Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII Full Results

Full list of champions from the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII, in Wickenburg, Arizona.

The Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII in Wickenburg, Arizona, produced by Yost Events, runs from Feb. 9–12 at Rancho Rio. Here you will find updates on the champions from the Open WSTR on down to the #7.5 WSTR Pick or Draw. Find all the updates right here, brought to you by Equinety

#15.5 Add-On

Teagan Bentley and Brandon Bates’ knocking down their short round steer in the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #15.5 Add-On. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Teagan Bentley and Brandon Bates secured their No.1 spot in the average of the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #15.5 Add-On after stopping the clock in 9.45 seconds in the short round. Bentley and Bates took home $24,460 for their time of 30.31 seconds on four head

Full Results

1. Teagan Bentley and Brandon Bates, 30.31 seconds on four head, worth $24,460

2. Wyatt Rita and Michael Eugenio Calmelat, 31.50 seconds on four head, worth $17,120

3. Cody Burnside and Clay Elkington, 32.62 seconds on four head, worth $13,040

4. Jon Peterson and Cody Hill, 34.24 seconds on four head, worth $9,780

5. Benjamin Balow and Coley Nicholls, 35.11 seconds on four head, worth $7,340

6. Corey Whinnery and Aaron Shelley, 35.17 seconds on four head, worth $5,700

7. Chase Mitchell and Matt Williams, 36.15 seconds on four head, worth $4,080

Short Go Fast Time

1. Kory Bramwell and Calvin Brevik, 11.24 second run, worth $2,000

#14.5 WSTR Qualifier

Quentin Anseth pulled this steer right into Asher Freeman’s heel loop to win the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #14.5 WSTR. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Quentin Anseth and Asher Freeman took home $28,920 for their efforts in the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #14.5 WSTR after roping four head in 29.96 seconds

Full Results

1. Quentin Anseth and Asher Freeman, 29.96 seconds on four head, worth $28,920

2. Shane Schwenke and Clayton Moore, 30.07 seconds on four head, worth $22,340

3. Payton Pirrung and Shad Chadwick, 30.80 seconds on four head, worth $15,780

4. Cooper Bradshaw and Coley Nicholls, 31.13 seconds on four head, worth $11,820

5. Jesse Hoover and Clay Elkington, 32.02 seconds on four head, worth $10,520

6. Rob Denny and Cesar Ochoa, 32.08 seconds on four head, worth $9,200

7. Hayden Hutchison and Max Kuttler, 32.16 seconds on four head, worth $7,880

8. Chase Mitchell and Rob Webb, 32.99 seconds on four head, worth $6,580

9. Hayden Hutchison and Brandon K. Ben, 33.01 seconds on four head, worth $5,260

10. Blair Lammers and Wyatt Kanan, 33.47 seconds on four head, worth $5,260

11. Alonso Lopez Jr. and Francisco Arias, 34.34 seconds on four head, worth $3,940

12. Megan E. Gunter and Paul Brashears, 35.06 seconds on four head, worth $3,940

Short Go Fast Time

1. Phil Burris and Kory Bramwell, 13.84-second run, worth $2,000

#13.5 WSTR Qualifier

Wacey Westcott and Clint Groff fought to the bitter end to win the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #13.5 WSTR. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Wacey Westcott and Clint Groff stopped the clock in the short round of the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #13.5 WSTR in 6.54 seconds to shuffle their way from 10th callback to No.1 to win the roping with an accumulative time of 31.47 seconds on four head, worth $29,240.

