PRCA’s new made-for-TV Champions Challenge to debut in Redding, Calif.

            COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – As part of its ongoing commitment to increasing the popularity of the cowboy sport, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association will launch a special made-for-TV series of Champions Challenge rodeos this year on Great American Country (GAC), featuring 10 top competitors in each event and the sport’s best livestock.

            There will be four Champions Challenge rodeos aired in a one-hour format in 2013, starting with the May 18Redding (Calif.) event, which will air at 5 p.m. (ET) on July 7 and then be rebroadcast at 9 a.m. on July 13. Subsequent events will be held in Amarillo, Texas; Kissimmee, Fla., and Winnie, Texas. (See full schedule below.)

            Each of these events, except for Kissimmee, will be held in conjunction with a regularly-scheduled PRCA rodeo and will offer $80,000 in additional prize money which, at least initially, will not be counted in the world standings.

“You have the best guys going against the best stock in a one-head event,” said four-time World Champion Bareback Rider Bobby Mote. “From the competitor’s standpoint that’s exciting, knowing you are going against the best in every rodeo. And it’s a great opportunity for the fans to watch the same guys in each broadcast. It’s difficult to promote the sport when you might be seeing 12 totally different guys from one telecast to the next. That’s why the (Wrangler) NFR is so unique. You are seeing the 15 best guys every night. The Champions Challenge is a step in the right direction for the sport.”

            Commitments have been received from all eight reigning PRCA World Champions – All-Around Cowboy Trevor Brazile, Bareback Rider Kaycee Feild, Steer Wrestler Luke Branquinho, Team Roper (Header) Chad Masters, Team Roper (Heeler) Jade Corkill, Saddle Bronc Rider Jesse Wright, Tie-down Roper Tuf Cooper and Bull Rider Cody Teel.

            “This is the future of ProRodeo on television,” says PRCA Commissioner Karl Stressman. “Over the last 70 years, we’ve tried to figure out the optimal method for TV coverage, and now we know: Showcasing our top athletes – contestants and livestock – is our greatest opportunity to create a new fan base as well as to reward our existing fans, by ensuring they see the best of the best.”

            The top seven finishers in each event from the 2012 world standings were automatically invited to participate. Two of the remaining three spots will go to whoever is leading the 2013 world standings and the 2013 Wrangler Million Dollar Tour standings 30 days before each Champions Challenge event.

            The last spot will be awarded to the host rodeo’s defending champion. If, as is the case with Kissimmee, there is no defending champion, the final spot will go to the highest-ranked competitor in the 2013 standings who is not already in the field.

            The format will be a 10-person, single-round rodeo with the wins going to the fastest times and highest scores.

            GAC’s team of announcers for the series is the same one that works the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo each December with Jeff Medders, Joe Beaver and Butch Knowles in the booth and Suzanne Alexander handling interviews and feature inserts.

            Medders has announced the Wrangler NFR for the past 19 years while Knowles, who won the 1987 NFR saddle bronc riding average title, has been providing expert commentary for 24 years and eight-time World Champion Beaver for the last four years. Alexander joined the team in 2011, working the nightly pre-NFR reports from the ProRodeo Fan Zone.

Medders, Knowles and Beaver have all received the PRCA’s Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award.



Location                     Date                Air date/time  (ET)    Re-broadcast

Redding, Calif.           May 18            July 7   (5 p.m.)            July 13 (9 a.m.)

Amarillo, Texas           Sept. 18           Oct. 6 (5 p.m.)             Oct. 12 (9 a.m.)

Kissimmee, Fla.           Oct. 5              Oct. 20 (5 p.m.)           Oct. 26 (9 a.m.)

Winnie, Texas             Oct. 30            Nov. 10 (5 p.m.)          Nov. 16 (9 a.m.


1. Young paramedic earns healthy paycheck in Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, La. – Having completed work on becoming certified as a paramedic and gotten through a spate of injuries – to himself and his horses – that challenged all of his medical expertise, Marshall Leonard seems ready to establish himself on the ProRodeo trail.

            Leonard and his new mare, Juin, combined to put down a time of 8.8 seconds on the first run of slack on Jan. 18 and then waited until the following night to find out that it had stood up for the tie-down roping win at the Amicus Club PRCA Rodeo.

