The USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch, runs from Sept. 8 through Sept. 13 in Fort Worth at the Will Rogers Memorial Event Center. Here you will find updates on the champions from the Open Roping on down to the #8.5 Legends. One lucky lady will be awarded a $1,000 Cash Bonus and 12 pairs of Cinch jeans and 12 pairs of Cinch shirts. Two winners will be awarded IH Tractors in the Case IH Legends #9.5 roping and the high point roper in the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping will drive home with a USTRC National Finals XXXI wrapped RAM truck. You will be updated on the high money horse from the Select Rope Horse Sale, managed by Premier Equine Auctions. You can find all the updates right here.  

#16.5 Shootout 

Korbin Rice and Josh Patton won the #16.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch.

Korbin Rice turns a paint steer for Josh Patton in the short round of the #16.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. 

Korbin Rice and Josh Patton made team roping history as the first team to be crowned champions at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. They roped four head in 26.22 seconds, worth $20,240. 

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First-Ever USTRC Champions Crowned in Ft. Worth

#15.5 Shootout 

Trevor Hale and Jade Corkill were presented with Gist Silversmith Buckles after winning the #15.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. 

Trevor Hale and Jade Corkill were presented with Gist Silversmith Buckles after winning the #15.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. 

Trevor Hale and Jade Corkill ran their first steer ever together in the first round of the #15.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. They stopped the clock in 27.55 seconds on four head, worth $24,160, to win the roping, Resistol hats, Tony Lama boots and Gist Silversmiths buckles. 

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#15 Shootout Champions Trevor Hale and Jade Corkill

Resistol #14.5 Shootout 

Cutter Thomison heeling a steer to win the Resistol #14.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Cutter Thomison heeling a steer to win the Resistol #14.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Texas' Rowdy Bluemel and Cutter Thomison dominated in the Resistol #14.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. They pulled tight on four head in 27.90 seconds, worth $31,900.

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Resistol #14.5 Shootout Champions Rowdy Bluemel and Cutter Thomison

Listen to the champions from the #16.5 Shootout, the #15.5 Shootout and the Resistol #14.5 Shootout on The Score

The Score BONUS: USTRC National Finals XXXI Day 1 Wrap Up

#13.5 Shootout 

Kohl Whiteman turned a steer in the short round of the #13.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch for Austyn Ford to heel down.

Kohl Whiteman turned a steer in the short round of the #13.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch for Austyn Ford to heel down.

Kohl Whiteman and Austyn Ford came into the short round of the #13.5 Shootout USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch and stopped the clock on their fourth steer in 6.58 seconds, making them a total of 27.23 on four head to win the roping and take home $39,100.

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#13.5 Shootout Champions Kohl Whiteman and Austyn Ford

YETI Junior Open

Peyton Walters and JR Gonzales took home YETI coolers after winning the YETI Junior Open at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch.

Peyton Walters and JR Gonzales took home YETI coolers after winning the YETI Junior Open at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch.

Young guns Peyton Walters and JR Gonzales knew they were going to win the YETI Junior Open at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch before they backed into the heading and heeling boxes on their first steer. They tapped on on four head in 27.55 seconds, earning them $16,000.

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Walters and Gonzales Clinch the Yeti Jr. Open

#12.5 Shootout 

Clarke Gordan pulls a red steer into Corey Reid's heel loop to win the average in the #12.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Clarke Gordon pulls a red steer into Corey Reid's heel loop to win the average in the #12.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Clarke Gordon and Corey Reid ran their fourth steer in the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch's #12.5 Shootout at 1:22 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 10 to win the roping. They roped four head in 31.75 seconds, worth $43,340 and Scott Thomas trophy saddles. 

Mississippi Duo Tops the #12.5 Shootout

Open Roping 

Junior Nogueira rides out of the Will Rogers Coliseum after pulling back on his great mare Hali to with the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch Open Roping.

Junior Nogueira rides out of the Will Rogers Coliseum after pulling back on his great mare Hali to with the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch Open Roping.

The Open Roping is back and Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira are the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch champions. Driggers and Nogueira were on fire throughout the five head roping. They won the roping with a time of 31.82 seconds on five head, worth $33,000. 

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Driggers and Nogueira Clinch Second US Open Title

Listen to the champions from the #13.5 Shootout, the YETI Junior Open, the Open Roping and the #12.5 Shootout on The Score

The Score BONUS: USTRC National Finals XXXI Day 2 Wrap Up

Resistol #11.5 Shootout

Waylon Buskirk has his eyes on the prize in the Resistol #11.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Waylon Buskirk has his eyes on the prize in the Resistol #11.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Waylon Buskirk and Preston Day kicked off day three at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by cinch in the Resistol #11.5 Shootout champions. They turned in a time of 33.78 second on four head, worth $43,200. 

