Huntley, Montana’s Brady Tryan jumped to number-one in the Montana circuit standings after a big money earning weekend of $7,994 added to his earnings.
He and partner Clay Futrell tied Travis Tryan and Justin Viles to win the McCone County Fair PRCA Rodeo in Circle, Montana with a 4.9-second run, worth $1,339 a man, then tied Paul David Tierney and Matt Kasner to win the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo in Baker, Montana with a 5.0-second run, worth $4,357 a man. They also placed fourth that the Yellowstone River Round-Up in Billings, Montana with a 5.1-second run, adding $2,298 to each man’s earnings.
Tryan leap frogged from eighth to first in the Montana circuit standings with $13,762.33, and moved into the top 50 of the PRCA world standings with $21,700.75.
Worden, Montana’s Derick and Brett Fleming added a total fo $4,915 to their earnings.
They placed fourth at the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo with a 5.4-second run, worth $3,137 a man, tied Volborg, Montana’s Radley Day and Taylor Williams for sixth at the Yellowstone River Round-Up with a 5.4-second run, and tied Jason Thorstenson and Jade Nelson for fifth at the McCone County Fair PRCA Rodeo with a 5.9-second run, adding $354 to each man’s earnings.
Derick shuffled from sixth to third in the Montana circuit standings and Brett moved from fifth to second with $10,579.82, respectively. Day is 10th and Williams is eighth with $4,912.18, respectively.
Brady’s older brother Travis Tryan and Cody, Wyoming’s Justin Viles also made a big move in the Montana circuit standings after adding $4,596 to each of their earnings.
They tied Brady and Futrell to win the McCone County Fair PRCA Rodeo with a quick 4.9-second run, worth $1,339 a man. They also placed fifth at the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo with a 5.5-second run, worth $2,663 a man, then placed sixth at the Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo in Kalispell, Montana with a 6.6-second run, worth $594 a man.
Travis shuffled from seventh to second in the Montana circuit standings and Viles launched into the number-one spot from sixth with $10,802.59, respectively.
Bozeman, Montana’s Kal Fuller, who is leading the 2019 Resistol Rookie standings, and Kasper Roy added $1,707 to his circuit standings earnings.
They won the Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo with a 4.9-second run, worth $1,707 a man. Fuller is fifth in the Montana circuit standings with $9,279.34, and leading the Resistol Rookie standings and 44th in the PRCA world standings with $26,123.68.
Nine-time NFR Qualifier Cesar de la Cruz sky rocketed from 19th to seventh in the Columbia River circuit standings after adding $3,841 to his earnings.
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He and NFR Qualifier Lane Ivy tied Andrew and Reagan Ward for second at the Moses Lake Round-Up Rodeo with a 4.4-second run, worth $3,841 a man.
de la Cruz is also 28th in the PRCA world standings with $39,922.22.
Baker City, Oregon’s Two-time NFR Qualifier Garrett Rogers and Ellensburg, Washington’s Two-Time NFR Qualifier Jake Minor added a whopping $1,770 to their earnings.
They tied Tyler Wade and Billie Jack Saebens to win the second round at the Canby (Oregon) Rodeo with a 4.8-second run, worth $1,770 a man.
Rogers jumped from fifth to second and Minor moved from fourth to second with $8,267.52. Rogers is currently 24th in the PRCA world standings with $44,354.36. Minor is 19th with $50,214.97.
Window Rock, Arizona’s Brooks Dahozy and Two-Time World Champion Heeler Walt Woodard added $1,619 to their earnings.
They tied Britt and Jake Smith for eighth at the Moses Lake (Washington) Round-Up Rodeo with a 5.2-second run, worth $960 a man. They then placed sixth in the first round at the Canby Rodeo with a 5.4-second run, worth $659 a man.
Dahozy is 14th in the Columbia River circuit standings with $3,390.58, and 38th in the PRCA world standings with $32,722.19.
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Crane, Oregon’s Ryan Opie and Homedale, Idaho’s Chase Hansen placed third at the Lynden (Washington) PRCA Rodeo with a 6.0-second run.
Opie is third in the Columbia River circuit standings with $7,946.99. Hansen is fifth with $6,290.01.
Nine-time NFR Qualifier Riley Minor and 10-time NFR Qualifier Brady Minor continue to lead the Columbia River circuit standings.
They tied Paul David Tierney and Tanner Braden, Clay Tryan and Travis Graves and Ryan Reed and Wyatt Hansen for sixth in the first round at the Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo with a 5.3-second run, worth $496 a man. They then tied Jason Stewart and Calgary Smith for sixth in the second round at the Canby Rodeo with a 5.3-second run, worth $535 a man.
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Riley and Brady are number-one in the Columbia River circuit standings with $13,321.74, and are currently fourth in the PRCA world standings each with $91,124.10.
Fortuna, California’s Corey and Adam Fitze added $778 to each of their circuit earnings.
They tied Blake Teixeira and Jordan Ketscher for fourth at the Lynden PRCA Rodeo with a 6.2-second run, worth $778 a man.
Corey moved from 13th to 10th, and Adam moved from 12th to 10th with $4,670.26 each.
Four-time NFR Qualifier from Pryor, Oklahoma, Coleman Proctor and former Resistol Rookie contender from Afton, Oklahoma, Brye Crites teamed up to add $2,632 to each of their earnings.
They won the Inter-State Rodeo in Coffeyville, Kansas with a 4.9-second run, worth $1,717 a man. They tied the Great Lakes circuit leaders, Coy Rahlmann and Ryan VonAhn to win the Eureka (Kansas) Pro Rodeo with a 4.8-second run, worth $915 a man.