            The Shongaloo, La., cowboy finished a tenth-of-a-second ahead of Payden Emmett to earn a check for $1,047, which wasn’t just his biggest check since buying his card in 2010, but more than all of his previous earnings combined.

            Leonard shared the title at the 2009 Springhill (La.) PRCA Rodeo on his permit and earned a check in the average at the 2010 Dixie Nationals in Jackson, Miss., before largely stepping away from PRCA competition the last two seasons.

            “I had horse trouble last year and probably only went to four (PRCA) rodeos,” Leonard said. “My first horse had EPM (an infection of the central nervous system) and had to have surgery. She came out of it OK, but didn’t perform the same. Then my second horse needed an operation for knee problems.”

Of course, Leonard had his own knee problems. Leonard underwent surgery on his right knee several years ago and “never let it heal properly.” When he re-aggravated the injury last year, he took his own medical advice and cut way back on his schedule, competing mostly in amateur events and jackpots.

The enduring bit of consolation he could take from last year was Juin. He bought the horse from Shawn Poag of Harlton, Texas, last February and worked with her all year to develop a rapport, an understanding of what was expected of her.

“I probably won $20,000 with her at amateur ropings,” Leonard said, “and when I finished first in the average at a big roping at the end of October I thought it might be the right time to go hard (in PRCA rodeos). She really surprised me to the point she was ready. She’s by far the best I’ve ever stepped across. Seth Emerson, Jeff Chapman and I are going to try to hit it pretty good this winter.”

The other champions at the Rapides Parish Coliseum were bareback rider Ross Coleman (83 points), rookie steer wrestler Brandon Harrison (4.8 seconds), permit team ropers Spencer Griffith and Jacob Griffith (5.8 seconds), saddle bronc rider Cody DeMoss (82 points) and bull rider Chandler Bownds (89 points). DeMoss was also the all-around champion, having finished second in the team roping with Rance Gantt.

For Bownds, on the comeback trail after injuries knocked him out of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo last year, it was his second win in as many weeks. He had earlier captured the SandHills Stock Show & Rodeo in Odessa, Texas, with that same score of 89.


2. Sasser shows spunk with three titles in Lakeland

LAKELAND, Fla. – Harold “Spunk” Sasser’s hometown of San Antonio, Fla., is best known for its annual Rattlesnake Festival and his rodeo arena 14 miles down the road in Lacoochee is near a giraffe ranch and the Florida Pioneer Museum.

Sasser is a steady contributor to the local economy in his own way – albeit less colorfully – operating youth rodeos, clinics, summer camps and one-day schools in Lacoochee and in the arena just outside his front door in San Antonio.

Over 30 years as a PRCA cowboy, Sasser has built up a lot of arena cred – 29 qualifications to the Ram Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo and 16 trips to the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo – and it does not hurt his business one bit that he is still out there competing at a high level.

Sasser’s been going to the Lakeland ProRodeo Classic – about 25 miles from home – since he was on his permit in the early 1980s and has won numerous all-around, steer wrestling, team roping and tie-down roping titles in the Lakeland Center. This time, at age 47, he took away three titles in one go.

He had a 3.9-second run on his 18-year-old horse Peanut Butter to win the steer wrestling, paired with header Dillon Bird to win the team roping in 6.5 seconds and that all added up to a win in the all-around competition with total earnings of $1,631.

“I’ll continue to compete as long as I’m sound and I’m still enjoying it,” Sasser said. “I relate my success to experience and good horses. I have a bunch of good guys who go with me and it’s still a lot of fun.

“It’s not as hectic as it used to be, because I don’t calf rope any more. Guys used to kid me about getting to the rodeo an hour or an hour-and-a-half before the rodeo because I had to warm up four horses, including the hazing horse. But I’ve always liked the competition and camaraderie. I’m kind of the go-to guy when you need to know about a steer or need a horse to ride.”

The other champions in this $23,868 rodeo were bareback rider Dustin Smith (80 points), saddle bronc riders Cole Bilbro and Justin Caylor (77 points each), tie-down roper Brad Hartt (8.0 seconds), bull rider Steven Campbell (85 points) and barrel racer Christi Torborg (13.72 seconds).


