Full Results: USTRC’s 2023 Cinch National Finals of Team Roping
The USTRC's Cinch National Finals of Team Roping—in its 34th year—kicked off April 23, 2023 and runs until April 30, 2023 in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
Zane Starns pictured with the Ram dually he won in the #9.5 Ram Truck Roping.
Zane Starns ended up 2nd and 3rd overall in the #9.5 Ram Truck roping to take home the Ram dually. Andersen CBarC photo.

The USTRC’s Cinch National Finals of Team Roping—in its 34th year—kicked off April 23, 2023 and runs until April 30, 2023 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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Lawley’s #16.5 Shootout

Slade Wood and Wesley Thorp got the win in the first roping of the USTRC’s 34th Cinch National Finals of Team Roping. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

The Texas team of Slade Wood and World Champion Heeler Wesley Thorp won $26,500 for a time of 28.58 seconds on four head in the Lawley’s #16.5 Shootout. Full results here.

Yeti #15.5 Shootout

Tyler Wade and Haze Bruce won $35,000 for their Yeti #15.5 Shootout win. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Five-time NFR Header Tyler Wade and 13-year-old standout Haze Bruce got the win in the Yeti #15.5 Shootout with a time of 28.74 seconds on four head, worth $35,000. Full results.

Open Shootout

Tanner Tomlinson Junior Nogueira
Tanner Tomlinson spun five steers for Junior Nogueira to win Nogueira’s fourth US Open title. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Reigning World Champion Heeler Junior Nogueira notched his fourth US Open win, this time with NFR average record-holder Tanner Tomlinson. They roped five steers in 34.02 seconds for the win. Nogueira also won second with his regular partner Kaleb Driggers, for another $30,900 for a time of 35.96 seconds on five head. Full results.

Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout

Father and son duo Dan and Spud Denmark picked up some new gear with their win in the Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout. Photo by Andsersen C Bar C

Dan and Spud Denmark roped four head in 28.48 for $46,800 to win the Cowboy Tack #14.5 Shootout.

Priefert #13.5 Shootout

Cassidy Boggs Rhyder Nelson
Cassidy Boggs and Rhyder Nelson winning the Priefert #13.5 Shootout in 2023. | CBarC Andersen Photos

The Texas team of Cassidy Boggs and Rhyder Nelson banked $60,700 for their Priefert #13.5 Shootout for a time of 30.30 seconds on four head. Full results.

Resistol #12.5 Shootout

Shane McCune and Jake Cobb took home the huge purse of $72,700 in the Resistol 12.5 Shootout at the 2023 USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping.
Shane McCune and Jake Cobb took home the huge purse of $72,700 in the Resistol 12.5 Shootout. Andersen CBarC Photo.

Shane McCune and Jake Cobb pocketed $72,700 for winning the Resistol #12.5 Shootout with 28.72 seconds on four head. Full results.

#12.5 Legends Over 40 Shootout

Shawn Felton and Craig Mader split $27,400 in the #12.5 Legends Over 40 at the 2023 USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping. Andersen CBarC photo.
Shawn Felton and Craig Mader split $27,400 in the #12.5 Legends Over 40. Andersen CBarC photo.

The #12.5 Legends Over 40 was won by Shawn Felton and Craig Nader after roping four steers in 32.06 seconds to split $27,400. Full results here.

Total Feeds #11.5 Shootout

Winners of the Total Feeds #11.5 Shootout, Levi James and Garrett Hughes, with their trophy saddles.
Levi James and Garrett Hughes took home $74,000, one of the largest purses of the 2023 NFTR after roping four steers in 29.17 seconds. Photo by Andersen CBarC.

The Oklahoma team of Levi James and Garrett Hughes took the win in the Total Feeds #11.5 Shootout to split $74,000 after roping four steers in 291.7 seconds. Full results here.

#11.5 Legends Over 40 Shootout

Jayme Marcrum and Tyler Larson roping a steer at the 2023 USTRC Cinch NFTR.
Jayme Marcrum and Tyler Larson went 34.46 seconds on four head to take home $33,300. Andersen CBarC photo.

The #11.5 Legends Over 40 Shootout belonged to Jayme Marcrum–one of the winningest women in team roping history–and Tyler Larson after they roped four steers in 34.46 seconds to split $33,300. Full results here.

