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Ariat WSTR Shelley Productions Mega-Qualifier Full Results

Full list of champions from the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's Mega-Qualifiers in Decatur, Texas.

The third Ariat World Series of Team Roping Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas, produced by Shelley Productions, runs from Dec. 9–Dec. 13 at the NRS Arena. Here you will find updates on the champions from the Gold Buckle Beer Open Roping on down to the #8.5 Mega-Qualifier. You can find all the updates right here. 

Gold Buckle Beer Open Mega-Qualifier 

Kaleb Driggers heads a steer for Cory Petska in the NRS Arena to win the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's Gold Buckle Beer Open Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas.

Kaleb Driggers and Cory Petska won the Gold Buckle Beer Open Mega-Qualifier after roping five head in 37.17 seconds, worth $16,480.

Kaleb Driggers and Cory Petska kicked off the Decatur, Texas, Mega-Qualifiers after knocking down five head in 37.17 seconds, worth $16,480. They came into the short round at high team back and roped their fifth steer in 7.58 seconds to secure the average win. 

Full Results

1. Kaleb Driggers and Cory Petska, 37.17 seconds on five head, worth $16,480

2. Jake Orman and Brye Crites, 38.04 seconds on five head, worth $12,360

3. Kellan Johnson and Carson Johnson, 39.11 seconds on five head, worth $8,240

4. Lightning Aguilera and Lane Siggins, 42.07 seconds on five head, worth $4,120

Short-Go Fast Time

1. Brayden Parker and Justice Thompson, 5.64 seconds, worth $2,000

#14.5 Mega-Qualifier 

Keston Rizzo and Billie Jack Saebens shake hands for an award shot after winning the Ariat WSTR #14.5 Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas.

Keston Rizzo turned four steers for two-time NFR qualifier Billie Jack Saebens to win the #14.5 Mega-Qualifier.

Oklahoma came to play in Texas. Keston Rizzo turned four steers for two-time NFR qualifier Billie Jack Saebens to win the #14.5 Mega-Qualifier. They knocked down four steers in 30.04 seconds, worth $16,770 at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's #14.5 Mega-Qualifier at the NRS Arena in Decatur, Texas.

Full Results

1. Keston Rizzo and Billie Jack Saebens, 30.04 seconds on four head, worth $16,770

2. Cash Fretwell and Cooper Robertson, 33.38 seconds on four head, worth $11,980

3. Jacob Carr and Ryan OHearn, 33.60 seconds on four head, worth $9,100

4. Barry Berg and Colton Brittain, 34.28 seconds on four head, worth $6,720

5. Jeff Hilton and Shawn Vargas, 34.83 seconds on four head, worth $3,350

Short-Go Fast Time

1. Truman Magnus and Laramie Allen, 5.98 seconds, worth $2,000

#13.5 Mega-Qualifier 

Clay Deen handled four steers for Cooper Robertson to stop the clock in a total time of 31.89 seconds to win the #13.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Clay Deen handled four steers for Cooper Robertson to stop the clock in a total time of 31.89 seconds to win the #13.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Texas' Clay Deen and Cooper Robertson roped four head in 31.89 seconds to secure the average win in the #13.5 Mega-Qualifier, worth $17,110 at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's Shelley Productions Mega-Qualifier event at the NRS Arena in Decatur, Texas.

Full Results

1. Clay Deen and Cooper Robertson, 31.89 seconds on four head, worth $17,110

2. Lan Sparlin and Justice Thompson, 32.24 seconds on four head, worth $12,220

3. Shane Williams and Scott Wilson, 34.42 seconds on four head, worth $9,290

4. Jorge Jauregui Marrufo and Jesus Chumel Paez, 35.22 seconds on four head, worth $6,840

5. Eric Dunn and Tyler Senior, 35.72 seconds on four head, worth $3,420

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Shane Williams and Ruben Gonzales, 6.66 seconds, worth $2,000

#12.5 Mega-Qualifier 

Aaron Shelley pulled back on two feet for John Atkinson to win the #12.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Aaron Shelley pulled back on two feet for John Atkinson to win the #12.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Texas' John Atkinson and Arizona's Aaron Shelley roped four steers in 33.49 seconds to win the Ariat World Series of Team Roping #12.5 Mega-Qualifier produced by Shelley Productions, earring them a total of $20,000. 

Full Results

1. John Atkinson and Aaron Shelley, 33.49 seconds on four head, worth $20,000

2. Trevor Connolly and Jonathan Rascon, 33.54 seconds on four head, worth $14,000

3. Tyler Wagnon and Max Vincent, 35.61 seconds on four head, worth $10,350

4. Kayelen Helton and Colton Tate, 36.42 seconds on four head, worth $7,300

5. Barry Berg and Ethan Shelley, 37.08 seconds on four head, worth $5,480

6. Steve Nolen and Ryan Nolen, 37.25 seconds on four head, worth $3,650

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Phillip Shurden and Ray Danley, 12.03 seconds, worth $2,000

#11.5 Mega-Qualifier 

Chance Hanna and Colton Tate won the #11.5 Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas. 