3. News and notes from the rodeo trail

Bull rider Brett Stall delivered the big highlight during the first week of the National Western Stock Show Rodeo in Denver, completing a 93-point ride on Burns Rodeo’s Ice T in the first round to tie the arena record set by Kanin Asay in 2009. With an 85-pointer in round two, Stall leads the average as well with 178 points. That has him exactly on the same pace as Shane Proctor, who won in 2011 after being 178 on two, and also last year’s champion, Seth Glause … Through Jan. 19, attendance at the National Western Stock Show was up four percent from a year ago to nearly 300,000 … The annual Cowboy Downhill ski event in Steamboat Springs, Colo., got through its 39th rendition Jan. 21 with almost all of the competing PRCA members suffering nothing much more than bruised pride. Steer wrestler Blake Knowles of Heppner, Ore., won the slalom event by 3.7 seconds over saddle bronc rider Cort Scheer of Elsmere, Neb., while French bareback rider Evan Jayne – no surprise here – won the Stampede and the honor of surviving the best wreck went to bareback riderRichie Champion of The Woodlands, Texas. Champion donated his prize package to saddle bronc rider Kobyn Williamsof DeBerry, Texas, who broke a collarbone during the day’s festivities. Steamboat Motors donated $1,000 to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund and the Steamboat Springs Resort is going to donate the profits from its Cowboy Downhill merchandise sales to JCCF … A ranch, three cowboys and a Cowboy: The Jan. 17 Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame induction ceremony in the Fort Worth Stockyards honored 14-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Sandy Kirby, Justin Sportsmedicine Medical Director Dr. Tandy Freeman, the late stock contractor Tommy Steiner, the Fort Worth-based Edwards Ranch and former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Randy White, who was cited for his contributions in promoting the Western lifestyle … Four-time Wrangler NFR steer wrestling qualifier Sean Mulligan suffered a torn ACL at the SandHills Stock Show & Rodeo in Odessa, Texas, and is deciding whether to rehab and use a brace or undergo surgery … A nearly 14-foot-high sculpture of three-time (1998-2000) PRCA Bareback Horse of the Year Commotion has been received at the Beutler Rodeo Hall at the Old Town Museum in Elk City, Okla. Commotion was born and raised on the Beutler Ranch and owned by Bennie Beutler and Ed Gaylord. Beutler commissioned the work by artist T.D. Kelseyat Billings (Mont.) Bronze and it took more than a year to complete. The formal dedication will come over the Labor Day weekend when the Elk City Rodeo of Champions celebrates its 75th anniversary … Xtreme Bulls Tour contestants and rodeo queens will be at Rapid City, S.D.’s Main Street Square from 10-11:30 a.m. on Jan. 26 to sign autographs and help promote the Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo … The Gerry (N.Y.) Volunteer Fire Department Rodeo was named “The Cowboys’ Favorite” during the recent Ram First Frontier Circuit Finals Rodeo in Harrisburg, Pa. “We must be doing something right,” Rodeo Chairman Tom Atwell told the Gerry Post-Journal, “and this award speaks to the dedication to our department and all of our volunteers.”… Officials of the Montana State Fair Rodeo in Great Falls are prepared to invest more money in advertising to lure more fans from southern Alberta to attend their event July 26 through Aug. 3. The state’s Office of Tourism has pledged to commit $10,000 to the effort if local funds can be raised to match that amount … The Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo team and coach Stockton Graves are mourning the loss of Rylee Miller, 21, who died Jan. 14 when her sport utility vehicle crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with a tractor-trailer.


“(The Wrangler NFR) was everything I had always dreamed of and more. I had been there to watch before and even that sent chills up my spine. You don’t realize how awesome it is until you’re actually there (competing). It’s nice that I can wear my NFR coat around to show that I accomplished something, but my goal is still to go for that gold buckle.”

– Bareback rider J.R. Vezain telling the Casper Star-Tribune about his debut at the Finals in Las Vegas last month.


