Steer Report: Round 4
This will be the second run on Hill Rodeo Cattle's first pen of NFR steers.

Here’s how the draw for Round 4 of the 2019 NFR shakes out, with this being the second run on the first set of steers from Round 1. 

Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp: 8 

Jake Cooper and Caleb Anderson were 14.6 on this steer, with Cooper barely getting the barrier.  

Riley and Brady Minor: 20

Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp had this steer in Round 1 to be 4.9, but Hill said this is a possible go-round winner, too, at medium plus. 

Chad Masters and Joseph Harrison: 18

Coleman Proctor broke the barrier and Ryan Motes roped a leg on this one to be 19.0. But Hill said he should be medium and straight. 

Erich Rogers and Kyle Lockett: 4

Luke Brown and Paul Eaves split last hole on this steer with a 4.7-second run. He was medium and straight on both runs in the run-through, too. 

Ty Blasingame and Travis Graves: 14

Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan got this one down in 4.5 seconds to pick up a fourth place check. Heading into the first round, this steer was contractor Bobby Joe Hill’s pick to win the go round because he’s just off to the right and medium. 

Clay Tryan and Jake Long: 12

Tate Kirchenschlager and Tyler Worley had in him were 9.8, with Kirchenschlager sticking and Worley just getting a leg.

Coleman Proctor and Ryan Motes: 2

Hill thought this was another steer to win the day money on, but Jade Corkill roped a leg to be 9.4.

Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira: 13

Matt Sherwood and Hunter Koch were 4.1 in Round 1 on this steer to win second. 

Clay Smith and Jade Corkill: 3

Hill said this steer will step to the right, and Rogers and Lockett got him down in 4.3 seconds to win third in the first round. 

Jake Cooper and Caleb Anderson: 40

Clay Tryan missed this steer in Round 1. Hill said he was one of the stronger ones in the pen. 

Tyler Wade and Cole Davison: 23

Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira were 4.6 on this steer, and Hill said he’s a touch stronger.

Tate Kirchenschlager and Tyler Worley: 1

Bobby Joe Hill said this steer was a chance for the go-round, but Chad Masters and Joseph Harrison didn’t get a good go at him and knocked him down at the back end of the pen in 6-flat.

Matt Sherwood and Hunter Koch: 55

This was one of the stronger steers in the first round, and Blaster and Travis Graves knocked him down in 5.5 seconds. 

Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan: 15

This is the steer Tyler Wade and Cole Davison won the go-round on, getting a flag in 4.0.

Luke Brown and Paul Eaves: 17

Riley and Brady Minor knocked this steer down in 4.7 to split last hole with Brown and Eaves. TRJ

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