Field vs. Feild: It’s no contest
FORT WORTH, Texas – It’s just about at the point where taking the bareback riding field to beat Kaycee Feild in the Will Rogers Coliseum is a fool’s bet.
The two-time reigning world champion has won the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo three of the last four years with a stunning bit of consistency.
He put up a score of 334 points to win in 2010, shared the title with Will Lowe a year ago with 323 points and closed out his win at this year’s 117th edition of the rodeo on Feb. 9 with 333 points, five ahead of runner-up Ryan Gray.
That’s an average score of 82.5 points on 12 horses over the course of those three winning efforts, no matter what he drew.
“If you can pull a check on a horse nobody has pulled a check on since he was a colt, it says a lot,” Feild told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “If you can spur a horse better than anybody, you’re going to win the money.”
Case in point? In the first round, Feild drew Wind Walker, a Mo Betta horse who has averaged 75 points for the cowboys who have successfully stayed on him during his career, and yet Feild performed well enough to draw a score of 78 points from the judges.
It left him one point shy of a check in that first round, but satisfied.
“If you can make a 22-point spur ride on a 16-point arm-jerker bronc that everybody has been turning out on, then it shows your determination and grit,” Feild said.
Given better matchups in subsequent rounds, Feild prospered. He won the second round with an 85-point ride on Andrews Rodeo’s Cool Water, tied for second in the third round and then tied Gray for the win in the finals with an 88-pointer on JK Rodeo’s Brother.
His total earnings of $11,636 in Fort Worth was second only to saddle bronc riding champion Cody Wright among PRCA cowboys; Wright finished with $11,689 after edging Will Smith in the three-head-average (236-235).
“When you are consistent on every horse in the way you spur,” Feild said, “you have lots of eye appeal.”
The other champions at this $571,348 rodeo were steer wrestler Straws Milan (12.4 seconds on three head), team ropers Brock Hanson and Kory Koontz (16.1 seconds on three head), tie-down roper Randall Carlisle (25.7 seconds on three head), bull rider Friday Wright II (246 points on three head) and barrel racer Taylor Jacob (49.16 seconds on three runs).
Wright set a record at the rodeo that can only be tied. He was the first bull rider to compete back on Jan. 18 when the 30 rodeo performances began, and he was the final bull rider to compete in the 30th performance on Feb. 9.
“It feels awesome to win this rodeo,” Wright said. “I’ve been coming here since I got my (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) permit in 2008 and I made the short go that first year. In 2010 I won one round, but this was my first time back to the finals since 2008.”
2. Snedecor gets comeback rolling in San Angelo
SAN ANGELO, Texas – Two-time World Champion Scott Snedecor was hunting in New Mexico with a friend last November when the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping was going on, and he kind of forgot all about it.
“There were phone messages from friends there who wanted to chat or ask questions,” Snedecor said, “but I didn’t get them until it was all over. I didn’t always have cell service and my wife (Kelli) didn’t say anything about the NFSR in our nightly calls until the third night, Sunday, when she said, ‘You do know it was this weekend, yeah?’”
So, no, Snedecor was not obsessing about missing his first NFSR in a dozen years. His position was simple enough: He “hadn’t done as well, hadn’t worked as hard as those 15 guys” who made the field, so the effect on him of missing the big show in Guthrie, Okla., “didn’t even break an egg (with me).”
This is not the same thing – at all – as saying he wants to be traversing canyons in the Land of Enchantment again this November.
And based on what he showed in winning the San Angelo Rodeo on Feb. 9 it shouldn’t be an issue.
Snedecor tied three steers in 34.6 seconds to win the average title by a full five seconds over runner-up Jarrett Blessing, and earn $4,708.
This was his first win since Dr. Frosty Moore operated on his left knee last October at the Westlake Orthopaedic Clinic in Austin, Texas, to repair a torn ACL and meniscus.
It was Snedecor’s first major injury in rodeo and a large part of why he hadn’t “done as well … or worked as hard” as he had hoped last year.
