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Postage Pre-Paid TIME DATED MATERIAL – DO NOT DELAY ROPERS SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 2022 VOL. 54, NO. 7 $2.50 “The Original Team Roping Publication” Official Publication Of ACTRA Farewell To The King of the Cowboys Cotton Rosser The American flag has always been a prominent feature at all of Cotton Rosser’s Flying U Rodeos. – Photo courtesy of Flying U Rodeo/Rosser Family Cotton Rosser was presented the 2019 Legends of ProRodeo Award. – Photo by Vanessa Holder ACTRA National Finals October 15 - 25, 2022 See Program Inside This Issue For Details On The ACTRA National Finals, Chapter Finals & Qualifiers By Kendra Santos Cotton Rosser wore a lot of cowboy hats in his legendary life. The proud Rosser family patriarch made a mighty splash in the cowboy sport as a contestant, Cal Poly Rodeo standout, pioneer cowboy pilot, rancher, stock contractor and rodeo producer ext raordinai re. Consummate showman Cotton earned his billing as the King of the Cowboys and The PT Barnum of Professional Rodeo for his signature fast-paced performances, and never stopped taking rodeo production to the next level by figuring out yet another way to wow the crowd and put a smile on every single spectator’s face. Cotton Rosser was a rodeo man like none other. Horton Alexander “Cotton” Rosser was born to Canadian immigrants Levi David (LD) and Seneth Rosser on August 5, 1928 in Long Beach, California. He headed to Cowboy Heaven on June 22, 2022, but not before packing a whole lot of living into his nearly 94 years here. And oh, what a ride it was. Cotton came from humble beginnings, and never lost the humility that fueled his unwavering work ethic or forgot where he came from. He was proud to grow up delivering newspapers in Long Beach from the back of a donkey named Jack, and that he cleaned stalls at local stables and worked cattle on Catalina Island during the week to make the money to rodeo on weekends. Cotton started riding Hereford bulls at 13, and saddle broncs at 16. He worked every event as a young man, but always said, “My big three were steer wrestling, calf roping and bronc riding.” Cotton was a multi-event superstar who helped put the storied Cal Poly Rodeo tradition on the map. He was the first of three generations of Rosser family Mustangs, and bled green and gold all his life. It was fitting that Cotton—who was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from his beloved alma mater—l ived to see this spring’s dedication of the Cotton Rosser Rodeo Complex at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. “I owe everything to Cal Poly, and have used the Mustangs motto of ‘Learn by Doing’ all my life,” Cotton always said. “When I got hurt and couldn’t compete anymore, I learned by doing when it came to the rodeo production business.” While attending college on California’s Central Coast in the late 1940s and early ’50s, Cotton took to the professional rodeo trail. One of his favorite traveling partners was area rancher and ProRodeo Hall of Fame all-around cowboy Gene Rambo, who sometimes entered Cotton for half when he was making due on a college-cowboy budget. “Rambo wanted to take a hacksaw to a buckle one time when I won a rodeo,” Cotton loved to tell. “He said 50/50 is 50/50!” One of Cotton’s proudest cowboy accomplishments was when he won the allaround championship for Cal Poly at the 1951 College National Finals Rodeo at San Francisco’s Cow Palace, where he went on to host crowds comprised largely of city folks for over 60 years at the Grand National Livestock Exposition, Horse Show & Rodeo. Cotton’s competitive days were cut short in 1955, when at 27 he suffered a catastrophic, career-ending injury from a run-in with a posthole auger while building an arena on the home ranch in Marysville. He suffered compound fractures to both legs. Both of Cotton’s ankles were crushed, along with his competitive dreams. But Cotton being Cotton, he found a way to turn tragedy into triumph. In 1956, he and a partner bought the Flying U Rodeo Company. “That accident was the best thing that ever happened to me,” Cotton said of the silver lining. “My competitive cowboy days were over, but not my love of rodeo. I looked at it as a blessing. I would have went on and rodeoed. Instead, I got into management and putting on the shows.” Cowboy c ama r ade r i e kicked in on the heels of his horrific accident, and the man of a million friends found out who a few of them were early on. See COTTON ROSSER On Page 14