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Southeast Cowboys Cash Big Checks in Resistol #11.5 Shootout

#11.5 Legends

Jud Jackson sets a big trap down to win the #11.5 Legends at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Jud Jackson sets a big trap down to win the #11.5 Legends at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

David Egleston and Jud Jackson made four runs in 35.67 seconds to win the #11.5 Legends at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch, worth $21,540. 

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Meant to be: Egleston and Jackson Win #11.5 Legends

#10.5 Shootout

Brandt O'Connor sets up a steer for Trigger Hargrove in the #10.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Brandt O'Connor sets up a steer for Trigger Hargrove in the #10.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Brandt O'Connor and Trigger Hargrove did not mess around in the #10.5 Shootout. The young ropers walked out of the John Justin Arena with $47,900 to their names after stopping the clock in 33.20 seconds on four head at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch. 

Listen to the champions from the Resistol #11.5 Shootout, the #11.5 Legends and the #10.5 Shootout on The Score

The Score BONUS: USTRC National Finals XXXI Day 3 Wrap Up

#9.5 Shootout 

Tyler Crone and Luke Franklin celebrating after winning the #9.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Tyler Crone and Luke Franklin won the #9.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals presented by Cinch after roping four head in 31.20 seconds, worth $43,440. 

Case IH Legends #9.5 

Mike Manore and Ron Goodwin won the CASE IH Legends #9.5 USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Mike Manore and Ron Goodwin won the CASE IH Legends #9.5 USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Mike Manore and Ron Goodwin each took home Case IH tractors after winning the Case IH Legends #9.5 from seventh callback. They roped their short round steer in 7.27 seconds, making them a time of 38.36 seconds on four head, worth $20,600.

#8.5 Shootout

Matt Darden pulls back on the red and white paint steer for Michael Beauchamp to win the #8.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Matt Darden pulls back on the red and white paint steer for Michael Beauchamp to win the #8.5 Shootout at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Michael Beauchamp and Matt Darden won the #8.5 Shootout from third callback after roping four head in 37.02 seconds at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by CINCH JEANS, worth $27,500.

Listen to the champions from the #9.5 Shootout, the CASE IH Legends #9.5 and the #8.5 Shootout on The Score

The Score BONUS: USTRC National Finals XXXI Day 4 Wrap Up

#8.5 Legends 

Jack Hicks turns a steer for Greg Robertson to win the #8.5 Legends at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Jack Hicks turns a steer for Greg Robertson to win the #8.5 Legends at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Jack Hicks and Greg Robertson secured their No.1 spot in the #8.5 Legends after roping their short round steer in 15.60 seconds, making them a total of 47.71 seconds on four head, worth $14,520. 

Junior Looper 

Tyson Williams throws a big loop to win the Super Looper six and under at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Tyson Williams throws a big loop to win the Junior Looper six and under at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Kollyn Tsinnie reaching at the Heel-O-Matic dummy to win the Super Looper seven to nine age group at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Kollyn Tsinnie reaching at the Heel-O-Matic dummy to win the Junior Looper seven to nine age group at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Kayden Tsosie reached out to rope the Heel-O-Matic dummy to win the Super Looper 10 through 12 age group at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

Kayden Tsosie reached out to rope the Heel-O-Matic dummy to win the Junior Looper 10 through 12 age group at the USTRC National Finals XXXI presented by Cinch.

#9.5 RAM Truck Roping 

#9.5 RAM Truck Roping Average Champions

Brayden Aymond spinning a steer for Trenton Davis in the short round of the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch.

Brayden Aymond spinning a steer for Trenton Davis in the short round of the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch. 

Brayden Aymond and Trenton Davis came into the short round of the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping at sixth callback and roped their short round steer in 7.50 seconds, making them a time of 33.32 seconds on four head to win the average, worth $16,280. 

 #9.5 RAM Truck Roping High-Point Champion

Braxton Ogle, 14, couldn't drive the truck out of the arena, but was handed the keys to a brand new USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch wrapped 3500 Ram truck.

Braxton Ogle, 14, couldn't drive the truck out of the arena, but was handed the keys to a brand new USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch wrapped 3500 Ram truck. 

Braxton Ogle, 14, of McCloud, Oklahoma, placed eighth and 10th in the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping to earn the most points to win the RAM Truck. 

**ROPING RESULTS WILL BE UPDATED AS MORE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE.

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