New Teams You’ve Got to See to Believe for 2020
Here are some of the new and noteworthy new teams entered at Odessa and Fort Worth.

The end of 2019 also brings to an end more ProRodeo partnerships than in recent memory, with the bulk of this year’s NFR teams splitting up and forming new partnerships. Here are the ones that stood out: 

Clay Tryan and Jake Long (new for 2020, although they roped at the NFR)

Cody Snow and Paul Eaves

Garrett Chick and Walt Woodard

Tate Kirchenschlager and Ross Ashford

Lane Karney and Jerren Johnson

Britt Smith and Jake Smith (Far from a new team, but Britt’s first year rodeoing) 

Ty Blasingame and Cody Hintz (flashback team) 

Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins

Wyatt Imus and Joseph Harrison

JoJo LeMond and Thomas Smith

Chad Masters and Wesley Thorp

Clint Summers and Douglas Rich

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves

Colby Lovell and Jared Fillmore

Tyler Magnus and Truman Magnus

Brooks Dahozy and Matt Kasner

Luke Brown and Patrick Smith

Brady Tryan and Cullen Teller

Kolton Schmidt and Hunter Koch

Matt Sherwood and Trey Yates

Rhett Anderson and Cory Petska

Tanner Green and Rich Skelton

Levi Simpson and Shay Carroll

Jaxson Tucker and Jake Clay

Nick Sartain and Blaine Vick

Thomas Braman and Kory Koontz

Tom Richards and Russell Cardoza 

Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler TRJ

Related Articles
Joseph Harrison heading on Air Force 1.
Joseph Harrison Sweeps Both Ends for $42K in Ardmore Oil Can Classic
Red Bluff Team Roping
Rodeo Trail
Calling Their Shot: Chad Masters, Wyatt Cox Win 2024 Red Bluff Round-Up Team Roping to Tee Up NFR Push
Joseph Harrison heeling on One Time Blues at the Gold Buckle Futurity.
Next Level
Finding Frame
Joseph Harrison heeling steer BFI
Joseph Harrison's Futurity Horse is Doing Double-Time at the Biggest Open Jackpots in the Game.
SJR Diamond Billy
BFI or Bust
NOPE, Different Buckskin: Cody Snow to Debut Southern Ranches' Futurity Standout SJR Diamond Billy at Bob Feist Invitational