Rising Up: 2019 Cinch All Girl High Money Champion Kelsey Barry
While the standings throughout the 2019 season suggested an easy victory, in actuality, Kelsey Barry—the 2019 Cinch All Girl High Money Champion—faced unforeseen challenges and rose above them.
Breaking Into The Top Five: Holly Ricken
Holly Ricken, of Boone, Colorado, breaks into the Cinch Ladies Standings Top 5 with a powerhouse month of roping in May.
Go-To-Girl: Top 5 Ladies in The USTRC Standings
As the season heats up, the women of the USTRC are winning dollars and taking names, while adding their own to the Cinch Ladies Standings.
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Cinch Ladies: First Top 5 Go-To Girls
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.
2018 USTRC Cinch Ladies Champion: Kyla Stamps
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.
Kyla Stamps Recovers from Surgery in Time to Win
TRJ Go-To Girl Kyla Stamps isn’t letting three hospital visits and two surgeries get between her and Las Vegas, even if it’s only been six days.
Go-To-Girl: Tish Luke
Despite the loss of her best horse and last year’s broken foot, Luke claimed the second spot in the rankings when she won the #11-exclusive and the top two spots in the all-girl at the Rocky Top Super Qualifier.
USTRC's Cinch Ladies Standings featuring Caroline Taylor
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.