Frank Martinez and Richard Lowe, both from Tucson, Arizona, took home $28,440 after winning the average in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's #10.5 Mega-Qualifier at Ranch Rio in Wickenburg, Arizona. They came into the short round at 11th callback with a time of 29.86 seconds on three head and roped their short round steer in 7.83 seconds to move them into No.1 with a total time of 37.69 seconds on four head. 

Full Results

  1. Frank Martinez and Richard Lowe, 37.69 seconds on four head, worth $28,440
  2. Will Casey and Trenton Milburn, 38.06 seconds on four head, worth $21,340
  3. Trenton Jones and Clif Leavitt, 38.70 seconds on four head, worth $15,400
  4. Leo Teague and Mike Foster, 39.14 seconds on four head, worth $13,040
  5. Tammy Ellerman and Ken Matheson, 39.31 seconds on four head, worth $10,660
  6. Bud Swagel and Ariel Zambrano, 39.45 seconds on four head, worth $8,300
  7. Roger St Clair and B J Palmer, 40.59 seconds on four head, worth $7,120
  8. Joe Gallegos and Dan Cross, 41.41 seconds on four head, worth $5,920
  9. Lucy Bishop and Cody Taton, 41.62 seconds on four head, worth $4,740
  10. Marco Teran and Benito Murrieta, 42.01 seconds on four head, worth $3,560

Short-Go Fast Time

  1. Jarad Lamarsh and Marco Rodriguez, 12.53 seconds, worth $1,000

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