Full Results: 2022 USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping

The USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping in Fort Worth, Texas, hosts thousands of teams over a week each April and pays out millions and millions. Here are the roping's big winners.

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The 33rd USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping will host thousands of teams from across the country April 24-May 1 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. Here, you’ll find winners from every division as well as links to full results all week long. 

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Classic Equine #7 USTRC Championships

Hudson Smith and Billy Jones won $14,000 and Scott Thomas Saddles in the Classic Equine #7 USTRC Championships.
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Hudson Smith of Hamlin, Texas, and Billy Jones of Bangs, Texas, won the Classic Equine #7 USTRC Championships with a time of 7.47 seconds in the final round giving them a total time of 22.94 seconds on three head. They take home $14,000 and Scott Thomas Saddles. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place also received saddles. 

This event paid out a total of $66,500. Full results here.

RAM #9.5 Truck Roping

Ashtin McCune and Tyler Weber winning $15,000 in the RAM #9.5 Truck Roping.
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Ashtin McCune, of Beggs, Oklahoma, and Tyler Weber,  of Columbia, Pennsylvania, roped four steers in 30.97 seconds to win the average in the RAM #9.5 Truck Roping, earning $15,000. 

This event paid out a total of $70,000. Full results here.

Bogar Rascon received the keys to his brand new ride after earning enough points to win the RAM #9.5 Truck Roping.
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Bogar Rascon was the 2022 RAM #9.5 Truck Roping truck winner after placing 4th and 6th to earn enough points to take home a new Dodge Ram.

#8.5 Legends

Bret Carlson and Mike Colby win $21,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots in the #8.5 Legends.
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The second call back was the lucky call with Choctaw, Oklahoma’s Bret Carlson and El Reno, Oklahoma’s Mike Colby taking home $21,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots with a total time of 43.94 seconds on 4 steers. 

This event paid out a total of $77,000. Full results here.

HorsePower Boots #8.5 Shootout

Cael Cantu handling a steer for Trevor Skelton in the HorsePower Boots #8.5 Shootout for the win, $44,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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The high call back team of Cael Cantu, Banquete, Texas, and Trevor Skelton roped their final steer in 7.58 seconds to be 31.20 seconds on four head to win it all. They took home $44,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.

This event paid out a total of $209,000. Full results here.

#9.5 Legends over 50

Ross Harley and Greg Robertson took home $24,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots for their win in the #9.5 Legends.
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Paris, Texas’s Ross Harley and Hugo, Oklahoma’s Greg Robertson won the #9.5 Legends roping from third callback after roping their short round steer in 9.55 seconds, making them a time of 36.89 seconds on four head. They take home $24,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots. 

This event paid out a total of $87,500. Full results here.

Interstate Truck Center #9.5 Shootout

Cameron Capshaw set a big trap to heel two feet for Jhett Vanderhamm in the Interstate Truck Center #9.5 Shootout to take the win and $58,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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Second high call Jhett Vanderhamm, Ingalls, Kansas, and Cameron Capshaw, Calhan, Colorado, take home $58,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots with the winning time of 32.47 seconds on four head. 

The eighth call back team of Jeff Lognion and Dalton Miller were 6.12 seconds in the short round, giving them the second place and fast time win. They take home $47,000 along with Gist Silversmith Buckles for second. 

This event paid out a total of $284,000. Full results here.

#10.5 Legends over 40

Rickey Kuhn and Jared Herbst came from second callback to take the win in the #10.5 Legends worth $30,000, Gist Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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Lipan, Texas’s Rickey Kuhn and Stephenville, Texas’s Jared Herbst took home $30,000, along with Gist Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots in the 10.5 Legends with a time of 35.05 on four head. 

This event paid out a total of $116,700. Full results here.

Metalab #10.5 Shootout

Garrett Roffino and Kadin Babb are the fastest time in the short round to take the win in the #10.5 Shootout, worth $61,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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Second call back team Garrett Roffino, Combine, Texas, and Kadin Babb, Stephenville, Texas, roped their short round steer in 6.35 seconds for a total time of 28.74 seconds on four head to win the #10.5 Shootout and $61,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and Horse Power Boots.

This event paid out a total of $297,000. Full results here.

#11.5 Legends over 40

Shawn Edwards and Darrell Hicks are the #11.5 Legends champions with a time of 32.00 on four head, worth $28,000, Gist Buckles, Resistol Hats, and Horse Power Boots.
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The second high team back of Knickerbocker, Texas’s Shawn Edwards and Stephenville, Texas’s Darrell Hicks won the #11.5 Legends from second callback with a time of 32.00 on four head, worth $28,000, Gist Buckles, Resistol Hats, and Horse Power Boots. 