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Cardon, 30, acknowledged being a PRCA pickup man was something she never envisioned. “It is kind of one of those things that eventually just showed itself,” Cardon said. “I always admired it and loved it, but it isn’t something I thought I would do. Most of it came about when Josh (Reed) and I got together.” Cardon has been a pickup man for different rodeo associations and events for around seven years, but she didn’t make her PRCA debut until 2021 at the Brawley (Calif.) Cattle Call Rodeo, Nov. 14-15. “Last year, Josh, my fiancé, who is a pickup man, got hurt in Bakersfield (Calif.), and they scrambled to get another person to go to Brawley and we had been kicking around the idea to go ahead and get my card and my first rodeo was Brawley,” Jess said. “That was a big one to crack out at. A lot of times Josh and I pick up together. I have gone to a couple of rodeos now by myself. We just make sure I’m with the right other person. I also pickup a lot with Bronc Boehnlein and Danny Leslie, guys we dang sure know.” Cardon and her fiancé live in Caliente, Calif. They have their own business running commercial-based beef cattle. Jess Cardon doesn’t see herself as a pioneer. She’s an official PRCA card carrying pickup man. – Phil Doyle Photo “When Josh and I started dating, he was into being a pickup man, and I got around the right people to pickup,” Jess said. “I also definitely got on some really awesome horses. I grew up on cutting horses and I grew up on a cow-calf ranch in Caliente. I got into rodeo and team roped, just a little bit of everything.” Cardon acknowledged being a pickup woman in the PRCA was a bold move. “There absolutely was some fear there,” Cardon said. “I was so worried about the bareback riding because if somebody got hung up, I know I’m only so big and don’t have that brute strength. That’s why I go with guys who know me, and I know them. I’ve also figured out my spot when somebody gets hung up. My spot is to get a hold of the horse. My initial reaction is to get a hold of the horse and stop the action. “I would also like to thank Jeff Shearer who I pick up with. Also, with the help of Paul Applegarth at Wild West and Flying U Rodeo and the whole Rosser family I was able to get my start in this.” ROPERS SPORTS NEWS www.roperssportsnews.com Ropers Sports News (USPS 701920) is published monthly for $25 per year by Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242. Periodical postage paid at King City, CA 93930. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242. Advertising rates may be obtained by writing to Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242, or by phoning (209) 333-2924. Fax (209) 368-9512. E-mail: info@roperssportsnews.com. Ads, News Copy and Photos must be received by the 10th of each month to make the next month’s issue. Owner/Publisher BOB FEIST • General Manager STEPHANIE REYNOLDS ANDERSON ROPERS SPORTS NEWS www.roperssportsnews.com Ropers Sports News (USPS 701920) is published monthly for $25 per year by Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242. Periodical postage paid at King City, CA 93930. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242. Advertising rates may be obtained by writing to Ropers Sports News, 24060 N. Ray Road, Lodi, CA 95242, or by phoning (209) 333-2924. Fax (209) 368-9512. E-mail: info@roperssportsnews.com. Ads, News Copy and Photos must be received by the 10th of each month to make the next month’s issue. Owner/Publisher BOB FEIST • General Manager STEPHANIE REYNOLDS ANDERSON Cardon primarily works rodeos in the California Circuit. She has already been a pickup man at California rodeos in Brawley, Woodlake, Auburn, and Santa Maria and Glennville. “There was a lot of good reaction and some bad reaction,” Cardon said after her first rodeo in Brawley. “I just make sure I do my job and I do everything I can do correctly. As long I read the situation and put myself where I should be everything should work out just fine. I have several other rodeos planned for this summer and fall. I see myself doing this for a long time. I just feel like I’m a person doing my job. For me, it is not about being a pioneer or breaking a glass ceiling. To me, if you do what you love, then you never work a day in your life.”