Snedecor got off to a good start in 2012, but tore up his knee at the Timed Event Championship last March, sat out for two months, doing physical therapy, and then competed for the rest of the year using a knee brace.
“I didn’t want to do surgery,” Snedecor said, “so I went for the brace. But I never really got used to it. I’d never had any kind of brace before and it cut back on my practice time. I get teased anyhow for not practicing as much as a lot of guys, but I probably didn’t run 30 practice steers all summer.”
Still, Snedecor made a run at the NFSR. He won titles in Fort Smith, Ark., and Laramie, Wyo., on his way to finishing 18th in the world standings, missing that final qualifying spot by about $7,600.
“I’ve been working pretty hard for the last month,” Snedecor said. “I’m feeling good and having fun. I’m not far off 40 and it doesn’t make sense to do this if it isn’t fun.
“This (San Angelo) was a good win. I drew a really good steer in the first round, but the one I drew in the second go had gotten up in round one and the last one hadn’t (resulted in a qualified run) in either of the first two rounds.
• Last week’s ProRodeo Sports News poll on Facebook asked readers which 2011 Wrangler NFR bull rider would bounce back from 2012 injuries and perform the best this season. Jacob O’Mara didn’t fare well in the poll – he drew support from just 12 percent of respondents to Chandler Bownds’ 84 percent – but he came up with a pretty good answer in Belton, Texas, over the weekend. O’Mara won the Bell County PRCA Rodeo with a 90-point ride on Andrews Rodeo’s Black Kat for $2,437. The other champions at the $69,096 rodeo at the Bell County Expo Center were bareback rider Casey Colletti (86 points), steer wrestler Payden McIntyre (4.3 seconds), team ropers Matt Sherwood/Jhett Johnson and Manny Egusquiza Jr./Martin Lucero (4.4 seconds each), saddle bronc rider Bryan Hammons (87 points), tie-down roper Barrett Threadgill (7.9 seconds) and barrel racer Shada Brazile (15.39 seconds).
• On the fast track: Garrett Smith turned 18 on Jan. 20, bought his permit on Jan. 22 and filled his permit on Feb. 9. In his very first PRCA appearance, at the Rotary Classic Rodeo in Starkville, Miss., Smith finished third in the saddle bronc riding and had an 86-point ride on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Pearl Snap to tie D.D. Spratt for the bull riding championship. He also competed in the steer wrestling there (but had no luck) and finished with total earnings of $1,005. A senior at Madison High School in Rexburg, Idaho, Smith has won the last two National High School Finals Rodeo all-around titles (his brother Wyatt also won it in 2006) and will be trying to close out his prep career this summer with an unprecedented third in a row; Smith and John King of Wyoming (1970-71) are the only cowboys in the 64-year history of the NHSFR to have back-to-back wins in the all-around.
• For full results of last week’s PRCA rodeos, visit www.prorodeo.com.
3. News and notes from the rodeo trail
Bull rider David Glover of Grove, Okla., a four-time participant in the National Finals Rodeo (1964-65, 1968-69), died earlier this month after a lengthy illness. He was 74. A memorial service is being planned by Glover’s family. He had his best season in 1965 when he finished seventh in the world standings after earning two second-place finishes at the NFR in Oklahoma City and finishing seventh in the NFR average standings. Glover also served as PRCA competition judge for many years… There will be some changes in store when the National Circuit Finals Steer Roping returns to Torrington, Wyo., on April 20-21, for its fourth annual rendition – starting with the event’s name. The local committee has negotiated a title sponsorship deal and this year the event will be called the ChuteHelp National Circuit Finals Steer Roping. The format has also been adjusted to cut back on the number of rounds from eight to six. The first day of the event will have four rounds and day two will have two rounds followed immediately by an eight-man semifinal and a four-man final … Saddle bronc rider Jake Griffin underwent eight hours of surgery Feb. 6 to repair a broken neck and won’t know for six months if he will be able to resume his rodeo career. Dr. Andrew Dossett of Dallas performed the two-level procedure in which he fused the C-6, C-7 and T-1 vertebrae using a plate and six screws. Griffin will be wearing a collar for support for three months and can’t consider getting on a bucking machine to test his recovery for at least another three months after that. The injury occurred at the National Western Stock Show Rodeo in Denver, when the horse he was riding fouled him coming out of the chute and tipped him out of the saddle awkwardly so he landed on his head and neck. “It didn’t seem that bad at the time,” Griffin said. “I just kind of thought it was like a ‘stinger’ in football.” Griffin was released from the hospital on Feb. 8 and is staying in Stephenville, Texas, while he heals from the surgery. He had