
  21,296
11
Cody Quaney, Cheney, Kan.
  18,795
12
Ryan Jarrett, Comanche, Okla.
  18,055
13
Sterling Smith, Stephenville, Texas
  17,484
14
Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas
  16,758
15
Jordan Ketscher, Squaw Valley, Calif.
  16,311
16
Jesse Clark, Portales, N.M.
  16,237
17
Riley Pruitt, Gering, Neb.
  15,853
18
Tyson Durfey, Weatherford, Texas
  13,419
19
Braxton Laughlin, Sulphur, La.
  13,213
20
J.C. Malone, Plain City, Utah
  12,661
Steer Roping
1
Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas
$34,024
2
Rocky Patterson, Pratt, Kan.
  24,619
3
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
  24,224
4
Chris Glover, Keenesburg, Colo.
  22,075
5
Garrett Hale, Snyder, Texas
  16,619
6
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
  15,268
7
Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas
  14,665
8
Troy Tillard, Douglas, Wyo.
  12,178
9
Brodie Poppino, Big Cabin, Okla.
  11,265
10
Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas
  10,844
11
Shay Good, Midland, Texas
  10,716
12
Will Gasperson, Decatur, Texas
  10,334
13
Ralph Williams, Skiatook, Okla.
  9,651
14
Bryce Davis, Ovalo, Texas
  9,395
15
Chad Mathis, Morristown, Ariz.
  9,061
16
Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas
  8,517
17
Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas
  7,756
18
Brian Garr, Belle Fourche, S.D.
  7,308
19
Mike Chase, McAlester, Okla.
  5,610
20
Corey Ross, Liberty Hill, Texas
  5,522
Bull Riding
1
Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla.
$68,810
2
Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.
  56,814
3
Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas
  47,559
4
Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont.
  42,795
5
Dustin Boquet, Bourg, La.
  41,765
6
Garrett Tribble, Bristow, Okla.
  41,422
7
Clayton Sellars, Fruitland Park, Fla.
  37,741
8
Josh Frost, Randlett, Utah
  33,597
9
Tristan Mize, Bryan, Texas
  32,517
10
Elliot Jacoby, Fredericksburg, Texas
  23,533
11
Chase Dougherty, Canby, Ore.
  22,184
12
Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho
  20,688
13
Lane Nobles, Gatesville, Texas
  20,069
14
Lon Danley, Tularosa, N.M.
  18,825
15
Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah
  18,521
16
Michael Riggs Jr., Claxton, Ga.
  18,478
17
Ruger Piva, Challis, Idaho
  18,281
18
Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah
  17,719
19
Koby Radley, Montpelier, La.
  17,073
20
Jeff Askey, Athens, Texas
  16,007
*2018 Barrel Racing (Feb. 26, 2018)
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
Amberleigh Moore, Salem, Ore.
$58,823
2
Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas
  58,332
3
Taci Bettis, Round Top, Texas
  37,817
4
Kylie Weast, Comanche, Okla.
  33,354
5
Kellie Collier, Hereford, Texas
  29,339
6
Christine Laughlin, Pueblo, Colo.
  28,987
7
Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D.
  27,430
8
Kelly Bruner, Millsap, Texas
  26,649
9
Carley Richardson, Pampa, Texas
  24,172
10
Tiana Schuster, Krum, Texas
  23,539
11
Jessica Telford, Caldwell, Idaho
  17,443
12
Lori Todd, Willcox, Ariz.
  16,593
13
Ericka Nelson, Century, Fla.
  16,503
14
Carman Pozzobon, Aldergrove, British Columbia
  14,642
15
Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Victoria, Texas
  13,449
16
Teri Bangart, Olympia, Wash.
  13,393
17
Tillar Murray, Fort Worth, Texas
  12,987
18
Lacinda Rose, Willard, Mo.
  12,773
19
Jennifer Barrett, Buhl, Idaho
  12,116
20
Nikki Hansen, Dickinson, N.D.
  11,990
9. 2018 Xtreme Bulls standings
Unofficial through Feb. 26, 2018
1
Josh Frost, Randlett, Utah
$32,388
2
Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas
  24,462
3
Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.
  20,857
4
Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla.
  16,611
5
Lane Nobles, Gatesville, Texas
  16,129
6
Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont.
  13,089
7
Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah
  12,541
8
Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho
  9,926
9
Clayton Sellars, Fruitland Park, Fla.
  9,016
10
Lon Danley, Tularosa, N.M.
  9,000
11
Nate Perry, Elk City, Okla.
  7,730
12
Fulton Rutland, Stilwell, Okla.
  7,415
13
Jordan Hansen, Ponoka, Alberta
  7,348
14
Riker Carter, Stone, Idaho
  7,010
15
Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho
  6,869
16
Dustin Bowen, Fredericksburg, Pa.
  6,159
17
Preston Preece, Troy, Texas
  6,119
18
Rylan Wright, Midway, Utah
  5,722
19
Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah
  5,657
20
Boudreaux Campbell, Crockett, Texas
  5,572
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