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PAGE 4 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 2022 Mike Brewer 530-384-1128 fax 2022 BREWER PRODUCTIONS Presents OUR 58th YEAR! 2 x 6.5” Aug/2022 DOUBLE J SADDLERY SKYLINE SILVERSMITHS Brew (530) 519-2587 Home Of The Head Ducker Since 1964! No Computer -- Jus Brew! Go 4 Times • 1/3 Cattle • American & Mexican Steers • Electric Eye Never Nothin’ Held Out For Awards! REYNOLDS RANCH J.J. MAXWELL LEATHER Los Molinos, CA • Brewer’s Arena MONDAY NIGHTS, AUGUST 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29; SEPT. 5, 12, 19 Team Roping Practice, 7:00-9:00...... $25 _____________________________ WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, SU 6:45, Rope 7:00pm AUGUST 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; SEPT. 7, 14, 21 #5 Roping, #7 Hdcp. Draw....3 for $15 10-WEEK SUMMER SADDLE SERIES FINAL ROUND ROBIN WED., AUGUST 24: 20 for $200 ________________________________ Middletown, CA • Central Park Arena FRIDAY NIGHT AUG. 26 SU 5:30, Rope 6pm #5 Roping, #6 Roping, #7 Hdcp. 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SAT, JULY 16 #8 HDCP: 3 for $30, 42 teams 1st go: 1. Kaula Gouveia and Dean Conard, 7.8, $60. Average: 1. Cody Cash and Lane Murray, 28.0, $270. 2. Wendy Johnson and Pistol Bray, 28.9, $210. 3. Clayton Hanson and Buck Fitzgerald, 29.0, $140. 4. Clayton Hanson and Trace Conard, 19.2 on two, $90. #6: 3 for $30, 52 teams 1st go: 1. Clinton Cash and Mike Jardine, 7.5, $100. Average: 1. Clinton Cash and Dean Conard, 28.4, $300. 2. Clayton Hanson and Pistol Bray, 30.3, $250. 3. Cody Cash and Pistol Bray, 31.4, $200. 4. Jenny Kingley and Dusty Bravos, 34.5, $100. MIXED: 3 for $30, 34 teams 1st go: 1. Colt Bray and Pistol Bray, 8.2, $60. Average: 1. Brandy Jardine and Dusty Bravos, 41.8, $250. 2. Clinton Cash and Carson Cash, 17.4 on two, $200. 3. Colt Bray and Pistol Bray, 20.7, $150. SUN, JULY 17 #7 HDCP: 3 for $30, 48 teams 1st go: 1. Clayton Hanson and Kent Johnson, 8.1, $75. Average: Rob Kremer and JD Machado, 25.4, $275. 2. Grace Sherrick and Dusty Bravos, 26.8, $225. 3. Matt Jespersen and Dusty Bravos, 307, $175. 4. Kaula Gouveia and Chuck Cash, 31.3, $125. #5: 3 for $30, 65 teams 1st go: 1. Collin Snyder and Riley Amarant, 7.9, $100. 2. Wendy Johnson and Bob Johnson, 8.1, $50. Average: 1. Col l in Sny- #6 Roping champions at McCloud, Calif. were Clinton Cash and Dean Conard. They won buckles that were sponsored by the Squaw Valley Roping Club. der and Riley Amarant, 25.2, $320. 2. Wendy Johnson and Bob Johnson, 27.3, $270. 3. Colt Bray and Pistol Bray, 32.5, $220. 4. Cody Cash and Chuck Cash, 34.5, $170. 5. Clinton Cash and Chuck Cash, 36.6, $120. MIXED: 3 for $30, 42 teams 1st go: 1. Riley Bitel and Dusty Bravos, 8.0, $75. Average: 1. Colt Bray and Pistol Bray, 30.0, $250. 2. Colt Bray and Dusty Bravos, 40.6, $200. 3. Steph Andrews and Levi Andrews, 16.9 on two, $150. 