qualified for his sixth appearance (2006-10, 2013) at the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo in April as a representative of the Mountain States Circuit, but his spot will be filled by Lyle Welling … Buff Douthitt, a PRCA Gold Card member and inductee in the National Rodeo Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, is still in the intensive care unit at a Santa Fe, N.M., hospital recovering from the effects of what his wife, Janie, described as “a severely broken neck.” Douthitt, 88, was injured in a horse riding accident in the arena of his Santa Fe ranch on Jan. 26 and attending doctors did not, at first, think he would survive. After 10 days, however, he had made enough progress where he was able to stand for a short period of time, and is now given a chance to reach a full recovery. Douthitt was a great all-around hand in his day as a steer wrestler and tie-down roper, and later excelled as a trick roper, actor and model. He served three years in the Marine Corps during World War II … The tornado which tore through Hattiesburg, Miss., on Feb. 10 with winds of 140 mph did no damage to the Forrest County Multipurpose Center on Sullivan Drive, and the PRCA-sanctioned Feb. 15-16 Miss Coca-Cola Classic Rodeo is scheduled to go on as planned. Sixty-three people were injured in nine Mississippi counties as a result of the severe weather and 7,000 homes were still without power as of Feb. 11 …Jerrad Hofstetter, a three-time qualifier for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (2008, 2010-11), conducted a tie-down roping school Feb. 4-6 on a farm near Middlemarch, New Zealand, drawing 20 aspiring cowboys from all over the country. The school was scheduled to coincide with a heavy rodeo schedule in the lower South Island that week because, says New Zealand Rodeo Association member Mike Sanderson, “every man and his dog is down here.” Organizer Kim Wensor told the Otago Daily Times that the NZRA plans to make such rodeo schools an annual affair so the country can raise the standard of the cowboy sport there and encourage its growth. “This is just like our schools at home,” Hofstetter said. “We have more people that do it, that’s all. They really enjoy it so much more here. At home, the guys get so competitive and they forget the fun part. Sometimes. I don’t like that. It’s about fun.” … An incorrect advertisement for the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo was placed in the Feb. 15 issue of the ProRodeo Sports News with the incorrect dates; the RNCFR will be held April 4-6, 2013 in Oklahoma City … RAM’s heart-felt tribute to the American Farmer which debuted during Super Bowl XLVII resonated with people all over the country and was rated third among the 55 ads shown during the broadcast in a public vote organized by USA Today. An update on a Farms.com YouTube video that went viral in 2011, the ad features a series of stunning images showing scenes from American farms, over a recording of the late nationally-syndicated radio host Paul Harvey reading a speech entitled “So God Made a Farmer.” … PRCA rodeo barrelman and clown J.J. Harrison made an appearance at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco, Wash., on Feb. 5 to talk to kids about the plague of bullying. He set up a mock rodeo to demonstrate the difference between bullying and teasing, and being a tattle-tale and reporting. “I try to make this a learning experience,” Harrison told KNDU-TV. “I want it to be a great time. I want the kids to have fun. I try to incorporate a little of what makes rodeo unique.” … Wade Sundell, the reserve world champion saddle bronc rider in 2010, took part in an admittedly silly media project recently with digitaltrends.com in which the question du jour was, “Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses.” Sundell was summoned as the horse expert and Dr. Kevin McGowan of Cornell University took the duck side. For the results, visit www.digitaltrends.com/web/1-duck-sized-horse-vs-100-horse-sized-ducks-the-final-showdown … Jackson, Miss., officials estimate that the Feb. 7-13 Dixie National Livestock Show & Rodeo has an economic impact of $6.7 million annually with each family taking part in the rodeo spending about $250 a day during the event. “It’s a very big weekend, probably bigger than Christmas,” Whitney Knight of Boots & More told WAPT-TV. “It’s one of the busiest times and one of the most hectic – but one of the favorites.” … The newly-formed Cowboy Capital of the World Pro Rodeo Committee in Stephenville, Texas, is staging a chuckwagon dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 12 at The “N” at Hard Way Ranch. Anyone interested in becoming involved in the planning of this year’s rodeo is invited to attend.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“It was all a dream come true for me. I got to rodeo full time all last year and it paid off for me. It’s something that I’ve dreamed of doing – getting to rope against all of my heroes, the up-and-comers and the stars of today’s game.”
