Hall and Tryan Win Gooding Pro Rodeo & Break Top 15 Heading into Final Weekend of the 2020 Regular Season - The Team Roping Journal

Jay, Oklahoma's Brenten Hall and Helena, Montana's Chase Tryan leapt inside of the top 15 of the PRCA world standings with $44,675.92 in earnings after winning the Gooding (Idaho) Pro Rodeo, with two rodeos left to finish out the 2020 ProRodeo season. 

Hall, 21, and Tryan, 31, are both 14th in the PRCA world standings. Hall is $597.79 ahead of two-time World Champion Header Matt Sherwood, who is currently 15th in the heading standings with $44,078.13. Tryan has over a $1,368 lead on Reigning World Champion Wesley Thorp, who has $43,307.86.

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"I want to make it now that I have a little bit of a better chance," Hall said. "My hopes are a little higher now. I need to start catching more. One catch a week isn't enough. I don't really have a lead whatsoever, so I just need to win as much as I can—just be smart."

Hall and Tryan's 4.4-second catch at the Gooding (Idaho) Pro Rodeo was enough for $3,929 a man to move them inside the top 15. 

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"I got a good start and I got a pretty good roll," Hall said. "It felt good and I went ahead and let it go and when I did I curled his nose. I got pretty nervous for a second. I didn't pull my slack and just dallied, and when I did it came off at the last second."

Hall rode Mikey, 15, the bay horse that the 2019 NFR Average Champion Header Cody Snow rode at the California rodeos in 2019. 

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"This spring, right before I left I went over and tried him and rode him at a few rodeos," Hall said. "I bought him. I've pretty much won all my money on him this year. I've won a little bit on TimeBomb." 

Hall and Tryan have the Gold Buckle Beer ProRodeo Tour Finale in Rapid City, South Dakota, and the Cowboy Capital Of The World PRCA Rodeo in Stephenville, Texas left on their schedule to finish out the 2020 regular season. 

"I'm going to ride Mikey at the Tour Finale for sure," Hall said. "TimeBomb is in Stephenville and Captain so I'll have options to ride there. If I do good at the Tour Finale then I might just turn Stephenville out."

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PRCA World Standings Top 15 as of Sept. 22

Headers:

1. Luke Brown, $89,115.07

2. Clay Smith, $69,301.55

3. Cody Snow, $67,853.32

4. Colby Lovell, $65,508.66

5. Dustin Egusquiza, $64,176.06

6. Andrew Ward, $63,872.30

7. Clay Tryan, $57,629.31

8. Charly Crawford, $54,626.27

9. Erich Rogers, $51,201.57

10. Jeff Flenniken, $49,391.34

11. Levi Simpson, $49,057.65

12. Nelson Wyatt, $48,961.94

13. Kolton Schmidt, $48,657.89

14. Brenten Hall, $44,675.92

15. Matt Sherwood, $44,078.13

Heelers: 

1. Jade Corkill, $69,301.55

2. Joseph Harrison, $65,227.00

3. Buddy Hawkins II, $63,872.30

4. Jake Long, $63,227.17

5. Junior Nogueira, $56,709.23

6. Travis Graves, $56,514.03

7. Paul Eaves, $56,159.06

8. Shay Dixon Carroll, $54,927.31

9. Logan Medlin, $54,017.84

10. Paden Bray, $51,201.57

11. Tyler Worley, $51,137.68

12. Levi Lord, $50,160.44

13. Hunter Koch, $48,657.89

14. Chase Tryan, $44,675.92

15. Wesley Thorp, $43,307.86

Who Can Still Move Up IF They Win the Tour Finale:

Here you will find the headers and heelers who still have a chance to move into and change up the top 15 if they win the $10,000 from the Gold Buckle Beer ProRodeo Tour Finale in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Headers: 

Matt Sherwood is currently 15th in the world with $44,078 in season earnings.

Chad Masters is currently 16th in the world with $43,307.86 in season earnings.

Clay Ullery is currently 17th in the world with $40,426.23 in season earnings.

Coleman Proctor is currently 19th in the world with $37,656.10 in season earnings.

Aaron Tsinigine is currently 22nd in the world with $35,157.35 in season earnings.

Heelers:

Wesley Thorp is currently 15th in the world with $43,307.86 in season earnings.

Kyle Lockett is currently 16th in the world with $42,223.42 in season earnings.

Trey Yates is currently 17th in the world with $41,304.84 in season earnings.

Jake Edwards is currently 18th in the world with $38,146.94 in season earnings.

Ryan Motes is currently 19th in the world with $37,656.10 in season earnings. 

Patrick Smith is currently 20th in the world with $37,497.56 in season earnings.

Full Results: 

Wild Rides Rodeo Dickinson

Dickinson, N.D. 1. (tie) Cody Tew/Zachary Schweigert and Layne Carson/Elliott Gourneau, 4.9 seconds, $835 each; 3. Brady Tryan/Justin Viles, 5.0, $599; 4. Tucker McDaniel/Clint Cobb, 5.4, $441; 5. Clint Gorrell/Drew Gartner, 5.8, $284; 6. Jace Johnson/Jake Beard, 5.9, $158.

