“The Biggest Rodeo Win of My Career”: Tryan and Long on RodeoHouston Win and What It Means for Their Season
Clay Tryan and Jake Long join host Chelsea Shaffer on The Score after winning RodeoHouston in 2022.
Clay Tryan RodeoHouston

Clay Tryan and Jake Long got the win at RodeoHouston, marking the largest single regular season win in each man’s illustrious career. 

Partners since the 2019 Finals, this is the first time Tryan and Long sit atop the PRCA world standings together, Tryan with $65,921 and Long the identical sum. Tryan and Long are $18,216 ahead of reigning world champs Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira who split third at RodeoHouston and walked away with $28,500.INLINE

The Score host Chelsea Shaffer called each guy on their drive home from the rodeo to talk all things Houston and find out what this means for their regular seasons.

This episode is produced by our partners Kayla and Kreg Jones at The Money Barrel podcast, and is sponsored by Farnam.

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