Cinch Ladies Open

Bailey Gubert and Lorraine Moreno pose with their saddles after winning the Cinch Ladies Open.
Bailey Gubert and Lorraine Moreno roped four steers in 35.58 seconds to take home the Cinch Ladies Open title. Andersen CBarC photo.

Bailey Gubert and Lorraine Moreno topped the field of the Cinch Ladies Open after roping four steers in 35.58 seconds to win $8,000. Full results here.

Yeti #10.5 Shootout

Raesh Casebolt and
Brodie Boyce roping one of the four steers they roped in 35.54 seconds to win the YETI #10.5 Shootout.
Raesh Casebolt and Brodie Boyce were 30.32 seconds on four to win the YETI #10.5 Shootout. Andersen CBarC photo.

The young guns Raesh Casebolt and Brodie Boyce roped 30.32 seconds four head to take ahold of the YETI #10.5 Shootout to win $74,000. Full results here.

#10.5 Legends Over 40

Mel Smith and
Jeff Sanders with their buckles after winning the #10.5 Legends Over 40.
Mel Smith and Jeff Sanders took home $35,800 after putting together a 35.54-second average on four steers. Andersen CBarC photo.

The #10.5 Legends Over 40 title was taken home by Mel Smith and Jeff Sanders after roping four steers in 35.54 seconds to win $35,800. Full results here.

Lawley’s 9.5 Shootout

Lawley’s 9.5 Shootout champs, 14-year-old Rhyder Rosipal and 15-year-old Kolter Jackson, roping their steer.
Another pair of young guns, 14-year-old Rhyder Rosipal and 15-year-old Kolter Jackson, take home big money at the USTRC National Finals of Team Roping. Andersen CBarC photo.

After roping four steers in 31.32 seconds, 14-year-old Rhyder Rosipal and 15-year-old Kolter Jackson split $73,800 for winning the Lawley’s 9.5 Shootout. Full results here.

Horse Power Boots #9.5 Legends Over 50

Kelly Cheatham and Brock Middleton with their buckles for winning the Horse Power Boots #9.5 Legends Over 50.
Kelly Cheatham and Brock Middleton took the win of the Horse Power Boots #9.5 Legends Over 50 with a total time of 37.62 on four. Andersen CBarC photo.

Kelly Cheatham and Brock Middleton roped four steers in 37.62 seconds to win the Horse Power Boots #9.5 Over 50, good for $29,800. Full results here.

Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout

Cade Ward and Ryder Davis roping their steer in the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout.
Cade Ward and Ryder Davis roped four steers in 33.18 to take the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout. Andersen CBarC photo.

Cade Ward and Ryder Davis take home $51,400 in the Classic Equine #8.5 Shootout after roping an aggregate of 33.18 on four head. Full results here.

Horse Power Boots #8.5 Legends Over 50

Ronnie Hill and Daniel Shehady pose with their buckles for winning the Horse Power Boots #8.5 Legends Over 50.
Ronnie Hill and Daniel Shehady took home $23,200 for winning the Horse Power Boots #8.5 Legends Over 50. Andersen CBarC photo.

The champs of the Horse Power Boots #8.5 Legends Over 50 with an aggregate of 44.34 on four head taking home $23,200 were Weatherford, Texas, natives Ronnie Hill and Daniel Shehady. Full results here.

#9.5 Ram Truck Roping

 Zane Starns pictured with the Ram dually he won in the #9.5 Ram Truck Roping.
Zane Starns ended up second and third overall in the #9.5 Ram Truck roping to take home the Ram dually. Andersen CBarC photo.

Karson Stephens and Gatz Michael won the average in the #9.5 Ram Truck roping with a 30.84-second average on four head. But all eyes were on 16-year-old Zane Starns who drove off with the #9.5 Ram Truck after earning the most points from placing second and third in the roping. Full results here.

Smarty #7 Championships

Beck Perkins and Kameron Loud roping a steer in the Smarty #7 Championships.
Beck Perkins and Kameron Loud won the Smart #7 Championships with 24.54 seconds on three head. Andersen CBarC photo.

To finish it all off, Beck Perkins and Kameron Loud were 24.54 seconds on three head to win the Smart #7 Championships, good for $20,700. Full results here.

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