The standings have reset and the 2019 run for the Cinch Ladies high-money earner has commenced. Only one name from 2018’s final leader board maintains a spot in the Top 10 and East Coast ropers are delivering, representing a full 50 percent of the standings.
In April, Stamps—a first-time USTRC member—had just taken control of the Cinch All-Girl standings. She maintained her No. 1 spot for the rest of the year, despite multiple classification changes and even a few hospital stays, to earn the High Money year-end title with $38,819 and a No. 2 spot heading into December’s Junior NFR #10 in Las Vegas.
Angelone sisters, Martha and Sarah, win the 2018 USTRC NFTR Cinch Ladies Championship and $10,500 with an angel on their shoulders.
Since its 1989 beginning, only one person has remained continuously committed to the USTRC throughout its development, ownership changes, moves, and innovations—until now. Judy Dawes,customer service extraordinaire and the sentinel of the USTRC, has retired.
The USTRC's 2018 Cinch National Finals of Team Roping paid some $3.7 million between Oklahoma City and Guthrie events.
Parsley and Tosh won $34,000 in the #8 Shoot-Out.
Emmons and Miller banked $25,000 in the #8 RAM Exclusive.
Steven and Shayne Bomar bank $42,000 in the #9 Shoot-out.
Turner and Taylor roped four head in 38.13 seconds to win $29,000 and RAM Truck vouchers.
Anderberg and Whitten came from fourth call-back to win the #12 Dual Qualifier.
Brian Sellers and Marty Claiborn win $33,000 in the #10 Ram Exclusive.
Cody Stutenkemper and Chris Pomeroy were 30.23 seconds on four head to win the #12 Exclusive.
Colton Scott had the best day of his roping career in Oklahoma City this week, splitting $79,500 with two partners at the USTRC's Cinch National Finals of Team Roping.
Hali Williams and Bodie Hine were 28.96 seconds on four head to win the #11 Shoot-Out.
Rice and Lewis dominate the Yeti Open Junior NFR.
Bill Rasberry and Thomas Smith won the #13 Shoot-out.
Zane Bruce and Derrick Jantzen won the Case IH #16 Championships.
TJ Allen and Kyle Lawrence came from sixth call-back to win the #14 Shoot-Out
After finishing high school in May, Taylor, 18, put the heat on in the arena, winning more than $12,000 in just two weeks in June, and carving out the #4 spot for herself in the Cinch Ladies Standings.
Hatley won first and fourth at the first roping of the week at the 2017 US Finals.
Amarillo, Texas' Anna Gregory won the #10 Gold Plus and the #13 at the USTRC's Southern Colorado Classic in Pueblo, banking $4,440 and 14,000 in flex earnings.
Oklahoma's Brandon Abney and Scott Keller win big in Enid.