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Courtesy PRCA
Dec. 14, 2018

Waguespack takes over steer wrestling lead 
LAS VEGAS – Tyler Waguespack knows what it takes to win the steer wrestling world title. He proved that in 2016. He’s showing it again at the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.Waguespack stopped the clock in 3.7
seconds to earn his second round victory of the Finals in front of 16,929
fans during Round 8 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas,
Thursday, Dec. 13. The win also moved Waguespack into first place in the 2018 PRCA | RAM World Standings.

“We’re going to keep taking it one steer at a time and do the best we can
on whatever we draw,” said Waguespack, of Gonzales, La. Waguespack is riding Scooter, the 2017 and 2018 PRCA | AQHA Horse of the Year for
steer wrestling. The horse, owned by Tyler Pearson and Kyle Irwin, is a
key reason for Waguespack’s success, he said.
“Every time you back in the box, you always feel like you have a good
chance because you know you’re riding the best one there is,” Wagues-pack said.
Waguespack is up to $192,744, with $113,160 of that coming from the
Wrangler NFR. In  addition to being first in the world standings, he’s
second in the aggregate in 34.3 seconds on eight head. Curtis
Cassidy is second in the world standings with $188,356. Will Lummus is
third in the world standings with $178,682. He’s first in the average with
33.0 seconds on eight head.

But Waguespack isn’t counting on anything yet.

“I try not to get nervous, but in the back of your mind it’s always going to be there,” he said. “It absolutely helps that I have been through this
before and won (the world championship). It takes some of the pressure off, but still, it is the world title, so you’re going to have pressure on you
the whole time.”

When Waguespack saw which steer he had drawn, he knew he could be
in the money.

“Tyler Pearson had that steer in the second round and won the
round (with a 3.8-second time),” Waguespack said. “I was very pleased
with the draw. That steer I didn’t think was going to leave as sharp as the rest of them in the herd, and it is impressive on Scooter’s part because we have been taking really, really sharp starts all week long. He (Scooter) let me back off it just enough to get a decent start on that steer and make a   great run on him.” 

Shane O’Connell wins first Wrangler NFR go-round
Shane O’Connell knew not to get discouraged through the first seven
rounds of his debut trip to the Wrangler NFR.He knew he was doing what he needed to do. Eventually it would pay off. That pay off came Thursday night, as O’Connell rode Powder River Rodeo’s Black Leg for 89 points
and the Round 8 victory.“I’ve been wanting that real bad,” said O’Connell, 23. “I’ve been making great rides all week, and to finally get into some
good money it goes to show that if you keep persevering and keep doing  things the same it’s going to pay off in the end. You just got to keep riding and keep doing your best.”O’Connell placed in the money twice and
finished seventh – one spot out of the money – three times. He had faith
his skills would eventually lead him to the South Point for the buckle

“I’d get a little frustrated, but then I just had to tell myself that I’m here
for a reason and that I belong here, and that if I keep riding the way I am, they’re going to pay me,” said the South Dakota cowboy.
“I’ve ridden pretty good the whole time. I finished seventh three times,
one place out of the money. Those were all great rides. I mean, 84.5, 85.5, 86.5 didn’t even get me money at some perfs this weekend. That shows
the caliber of guys who are in there.”

The win has O’Connell in 11th place in the world standings with $133,951. Caleb Bennett continues to lead the bareback riding world standings with $240,390. Tim O’Connell, the two-time, defending champion – and no
relation to Shane – is second, $13,243 behind. 

New partners Buckaloo/Tryan stop clock in 3.6 seconds
Back in September, team roping header Bubba Buckaloo and team roping heeler Chase Tryan met up at the Justin Finale at the PRCA | Wrangler
ProRodeo Tour in Puyallup, Wash.With Buckaloo and Tryan in good
position at the time to qualify for the Wrangler NFR but their respective partners not,  both ropers talked about what might happen if they quali-
fied but their partners didn’t.They decided they’d rope together. On
Thursday, that newly formed partnership looked like old teammates, as Buckaloo and Tryan clocked a 3.6-second run to win Round 8 with the
fastest time of the 2018 Finals. The win was the first of their career at the Finals for both ropers.
“It means everything,” said Tryan, who is fourth in the heeling world
standings with $154,367. “We’ve been working at this forever. It’s feels so good.”

