Resistol Rookie Update: Chick Challenges Fuller in the Heading; Kreutzer Makes Biggest Move In Standings and MORE

Garett Chick moves closer to moving into the number-one spot; Clancy Kreutzer jumps to eighth in the heading; Paden Bray continues to stay untouchable.
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Salado, Texas' Garett Chick, who is heading for former Resistol Rookie Heeling Champion Ross Ashford, is challenging the number-one header for the year-end Resistol Rookie heading title. He is currently second with $21,500.37.

Chick is $1,198.94 shy from moving into the driver's seat in the Resistol Rookie heading standings. He and Ashford tied Luke Brown and Paul Eaves for first in the second round at the Dodge City (Kansas) Roundup Rodeo with a 4.3-second run, worth $2,557 a man. They placed 10th at the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo in Abilene, Kansas with a 9.9-second run, worth $127 a man.

Chick also broke into the top 50 of the PRCA world standings at 46th with $21,500.37.

Garett Chick is $1,198.93 shy from moving into the number-one position in the Resistol Rookie heading standings. 

Garett Chick is $1,198.93 shy from moving into the number-one position in the Resistol Rookie heading standings. 

Le Veta, Colorado's Clancy Kreutzer, who is heeling for Colorado's Jase Staudt, added $3,181 to his earnings, giving him the biggest move in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings after adding $3,181 to his season total. He jumped from 12th to eighth with a total of $6,891.20. 

They won the Garfield County Fair & Rodeo in Rifle, Colorado with a 5.1-second run, worth $879 a man, then placed third at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo in Castle Rock, Colorado with a 5.7-second run, worth $1,662 a man. They also tied Zane Murphy and Jud Jackson for third at the Steamboat Springs (Colorado) Pro Rodeo Series with a 5.7-second run, worth $640 a man. 

Kreutzer is also fifth in the Mountain States circuit standings with $6,891.20. 

Granbury, Texas' Paden Bray, who has led the Resistol Rookie heeling standings the majority of the summer, still has twice as much won as his nearest competitor. 

He and Erich Rogers added $6,130 to each of their earnings in the last week. They placed sixth at the Mountain Valley Stampede Rodeo in Heber City, Utah with a 5.1-second run, worth $1,925 a man. They tied Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan for ninth at the Pile O' Bones in Regina, Saskatchewan, with a 9.5-second run, worth $543 a man. 

Rogers and Bray tied Doyle Hoskins and Morgan McVay and Joshua and Jonathan Torres for fifth at That Famous Preston (Idaho) Night Rodeo with a 5.3-second run, worth $1,440 a man. They also won the first round at the Northeast Montana Fair & Rodeo in Glasgow, Montana with a 4.4-second run, worth $1,289 a man, and placed fourth in the average with a time of 11.4-seconds on two head, adding $933 to each man's earnings. 

Bray continues to stay number-one in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings and is 21st in the PRCA world standings with $41,514.64. He is less than $9,000 out of the number-15 spot, held by Levi Lord with $50,127.40.

East Bernard, Texas' Mason Boettcher, who is heading for New Mexico's Eddie Medina, placed third in the second round at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo with a 4.6-second run, adding $2,022 to his earnings. Boettcher moved from seventh to sixth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $7,788.72, jumping ahead of fellow Texan Cody McCluskey. 

Witter Springs, California's Brushton Minton and partner Wes Moore tied Clay Ruiz and Brent Lockett for third at the Santa Barbra (California) Old Spanish Days Stock Horse & Rodeo with a 5.6-second run, worth $1,719 a man. Minton moved from 10th to ninth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $6,507.22, and is eleventh in the California Circuit standings with $7,552.71.

Hornell, New York's Drew Carnes and header Ty Barger tied Zach Kilgus and Jake Edwards for second at the Gerry (New York) Volunteer Firemen's Rodeo with a 5.5-second run, worth $1,669 a man. Carnes shuffled from eighth to sixth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $7,669.51, and is currently second in the First Frontier circuit standings with $5,669.01.

Dinwiddie, Virginia's Michael Tash and 2019 Rodeo Austin champion header Laramie Allen placed third at the XIT Rodeo & Reunion in Dalhart, Texas. They roped their steer in 6.0-seconds, adding $956 to each of their earnings. Tash is currently fifth in the Resistol Rookie Heeling standings with $8,703.16, and is 26th in the Texas Circuit standings with $5,091.15.

Hershey, Nebraska's Cooper and Tucker White tied Kade Smith and Cash Hetzel and Braden Pirrung and Matt Zancanella to win the Ashley (North Dakota) Rodeo with a 5.5-second run, worth $844 a man. Cooper is moved from fifth to fourth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $8,562.38 (leap frogging Dylan Holyfield), and is third in the Badlands circuit standings with $6,462.72.

Oakdale, California's Wyatt Hansen, who is heeling for Ryan Reed, placed second at the Sonoma County Wine Country Rodeo in Santa Rosa, California with a 5.8-second run, adding $818 to his earnings. Hansen continues to stand second behind Resistol Rookie heeling leader Bray in the Resistol Rookie standings with $20,037.58, and is fourth in the California Circuit standings with $11,520.73.

Rockwall, Texas' Coy Brittain and Colton Brittain tied Cole Morgan and Joe Day for third at the Jayhawker Roundup in Hill City, Kansas with a 6.1-second run, worth $342 a man. Coy is moved from eleventh to 10th in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $5,316.10, swapping spots with Clayton Eggers. 

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Top 10 Headers:

1. Kal Fuller with $22,608.08

2. Garrett Chick with $21,500.37

3. Colton Campbell with $13,785.78

4. Cooper White with $9,611.64

5. Dillon Holyfield with $7,981.18

6. Mason Boettcher with $7,788.72

7. Cody McCluskey with $7,053.59

8. Lane Lowry with $5,503.03

9. Brodi Jones with $5,337.61

10. Coy Brittain with $5,316.10

Top 10 Heelers:

1. Payden Bray with $41,514.64

2. Wyatt Hansen with $20,037.58

3. Heath Williams with $15,053.88

4. Carson Johnson with $9,689.41

5. Michael Tash with $8,703.16

6. Drew Carnes with $7,669.51

7. Jerren Johnson with $7,161.00

8. Clancey Kreutzer with $6,891.19

9. Brushton Minton with $6,507.22

10. Dylin Ahlstrom with $6,468.97

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