4. Riley Bitel and Dusty Bravos, 17.8, $100. Brewer Productions Around The State Of California LOS MOLINOS, CALIF. – Brewer ’s continues their Wednesday night Saddle Series. The 10-week series will conclude August 24. NTRA number system was used. Results follow and payoff is per man: JULY 6 #5 ROPING: 3 for $15, 75 teams, #4 Summer Saddle Series 1st go: 1. Dani Wagner and Casey Moore, 78, $25. 2. Kaula Gouveia and Ron Hardin, 8.1, $15. Average: 1. Carson Bray and Jake Young, Jr., 29.8, $230. 2. Karen Moore and Ronnye Garcia, 30.3, $180. 3. Carson Bray and JD Machado, 31.7 $130. 4. Jess Wilson and Jake Young, Jr., 33.5, $80. 5. Hayden Boles and JD Machado, 34.5, $45. #7 HDCP: 3 for $15, 51 teams 1st. go: 1. Ronnye Garcia and Jerritt Wagner, 7.0, $20. Average: 1. JD Machado and Cole Hook, 26.7, $175. 2. Hayden Boles and Dusty Bravos, 28.3, $135. 3. Lacy Hook and Cole Hook, 32.5, $95. 4. Kamish Wagner and Ilan Davis, 34.6, $60. JULY 13 #5 ROPING: 3 for $15, 51 teams, #5 Summer Saddle Series 1st. go: 1. Kamish Wagner and Jake Young, Jr., 8.0, $20. Average: 1. Kamish Wagner and Lacy Hook, 37.1, $175. 2. Barb Kellogg and Ron Hardin, 42.7$135. 3. Karen Moore and Mike Keeling, 47.0, $95. 4. Kaula Gouveia and Jake Young, Jr., 20.3 on two, $60. #7 HDCP: 3 for $15, 40 teams 1st. go: 1. Kaula Gouveia and Jerritt Wagner, 7.7, $15. Average: 1. Kalena Kaiwi and Jerritt Wagner, 27.1, $140. 2. Kalena Kaiwi and Kaili Rice, 28.8, $110. 3. Kanton Wagner and Mike Keeling, 31.4, $80. 4. Shelby Dunning and Jerritt Wagner, 32.3, $50. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ MIDDLETOWN, CALIF. – The Annual Middletown Days roping was held June 17th at the Central Park Arena. Saddles were awarded to the high money winners, Header: Ashley Taylor, $525 and Heeler: Doug Glen, $600. High money buckles went to Chris Darger, $525 and to junior high money, Canyon Moore, $400. Certificate winners were Jack Rasmason and Mark Luchetti. JUNE 17 #5 ROPING: 3 for $25, 63 teams 1st. go: 1. (split) Shelby Yeager and Ronnye Garcia and Mark Luchetti and Jacob Slate, 9.1, $50 each. Average: 1. Chris Darger and Doug Parker, 38.9, $275. 2. Canyon Darger and Brian White, 39.8, $225. 3. Ashley Taylor and Montana Burn, 43.4, $175. 4. Shelby Yeager and Ronnye Garcia, 25.1 on two, $125. 5. Mark Luchetti and Montana Burn, 26.0, $75. #6 ROPING: 3 for $25, 65 teams 1st. go: 1. Ashley Taylor and Doug Glen, 8.7, $75. 2. Andy Gomez and Justin Hafsi, 8.8, $50. 3. Tamara Slate and Dave Mahoney, 8.9, $25. Average: 1. Ashley Taylor and Doug Glen, 32.5, $275. 2. Don Boydston and Fred Niesen, 36.6, $225. 3. Dan O’Donnel and Dusty Bravos, 37.2, $175. 4. Johnny Walker and JD Machado, 38.1, $125. 5. Kelly Harrelson and Dusty Bravos, 38.6, $75. #7 HDCP: 3 for $25, 50 teams 1st. go: 1. Jack Rasmason and Dusty Bravos, 9.4, $75. Average: 1. Chris Darger and Doug Glen, 26.3, $250. 2. (split) Justin Hafsi and Ronnye Garcia and Canyon Darger and Dusty Bravos, 27.0, $175 each. 4. Jack Rasmason and Fred Niesen, 30.9, $100.