Cowtown Rodeo

Woodstown Pilesgrove, N.J. 1. Eric Fabian/Derek Carey, 5.1 seconds, $1,125 each; 2. Jose Mota/Casey Cox, 6.2, $844; 3. (tie) Chuck Smith/Kevin Brown and Ty Miller/Bill Riel, 6.7, $422 each.

Garland County Fair and Rodeo

Hot Springs, Ark. 1. Britt Smith/Jake Smith, 5.4 seconds, $970 each; 2. Cody Reed/Jace McDaniel, 5.5, $728; 3. Adam Rose/J.W. Beck, 5.7, $485; 4. Seth Driggers/Ben Runyon, 6.8, $243.

Cascade Shoot Out

Redmond, Ore. 1. Cory Kidd V/Clay Futrell, 4.2 seconds, $1,903 each; 2. Jake Cooper/Lane Mitchell, 4.6, $1,654; 3. (tie) Garrett Rogers/Jake Minor and Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 4.9, $1,282 each; 5. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord, 5.0, $910; 6. (tie) Jeff Flenniken/Tyler Worley and Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 5.2, $538 each; 8. Aaron Tsinigine/Kyle Lockett, 5.3, $165.

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Buffalo, Texas 1. Tanner Tomlinson/Brady Norman, 4.0 seconds, $1,336 each; 2. Tanner Green/Whit Kitchens, 4.2, $1,106; 3. Cody Snow/Junior Nogueira, 5.1, $875; 4. (tie) Cory Clark/Wyatt Cox and Jaxson Tucker/Cole Davison, 5.2, $530 each; 6. Zach Kilgus/Walt Woodard, 5.8, $230.

Gooding Pro Rodeo

Gooding, Idaho 1. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 4.4 seconds, $3,929 each; 2. Chaz Kananen/Max Kuttler, 4.6, $3,516; 3. Kolton Schmidt/Hunter Koch, 4.7, $3,102; 4. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 4.8, $2,688; 5. Jr. Dees/Coleby Payne, 5.0, $2,275; 6. Clint Kap/Dan Scarbrough, 5.2, $1,861; 7. (tie) Jeff Flenniken/Tyler Worley and Jake Cooper/Lane Mitchell, 5.3, $1,241 each; 9. Hayes Smith/Evan Arnold, 5.5, $620; 10. Jaguar Terrill/Sid Sporer, 5.6, $207.

Springhill PRCA Rodeo

Springhill, La. 1. Coleman Proctor/Ryan Motes, 3.7 seconds, $2,070 each; 2. (tie) Britt Smith/Jake Smith and Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.1, $1,665 each; 4. Paul David Tierney/Thomas Smith, 4.3, $1,260; 5. Cory Clark/Wyatt Cox, 4.5, $990; 6. Garett Chick/Kirby Blankenship, 4.6, $720; 7. (tie) Tanner Tomlinson/Brady Norman and Coy Rahlmann/Lane Siggins, 4.8, $315 each.

PPCLA PRCA Rodeo

Mineral Wells, Texas 1. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord, 3.7 seconds, $1,730 each; 2. (tie) Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves and Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 4.0, $1,391 each; 4. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.1, $1,053; 5. Garrett Tonozzi/Dustin Davis, 4.4, $827; 6. Kaleb Driggers/Cory Petska, 4.5, $602; 7. Cody McCluskey/Kory Koontz, 4.6, $376; 8. (tie) J.B. James Jr/Brock Hanson and Wyatt Imus/Joseph Harrison, 4.9, $75 each.

Lion s Dixie Roundup

St. George, Utah 1. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord, 4.1 seconds, $2,621 each; 2. Tyler Wade/Billie Jack Saebens, 4.4, $2,345; 3. Jake Orman/Brye Crites, 4.8, $2,069; 4. Luke Brown/Patrick Smith, 4.9, $1,793; 5. Jake Cooper/Lane Mitchell, 5.0, $1,517; 6. (tie) Brian Winn/Matt Liston and Jeff Flenniken/Tyler Worley, 5.1, $1,104 each; 8. Zane Barnson/Cole Wilson, 5.3, $690; 9. (tie) Clint Kap/Dan Scarbrough, Brodi Jones/Braydin Evans and Aaron Tsinigine/Randon Adams, 5.5, $184 each.

West Texas Fair & Rodeo

Abilene, Texas First round: 1. (tie) Cody Snow/Junior Nogueira and Tyler Wade/Billie Jack Saebens, 4.1 seconds, $1,628 each; 3. Tyler Waters/Richard Durham, 4.2, $1,167; 4. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves and Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.3, $707 each; 6. Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves, 4.5, $307. Second round: 1. (tie) Jake Orman/Brye Crites and Ty Arnold/Douglas Rich, 3.7 seconds, $1,628 each; 3. Tanner Tomlinson/Brady Norman, 3.8, $1,167; 4. Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves, 4.1, $860; 5. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 4.3, $553; 6. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves and Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.4, $154 each. Average: 1. Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves, 8.6 seconds on two head, $2,672 each; 2. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves and Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 8.7, $1,981 each; 4. Tyler Wade/Billie Jack Saebens, 8.9, $1,290; 5. Aaron Tsinigine/Kyle Lockett, 9.9, $829; 6. Joshua Torres/Jonathan Torres, 12.4, $461.

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