– Tie-down roper Bradley Bynum telling the San Angelo Standard-Times what it was like for him to qualify for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo last December and finish seventh in the world standings.
4. Next Up
Feb. 11 Dixie National Rodeo, Jackson, Miss., ongoing
Feb. 11 San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show & Rodeo (Gold Tour) ongoing
Feb. 11 San Angelo (Texas) Rodeo ongoing
Feb. 15 Miss Coca-Cola Classic Rodeo, Hattiesburg, Miss., begins
Feb. 15 75th annual Brighton Field Day Festival & Rodeo, Okeechobee, Fla., begins
Feb. 15 130th Silver Spurs Rodeo, Kissimmee, Fla., begins
Feb. 17 Seminole Classic Xtreme Bulls (Division I), Okeechobee, Fla.
5. 2013 PRCA WORLD STANDINGS
Through Feb. 11, 2013
1. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah $16,116
2. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas 12,899
3. Blake Hirdes, Turlock, Calif. 7,861
1. Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D. $16,063
2. Kaycee Feild, Spanish Fork, Utah 11,636
3. Clint Cannon, Waller, Texas 11,455
4. Jared Smith, Cross Plains, Texas 11,096
5. R.C. Landingham, Pendleton, Ore. 10,186
6. Ryan Gray, Cheney, Wash. 9,136
7. Bobby Mote, Culver, Ore. 8,513
8. Wes Stevenson, Lubbock, Texas 6,911
9. Mac Erickson, Sundance, Wyo. 6,879
10. Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa 6,531
11. Will Lowe, Canyon, Texas 6,468
12. George Gillespie IV, Placerville, Calif. 6,023
13. Casey Colletti, Pueblo, Colo. 5,991
14. Matthew Smith, Leesville, La. 5,639
15. Jake Halverson, Decatur, Texas 5,240
16. Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn. 4,417
17. Jake Brown, Hillsboro, Texas 4,273
18. Jet Price, Buffalo, S.D. 4,215
19. Jessy Davis, Power, Mont. 4,073
20. Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore. 3,879
1. Casey Martin, Sulphur, La. $20,033
2. Les Shepperson, Midwest, Wyo. 17,425
3. Jason Miller, Lance Creek, Wyo. 14,863
4. Stan Branco, Chowchilla, Calif. 12,887
5. Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan. 12,649
6. Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif. 12,222
7. Straws Milan, Cochrane, Alberta 11,832
8. Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta 8,664
9. Wade Sumpter, Fowler, Colo. 8,601
10. Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont. 6,975
11. Jake Rinehart, Highmore, S.D. 6,262
12. Jim Roedeske, Carwright, N.D. 5,422
13. Cooper Shofner, Huntsville, Texas 5,000
14. Shayde Etherton, Borden, Ind. 4,844
15. Stockton Graves, Alva, Okla. 4,420
16. Dean Gorsuch, Gering, Neb. 4,386
17. Tee Burress, Piedmont, S.D. 4,210
18. Derek Stewart, Hearne, Texas 4,163
19. Juan Alcazar Jr., Kissimmee, Fla. 4,038
20. Justin Thigpen, Waycross, Ga. 3,915
Team Roping (header)
1. Landon McClaugherty, Tilden, Texas $14,511
2. Dustin Bird, Cut Bank, Mont. 13,607
3. Brock Hanson, Casa Grande, Ariz. 11,620
4. Turtle Powell, Stephenville, Texas 11,157
5. Caleb Mitchell, Mason, Texas 10,961
6. Nick Sartain, Dover, Okla. 10,384
7. Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas 7,948
8. Bradley Massey, Perry, Fla. 6,594
9. B.J. Campbell, Aguila, Ariz. 6,589
10. Jesse Sheffield, Ogden, Utah 6,557
