Down to the Wire: 2020 NFR Round 9 Steer Report
Billy Bob Brown says this pen of cattle should produce some fast runs, especially with teams gunning for go-rounds at this point of the week.

Kolton Schmidt and Hunter Koch: 850

Nelson Wyatt ran this one in Round 6 to be 4.6. That’s a good steer—sharp and down the middle.

Jeff Flenniken and Tyler Worley: 845

Chad Masters and Wesley Thorp were 4.3 on this one. He’s a little low-headed, but this steer also is a great chance. He steps to the right, so it can happen fast.

Nelson Wyatt and Levi Lord: 843

Jeff Flenniken ran this steer in Round 6 to be 4.5 He’s a great steer and a great chance here. That steer ran a great pattern and had good speed.

Erich Rogers and Paden Bray: 857

Brenten Hall missed his dally on this steer and took a no-time in Round 6. He’s a big-horned, gray steer and he’s good. 

Chad Masters and Wesley Thorp: 849

Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison were 4.2 in Round 6. This steer is amazing—great pattern and handles off great. The best in the pen! 

Charly Crawford and Logan Medlin: 537 

Kolton Schmidt took a no-time on this one in Round 6. The steer stepped left pretty good, and he hesitated starting a little.

Levi Simpson and Shay Carroll: 846 

Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins were 7.5 + 5 on him. The steer was down the middle and good! 

Clay Tryan and Jake Long: 798

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves ran this steer in Round 6, and they were 4.5. This steer started sharp and kind of steps back right when the head rope hits him, but he’s a good steer.

Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins: 766

This is the steer Erich Rogers got the barrier on in Round 6 to be 4.7 + 10. Clay Tryan also broke the barrier on this steer earlier. His big horns factor into the problems coming out of the chute.

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves: 842

Clay Smith and Jade Corkill were 7.3 + 5 on this one. He’s the Watusi with big horns. Clay hung it on him, but he stepped left a little and got Clay in the wall. The shorter the rope, the better for him. 

Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves: 851

This is the steer Cody Snow and Junior Nogueira won Round 6 with. He’s straight down the middle and handles great. 

Cody Snow and Junior Nogueira: 847 

Clay Tryan and Jake Long made a great run to be 4.0 on him. This is a great steer here—right down the middle. He’s one of three Herefords in the pen, and they are all good and similar.

Clay Smith and Jade Corkill: 852

Charly Crawford was a 4.0 + 10 on him in Round 6. He’s the other Hereford, and he’s a great chance.

Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison: 787

Levi Simpson and Shay Carroll ran this steer in Round 6, and they were 6 + 5. He’s a good steer. He stepped left, but he’s a good steer.

Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan: 741

Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves had this steer in Round 6 and were 4.1. He fought the chute pretty bad, but he was straight and good! Good chance. TRJ

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