The 2021 Ariat World Series of Team Roping XV runs from Dec. 4 through 11 in Las Vegas at the South Point Arena. Here you will find updates on the champions from the Gold Buckle Beer Open to the World Finale on down to the #8.5 Resistol WSTR Finale.
Gold Buckle Beer Open to the World Finale
Riley Minor and Cory Petska stopped the clock in 6.31 seconds in the short round of the Gold Buckle Beer Open to the World Finale to secure the No. 1 position in the average with a time of 31.76 seconds on five head, worth $77,000 for the team.
#14.5 Priefert WSTR Finale
David McCallister and Pedro Maestas jumped to No.1 in the average from second callback of the #14.5 Priefert WSTR Finale after knocking down their short-round steer in 6.58 seconds, bringing their total time to 28.41 seconds on four head, worth $150,000 for the team.
#13.5 Yeti WSTR Finale
Clay Acuna, of Dublin, Texas, and Johnny Salvo, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, came in at fifth callback of the #13.5 Yeti WSTR Finale Short Round and laid down a run in 7.12 seconds to win the roping with a time of 29.72 seconds on four head, worth $206,000.
#12.5 Ariat WSTR Finale
Copie Dickson and Shane McCall took home $228,000 after winning the #12.5 Ariat WSTR Finale with a time of 29.66 seconds on four head, worth $228,000.
#11.5 Priefert WSTR Finale
Joshua Comeaux and Rickey DeCuir won the #11.5 Priefert WSTR Finale after roping four head in 31.52 seconds, worth $260,000 for the team.
#10.5 YETI WSTR Finale
Ty Crouch and Clay D. Alexander took home $326,000 after winning the #10.5 Yeti Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale with a time of 32.72 seconds on four head.
#9.5 Ariat WSTR Finale
Bud Swagel and Mike Foster knocked down their short round steer in the #9.5 Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale in 8.4-seconds to move them win the roping with a time of 35.65 seconds on four head, worth $352,000.
#8.5 Resistol WSTR Finale
Texas’ Mac Fairey and Tyrel Campbell won the #8.5 Resistol Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale after knocking down four head in 37.04 seconds, worth $244,000.