Full Results

1. Wacey Westcott and Clint Groff, 31.47 seconds on four head, worth $29,240

2/3. Chelsy Goldtooth and Joao Victor Miranda, 31.92 seconds on four head, worth $19,270

2/3. Martin Contreras and Rawley Ben, 31.92 seconds on four head, worth $19,270

4. Jay Crain and Wyatt Kanan, 32.27 seconds on four head, worth $11,960

5. Dale Whitlow and Travis Whitlow, 32.83 seconds on four head, worth $10,620

6. Houston Thomas and Dixon Winn, 32.87 seconds on four head, worth $8,300

7. Chaise Robbins and Hunter Karlson, 33.03 seconds on four head, worth $7,980

8. Bobby Tainter and Ryan Cook, 33.32 seconds on four head, worth $6,640

9. Benito Murrieta and Isaac Lopez, 33.38 seconds on four head, worth $5,320

10. Gabe Ramirez and Randy Harris, 33.56 seconds on four head, worth $5,320

11. Seth Fuchs and Joel Fuchs, 34.10 seconds on four head, worth $3,980

12. Rob Denny and Bruce Reidhead, 34.40 seconds on four head, worth $3,980

Short Go Fast Time

1. Rylee George and Mike Johns, 8.77-second run, worth $2,000

#12.5 WSTR Qualifier

Wyatt Kanan reached to capture two feet in the short go of the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #12.5 WSTR. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Cole Stevens and Wyatt Kanan won the Ariat WSTR Title Fights XII #12.5 WSTR with a time of 35.20 seconds on four head, worth $35,540

Full Results

1. Cole Stevens and Wyatt Kanan, 35.20 seconds on four head, worth $35,540

2. Casey Cummins and Alonzo Skunkcap, 35.44 seconds on four head, worth $27,460

3. Jake Peterson and Colton Cow, 35.67 seconds on four head, worth $19,380

4. David Kartak and Jeremy Wagner, 35.72 seconds on four head, worth $14,540

5. Paul Pike and Andrew Lucero, 36.12 seconds on four head, worth $12,920

6. Anthony Echelle and Brandon Gee, 36.34 seconds on four head, worth $11,300

7. Katelyn Perkins and Caleb Guardipee, 36.54 seconds on four head, worth $9,700

8. Clayton Torres and Clint Groff, 36.62 seconds on four head, worth $8,080

9. Jacob Perkins and Nathan Cooper, 36.71 seconds on four head, worth $6,460

10. Richard Nolen and Brandon Gee, 37.25 seconds on four head, worth $6,460

11. Beverly Robbins and Jessy Remsburg, 37.50 seconds on four head, worth $4,840

12. Larry Nielsen and Greg Langen, 38.61 seconds on four head, worth $4,840

13. Ty Sorrells and Tom Richards, 38.66 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

14. Sean Pascoe and Jeff Sparrowk, 39.11 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

Short Go Fast Time

Rashel Richards and Clay Cherry, 13.34-seconds run, worth $2,000

#11.5 WSTR Qualifier

It was a KNOCK OUT in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #11.5 for Keven Rossenbach and Josh Roberts. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Keven Rossenbach and Josh Roberts battled to the end in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #11.5. They knocked down four head in 34.14 seconds to win the average, worth $38,920.

Full Results

1. Keven Rossenbach and Josh Roberts, 34.14 seconds on four head, worth $38,920

2. Brandon Cordova and Dawson Lackey, 35.50 seconds on four head, worth $30,080

3. Luis Huerta and Prestin Huerta, 36.21 seconds on four head, worth $21,220

4. Jake Peterson and Carter Taylor, 36.42 seconds on four head, worth $15,920

5. Cody Slim and Ryan Richards, 36.58 seconds on four head, worth $14,140

6. Travis Rogensberg and David McCallister, 36.95 seconds on four head, worth $12,380

7. Sean Pascoe and Roy Owens, 36.96 seconds on four head, worth $10,620

8. Daren Lowry and Blair Wheatley, 37.31 seconds on four head, worth $8,840

9. Coby LittleSoldier and Bill Beard, 37.41 seconds on four head, worth $7,080

10. Stefani Lyman and Hunter Karlson, 37.76 seconds on four head, worth $7,080

11. Brennan Tallman and Kaleb Hella, 38.66 seconds on four head, worth $5,300

12. Rashel Richards and Ryan Richards, 38.80 seconds on four head, worth $5,300

13. Manuel Sandoval and Jimmy Moreno, 40.14 seconds on four head, worth $200

14. Lyman Tenney and Pablo Robles, 40.98 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

Short Go Fast Time

1. Paul Bonnett and Travis Spady, 12.0-seconds run, worth $2,000

#10.5 WSTR Qualifier

Bobby Roberts whipping a steer for Brent Pascoe to clean up in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #10.5. Andersen/CbarC Photography

California’s Bobby Roberts and Brent Pascoe took home $43,560 after knocking down four head in 35.08 seconds to win the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #10.5.