11. Brooks Dahozy, Window Rock, Ariz. 6,363
12. Blaine Linaweaver, Irvine, Calif. 6,245
13. Tate Kirchenschlager, Stephenville, Texas 6,120
14. Justin Van Davis, Madisonville, Texas 5,881
15. Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M. 5,704
16. Tyler Wade, Terrell, Texas 5,633
17. Garrett Tonozzi, Fruita, Colo. 5,548
18. Nathan McWhorter, Telephone, Texas 5,499
19. Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont. 5,273
20. Justin Lovell, Grapeland, Texas 4,860
Team Roping (heeler)
1. Kory Koontz, Sudan, Texas $16,788
2. Tommy Zuniga, Centerville, Texas 14,511
3. Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo. 13,607
4. Tyler McKnight, Wells, Texas 12,520
5. Rich Skelton, Llano, Texas 11,952
6. Dugan Kelly, Paso Robles, Calif. 9,464
7. Kollin VonAhn, Blanchard, Okla. 7,948
8. Jaytin McCright, Canyon, Texas 7,584
9. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah 7,032
10. Travis Graves, Jay, Okla. 6,967
11. Shane Hester, Lakeland, Fla. 6,594
12. Ryan Zurcher, Torrington, Wyo. 6,458
13. Jim Ross Cooper, Monument, N.M. 6,334
14. Jake Twisselman, Santa Margarita, Calif. 6,245
15. Jhett Johnson, Casper, Wyo. 6,108
16. Twister Cain, Gonzales, Texas 5,499
17. Will Woodfin, Marshall, Texas 5,481
18. JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas 5,389
19. York Gill, Stephenville, Texas 5,363
20. Michael Fortenberry, Groveton, Texas 4,860
Saddle Bronc Riding
1. Cody Wright, Milford, Utah $27,740
2. Tyler Corrington, Hastings, Minn. 11,542
3. Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M. 10,613
4. Spencer Wright, Milford, Utah 9,738
5. Cort Scheer, Elsmere, Neb. 8,407
6. Will Smith, Marshall, Mo. 7,287
7. Dean Wadsworth, Ozona, Texas 6,759
8. Heith DeMoss, Heflin, La. 6,446
9. Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah 5,941
10. Brad Rudolf, Winnemucca, Nev. 5,700
11. Troy Crowser, Whitewood, S.D. 5,564
12. Jesse Bail, Camp Crook, S.D. 4,927
13. Chad Ferley, Oelrichs, S.D. 4,699
14. Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas 4,648
15. Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas 4,633
16. Curtis Garton, Kaitaia, New Zealand 4,443
17. Clay Schaeffer, Dickinson, N.D. 4,436
18. Tyrel Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba 4,345
19. Ben Londo, Pendleton, Ore. 4,123
20. Bryan Martinat, Marsing, Idaho 4,085
1. Clint Robinson, Spanish Fork, Utah $16,631
2. Randall Carlisle, Castor, La. 12,507
3. Sterling Smith, Stephenville, Texas 11,821
4. Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La. 11,299
5. Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho 10,429
6. Jade Conner, Iowa, La. 10,243
7. Justin Maass, Giddings, Texas 9,556
8. Stetson Vest, Childress, Texas 9,549
9. Jerome Schneeberger, Ponca City, Okla. 9,188
10. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah 9,084
11. Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 8,396
12. Jimmy Jumper, Midlothian, Texas 8,390
13. Barrett Threadgill, Hallettsville, Texas 7,321
14. Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D. 7,215
15. Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas 7,002
16. Caleb Smidt, Yorktown, Texas 6,603