This event paid out a total of $109,500. Full results here.

IES Lighting #11.5 Shootout

Colton Sims handling a steer for Matt Gunta in the IES Lighting #11.5 Shootout to take home $65,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, HorsePower Boots, and $2,500 vouchers for brand new lights.
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High team back of Colton Sims, Mineral Wells, Texas, and Matt Gunta, Millsap, Texas, roped their last steer in 7.09 seconds, to take home $65,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots. IES also awarded the champs, giving them each a $2,500 voucher for brand new lights.

This event paid out a total of $312,400. Full results here.

#12.5 Legends over 40

Kyle Cauthorn and Scott Adrian won the #12.5 Legends roping with a time of 32.75 seconds on four head for $24,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, and Yeti Coolers.
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The second call back team of Kyle Cauthorn, Terrell, Texas, and Scott Adrian, Kaufman, Texas, took the win with a time of 8.57 seconds on their final steer and a total time of 32.75 seconds on four head. The winners take from the $82,000 total prize payout was $24,000, Gist Silversmith Buckles, and Yeti Coolers.

This event paid out a total of $82,000. Full results here.

Total Feeds #12.5 Shootout

Hunter Stanley and Twister Smith winning the Total Feeds #12.5 Shootout and $58,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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The high team back of Hunter Stanley, Mustang, Oklahoma, and Twister Smith, Jones, Oklahoma, took home $58,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots for their win in the Total Feeds #12.5 Shootout with a time of 30.30 seconds on four head. 

This event paid out a total of $276,000. Full results here.

YETI #13.5 Shootout

Kirk Williams and Shank Edwards roped four head in 28.82 seconds to win the YETI #13.5 Shootout from high team back, worth $50,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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Stringer, Mississippi’s Kirk Williams and Levelland, Texas’s Shank Edwards secured the No. 1 spot in the #13.5 Shootout by roping their short round steer in 7.44 seconds, giving them a total time of 28.82 seconds on four head, worth $50,000 and Scott Thomas Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.

This event paid out a total of $240,000. Full results here.

Resistol #14.5 Shootout

Tyler Pearson heeling on his leopard appy Dippin Dots behind Corben Culley to win the #14.5 Shootout and Scott Thomas Prize Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots.
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Corben Culley, Muse, Oklahoma, and World Champion Steer Wrestler Tyler Pearson, Atoka, Oklahoma, took home $44,000 Scott Thomas Prize Saddles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots for their win in the #14.5 Shootout with a time of 29.53 seconds on four head.

This event paid out a total of $211,000. Full results here.

#15.5 Shootout

Walker Smith and Zane Bruce roped four steers in 28.20 seconds to win $32,000 in the #15.5 Shootout. Andersen/CBarC Photography

Bedius, Texas’s Walker Smith, and Stephenville’s Zane Bruce roped four steers in 28.20 seconds—just .28 seconds faster than second place’s Jace Thorstenson and Ketch Kelton—to win the #15.5 Shootout and $32,000. Bruce also won the #16 Championship in 2018. 

This event paid out a total of $125,500. Full results here.

#16.5 Shootout

Cinch Moody and Rich Skelton winning the #16.5 Shootout and $30,000, Gist Trophy Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Top Hand Boots.
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The Llano, Texas, team of Cinch Moody and Rich Skelton won the #16.5 Shootout with a time of 30.98 seconds on four head, worth $30,000 plus Gist Trophy Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Top Hand Boots.

This event paid out a total of $92,000 Full results here.

Gold Buckle Beer US Open

Junior Nogueira has gotten to lay back on three Gold Buckle Beer US Open titles since 2017, all behind Kaleb Driggers. The team took home $42,200, Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots for their win.
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Reigning World Champions Kaleb Driggers, Albany, Georgia, and Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Sao Paolo, Brazil, won $42,200 plus Gist Silversmith Buckles, Resistol Hats, and HorsePower Boots for their third Gold Buckle Beer US Open title together since 2017 (Nogueira also won the #15.5 Shootout in 2017).

Driggers has also won second in the US Open twice. They roped five steers in 31.68 seconds for the win, and Driggers roped five with Paul Eaves in 33.48 seconds to win fourth and another $10,500, too.

This event paid out a total of $108,400. Full results here. 

Stand by for more winners all week long. And don’t forget: You can stream the whole roping HERE.