5. Next Up

Jan. 17     National Western Stock Show & Rodeo, Denver, ongoing

Jan. 22     PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour Division 2 event, Fort Worth, Texas, begins

Jan. 24     Southwestern Exposition & Livestock Show, Fort Worth, Texas, begins

Jan. 25     PRCA Championship Rodeo, Lincoln, Neb., begins

Jan. 25     PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour event, Rapid City, S.D., begins

Jan. 25     New Mexico Stampede, Rio Rancho, N.M., begins

Jan. 25     Mississippi Championship Rodeo, Tupelo, begins

Jan. 25     Williston (Fla.) ProRodeo begins

Jan. 25     Homestead (Fla.) Championship Rodeo begins

Jan. 26     Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo, Rapid City, S.D., begins



Through Jan. 22, 2013


Bareback Riding

1.    George Gillespie IV, Placerville, Calif.                           $5,263

2.    Jake Halverson, Decatur, Texas                                         5,240

3.    Matthew Smith, Leesville, La.                                          4,999

4.    Bobby Mote, Culver, Ore.                                                 4,651

5.    Jake Brown, Hillsboro, Texas                                            4,273

6.    Orin Larsen, Twin Falls, Idaho                                          3,611

7.    Chris Harris, Itasca, Texas                                                 3,444

8.    Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D.                                                  3,004

9.    Clint Cannon, Waller, Texas                                              2,984

Casey Colletti, Pueblo, Colo.                                            2,984

11.  Tray Chambliss III, Waller, Texas                                     2,913

12.  D.V. Fennell, Lake Charles, La.                                        2,675

13.  Winn Ratliff, Leesville, La.                                               2,619

14.  Dustin Smith, Rome, Ga.                                                  2,564

15.  Casey Breuer, Mandan, N.D.                                            2,523

16.  Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn.                                      2,362

17.  Will Lowe, Canyon, Texas                                                2,334

18.  Steven Anding, Athens, Texas                                          2,272

19.  Jared Smith, Cross Plains, Texas                                       2,217

20.  Chase Erickson, Helena, Mont.                                         2,138


Steer Wrestling

1.    Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont.                                             $5,509

2.    Cooper Shofner, Huntsville, Texas                                    5,000

3.    Shayde Etherton, Borden, Ind.                                         4,844

4.    Derek Stewart, Hearne, Texas                                           4,163

5.    Jacob Talley, Keatchie, La.                                                3,729

6.    Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan.                                                3,664

7.    Weston Taylor, Perryton, Texas                                        3,661

8.    Justin Thigpen, Waycross, Ga.                                          3,050

9.    Riley Duvall, Checotah, Okla.                                           3,033

10.  Jason Miller, Lance Creek, Wyo.                                       2,936

11.  Tanner Milan, Cochrane, Alberta                                      2,859

12.  Ethen Thouvenell, Napa, Calif.                                         2,801

13.  Juan Alcazar Jr., Kissimmee, Fla.                                      2,711

14.  Morgan Grant, New Waverly, Texas                                 2,690

15.  Chance Howard, Cedarville, Ark.                                     2,639

16.  Jason Schaffer, Broadus, Mont.                                        2,475

17.  Bill Pace, Stephenville, Texas                                            2,417

18.  Brad McGilchrist, Marysville, Calif.                                 2,413

19.  Todd Suhn, Hermosa, S.D.                                               2,349

Stan Branco, Chowchilla, Calif.                                         2,349

Kyle Broce, La Junta, Colo.                                              2,349


Team Roping (header)

1.    B.J. Campbell, Aguila, Ariz.                                            $6,589

2.    Justin Davis, Madisonville, Texas                                     5,881

3.    Landon McClaugherty, Tilden, Texas                               5,068

4.    Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz.                                      4,750

5.    Bradley Massey, Perry, Fla.                                               4,505

6.    Turtle Powell, Stephenville, Texas                                    4,410

7.    Logan Olson, Flandreau, S.D.                                           4,357

8.    Zayne Dishion, Bishop, Calif.                                           4,183

9.    Charly Crawford, Prineville, Ore.                                     3,913

10.  Clay White, Shandon, Calif.                                             3,876

11.  Clayton Hass, Terrell, Texas                                              3,762

12.  Justin Lovell, Grapeland, Texas                                        3,736

13.  Brad Hamilton, Pollok, Texas                                           3,587

14.  Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M.                                         3,282

15.  Levi Simpson, Claresholm, Alberta                                   3,229

16.  Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla.                                          3,135