Tryan roped with header Brenton Hall this season, while Buckaloo headed for Tyler Worley.Buckaloo is enjoying his first trip to Vegas for the Finals, especially after Thursday night.
“It started out really good, and then I went on a cold streak for the third,
fourth and fifth rounds,” said Buckaloo, who is third in the team roping
heading standings with $174,951.
“Then we got money in Round 6 and I got my confidence back. I just felt
like tonight we had the best steer and we made a good run.”
The duo have jelled pretty quickly, considering Round 8 was their eighth performance together.
“We’d practiced together and both of us have the same type of goals, the
same game plan every night,” Tryan said.
Their confidence is up, and part of that came from some advice via Buck-aloo’s dad.

“After I missed the first one, it got to me a little more, and then I missed
the third one,” Buckaloo said. “I called my dad and he said, ‘You know
what, you shouldn’t worry about it. You’re there for a reason. You’re one of the best.’ That was the biggest motivation for me.’”

Team roping header Clay Smith and partner heeler Paul Eaves continue
to lead the world standings for their respective events. They split second on the evening, which helped them extend their lead. Each of them has
$212,921 on the year. 

Ryan Jarrett heating up in tie-down roping
A slow start for tie-down roper Ryan Jarrett has turned into a hot roll.
Jarrett notched the Round 8 win in 7.3 seconds, his second win in the last four rounds. For him, the momentum is building.

“This feels good for sure that things are going my way a little better,” said Jarrett, 34. (He turns 35 Dec. 28.)

Riding Snoopy, Jarrett cashed in for $26,231. It helped him climb to fifth
in the world standings with $163,847. Jarrett has won $86,295, most
among tie-down ropers. Snoopy, 8, is right at home competing in the
Thomas & Mack Center.

“I brought him last year to the NFR,” said Jarrett, of Comanche, Okla. “All
this year he’s been my No. 1 horse and my No. 2 – he got lots of runs. I
was probably a little too hard on him at times, but he’s been good. Some-
times I think he could be better, but he probably says the same about me. It doesn’t bother him one bit to be in this building.”

Tuf Cooper and Tyson Durfey split for second in the round in 7.4 seconds each. They are first and second, respectively, in the tie-down roping word standings. Cooper leads the way with $191,941, while Durfey is second at $180,941. Jarrett is hoping to gain some more ground.“I want to cash
more checks for sure; that’s all we’re after,” Jarrett said.
Bettis notches first Finals win
Barrel racer Taci Bettis has her first go-round win of her Wrangler NFR
career. Bettis and her horse Bogie is a Smash, “Smash” raced to stop the
clock in 13.57 seconds for the win.
“Man, this is good,” Bettis said. “This is my second time out here, so this is 18 times down the alley and still that feeling is so surreal. To finally get a round win is icing on the cake for me.”Bettis struggled through the first
four rounds, hitting barrels on three of those four runs. The last four
rounds she’s cashed checks, amounting during her second Wrangler NFR trip, to $62,885.

“My hauling partner (Tammy Fischer) told me to clear my head and quit over-thinking it,” Bettis said. “I kind of schooled on my horse a little bit
and got him feeling right. I got my mind right. After hitting those barrels
like that, it kind of knocked me down. So, I’ve been trying to get my
mental game back up. So, tonight I finally pulled one out.”

Bettis also had a little fun practice a day earlier.
“A couple of days ago at the convention center, we were riding the little
bike horses and I practiced a victory lap, and I said, ‘I’m going to do it,’”
she joked. “Finally, I get to do it and I get goosebumps.”