17. Blair Burk, Durant, Okla. 6,600
18. Clint Cooper, Decatur, Texas 6,093
19. Cimarron Boardman, Stephenville, Texas 6,080
20. Jason Schaffer, Broadus, Mont. 6,068
1. Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas $12,321
2. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas 7,247
3. Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas 6,971
4. Bryce Davis, Ovalo, Texas 6,947
5. Joe Wells, Cisco, Texas 6,737
6. Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas 6,302
7. J. Paul Williams, Burbank, Okla. 5,280
8. Kim Ziegelgruber, Edmond, Okla. 5,007
9. Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas 4,635
10. Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla. 4,592
11. Tim Abbott, Midland, Texas 4,475
12. Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas 4,451
13. Shane Suggs, Granbury, Texas 3,443
14. Coy Thompson, Whitewood, S.D. 3,017
15. Walter Priestly, Robstown, Texas 2,525
16. Mike Chase, McAlester, Okla. 2,516
17. Jess Tierney, Hermosa, S.D. 2,514
18. Shorty Garten, Pawhuska, Okla. 2,420
19. Dan Fisher, Andrews, Texas 2,363
20. Rod Hartness, Pawhuska, Okla. 2,169
1. Tyler Smith, Fruita, Colo. $18,264
2. Friday Wright II, Moss Point, Miss. 16,361
3. Scottie Knapp, Albuquerque, N.M. 15,996
4. Cody Teel, Kountze, Texas 14,974
5. Chandler Bownds, Lubbock, Texas 13,974
6. Trevor Kastner, Ardmore, Okla. 12,400
7. Cooper Davis, Jasper, Texas 12,400
8. Kanin Asay, Powell, Wyo. 11,491
9. Corey Navarre, Weatherford, Okla. 10,416
10. Ardie Maier, Timber Lake, S.D. 10,365
11. Reese Cates, Monticello, Ark. 10,245
12. Bobby Welsh, Gillette, Wyo. 9,772
13. Beau Hill, West Glacier, Mont. 9,246
14. Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont. 9,214
15. Cole Echols, Elm Grove, La. 9,178
16. Howdy Cloud, Kountze, Texas 8,833
17. Jeff Askey, Martin, Tenn. 8,413
18. Boss Votaw, Liberty, Texas 7,938
19. Brett Stall, Detroit Lakes, Minn. 7,813
20. Tag Elliott, Thatcher, Utah 6,842
*2013 Barrel Racing (through Feb. 11, 2013)
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. Jane Melby, Burneyville, Okla. $28,219
2. Fallon Taylor, Whitesboro, Texas 20,006
3. Taylor Jacob, Carmine, Texas 16,825
4. Carlee Pierce, Stephenville, Texas 15,716
5. Kendra Dickson, Aubrey, Texas 14,408
6. Natalie Foutch, Eldora, Iowa 14,209
7. Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D. 11,199
8. Annesa Self, Sanger, Texas 10,542
9. Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, Ore. 9,359
10. Mary Walker, Ennis, Texas 9,213
11. Sammi Bessert, Loma, Colo. 8,630
12. Sherry Cervi, Marana, Ariz. 8,129
13. Sydni Blanchard, Albuquerque, N.M. 7,854
14. Kelley Carrington-French, Boston, Ga. 6,772
15. Brittany Pozzi, Victoria, Texas 6,677
16. Kenna Squires, Fredonia, Texas 6,672
17. Kay Blandford, Sutherland Springs, Texas 6,575
18. Lee Ann Rust, Stephenville, Texas 6,352
19. Sabrina Ketcham, Yeso, N.M. 5,900
20. Rainy Graham, Gardendale, Texas 5,753
6. 2013 PRCA Xtreme Bulls Standings
Unofficial through Feb. 11, 2013
1. Tyler Smith, Fruita, Colo. $16,944
2. Scottie Knapp, Albuquerque, N.M. 11,944
3. Kanin Asay, Powell, Wyo. 11,252
4. Blaine Skaggs, Hubbard, Ore.