Full Results

1. Bobby Roberts and Brent Pascoe, 35.08 seconds on four head, worth $43,560

2. Daren Lowry and Hunter Lowry, 36.84 seconds on four head, worth $33,660

3. Malcolm Miles and Bryar Byrne, 38.00 seconds on four head, worth $23,760

4. Jorge Moreno and Ivan Noriega, 39.75 seconds on four head, worth $17,820

5. Tony Anderson and Lane Krutzfeldt, 39.87 seconds on four head, worth $15,840

6. Josh Smart and Vail Gutierrez, 40.02 seconds on four head, worth $13,860

7. Shawn Scott and Travis Sargent, 40.51 seconds on four head, worth $11,880

8. John Theiler and David McCallister, 42.97 seconds on four head, worth $9,900

9. Marvin Kleinbert and Daren Stoner, 43.03 seconds on four head, worth $7,920

10. Woody Richins and Rodney Wilcox, 43.39 seconds on four head, worth $7,920

11. John Wiggins and Eddie Cole, 43.49 seconds on four head, worth $5,940

12. Kawohi Schutte and Wyatt L. Adams, 44.80 seconds on four head, worth $5,940

13. Leo Teague and Mike Foster, 44.83 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

14. Don Lorow and Justin Putz, 44.86 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

Short Go Fast Time

1. Carlos Moreno and Evan Leiber, 13.63-second run, worth $2,000

#9.5 WSTR Qualifier

Andersen/CbarC Photography

Jamie Payton and Wayne Baize made a smooth run in the short round of the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #9.5 in 9.26 seconds to move them to No.1 in the average with a time of 38.76 seconds on for head to win the roping, worth $43,460

Full Results

1. Jamie Payton and Wayne Baize, 38.76 seconds on four head, worth $43,460

2. Gary Kiehne and Mark G. Thomas, 38.89 seconds on four head, worth $33,580

3/4. Blake Beck and Justin Sharp, 40.59 seconds on four head, worth $20,740

3/4. John Harshbarger and Hunter Lowry, 40.59 seconds on four head, worth $20,740

5. Stevie P. King and Roy Cox, 40.83 seconds on four head, worth $15,800

6. John Wiggins and Ryan Victory, 41.92 seconds on four head, worth $13,820

7. Rashel Richards and Gilbert Garside, 41.98 seconds on four head, worth $11,860

8. Roy Haught and Wayne Tomerlin, 42.27 seconds on four head, worth $9,880

9. Bobby Tainter and Ponch Trujillo, 42.92 seconds on four head, worth $7,900

10. Michael Snooks and Jon Rey, 43.05 seconds on four head, worth $7,900

11. Kelly Cheatham and Darren Mathews, 44.14 seconds on four head, worth $5,920

12. Richard Nolen and Dave Wingo, 44.99 seconds on four head, worth $5,920

13. Erik Phillips and Lyman Tenney, 45.34 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

14. Blake Beck and Radar Shepherd, 46.48 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

Short Go Fast Time

1. Woody Richins and Troy Pickett, 13.48-second run, worth $2,000

#10.5 Legends

Sean Moore and Keith May are smiling big for their efforts in the #10.5 Legends. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Sean Moore and Keith May came from seventh callback to win the average of the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #10.5 Legends with a time of 39.79 seconds on four head, worth $16,260.