After winning back-to-back rounds, world standings leader Hailey Kinsel did not place in Round 8. But she still has a comfortable lead with
$313,046 won. Her lead exceeds $100,000. 

Brooks, Rusty Wright tie in saddle bronc riding
Before the Wrangler NFR, Finals newcomer Chase Brooks had never
made a 90-point ride. Now, he’s got two.Meanwhile, Rusty Wright’s 90-
point ride has him creeping up on his brother and defending Saddle
Bronc Riding World Champion Ryder Wright in the hunt for the 2018
saddle bronc riding gold buckle.

Brooks and Wright tied with 90-point rides Thursday to split the Round 8 win. Brooks made his ride on Dakota Rodeo’s Bartender, while Rusty
Wright made his on Rosser Rodeo’s Floodtide.

“I couldn’t even imagine something this cool,” said Brooks, 24.“These are the only two 90-point rides I’ve ever had, and it’s crazy to do it two nights in a row. You can’t put into words what a 90 feels like.”Rusty Wright won Round 8 in 2015.“I didn’t think about it since I try to win every round,” he said. “Next year, when I get to Round 8, I’ll feel like I have an advantage
since I’ve won two of them.”

Both of them knew they had strong horses that could perform.

“I drew awesome tonight,” Brooks said. “I’ve seen him quite a few times
before and he is showy – I can vouch for that, he is a ton of fun.”

Rusty Wright was equally excited.“Boy, I drew an awesome horse,” said
Rusty Wright, who is competing with broken ribs. “I honestly think that’s one of the best horses going down the road. I actually did an interview a week before the Finals and I said I wanted Floodtide.”

Ryder Wright is still in the lead with $243,194 but won no money Thurs-
day. Rusty Wright is second, $10,375 behind. 

Dougherty, Frost split bull riding; climb in average
Chase Dougherty and Joe Frost have their sights set on winning the bull
riding average. Their chances got better after Round 8.Dougherty and
Frost tied with 89.5-point rides to split the win Thursday.Dougherty made his ride on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Dirty Dan, while Frost was on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Lumberjack.

“I got my hand stuck and scared myself into staying on,” joked Dougherty after winning his second consecutive round. “I had no choice but to hang on and ride. It doesn’t matter what I get on, I got here for a reason, and
there’s no reason not to ride what’s under me.”

Frost had three rides a day earlier, his first ride and two re-rides.

“I got banged up last night on three rides,” Frost said. “Bull riding’s about not letting it affect you. We had our best pen out today, so I had to focus
on the task at hand. Nobody wants to be 58 points at the NFR, but that
would have won me $10,000 (in Round 7), but you have to try to improve when you can and take advantage of re-rides when you get them.”

Entering Round 8, Frost was second in the average and Dougherty was
third. After their rides, Frost is first and Dougherty is second.

60th annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
Eighth Performance Results,
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nev. 