Chance Hanna and Colton Tate won the #11.5 Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas. 

Chance Hanna turned four steers for Colton Tate to dominate in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's #11.5 Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas. They stopped the clock in 33.49 seconds, worth $23,160. 

Full Results

1. Chance Hanna and Colton Tate, 33.49 seconds on four head, worth $23,160

2. Eric Dunn and Jason B Hughes, 34.02 seconds on four head, worth $16,220

3. Travis R. Lymber and Taylor Rossenbach, 34.96 seconds on four head, worth $12,350

4. Steve Nolan and Tom McClure, 35.53 seconds on four head, worth $9,260

5. Jill Jameson and Jason Childers, 36.07 seconds on four head, worth $6,950

6. Bryce Walker and Jason Jones, 36.22 seconds on four head, worth $5,400

7. Jay Adams and Luke McClymond, 37.38 seconds on four head, worth $3,860

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Alfonso Gonzalez and Alejandro Barrera, 7.75 seconds, worth $2,000

#10.5 Mega-Qualifier

Courtney and Clayton Jackson made four runs in 36.39 seconds to win the #10.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Courtney and Clayton Jackson made four runs in 36.39 seconds to win the #10.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Courtney and Clayton Jackson bounced back from a miss in an earlier roping at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's Shelley Productions Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas, to win the #10.5 Mega-Qualifier with a time of 36.39 seconds on four head, worth $25,780.

Full Results

1. Courtney Jackson and Clayton Jackson, 36.39 seconds on four head, worth $25,780

2. Kenny Knox and Markus Mariluch, 36.48 seconds on four head, worth $17,500

3. Clay Emmons and Dewey Dyer, 36.63 seconds on four head, worth $13,810

4. Dustin Knowles and Heston Jenkins, 36.68 seconds on four head, worth $10,130

5. Ashley Bentley and Glen Terrell, 38.74 seconds on four head, worth $8,290

6. Kay Coltharp and John Coltharp, 38.76 seconds on four head, worth $7,370

7. Mary Brighton Elkins and Ike Mcbroom, 39.17 seconds on four head, worth $5,520

8. James Jordan and Dale Martin, 41.45 seconds on four head, worth $3,680

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Lynn Easterwood and Don Bay, 8.53 seconds, worth $2,000

#9.5 Mega-Qualifier

B Rad Lands turned a black and white paint steer for Kelly Jackson in the #9.5 Mega-Qualifier short round to win the average. 

B Rad Lands turned a black and white paint steer for Kelly Jackson in the #9.5 Mega-Qualifier short round to win the average. 

Kaufman, Texas' B Rad Lands and Kelly Jackson knocked down four head in 38.10 seconds to win the Ariat WSTR #9.5 Mega-Qualifier in Decatur, Texas, worth $18,280. Lands also won the short go fast-time with Goose Cummings with a 8.75-second run, worth $2,000.

Full Results

1. B Rad Lands and Kelly Jackson, 38.10 seconds on four head, worth $18,280

2. Jill Edwards and JB Kirchenschlager, 39,31 seconds on four head, worth $13,060

3. Dave Williams and Taylor Rossenbach, 40.72 seconds on four head, worth $9,930

4. John Atkinson and Bobby Payne, 41.34 seconds on four head, worth $7,310

5. Mike Ogrin and Clint Long, 41.62 seconds on four head, worth $3,660

Short Go Fast-Time

1. B Rad Lands and Goose Cummings, 8.75 seconds, worth $2,000

#8.5 Mega-Qualifier

Kayce Hein was the second lady to win a Mega-Qualifier, heading for Scotty McCoy in the #8.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Kayce Hein was the second lady to win a Mega-Qualifier, heading for Scotty McCoy in the #8.5 Mega-Qualifier. 

Kayce Hein handled four steers for Scotty McCoy in the Ariat WSTR #8.5 Mega-Qualifier to win the roping with a time of 43.84 seconds, worth $15,500 at the NRS Arena in Decatur, Texas.

Full Results

1. Kayce Hein and Scotty J McCoy, 43.84 seconds on four head, worth $15,500

2. Rickey Kuhn and Wayne L Bell, 49.81 seconds on four head, worth $11,630

3. Christie McClary and Chris Orr, 53.09 seconds on four head, worth $7,750

4. Ray Garcia and Mackenna Mclntyre, 56.63 seconds on four head, worth $3,880

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Richard Fitzpatrick and Lonnie Morris, 16.34 seconds, worth $600

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