Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison teamed up to win the long round at RFD-TV's The American with a 4.03-second run, worth $3,000 a man. They will be advancing to the final eight round in the number-one position at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Sunday, March 8, 2020. 

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Myler Bit SS 7 Flat Shank Correctional Port Barrel

Classic Spydr5 Team Rope

Durango Rebel Pro Blue Ventilated Western Boot

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Classic NV4 Team Rope, 35'

Martin Saddlery Two Toned Roughout Roper Saddle

Bluebonnet Feeds Steam Rolled Oats

Full Results

1. Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison, 4.03 seconds, worth $3,000 a man

2. Tate Kirchenschlager and Kyle Lockett, 4.18 seconds, worth $2,250 a man

3/4. Manny Egusquiza Jr. and York Gill, 4.38 seconds, $1,000 a man*

3/4. Clint Summers and Ross Ashford, 4.38 seconds, $1,000 a man*

5/6. Colby Lovell and Jared Fillmore, 4.51 seconds*

5/6. Clay Smith and Jade Corkill, 4.51 seconds

7. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, 4.70 seconds

8. Coleman Proctor and Ryan Motes, 4.71 seconds

*Manny Egusquiza and York Gill, Clint Summers and Ross Ashford and Colby Lovell and Jared Fillmore all have a shot at splitting the $1 million.

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