As we head into the final weekend in the 2021 Pro Rodeo regular season team ropers are entered up to compete for their final shot at breaking into the Top 15 of the PRCA world standings to qualify for the Wrangler NFR, held Dec. 2–11, 2021.

Here you will find the current list of header and heelers gracing the Top 30 PRCA World Standings and full results, updated daily, from California Rodeo Salinas, the Sheriff’s PRCA Rodeo, the Young Living’s Last Chance Rodeo, Omaha River City Rodeo, Amarillo Tri-State Fair and Rodeo, the Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo and the Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo.

Top 20 Headers

as of Sept. 27

1. Dustin Egusquiza, 147,515.78

2. Erich Rogers, $120,767.13

3. Kaleb Driggers, $119,330.40

4. Clay Smith, $110,570

5. Clay Tryan, $94,250.33

6. Tyler Wade, $84,393.93

7. Cody Snow, $79,394.58

8. Clint Summers, $74,482.63

9. Brenten Hall, $73,505.74

10. Rhen Richard, $71,344.76

11. Derrick Begay, $70,893.20

12. Andrew Ward, $68,841.69

13. Coy Rahlmann, $63,925.97

14. Coleman Proctor, $62,755.15

15. Quinn Kesler, $62,422.02

16. Riley Minor, $61,878.45

17. Luke Brown, $61,368.09

18. Chad Masters, $59,127.07

19. Colby Lovell, $58,156.27

20. Hayes Smith, $57,844.68

Top 20 Heelers

as of Sept. 27

1. 1. Junior Nogueira, $133,715.50

2. Travis Graves, $126,869.12

3. Paden Bray, $112,782.11

4. Jade Corkill, $110,570.20

5. Wesley Thorp, $102,036.91

6. Jake Long, $95,225.85

7. Trey Yates, $84,181.86

8. Chase Tryan, $74,775.92

9. Ross Ashford, $71,540.41

10. Logan Medlin, $69,335.02

11. Buddy Hawkins, $68,841.69

12. Jeremy Buhler, $68,614.98

13. Douglas Rich, $63,116.00

14. Brady Minor, $61,878.45

15. Joseph Harrison, $61,688.45

16. Cory Petska, $58,448.24

17. Caleb Hendrix, $58,373.86

18. Paul Eaves, $58,156.27

19. Cole Davison, $52,851.95

20. Carson Johnson, $52,331.80

California Rodeo Salinas, Sept. 23–26

Salinas, California

First round results:

1. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, 6.9-second run, worth $2,300 a man

2. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 7.4-second run, worth $2,000 a man 

3. Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, 7.8-second run, worth $1,700 a man 

4. Hayes Smith and Logan Medlin, 8.2-second run, worth $1,400 a man 

5/6/7. Clay Smith and Jade Corkill, 8.3-second run, worth $800 a man

5/6/7. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 8.3-second run, worth $800 a man

5/6/7. Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich, 8.3-second run, worth $800 a man 

8. Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler, 8.4-second run, worth $200 a man

Second Round Results: 

1. Derrick Begay and Cory Petska, 7.7-second run, worth $2,300 a man 

2. Riley Minor and Brady Minor, 8.1-second run, worth $2,000 a man

3. Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich, 8.3-second run, worth $1,700 a man 

4/5. Clint Summers and Ross Ashford, 8.4-second run, worth $1,250 a man

4/5. Erich Rogers and Paden Bray, 8.4-second run, worth $1,250 a man 

6. Tyler Wade and Trey Yates, 8.5-second run, worth $800 a man 

7. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 8.7-second run, worth $500 a man 

8/9. Hayes Smith and Logan Medlin, 8.9-second run, worth $100 a man

8/9. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 8.9-second run, worth $100 a man 

Average Winners & Top 8 Results: 

1. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 16.1 seconds on two head, worth $2,300 a man

2. Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich, 16.6 seconds on two head, worth $2,000 a man

3/4. Hayes Smith and Logan Medlin, 17.1 seconds on two head, worth $1,550 a man 

3/4. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, 17.1 seconds on two head, worth $1,550 a man 

5. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 17.2 seconds on two head, worth $1,100 a man 

6. Clint Summers and Ross Ashford, 17.5 seconds on two head, worth $800 a man 

7. Clay Smith and Jade Corkill, 17.7 seconds on two head, worth $500 a man 

8. Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, 17.9 seconds on two head, worth $200 a man

Semi Finals Results: 

1. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 8.4-second run, worth $3,749 a man 

2. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 8.9-second run, worth $3,260 a man 

3. Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich, 14.4-second run, worth $2,771 a man 

4. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, 17.1-second run, worth $2,282 a man 

5. Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, 17.3-second run, worth $1,793 a man 

6. Clint Summers and Ross Ashford, 17.9-second run, worth $1,304 a man 

7. Hayes Smith and Logan Medlin, No-Time, worth $815 a man 

8. Clay Smith and Jade Corkill, No-Time, worth $326 a man 

Finals Results: 

1. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 11.6-second run, worth $10,000 a man 

2. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 13.5--second run, worth $7,225 a man 

3. Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich, 14.9-second run, worth $4,335 a man 

4. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, 19.7-second run, worth $2,890 a man

Sheriff’s PRCA Rodeo, Sept. 24–26

San Bernardino, California

1. Spencer Mitchell and Cody Cowden, 4.5-second run, worth $2,462 a man

2. Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves, 5.3-second run, worth $2,203 a man

3. Coleman Proctor and Kyle Lockett, 5.4-second run, worth $1,944 a man

4. Lane Karney and Wyatt Hansen, 5.7-second run, worth $1,685 a man

5. Cody Mora and Jason Johe, 5.8-seconds run, worth $1,426 a man

6. Jesse McNett and Kolt Campbell, 6.0-second run, worth $1,166 a man

7. Lane Lowry and Jake Bourdet, 6.4-second run, worth $907 a man 

8. Ed Necochea and Hector Dukes, 6.8-second run, worth $648 a man 

9. Tyler Forsberg and Bronc Boehnlein, 7.1-second run, worth $389 a man

10. Bryor Minton and Brushton Minton, 7.4-second run, worth $130 a man

Young Living’s Last Chance Rodeo, Sept. 24–25

Mona, Utah

1. Chad Masters and Joseph Harrison, 5.3-second run, worth $2,308 a man

2. Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler, 5.5-second run, worth $2,007 a man

3. Zane Barnson and Cole Wilson, 5.8-second run, worth $1,706 a man

4. Brian Winn and Matt Liston, 6.0-second run, worth $1,405 a man

5. Brodi Jones and Jason Wener, 6.4-second run, worth $1,104 a man

6. Houston Thomas and Chance Moldenhauer, 6.5-second run, worth $803 a man

7. Kelson Robinson and Brian Roundy, 7.4-second run, worth $502 a man

8. Luke Brown and Hunter Koch, 9.9-second run, worth $201 a man

Omaha River City Rodeo, Sept. 24–25

Omaha, Nebraska

1. Cooper White and Tucker White, 5.4-second run, worth $1,859 a man 

2. Reece Weber and Matt Kasner, 5.7-second run, worth $1,617 a man 

3. Marty McPherson and Clint Nelson, 6.3-second run, worth $1,374 a man 

4. Marshall Samples and Butch Levell, 9.8-second run, worth $1,132 a man 

5. Nick Sartain and Reagan Ward, 10.7-second run, worth $889 a man 

6. Jade Schmidt and Jade Nelson, 11.0-second run, worth $647 a man 

7. Cooper Bruce and Reed Boos, 15.4-second run, worth $404 a man 

8. Chance Oftedahl and Jr. Dees, 20.3-second run, worth $162 a man

Amarillo Tri-State Fair and Rodeo, Sept. 23–25

Amarillo, Texas

1. Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, 4.3-second run, worth $2,784 a man

2. Nick Sartain and Reagan Ward, 4.4-second run, worth $2,421 a man

3. Coleman Proctor and Logan Medlin, $4.8-second run, worth $2,057 a man

4. Cory Kidd V and Ryan Motes, 4.9-second run, worth $1,694 a man 

5. Chris Francis and Cade Passig, 5.1-second run, worth $1,331 a man

6/7. Garrett Tonozzi and T.J. Watts, 5.2-second run, worth $787 a man

6/7. Tyler Waters and Tyler McKnight, 5.2-second run, worth $787 a man

8. Brandon Webb and Kollin VonAhn, 7.3-second run, worth $242 a man

Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo, Sept. 24–26

Stephenville, Texas

1. Tanner James and Shay Carroll, 4.6-second run, worth $2,681 a man 

2. Joshua Torres and Jonathan Torres, 5.1-second run, worth $2,331 a man

3. Jake Cooper and Sid Sporer, 5.2-second run, worth $1,982 a man

4. Brandon Webb and Kollin VonAhn, 5.4-second run, worth $1,632 a man

5. J.C. Yeahquo and L.J. Yeahquo, 5.6-second run, worth $1,282 a man

6. Cory Clark and Lane Mitchell, 9.4-second run, worth $932 a man

7. Quinn Kesler and Caleb Hendrix, 9.7-second run, worth $583 a man 

8. Billy Bob Brown and Kirby Blankenship, 10.2-second run, worth $233 a man

Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo, Sept. 24–30

Pasadena, Texas, (In Progress)

First round Results: 

1. Laramie Allen and Jace Davis, 4.6-second run, worth $919 a man

2. Ty Arnold and Kaden Profili, 4.9-second run, worth $761 a man

3. Reno Stoebner and Colton Brittain, 5.4-second run, worth $602 a man

4. Tyler Waters and Tyler McKnight, 5.8-second run, worth $444 a man 

5. Zach Kilgus and Jake Edwards, 5.9-second run, worth $285 a man 

6. Wyatt Imus and Caleb Anderson, 6.1-second run, worth $158 a man

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