Garside and Hintz Take Home Ariat WSTR #13.5 Mega-Qualifier Win at Rancho Rio
Sam Garside and Dustin Hintz won the Ariat World Series #13.5 Mega Qualifier in Wickenburg, Arizona, from seventh callback.

Arizona’s Sam Garside and Dustin Hintz came from seventh callback to win the 2020 Ariat World Series of Team Roping’s #13.5 Mega-Qualifier at Rancho Rio in Wickenburg, Arizona, after roping their fourth steer in 8.14 seconds, making them a time of 32.50 seconds on four head, worth $24,040. 

Full Results

1. Sam Garside and Dustin Hintz, 32.50 seconds on four head, worth $24,040

2. Jim Estill and Travis Stewart, 32.62 seconds on four head, worth $16,820

3. Jason Jones and Chad Steele, 33.16 seconds on four head, worth $12,820

4. Riley Curuchet and Jason Stewart, 33.23 seconds on four head, worth $9,620

5. Rob Black and Bobby Alexander, 33.57 seconds on four head, worth $7,220

6. Taya McAdow and Brit Ellerman, 33.86 seconds on four head, worth $5,600

7. Ricky Rathjen and Trinity Joe Jacobs, 33.97 seconds on four head, worth $4,000

Short Go Fast-Time

1. Tony Holden and Scott Mackey, 8.32 seconds, worth $1,000

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