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Full Results: 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping
The 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping kicked off April 21 and runs until April 28 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Hazen Lamb took home the Ram truck in the Succeed #9.5 Truck Roping after winning fourth and 13th. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The 35th Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping kicked off April 21, 2024, and runs through April 28 in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. 

The Team Roping Journal is providing on-site social media coverage on Facebook and Instagram, and run-by-run results are all available on Global Handicaps’ TimeTracker.

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Sunday, April 21

Lawley’s #16.5 Shootout

Coy Brittain and Dustin Egusquiza took home $26,220 for winning the Lawley’s #16.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Six-time NFR header Dustin Egusquiza swapped ends to win the Lawley’s #16.5 Shootout heeling for Coy Brittain. They won $26,220 for a time of 25.20 on four steers.

Thrive Equine CBD #15.5 Shootout

Justin Davis and Will Smith won the Thrive Equine CBD #15.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The Texas team of Justin Davis and Will Smith roped four steers in 27.14 seconds to win $32,950 in the Thrive Equine CBD #15.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping.

Yeti Open Shootout

Andrew Ward and Jake Long won the coveted Yeti Open Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Second partners Andrew Ward and Jake Long took home the Yeti Open Shootout win for $32,300 after roping five steers in 29.14 seconds.

Monday, April 22

Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout

Nathan Kirtley and Jett Hillman pose with their saddles for winning the Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout at the 2024 USTRC NFTR.
Nathan Kirtley and Jett Hillman won $46,340 for the Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout at the 2024 USTRC NFTR. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Oklahoma boys Nathan Kirtley and Jett Hillman took home the Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout win at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR with a 28.33 on four steers for $46,340.

Thrive Equine CBD #13.5 Shootout

Deweldon Watson heading a steer for Reno Gonzales in the Thrive Equine CBD #13.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR.
Deweldon Watson and Reno Gonzales took home the Thrive Equine CBD #13.5 Shootout win at the 2024 Cinch USTRC NFTR. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Deweldon Watson and Reno Gonzales came from 13th callback to win the Thrive Equine CBD #13.5 Shootout for $60,000 with a 29.38 on four head.

Tuesday, April 23

Resistol #12.5 Shootout

Randall Phelps and Austin Shives pose with their trophy saddles for winning the Resistol #12.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping.
Randall Phelps and Austin Shives won the Resistol #12.5 Shootout at the 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The Texas team of Randall Phelps and Austin Shives pocketed $67,000 for the Resistol #12.5 Shootout win with a 27.36 on four head.

Horse Power Boots #12.5 Legends Over 40

Lance Mudd and Brandon Danker roping a steer to win the Horse Power Boots #12.5 Legends Over 40 at the 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping.
Lance Mudd and Brandon Danker won the Horse Power Boots #12.5 Legends Over 40 at the 2024 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Draw partners Lance Mudd and Brandon Danker took home the Horse Power Boots #12.5 Legends Over 40 win with a 30.30 on four steers for $26,800.

Wednesday, April 24

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation #11.5 Shootout

Kelon Andrews and Logan White won the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation #11.5 Shootout. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Young guns Kelon Andrews and Logan White took home $72,000 for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation #11.5 Shootout win with a 29.71 on four steers.

Horse Power Boots #11.5 Legends Over 40

Hippie Sanchez and Kelly Boswell won the Horse Power Boots #11.5 Legends Over 40. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Hippie Sanchez and Kelly Boswell pocketed $36,000 for the Horse Power Boots #11.5 Legends Over 40 win with a 30.58 on four head.

Cinch Ladies Open with #9.5 Incentive

Avery Foegelle and Rylie Smith were the champs of the Cinch Ladies Open. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Texas girls Avery Foegelle and Rylie Smith roped four steers in 38.35 to win the Cinch Ladies Open with #9.5 Incentive for $5,000.

Thursday, April 25

Yeti #10.5 Shootout

Paisley Foegelle and Matt Leavitt won the Yeti #10.5 Shootout from the fourth high callback, roping four head in 30.77 seconds.
Paisley Foegelle and Matt Leavitt won the Yeti #10.5 Shootout from the fourth high callback, roping four head in 30.77 seconds. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Paisley Foegelle and Matt Leavitt won the Yeti #10.5 Shootout from the fourth high callback, roping four head in 30.77 seconds for $73,000.

Priefert #10.5 Legends Over 40

Rene Garcia and Keith Coleman took home the #10.5 Priefert Legends Over 40 Championship with a time of 31.47 seconds on four head, worth $39,500.
Rene Garcia and Keith Coleman took home the #10.5 Priefert Legends Over 40 Championship with a time of 31.47 seconds on four head, worth $39,500. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Rene Garcia and Keith Coleman took home the #10.5 Priefert Legends Over 40 Championship with a time of 31.47 seconds on four head, worth $39,500.

Friday, April 26

Lawley’s #9.5 Shootout

Teens Case Logston and Kail Brunson rounded up a $70,000 payday in the Lawley's #9.5 Shootout.
Teens Case Logston and Kail Brunson rounded up a $70,000 payday in the Lawley’s #9.5 Shootout. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Teens Case Logston and Kail Brunson rounded up a $70,000 payday in the Lawley’s #9.5 Shootout for roping four steers in 31.70 seconds.

Cowboy Tack #9.5 Legends Over 50

Friends of more than 40 years Rick Gravell and Glen Guthrie earned $30,000 for the CowboyTack #9.5 Legends Over 50 victory.
Rick Gravell and Glen Guthrie earned $30,000 for the CowboyTack #9.5 Legends Over 50 victory. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Friends of more than 40 years, Rick Gravell and Glen Guthrie earned $30,000 for the CowboyTack #9.5 Legends Over 50 victory with a 37.32 on four steers.

Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout

Keith Wilkerson and Brandon Rhodes took home a $53,000 payday in the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout on Friday evening.
Keith Wilkerson and Brandon Rhodes took home a $53,000 payday in the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout on Friday evening. Photo by Andersen C Bar C.

Sanger, Texas’ own Keith Wilkerson and Brandon Rhodes cashed in at the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout, pocketing $53,000 with a 33.46 on four steers.

Saturday, April 27

US Roper #8.5 Legends Over 50

Chip Gatlin and Wade Beckham won the US Roper #8.5 Legends Over 50 for $26,000 with a 44.35 on four steers. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The high-call team of Chip Gatlin and Wade Beckham won the US Roper #8.5 Legends Over 50 for $26,000 with a 44.35 on four steers.

Succeed #9.5 Truck Roping

At 16 years old, Hazen Lamb took home the Ram truck in the Succeed #9.5 Truck Roping after winning fourth and 13th. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Hazen Lamb, just 16 years old, took home the Ram truck in the Succeed #9.5 Truck Roping after winning fourth and 13th. Enoch Hall and John Nolan Gohagen won the overall roping with a 29.43 on four steers for $25,000.

Sunday, April 28

Hot Heels #7 Championships

Colton and Cooper Charleston took home the Hot Heels #7 Championships win. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Brothers Colton and Cooper Charleston, just 12 and 15, took home the Hot Heels #7 Championships win for $24,000 with a 24.74 on three steers.


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