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Jeff Ritchie and Frank Perez, 21.6, $128. 3. Larry Branco and Cliff Garrison, 24.4, $85. 4. Brian Costa and Rick Fausone, 25.6, $42. VISALIA, CA: JUNE 25 Added money donated by Ritchie’s Arena and Earl Hall. Thank you to Nuno and Lori Meneses for flagging and bring up cattle, and thanks to all the chute help. A big thanks to Jeff Ritchie for all you do for Senior Gold Card. OPEN 1st go: 1. HP Evetts and Gary Ford, 9.7, $156. 2. Sean Pascoe and Carl Wilken, 11.0, $104. 2nd go: 1. Cody Cowden and Todd Hampton, 6.6, $156. 2. Larry Branco and Cliff Garrison, 7.9, $104. Short go: 1. Sean Pascoe and Carl Wilken, 9.0, $112. 2. Derrek Hee and David Gill, 10.0, $67. 3. Vern Serpa and Jeff Luis, 10.1, $45. Average: 1. Sean Pascoe and Carl Wilken, 36.2, $234. 2. Derrek Hee and David Gill, 18.1 on 2, $156. Incentive: 1st go: 1. HP Evetts and Gary Ford, 9.7, $244. 2. Sean Pascoe and Carl Wilken, 11.0, $146. 3. Larry Branco and Cliff Garrison, 15.0, $98. 2nd go: 1. Larry Branco and Cliff Garrison, 7.9, $244. Derrek Hee and David Gill, 8.1, $146. 3. Vern Serpa and Jeff Luis, 8.2, $98. Inc. Average: 1. Larry Branco and Cliff Garrison, 22.9, $244. 2. Sean Pascoe and Carl Wilken, 27.9, $146. 3. Derrek Hee and David Gill, 8.1 on 1, $98. Safe & Easy To Use! Contact Jim Yarbrough (559) 875-8548 3385 N. Academy Ave. • Sanger, CA 93657 US Patent 6775965B2 Roper’s Quick Release

PAGE 6 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 2022 CHILOQUIN, OREGON– Roping producer Jeremy Garner held a 4th of July Roping that featured beautiful buckles to the winners. The weather was great and the turnout was awesome. Thank you to everyone that came to rope and celebrate Independence Day weekend. Results follow and payouts are per man: SAT., JULY 2 #8 HDCP: 4 for $40, 260 teams 1st. go: 1. Kattie Wemple and Todd Teskey, 6.76, $200. 2. Bayli Ladner and Barry O’Leary, 6.84, $130. Average: 1. Clay Ayres and Travis Wienke, 23.48, $1,020. 2. Clayton Hansen and Garrett Gallagher, 26.25, $885. 3. Colt Bray and Jimmy Gallagher, 26.68, $750. 4. Marty VanCleve and Bobby Butler, 29.38, $620. 5. Alex Baldwin and Roy Owens, 31.08, $485. 6. Laney Moore and Ryan Young, 32.82, $355. 7. Roger Kaiwi and Lacy Hook, 33.58, $220. 9. Nancy Fernlund and Trevor Ayres, 34.22, $85. #6.5: 3 for $30, 166 teams 1st. go: 1. Preston Young and Dillon Young, 6.48, $150. 2. Lucas Teskey and Ryan Gallagher, 6.67, $95. 3. Clayton Hansen and Gary Hepper, 7.06, $60. Average: 1. Garrett Weltzin and Roy Owens, 23.56, $710. 2. Cody Knoll and Casey Awbrey 24.07, $600. 4. Hannah Cash and CJ Cash, 24.40, $380. 5. Dean Smith and Pistol Bray, 24.76, $275. 6. Garrett Gallagher and Pistol Bray, 26.82, $165. 7. Collin Snyder and CJ Cash, 27.22, $110. #4.5: 3 for $30, 88 teams 1st. go: 1. Jay Guerrero and Pee Wee Freeman, 5.44, $105. 2. Zach Engelhart and Cody Parker, 6.37, $70. Average: 1. Preston Young and CJ Cash, 29.83, $570. 2. Garrett Weltzin and Bobby Alexander, 31.33, $475. 3. Zack Engelhart and Casey Awbrey, 33.02, $375. 4. Preston Young and Cody Parker, 34.04, $275. 5. Marti Anderson and CJ Cash, 35.32, $175. 6. Eric Petersen and PeeWee Freeman, 36.58, $100. SAT., JULY 2 #6.5: 3 for $30, 196 teams 1st. go: 1. Dean White and Dillon Young, 6.57, $175. 2. Cody Cash and Colton Campbell, 6.79, $115. 3. Cody Cash and Colton Campbell, 6.41, $60. Average: 1. Lonnie Brooks and CJ Cash, 30.96, $840. 2. Tate Freeman and Col ton Campbell, 21.22, $710. 3. Samantha Gallagher and Ryan Gallagher, 22.67, $585. 4. Bayli Ladner and Skeeter Duby and 22.79, $450. 6. Cody Cash and Colton Campbell, 24.15, $195. 7. Jeanne Gieck and Cody Parker, 24.49, $130. #5.5: 3 for $30, 324 teams 1st. go: 1. Clayton Hansen and Matt Jespersen, 6.57, $280. 