17.  Blaine Vick, Dublin, Texas                                                3,106

18.  Bryce Palmer, Milton-Freewater, Ore.                              3,078

19.  Tyler Wade, Terrell, Texas                                                 2,944

20.  Nathan McWhorter, Telephone, Texas                              2,767


Team Roping (heeler)

1.    Kory Koontz, Sudan, Texas                                            $6,071

2.    JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas                                         5,389

3.    Tommy Zuniga, Centerville, Texas                                    5,068

4.    Cory Petska, Marana, Ariz.                                               4,750

5.    Shane Hester, Lakeland, Fla.                                             4,505

6.    Matt Kasner, Cody, Neb.                                                  4,357

7.    Jim Ross Cooper, Monument, N.M.                                  3,913

8.    John Chaves, Los Alamos, Calif.                                      3,876

9.    Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas                                      3,762

10.  Travis Graves, Jay, Okla.                                                   3,736

Michael Fortenberry, Groveton, Texas                              3,736

12.  Tyler McKnight, Wells, Texas                                           3,646

13.  Jhett Johnson, Casper, Wyo.                                             3,504

14.  Randall Richards, Bedias, Texas                                       3,491

15.  John Robertson, Polson, Mont.                                         3,229

16.  Jake Pianalto, Rose, Okla.                                                 3,135

17.  Jake Minor, Ellensburg, Wash.                                          3,078

18.  Twister Cain, Gonzales, Texas                                          2,767

19.  Tim Ross, Lipan, Texas                                                     2,755

20.  Zak Richardson, Westville, Fla.                                        2,733


Saddle Bronc Riding

1.    Cody Wright, Milford, Utah                                           $6,933

2.    Spencer Wright, Milford, Utah                                         5,482

3.    Heith DeMoss, Heflin, La.                                                4,985

4.    Tyrel Larsen, Inglis, Manitoba                                           4,345

5.    Mert Bradshaw, Eagle Point, Ore.                                    3,436

6.    Cole Elshere, Faith, S.D.                                                   3,096

7.    Troy Crowser, Whitewood, S.D.                                       2,990

8.    Dean Wadsworth, Ozona, Texas                                       2,881

9.    Jesse Bail, Camp Crook, S.D.                                            2,830

10.  Chuck Schmidt, Keldron, S.D.                                         2,603

11.  Nick Laduke, Livermore, Calif.                                        2,540

12.  Cort Scheer, Elsmere, Neb.                                               2,397

13.  Mike Johnson, Adair, Okla.                                               2,292

14.  Brady Nicholes, Hoytsville, Utah                                     2,079

15.  Louie Brunson, Interior, S.D.                                            2,076

16.  Eddie Parlier, Johnson City, Tenn.                                    1,983

17.  Bryan Hammons, Victoria, Texas                                      1,826

18.  Curtis Garton, Kaitaia, New Zealand                                 1,805

19.  Tol Cawley, Crockett, Texas                                             1,716

20.  Ryan MacKenzie, Homedale, Idaho                                 1,618


Tie-down Roping

1.    Justin Maass, Giddings, Texas                                        $9,556

2.    Blair Burk, Durant, Okla.                                                  6,600

3.    Caleb Smidt, Yorktown, Texas                                         5,616

4.    Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D.                                           4,663

5.    Barrett Threadgill, Hallettsville, Texas                              4,564

6.    Clint Cooper, Decatur, Texas                                            4,088

7.    Jesse Clark, Portales, N.M.                                                3,776

8.    Blake Hirdes, Turlock, Calif.                                             3,668

9.    Justin Macha, Needville, Texas                                         3,570

10.  Will Blomberg, Sweet Water, Texas                                 3,050

11.  Jade Conner, Iowa, La.                                                     2,948

12.  Cody McCartney, Ottawa Lake, Mich.                             2,939

13.  Boe Brown, Harrold, S.D.                                                 2,910

14.  Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas                                      2,904

15.  Cedric Martin, Wharton, Texas                                         2,795

16.  J.D. Kibbe, Portales, N.M.                                                2,734

17.  Morgan Grant, New Waverly, Texas                                 2,669

18.  Seth Childers, Cameron, Texas                                         2,602

19.  Trent Walls, Stephenville, Texas                                       2,505

20.  Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev.                                             2,374


Steer Roping

1.    Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas                                          $11,207

2.    Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas                                          7,247