Bareback riding: 1. Shane O’Connell, 89 points on Powder River Rodeo’s Black Leg, $26,231; 2. Mason Clements, 88.5, $20,7301; 3. Orin Larsen, 87, $15,654; 4. Richmond Champion, 86, $11,000; 5. (tie) Kaycee Feild and Clayton Biglow, 85.5, $5,500 each; 7. Tim O’Connell, 84.5; 8. Steven Dent, 84; 9. Tilden Hooper, 79; 10. Caleb Bennett, 78; 11. Ty Breuer, 77.5; 12. Jake
Brown, Wyatt Denny and Will Lowe, NS; 15. Bill Tutor, INJ. 
Average standings: 1. Steven Dent, 681 points on eight head: 2. Tilden
Hooper, 673.5; 3. Tim O’Connell, 672.5; 4. Kaycee Feild, 669.5; 5. Shane
O’Connell, 668; 6. Richmond Champion, 666.5; 7. Caleb Bennett, 651.5; 8.
Orin Larsen, 598 on seven. 
World standings: 1. Caleb Bennett, $240,390; 2. Tim O’Connell, $227,147; 3. Orin Larsen, $207.501; 4. Clayton Biglow,
$206,935; 5. Steven Dent, $193,811; 6. Richmond Champion, $184,114;
7. Tilden Hooper, $176,199; 8. Kaycee Feild, $176,022; 9. Mason Clements; $170,318; 10. Bill Tutor, $154,162; 11. Shane O’Connell, $133,951; 12. Ty
Breuer, $127,789; 13. Jake Brown, $119,300; 14.Wyatt Denny, $113,728; 15. Will Lowe, $91,517. 
Steer wrestling: 1. Tyler Waguespack, 3.7 seconds, $26,231; 2. Bridger
Chambers, 3.8, $20,731; 3. Scott Guenthner, 4.0, $15,654; 4. (tie) Will
Lummus, Jacob Talley, 4.1, $8,885 each; 6. Curtis Cassidy, 4.2, $4,231; 7.
Kyle Irwin, 4.3; 8. (tie) Ty Erickson, Riley Duvall and Tyler Pearson, 4.5; 11. Hunter Cure, 4.6; 12. Blake Knowles, 5.1; 13. Tanner Brunner, 8.2; 14.
Nick Guy, 10.7; 15. Blake Mindemann, NT. Average standings: 1. Will
Lummus, 33.0 seconds on eight head; 2. Tyler Waguespack, 34.3;
3. Bridger Chambers, 47.0; 4. Riley Duvall, 53.4; 5. Blake Knowles, 54.6; 6. Nick Guy, 77.6; 7. Tanner Brunner, 89.5; 8. Scott Guenthner, 29.4 on seven. World standings: 1. Tyler Waguespack, $192,744; 2. Curtis Cassidy,
$188,355; 3. Will Lummus, $178,682; 4. Scott Guenthner, $166,419; 5. Tyler Pearson, $157,337; 6. Bridger Chambers, $146,390; 7. Hunter Cure,
$145,749; 8. Kyle Irwin, $139,416; 9. Ty Erickson, $128,854; 10. Jacob Talley, $125,832; 11. Blake Knowles, $119,515; 12. Blake Mindemann, $106,919; 13. Nick Guy, $99,514; 14. Tanner Brunner, $98,193; 15. Riley Duvall,
$96,528. Team roping: 1. Bubba Buckaloo/Chase Tryan, 3.6 seconds,
$26,231 each; 2. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, Cody Snow/Wesley
Thorp and Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 4.1, $15,795 each; 5. Erich Rogers/Clint Summers, 4.2, $6,769; 6. Rhen Richard/Quinn Kesler, 4.6, $4,231; 7. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 5.2; 8. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 6.1; 9. Lane
Ivy/Buddy Hawkins II, 14.6; 10. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 33.9; 11.
Clay Tryan/Travis Graves, Riley Minor/Brady Minor, Derrick Begay/Cory
Petska, Luke Brown/Jake Long and Tyler Wade/Cole Davison, NT. 
Average standings: 1. Aaron Tsinigine/Trey Yates, 59.4 seconds on eight head; 2. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Noguiera, 37.3 on seven; 3. Rhen Richard
Quinn Kesler, 54.5; 4. Clay Smith/Paul Eaves, 26.0 on six; 5. Cody Snow/