2. Karen Young and Ryan Young, 6.62, $190. 3. Butch King and JR Brown, 7.60, $60. Average: 1. Brandon Ayres and Lucas Teskey, 24.11, $1,240. 2. Marti Anderson and Misty Perry, 26.22, $1,080. 3. Todd Muller and and John Guerrero, 26.51, $915. 4. Shelby Dunning and Garrett Weltzin, 29.31, $7555. 5. Clayton Oakley and Luke Andrews, 30.54, $595. 6. Tracie Thornburgh and Garrett Weltzin, 31.98, $430. 7. (split) Butch King and JR Brown and Libby Merkley and Billy Ward, 32.13, $190 each. ALL GIRL: 3 for $30, 121 teams 1st. go: 1. Lacy Hook and Misty Perry, 8.60, $110. 2. Bethanie Bray and Jaime Gill, 8.93, $65. Average: 1st. Casey Romine and Ashley Gallagher, 32.53, $590. 2. Molly Hepper and Misty Perry, 37.32, $490. 3. Nancy Fernlund and Ashley Gallagher, 41.39, $385. 4. Teegan Hill and Ashley Gallagher, 44.34, $285. 5. Sammy Jo Duby and Alex Baldwin, 46.64, $185. 6. Jeanne Gieck and Jaclyn Schock, 47.13, $100. #8 HDCP: 4 for $40, 92 teams 1st. go: 1. Tanner Patzke and CJ Cash, 5.73, $110. 2. Garrett Gallagher and Dan Holland, 5.87, $70. Average: 1. Adam White and Spencer Mitchell, 26.35, $600. Colton Campbell and Spencer Mitchell, 27.13, $390. 3. Adam White and Cody Parker, 27.97, $390. 5. Adam White and Quade Patzke, 29.09, $185. 6. Alan Berryessa and CJ Cash, 30.36, $105. MON., JULY 4 #7 HDCP: 4 for $40, 96 teams 1st. go: 1. Kattie Wemple and Colton Campbell, $115. 2. #8 winners on July 3, Adam White and Spencer Mitchell. All Girl winners Casey Romine and Ashley Gallagher. #3.5 winners Colt Bray and Cody Knoll. #6.5 winners on July 2, Garrett Weltzin and Roy Owens. #8 winners on July 2, CJ Cash and Preston Young. #4.5 winners on July 2, Travis Wienke and Clay Ayres. #5.5 winners on July 4, Cody Cash and Brazos Roberts. #6.5 winners on July 3, CJ Cash and Lonnie Brooks. Rope The Fort Fourth Of July Weekend In Chiloquin #5.5 winners on July 3, Lucas Teskey and Brandon Ayres. #7 winners on July 4th were Samantha and Ryan Gallagher. Jeanne Gieck and Ryan Gallagher, $75. Average: 1. Samantha Gallagher and Ryan Gallagher, $630. 2. Garrett Gallagher and Skeeter Duby, $520. 3. Devin Kerr and Colton Campbell, $410. 4. Jeanne Gieck and Skeeter Duby, $305. 5. Kattie Wemple and Cody Parker, $195. 6. Garrett Gallagher and Cody Parker, $110. #4.5: 3 for $30, 270 teams 1st. go: 1. Susie Barney and Lucas Teskey, 5.89 $230. 2. Geoff Bitle and Taylor Smith, See ROPE THE FORT On Page 7

AUGUST 2022 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS PAGE 7 for the $1 million bonus culminates. The nationally broadcast event will turn all eyes toward Texas as the Top 5 Contender Champions go head-to-head with the Top 5 in the world standings for a high-stakes showdown. About The American: Hailed as The Crown Jewel of Rodeo™, The American Rodeo is an unrivaled celebration of the pioneering spirit of the American West. The national sporting event offers fans a unique choice - to cheer on rodeo’s finest, champion athletes, or root for the underdog “Contenders” chasing a $1 million bonus – through every rodeo, roping and riding effort. All combined with star-studded music, a western festival and more. Acquired by Teton Ridge in 2021, The American Rodeo is an annual western sports and entertainment celebration that matches professional rodeo’s top athletes against the world’s most aspirational cowboys and cowgirls, who have put up their own money to bet on themselves in this high-stakes showdown. For more information on The American Rodeo, please visit americanrodeo. com or @TheAmerican.TR on Instagram @TheAmericanTR on Facebook and Twitter. About Teton Ridge: Teton Ridge is a multi-platform, wholly American-owned brand and media company devoted