The Short Score: 2023 Texas, Prairie and Badlands Circuit Finals Recap
How the first of the 2023 circuit finals went down.
Evan Arnold heeling a steer at the 2023 Texas Circuit Finals.
Evan Arnold was the 2023 Texas Circuit Finals champion with Manny Egusquiza. | Photo by James Phifer

The 2023 circuit finals have started kicking off across the country, starting with the Texas, Prairie and Badlands.

The Texas Circuit Finals ran Oct. 10-13, 2023, in Waco with rounds paying $2,212 to win and the average paying $4,424. in Duncan, Oklahoma, the Prairie Circuit Finals kicked off Oct. 12 and ended Oct. 14, paying out $2,149 to win the rounds and $3,223 to win the average. And lastly, the Badlands Circuit Finals took place Oct. 13-15 in Minot, North Dakota, where the rounds paid $2,228 to win and the average paid $3,341.

On this episode of The Short Score, we talk about how the circuit finals went and hear some short snippets from some circuit finals average winners.

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