3.    Bryce Davis, Ovalo, Texas                                                5,941

4.    Joe Wells, Cisco, Texas                                                     5,084

5.    Kim Ziegelgruber, Edmond, Okla.                                    4,935

6.    J. Paul Williams, Burbank, Okla.                                       4,705

7.    Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas                                         4,276

8.    Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla.                                          4,232

9.    Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas                                             3,570

10.  Tim Abbott, Midland, Texas                                             3,361

11.  Coy Thompson, Whitewood, S.D.                                    3,017

12.  Walter Priestly, Robstown, Texas                                     2,525

13.  Shorty Garten, Pawhuska, Okla.                                       2,420

14.  Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas                             2,262

15.  Rod Hartness, Pawhuska, Okla.                                        2,169

16.  Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas                                        2,151

17.  Neal Wood, Needville, Texas                                            2,106

18.  Mike Outhier, Utopia, Texas                                             2,037

19.  Shane Suggs, Granbury, Texas                                          2,005

20.  Will Gasperson, Decatur, Texas                                        1,837


Bull Riding

1.    Scottie Knapp, Albuquerque, N.M.                               $15,618

2.    Kanin Asay, Powell, Wyo.                                              10,685

3.    Chandler Bownds, Lubbock, Texas                                  9,993

4.    Bobby Welsh, Gillette, Wyo.                                            9,474

5.    Cooper Davis, Jasper, Texas                                              8,204

6.    Ardie Maier, Timber Lake, S.D.                                        6,325

7.    Tate Stratton, Kellyville, Okla.                                          5,791

8.    Reese Cates, Monticello, Ark.                                           5,315

9.    Cole Echols, Elm Grove, La.                                             5,203

10.  Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo.                                              4,535

11.  Blaine Skaggs, Hubbard, Ore.                                           4,487

12.  Friday Wright II, Moss Point, Miss.                                  4,179

13.  Ty Clearwater, LaCygne, Kan.                                          4,153

14.  Jeff Askey, Martin, Tenn.                                                  4,116

15.  Shane Proctor, Grand Coulee, Wash.                                3,975

16.  Cody Rostockyj, Hillsboro, Texas                                     3,696

17.  Steven Campbell, Carthage, Texas                                    3,687

18.  Cody Teel, Kountze, Texas                                               3,279

19.  Parker Greenwood, Big Piney, Wyo.                                3,088

20.  Neil Holmes, Houston, Texas                                                                2,712

*2013 Barrel Racing (through Jan. 22, 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. Fallon Taylor, Whitesboro, Texas                                       $16,007

2. Carlee Pierce, Stephenville, Texas                                          6,874

3. Kenna Squires, Fredonia, Texas                                            6,672

4. Jane Melby, Burneyville, Okla.                                             6,152

5. Brittany Pozzi, Victoria, Texas                                              5,727

6. Kelley Carrington-French,  Boston, Ga.                                 4,619

7. Jymmy Kay Cox, Gonzales            , Texas                             3,821

8. Kay Blandford, Sutherland Springs, Texas                            3,749

9. Lee Ann Rust, Stephenville, Texas                                         3,656

10. Cassie Moseley, Cedar Lane, Texas                                     3,565

11. Kassidy Dennison, Tohatchi, N.M.                                      3,298

12. Rainy Graham, Gardendale, Texas                                       3,272

13. Jenna Marie Moore, Johnson City, Texas                             3,227

14. Jaime Hinton, Ceres, Calif.                                                   3,166

15. Sherry Cervi, Marana, Ariz.                                                  3,151

16. Kendra Dickson, Aubrey, Texas                                          3,128

17. Mary Walker, Ennis, Texas                                                   2,986

18. Tana Renick, Kingston, Okla.                                               2,819

19. Linda Vick, Hesperia, Calif.                                                2,710

20. Tammy Fischer, Ledbetter, Texas                                         2,693


7. 2013 PRCA Xtreme Bulls Standings

Unofficial through Jan. 22, 2013

1.    Scottie Knapp, Albuquerque, N.M.                                $11,944

2.    Kanin Asay, Powell, Wyo.                                               10,594

3.    Blaine Skaggs, Hubbard, Ore.                                            8,353

4.    Cooper Davis, Jasper, Texas                                              4,750