to the iconic American western way of life and western sports. Teton Ridge’s Sports division was created with the singular focus of elevating classic Western sports and America’s western culture on the world stage, while broadening audiences around the globe as well as at home. Friday, Aug. 12th Sign Up 6:00pm, Rope at 7:00pm #8 Hdcp. Draw, 4 for $40 #6½ Pick ’N Draw, 4 for $40 Participation and money won during this Friday roping counts towards the Friday Night Roping Series as well as the High-Money awards for the weekend. Saturday, Aug. 13th Sign Up 8:00am, Rope at 9:00am #8 Hdcp. Draw, 4 for $40 #6½ Pick ’N Draw, 3 for $30 #5½ Pick ’N Draw, 3 for $30 All Girl Pick ’N Draw, 3 for $30 Sunday, Aug. 14th Sign Up 8:00am, Rope at 9:00am #7 Hdcp. Pick ’N Draw, 4 for $40 #4½ Pick ’N Draw, 3 for $30 #3½ Pick ’N Draw, 3 for $30 Teton Ridge Launches Revitalized Tournament-Style Competition Format for The American Rodeo 2023 ARLINGTON, Tex. – To further advance the western sports industry and bring increased opportunities for athletes to compete in cities across the country, Teton Ridge has announced a newly revised qualification system for The American Rodeo 2023. The American Rodeo is an unrivaled celebration of the pioneering spirit of the American West and represents the richest single-day event in all of western sports. The improved, re-imagined tournament-style format, The American Contender Tournament, features increased prize money as athletes make their way through the competition structure, and delivers more opportunities than ever before for athletes to advance toward the richest single-day in rodeo. The new format will also make it easier for fans at home to follow their favorite athletes on their path to The American Rodeo 2023. “Since Teton Ridge acquired The American Rodeo last year, our ambition has been to elevate western sports to a national stage,” stated Joe Loverro, President of Teton Ridge Sports. “The revitalized American Contender Tournament is a first step towards that longterm goal.” Made up of multiple qualifying rounds dedicated to each of the eight disciplines of rodeo, the newly launched format will host more than 50 events in cities coast to coast, beginning in July 2022 through February 2023. Rodeo athletes will have the opportunity to earn a spot at The American Rodeo by going through a clearly defined, highly competitive tournamentstyle series of qualifiers that culminates at the Contender Tournament Finals in Texas. Teton Ridge has added guaranteed prize money to regional semi-finals and regional finals upwards of $900,000 which takes the total prize money opportunity to nearly $6 million. Rounds are outlined as follows: Round 1: The American Contender Tournament, consisting of three regions (East, Central and West) and hosting up to 54 qualifying events, is open to athletes of all levels and ages. The expanded selection of contender events will welcome thousands of new and existing athletes to compete for their chance to advance to the Regional Semi-Finals. Round 2: The American Contender Tournament Regional Semi-Finals features up to 100 top athletes in each discipline joining the automatically seeded athletes from the 2022 PRCA/WPRA world standings, who will compete for the opportunity to advance to the Regional Finals. Round 3: The American Contender Tournament Regional Finals, which will be three nationally televised events, will host the Top 10 athletes advancing from the Semi-Finals plus two athletes who have earned a spot through the Redemption Round, a last chance qualifier after a regional SemiFinals. Round 4: The American Contender Tournament Finals kicks off The American Rodeo week in Texas with nationally broadcast events, bringing the Top 4 athletes from each Regional Finals plus one athlete advancing through the Contender Tournament Wild Card event. The American Rodeo (www. americanrodeo.com) is where all roads ultimately lead to the richest single-day rodeo on March 11, 2023, as the chase 6.83, $155. Average: 1. Cody Cash and Brazos Roberts, 23.35, $1,050. 