Full Results

1. Sean Moore and Keith May, 39.79 seconds on four head, worth $16,260

2. Woody Richins and Troy Pickett, 41.08 seconds on four head, worth $11,620

3. Richard Nolen and Wayne Baize, 43.53 seconds on four head, worth $8,840

4. John Hannon and Carter Taylor, 43.63 seconds on four head, worth $6,500

5. John Wiggins and Michael Raney, 45.47 seconds on four head, worth $3,260

Short Go Fast Time

1. Beth Hughes and Mike Hughes, 10.08-second run, worth $2,000

#8.5 WSTR Qualifier

Shelly Pascoe pulls a steer into Kevin Pascoe’s loop to win big money. Andersen/CbarC Photography

California’s Shelly Pascoe and Kevin Pascoe won the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #8.5 with a time of 39.14 seconds on four head, pocketing $42,080

Full Results

1. Shelly Pascoe and Kevin Pascoe, 39.14 seconds on four head, worth $42,080

2. Darren Duvall and Aaron Harrell, 41.94 seconds on four head, worth $32,520

3. Danny Goddard and Doug Parker, 44.09 seconds on four head, worth $22,960

4. Tammy Lewis and Jon Rey, 44.23 seconds on four head, worth $17,220

5. Ryan Hammett and Robin Bland, 45.82 seconds on four head, worth $15,300

6. Steve Driver and Dan Ballek, 46.13 seconds on four head, worth $13,380

7. Jamie Walma and Chad Mathis, 46.78 seconds on four head, worth $11,460

8. Jana Kelly and Rees Jackman, 46.80 seconds on four head, worth $9,560

9. Marv Barton and Bobby Willis, 48.59 seconds on four head, worth $7,660

10. Georgie Murray and Steve M. Mallory, 48.59 seconds on four head, worth $7,660

11. Derek A. Brink and Dave Wingo, 49.20 seconds on four head, worth $5,740

12. Tyrone Ashman and Cass Gebbers, 50.14 seconds on four head, worth $5,740

13. Avery Gonzales and Steven Ocana, 52.23 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

14. Walt Scott and Mark Warrack, 54.21 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

Shot Go Fast Time 

1. Craig Moore and Bobby Taylor, 19.16-second run, worth $2,000

#7 WSTR Qualifier

Chuck Stewart and Troy A. Clark fought tough in the 7 WSTR Qualifier. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Chuck Stewart and Troy A. Clark won the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Title Fights XII #7 with a time of 50.17 seconds on four head, worth $17,940

Full Results

1. Chuck Stewart and Troy A. Clark, 50.17 seconds on four head, worth $17,940

2. Michell Rege and Bobby Taylor, 57.68 seconds on four head, worth $12,820

3. Jason Mclnnes and Jon Rey, 61.67 seconds on four head, worth $9,740

4. Chris Gierisch and Ricky Bonds, 61.71 seconds on four head, worth $7,180

5. Mack Crow and Lorrie R. Smith, 65.19 seconds on four head, worth $3,600

Short Go Fast Time

1. Chuck Stewart and Troy A. Clark, 10.90-second run, worth $2,000

Open WSTR Qualifier

Nano Garza pulls back on two feet in the short round of the Open WSTR qualifier for him and Tanner Baldwin to be crowned champions. Andersen/CbarC Photography

Tanner Baldwin and Nano Garza held on to their No.1 position in the average of the Open WSTR qualifier after roping their short round steer in 9.13 seconds, making them a combined time of 30.67 seconds on four head, worth $14,920

Full Results

1. Tanner Baldwin and Nano Garza, 30.67 seconds on four head, worth $14,920

2. Austin Crist and Trevor Kirchenchlager, 30.90 seconds on four head, worth $10,660

3. Devon Johnson and Jessen James, 31.20 seconds on four head, worth $8,100

4. Jason Thorstenson and Trae Smith, 32.34 seconds on four head, worth $5,980

5. Justin Young and Trent Tunke, 33.18 seconds on four head, worth $2,980

Short Go Fast Time

1. Kash Bonnett and Logan Spady, 5.61-second run, worth $2,000