Proctor is leading the Prairie circuit standings with $17,913.22 and is second in the PRCA world standing $97,922.26. Crites is 12th in the Prairie circuit with $6,904.80. Proctor is home for a few weeks celebrating the birth of his second daughter while his regular partner Ryan Motes carries on in the Northwest with Paul David Tierney who is making his first NFR bid this year.
Garden City, Kansas’ Nick Becker and Madison, Kansas’ Dawson McMaster added $1,569 to their earnings.
They tied Jesse and Casey Stipes and Ryon Boatright and Kingston Chang for third at the Inter-State Rodeo with a 6.1-second run, worth $829 a man. They placed second at the Seward County PRCA Rodeo in Liberal, Kansas with a 6.6-second run, worth $740 a man.
Becker moved from third to second and McMaster jumped from fourth to second with $12,364.84.
Comanche, Oklahoma’s Dylan Gordan and Springer, Oklahoma’s Brady Norman won the North Texas State Fair & Rodeo in Denton, Texas with a 4.9-second run, adding $1,009 to each of their earnings.
Gordan is 15th in the Prairie circuit standings with $4,216.55. Norman is seventh with $9,617.80.
Washington, Utah’s Zane Barnson and Nephi, Utah’s Olin Pulham adding $1,841 to their earnings after winning the Cassia County Fair & Rodeo in Burley, Idaho with a 4.8-second run.
Barnson and Pulham continue to lead the Wilderness circuit standings with $16,501.86 each.
Two-time NFR Heeler Quinn Kesler and Honeyville, Utah’s Colby Siddoway tied Clay Smith and Jade Corkill to placed third at the Cassia County Fair & Rodeo with a 5.0-second run, worth $1,240 a man,
Kesler and Siddoway are second in the Wilderness circuit standings with $14,076.35.
Florence, Arizona’s Pedro Egurrola and Casa Grande, Arizona’s Trevor Nowlin added $1,806 to each of their earnings.
They won the Annual World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo in Payson, Arizona with a 5.4-second run, worth $1,806 a man.
Egurrola is launched from 20th to 14th in the Turquoise circuit standings and is 15th in the Resistol Rookie standings with $4,124.72. Nowlin moved from 27th to 16th in the Turquoise circuit standings with $3,348.25.
Two-time NFR Qualifier Tom Richards and Phoenix, Arizona’s Nick Sarchett placed third at the Annual World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo with a 5.9-second run, adding $1,183 to their earnings.
Richards is ninth in the Turquoise circuit standings and Sarchett is sixth with $6,365.70.
Casper, Wyoming’s Kellan and Carson Johnson, who won the Days of ’47 in 2018) added $1,692 to their earnings over the weekend.
They won the Steamboat Springs (Colorado) Pro Rodeo Series with a 5.0-second run, worth $886 a man. They then placed third at the Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo in Douglas, Wyoming, with a 5.6-second run, winning $806 each.
Kellan is 47th in the PRCA world standings with $22,814.41 and third in the Mountain States circuit standings with $11,063.36. Carson is third in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $18,341.14 and fifth in the Mountain States circuit standings with $8,053.85.
Nathrop, Colorado’s Jase Staudt and La Veta, Colorado’s Clancey Kreutzer won the Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo with a 5.0-second run, worth $1,231 a man.
Staudt moved up one spot in the Mountain States circuit standings and Kreutzer moved from sixth to fourth and is sixth in the Resistol Rookie standings with $8,121.88.
Belle Fourche, South Dakota’s Guy Howell and Mohall, North Dakota’s Levi O’Keeffe won the Dacotah Stampede Rodeo in Aberdeen, South Dakota.
They roped their steer in 5.2-seconds, adding $1,431 to each of their earnings.
Howell jumped from 23rd to 17th in the Badlands circuit standings with $3,032.67. O’Keeffe moved from 11th to eighth with $5,895.54.
Timber Lake, South Dakota’s Tucker Dale and Dickinson, North Dakota’s Chad Ystaas tied Jason Thorstenson and Jade Nelson to win the McHenry County Firefighters in Velva, North Dakota. They roped their steer in 5.0-seconds, adding $841 to each of their earnings.
Dale is fifth in the Badlands circuit standings and Ystaas is sixth with $6,239.01. Ystaas is also 13th in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $4,969.79.
PRCA Circuit Leaders as of August 23, 2019:
Badlands: Jon Peterson, $13,070.03; Trae Smith, $11,980.00
California: Spencer Mitchell, $18,620.36; Nano Garza, $26,188.52
Columbia River: Riley Minor, $13,321.74; Brady Minor, $13,321.74
First Frontier: Ty Barger, $7,562.18; Jake Edwards, $8,236.32
Great Lakes: Coy Rahlmann, $14,424.72; Ryan Von Ahn, $19,063.54
Maple Leaf: Clay Ullery, $17,134.19; Riley Warren, $17,134.24
Montana: Brady Tryan, $13,762.33; Justin Viles, $10,802.59
Mountain States: Tate Kirchenschlager, $14,085.94; Brock Hanson, $12,347.96
Prairie: Coleman Proctor, $17,913.22; Buddy Hawkins II, $13,285.74
Southeastern: Jacob Dagenhart, $13,835.19; Zack Mabry, $14,888.93
Texas: Manny Egusquiza Jr., $17,465.55; Paul Eaves, $17,118.64
Turquoise: Derrick Begay, $11,878.23; Seth Hall , $12,856.38
Wilderness: Zane Barnson, $16,501.86; Olin Pulham, $16,501.86
Mexico: Fernando Gan Ruiz, $2,463.53; Miguel Valenzuela, $2,463.51