The NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat runs March 5-12, 2022 at Rancho Rio in Wickenburg, Arizona. Below are all the winners, and full results can be found here.
#8.5 Truck Roping
Kait Belone, Leupp, Arizona, and Tel Sorenson, Watford City, North Dakota, won the average in the #8.5 Ram Truck Roping with a time of 26.25 seconds on three head, worth $15,000 and Gist Silversmiths trophy buckles.
Martin Savedra, Grants, New Mexico, won $9,320 for second with Carter Hutchison and $6,220 with HP Evetts for fourth, making him the high-point winner of the Ram Truck.
Jubal Williamson, Cliff, New Mexico, and Will Hooper, Animas, New Mexico, won $7,840 for their time of 42.63 seconds on four head.
Rod Week, Kearney, Nebraska, and Danny Eagerton, Wittman, Arizona, were 41.68 on four to win $10,720 March 7 at Rancho Rio.
California’s Craig Maciver and Bobby Willis won the #9.5 Legends at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat, worth $11,040 for a time of 38.99 seconds on four head.
Alberta, Canada’s Tracy Duce and Frank Simpson roped four steers in 44.60 seconds to win $12,600 in the #10.5 Legends at Rancho Rio March 7.
Unquestionably legends, Wickenburg, Arizona’s Stefani Lyman and Llano, Texas’s Tee Woolman won the #11.5 Legends with a time of 37.96 seconds on four head, worth $11,640.
Florence, Arizona’s Pedro Egurrola and Casa Grande’s Logan Cullen won the Open Championships with a time of 37.55 seconds on five head, worth $10,800.
Braden Hutchison, Watford City, North Dakota, and Conner Herren, Crooks, South Dakota, were 33.81 on four head to win $8,020 in the #10.5 Megabucks in March 8.
Morristown, Arizona’s Katelyn Perkins and Jerome, Idaho’s Conor Ward roped four steers in 35.40 seconds, winning the roping by a full second worth $8,460.
North Dakota’s Braden Hutchison and Yoder, Wyoming’s Clayton VanAken won the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat with a time of 33.14 seconds on four head, worth $22.340.
Watford City, North Dakota’s Hayden Hutchison and Blackfoot, Idaho’s Britt Newman were 31.20 on four head to win $18,480 March 8 at Rancho Rio’s NTR National Finals presented by Ariat.
Quentin Anseth of Battle Mountain, Nevada, and Asher Freeman of Spring Creek, Nevada roped four steers in 31.19 seconds to earn $13,720 in the #14.5 Championships at the NTR National Finals presented by Ariat at Rancho Rio.
Obed Arreola Crus of Eagle, Colorado, and Dakota Brown of Sheridan, Wyoming, roped four steers in 38.59 seconds to win $8,000 in the second #8.5 Megabucks of the week at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat.
Decorah, Idaho’s Tom Massman and Wittman, Arizona’s Bobby Hamilton won $8,680 for roping four steers in 38.85 seconds to win the #9.5 Megabucks March 9 at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat at Rancho Rio in Wickenburg, Arizona.
Fort Lupton, Colorado’s Shayne O’Hotto and Buckeye, Arizona’s Glen Crane won $19,460 when they handily won the #10.5 VIP Championships at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat, roping four steers in 42.78 seconds.
Arizona’s Josh Smart and Vail Gutierrez won $25,900 for roping four steers in 37.43 seconds at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat.
Camas, Washington’s Joe Thompson and Medical Lake, Washington’s Larry Gleave were 35.05 on four head to win $25,400 in the #11.5 Finale at the NTR National Finals presented by Ariat.
Dylan Martin and Miguel Ruiz, both from Colorado’s Western Slope, won the #8.5 Finale by nearly 11 seconds March 10, worth $24,340 with a time of 35.88 seconds on four head.
Rashel Richards and Gilbert Garside—a father-daughter duo—won the #9.5 Finale at the NTR National Finals VIII presented by Ariat at Rancho Rio March 10, worth $26,140 for a time of 45.08 seconds on four head.