Final Results: Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale XVI

The Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale XVI—held Dec. 3–11 at the South Point in Las Vegas—paid out more than $16 million in cash and prizes. Here are the roping's big winners.

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The Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale XVI hosted thousands of teams from across the country Dec. 3–11, 2022, at the South Point in Las Vegas. It was a record-setting year in which the association paid out more than $16-milion to its ropers.

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American Rodeo Open at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale XVI

Jake Cooper Clay and Kollin VonAhn win $100,000 in the 2022 Ariat WSTR Finale Open.
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Jake Cooper Clay of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, and Kollin VonAhn of Blanchard, Oklahoma, roped six steers in 38.12 seconds to win the average in the American Rodeo Open, earning $100,000.

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Zesterra #15.5

Garret Sommer of Granbury, Texas, and Cutter Thomison of Hermleigh, Texas, roped four steers in 26.5 seconds to win the average in the #15.5 Zesterra average, earning $29,500.

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#14.5 Bloomer Trailers Qualifier

Casey Lambert of El Paso, Texas, and James Gililland of Edgewood, New Mexico, won the #14.5 Bloomer Trailers Qualifier, with a time of 28.7 seconds on four steers. They took home $38,000.

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Priefert #14.5 Finale

Riley Kittle and Sergio Gonzales win $162,000 in the Priefert #14.5 Finale. | Jennings Photography

Riley Kittle of Woodland, Alabama, and Sergio Gonzales of Jourdanton, Texas, roped four steers in 28 seconds to win the average in the Priefert #14.5 Finale, earning $162,000. They’ll also be taking home Cactus Saddlery trophy saddles, Gist buckles, YETI coolers, Resistol 20X Black Gold Hat certificates, and more!

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#13.5 Bloomer Trailers Qualifier

Rusty Rich of Tropic, Utah, and Cody Hall of St. George, Utah, roped four steers in 27.99 seconds to win the #13.5 Bloomer Trailers Qualifier, earning $38,500.

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LubriSyn #13.5 Finale

Cole Garland and Dillon Bahem World Series of Team Roping Finale
Idaho’s Cole Garland and Dillon Bahem roped four steers in 28.89 seconds for their win in the LubriSyn #13.5 Finale. | Jennings Photography

Cole Garland of Nampa, Idaho, and Dillon Bahem of Parma, Idaho—lifelong friends who have roped together for years—win the LubriSyn #13.5 Finale, taking home a cool $222,000 for their time of 28.89 seconds on four head (all while studying for their college finals!).

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Ariat #12.5 Finale

Colorado’s Clint Lay and Dusting Darling win the average in the Ariat #12.5 Finale, earning $260,000. | Jennings Photography

Clint Lay of Hugo, Colorado, and Dustin Darling of Payton, Colorado, roped four steers in 30.72 seconds to win the average in the Ariat #12.5 Finale, earning $260,000.

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Yeti #11.5 Heartland Finale

Jamie Mitchell of Miller, Missouri, and Garrett Gorman of Calumet, Oklahoma, roped four steers in 31.61 seconds to win the average in the Yeti #11.5 Heartland Finale, earning $67,400.

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Gold Buckle Beer #11.5 Finale

Prestyn Hewitt and Andy Anaya earn $308,000 in the Gold Buckle Beer #11.5 Finale. | Jennings Photography

Prestyn Hewitt of Cleburne, Texas, and Andy Anaya of Wills Point, Texas, roped four steers in 31.78 seconds to win the average in the Gold Buckle Beer #11.5 Finale, earning $308,000.

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Cowboy Tack #10.5 Finale

Kyle Reed and Trevor Glenn win the average in the Cowboy Tack #10.5 Finale. | Jennings Photography

Kyle Reed of Marietta, Oklahoma, and Trevor Glenn of Leonard, Texas, roped four steers in 32.93 seconds to win the average in the Cowboy Tack #10.5 Finale, earning $340,000.

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Ariat #9.5 Finale

Chris Torres and Guy Allen win $390,000 in the Ariat #9.5 Finale. | Jennings Photography

Chris Torres of Cross Plains, Texas, and Guy Allen of Cross Plains, Texas, roped four steers in 34.95 seconds to win the average in the Ariat #9.5 Finale, earning $390,000.

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Fay Ranches #8.5 Finale

Fay Ranches #8.5 champions Wyatt and Trent Cloward take home $300,000. | Jennings Photography

Wyatt Cloward of Salem, Utah, and Trent Cloward of Genolah, Utah, roped four steers in 35.82 seconds to win the average in the Fay Ranches #8.5 Finale, earning $300,000.

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Cactus #7 Finale

Jamie Collins and Scott Jamison win the average in the Cactus #7 Finale, earning $150,000. | Jennings Photography

Jaimie Collins of New Braunfels, Texas, and Scott Jamison of Gilbert, Arizona, roped four steers in 44.44 seconds to win the average in the Cactus #7 Finale, earning $150,000.

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