Wesley Thorp, 34.0; 6. Erich Rogers/Clint Summers, 40.3; 7. Derrick Begay/Cory Petska, 46.1; 8. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 70.0. 
World standings (headers): 1. Clay Smith, $212,921; 2. Kaleb Driggers,
$178,964; 3. Bubba Buckaloo, $174,951; 4. Cody Snow, $156,158; 5. Luke
Brown, $154,237; 6. Dustin Egusquiza, $145,518; 7. Derrick Begay,
$144,549; 8. Riley Minor, $139,361; 9. Aaron Tsinigine, $138,468; 10. Chad Masters, $135,958; 11. Clay Tryan, $122,785; 12. Lane Ivy, $114,688; 13.
Tyler Wade, $109,376; 14. Erich Rogers, $105,220; 15. Rhen Richard,
World standings (heelers): 1. Paul Eaves, $212,921; 2. Junior
Nogueira, $179,948; 3. Joseph Harrison, $155,130; 4. Chase Tryan,
$154,367; 5. Jake Long, $154,237; 6. Trey Yates, $152,862; 7. Wesley Thorp, $152,468; 8. Cory Petska, $151,006; 9. Kory Koontz, $145,518; 10. Brady
Minor, $138,169; 11. Travis Graves, $118,928; 12. Clint Summers,
$116,332; 13. Buddy Hawkins II, $111,682; 14. Cole Davison, $102,482; 15. Quinn Kesler, $93,137. 
Saddle bronc riding: 1. (tie) Rusty Wright, 90 points on Rosser Rodeo’s
Floodtide, Chase Brooks, 90 points on Dakota Rodeo’s Bartender, $23,481 each; 3. CoBurn Bradshaw, 89, $15,654; 4. Clay Elliott, 87.5, $11,000; 5.
Zeke Thurston, 86.5, $6,769; 6. Cort Scheer, 86, $4,231; 7. Wade Sundell,
85.5; 8. Sterling Crawley, 83.5; 9. Jacobs Crawley, Joey Sonnier III, Ryder
Wright, Isaac Diaz, Brody Cress, Jake Wright and Taos Muncy, NS. 
Average standings: 1. CoBurn Bradshaw, 677.5 points on eight head; 2.
Wade Sundell, 608 on seven; 3. Rusty Wright, 605; 4. Zeke Thurston, 603.5; 5. Cort Scheer, 602; 6. Clay Elliott, 511.5 on six; 7. Jacobs Crawley, 498.5; 8. Chase Brooks, 444 on five. 
World standings: 1. Ryder Wright, $243,194; 2. Rusty Wright, $232,819; 3. Jacobs Crawley, $204,331; 4. Cort Scheer, $203,016; 5. Wade Sundell,
$194,330; 6. Zeke Thurston, $192,656; 7. Chase Brooks, $168,641; 8. Isaac
Diaz, $160,970; 9. CoBurn Bradshaw, $158,979; 10. Clay Elliott, $137,445;
11. Jake Wright, $128,287; 12. Brody Cress, $121,588; 13. Sterling Crawley, $108,748; 14. Joey Sonnier III, $95,883; 15. Taos Muncy, $90,906. 
Tie-down roping: 1. Ryan Jarrett, 7.3 seconds, $26,231; 2. (tie) Tyson Durfey and Tuf Cooper, 7.4, $18,192 each: 4. (tie) Jake Pratt, Caleb Smidt, Cory Solomon, and Shane Hanchey, 7.6, $5,500 each; 8. Ryle Smith, 7.7; 9. Reese Riemer, 8.1; 10. Trevor Brazile, 8.3; 11. Matt Shiozawa, 9.1; 12. Rhen
Richard, 9.2; 13. Cooper Martin, 17.5; 14. Sterling Smith and Marty Yates, NT. 
Average standings: 1. Caleb Smidt, 66.3 seconds on eight head; 2. Rhen
Richard, 69.9; 3. Ryle Smith, 74.3; 4. Matt Shiozawa, 79.0; 5. Reese Riemer, 84.4; 6. Trevor Brazile, 88.9; 7. Cooper Martin, 90.6; 8. Tuf Cooper, 99.9. 
World standings: 1. Tuf Cooper, $191,941; 2. Tyson Durfey, $180,941;
3. Shane Hanchey, $169,847; 4. Marty Yates, $166,502; 5. Ryan Jarrett,
$163,847; 6. Caleb Smidt, $163,432; 7. Reese Riemer, $159,454; 8. Trevor
Brazile, $156,643; 9. Ryle Smith, $153,056; 10. Jake Pratt, $147,588; 11.
Sterling Smith, $132,378; 12. Cooper Martin, $128,169; 13. Matt Shiozawa, $122,923; 14. Rhen Richard, $118,053; 15. Cory Solomon, $115,502. 
Barrel racing: 1. Taci Bettis, 13.57 seconds, $26,231; 2. Carman Pozzobon, 13.70, $20,731; 3. Amberleigh Moore, 13.71, $15,654; 4. Stevi Hillman,
13.72, $11,000; 5. Tammy Fischer, 13.81, $6,769; 6. (tie) Nellie Miller and
Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.84, $2,115 each; 8. (tie) Lisa Lockhart and Ivy
Conrado, 13.87; 10. Jessie Telford, 13.89; 11. Jessica Routier, 18.71; 12.
Kylie Weast, 18.73; 13. Hailey Kinsel, 19.50; 14. Tracy Nowlin and Kelly Brunner, NT. 
Average standings: 1. Carman Pozzobon, 111.61 seconds on eight head;
2. Jessica Routier, 115.23; 3. Jessie Telford, 115.5; 4. Ivy Conrado, 115.89; 5. Stevi Hillman, 116.1; 6. Tammy Fischer, 116.57; 7. Amberleigh Moore,
119.26; 8. Hailey Kinsel, 120.26. 
World standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $313,046; 2. Amberleigh Moore,
$209,127; 3. Ivy Conrado, $185,809; 4. Jessica Routier, $179,358; 5. Nellie
Miller, $169,941; 6. Taci Bettis, $166,577; 7. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $162,920; 8. Lisa Lockhart, $159,746; 9. Jessie Telford, $154,188; 10. Stevi
Hillman, $153,020; 11. Kylie Weast, $147,253; 12. Kelly Bruner, $129,708;
13. Carman Pozzobon, $121,908; 14. Tracy Nowlin, $116,150; 15. Tammy
Fischer, $108,046. 
Bull riding: 1. (tie) Chase Dougherty, 89.5 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Record Rack’s Dirty Dan, Joe Frost, 89.5 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s
Lumberjack, $24,327 each; 3. Roscoe Jarboe, 71.5, $16,500; 4. Tyler
Bingham, 67.5, $11,846; 5. Eli Vastbinder, 60.5, $7,615; 6. Sage Kimzey,
Parker Breding, Jeff Askey, Dustin Boquet, Boudreaux Campbell, Garrett
Tribble, Cole Melancon, Koby Radley, Trevor Kastner, Trey Benton III, NS. Average standings: 1. Joe Frost, 436.5 points on five head; 2. Chase
Dougherty, 434; 3. Jeff Askey, 424; 4. Parker Breding, 330.5 on four; 5.
Roscoe Jarboe, 318.5; 6. Dustin Bouquet, 262.5 on three; 7. Garrett Tribble, 262; 8. Koby Radley, 259. 
World standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $358,853; 2. Parker Breding, $225,232; 3. Chase Dougherty, $223,779; 4. Joe Frost, $197,477; 5. Dustin Boquet,
$185,511; 6. Jeff Askey, $182,470; 7. Garrett Tribble, $174,136; 8. Koby
Radley, $160,072; 9. Roscoe Jarboe, $159,084; 10. Tyler Bingham, $146,910; 11. Trey Benton III, $141,393; 12. Eli Vastbinder, $139,807; 13. Boudreaux Campbell, $135,469; 14. Cole Melancon, $109,973; 15. Trevor Kastner,
All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $298,026; 2. Tuf Cooper,
$297,030; 3. Rhen Richard, $203,647; 4. Steven Dent, $193,397; 5. Curtis
Cassidy, $175,583; 6, Ryle Smith, $153,056. 
RAM Top Gun standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $120,212; 2. Amberleigh
Moore, $120,000; 3. Tyler Waguespack, $113,160; 4. Rusty Wright,
$109,212; 5. Chase Dougherty, $105,403; 6. Cort Scheer, $101,173; 7. (tie)
Paul Eaves and Clay Smith, 97,577; 9. Joe Frost, $93,135; 10. Chase Brooks, $92,500.                                                                                                                              
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