2. Laney Moore and Garrett Gallagher, 24.67, $905. 3. Jack Rasmason and Misty Perry, 25.33, $770. 4. Bayli Ladner and Cody Knoll, 25.76, $635. 5. Amy Fitzpatrick and Todd Teskey, 26.81, $500. 6. Shelby Dunning and Garrett Gallagher, 28.06, $365. 7. Rikki Baldwin and Roy Owens, 28.15, $225. 8. Colt Bray and Roy Owens, 29.52, $90. #3.5: 3 for $30, 124 teams 1st. go: 1. Nancy Fernlund and Taylor Smith, 7.38, $110. 2. Colt Bray and Cody Knoll, 7.50, $70. Average: 1. Colt Bray and Cody Knoll, 25.55, $605. 2. Rikki Baldwin and Misty Perry, 29.40, $500. 3. Caleb Knoll and Garrett Gallagher, 34.19, $395. 4. Colt Bray and Carl Fernlund, 34.93, $290. 5. Jack Armstrong and Barry O’Leary, 37.48, $190. 6. Rylee Ayres and Cody Cash, 45.02, $105. Rope The Fort... From Page 6

PAGE 8 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 2022 July 2 & 3 at Centennial Livestock Arena, Bridgeport, CA $28K Plus In Cash & Awards At Bridgeport Ranch Rodeo The Los Cazadores were the champions of the Open Division. Pictured left to right are Marcus Bunn (rodeo producer), Lee Whitney, Zalin Arritola, Jake Bourdet, Dennis Fowler (announcer) and Franky Martinez. The winners won Resistol pads, Yeti Loadout Bucket Coolers and $5,760. 24 teams were entered. The Team Roping Champions were the Hafenfeld Ranch. The winners were Laramie Collins, Bennett Beard, Tanner Watt and Dylan Dishion. Los Cazadores won the Calf Branding. Pictured left to right is rodeo producer, Marcus Bunn, Lee Whitney, Jake Bourdet, Zalin Arritola and Franky Martinez. The Coasties were named the Women’s Division champions. Pictured left to right are Marcus Bunn (rodeo producer), Ali Bilkey, Brooke Jackson, Marcey Chaves and Courtney Hartzell. They won Resistol pads, Yeti Loadout Bucket Coolers and $4,000. Ali Bilkey and Franky Martinez were co-champions of the Ranch Horse Class, both scoring 170 points. Ali took home a Turtlebox Bluetooth Speaker and Franky took home the buckle. Presenting is Pat Russell, one of the event judges. Tegan Nevarez, representing the Masini Ranch, scored 86 points to win the Ranch Saddle Bronc Riding. Pat Russell (left), one of two judges, presents Tegan with his buckle. Representing the Double G Ranch, Nick Nalder and Jake Ward won the Double Mugging competition. Marcus Bunn presents awards. Summer Tex was the Steer Stopping jackpot champion. Rodeo producer Marcus Bunn presents her buckle. Kassi Venturacci was the Ladies Steer S t opp i ng champ i on . Ma r cus Bunn presenting.

AUGUST 2022 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS PAGE 9 Match Branding, ACTRA Team Roping, Kids Goat Roping & Family Day Centennial Livestock Arena SEPTEMBER 2nd, 3rd & 4th A Great Place to Spend Labor Day Weekend! Contact Kim Bunn for Entries & Information: (760) 616-4078 kimbunn77@gmail.com ★ ★ ★ Open Match Branding ★ SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 9am $$$ PLUS BUCK FULSTONE HANDMADE BUCKLES TO AVERAGE WINNERS $$$ TO SECOND PLACE Three Person Team..........$600/team Enter Once, Pre-Enter Only. Limited to first 32 paid teams who will compete for time. Top 16 teams will be drawn and go to single elimination brackets. ACTRA Team Roping FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 & SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 SU 1pm, Rope 2pm • Same Format, Same Time Each Day BUCKLE TO HIGH MONEY #2.5 & UNDER AND #3 & OVER FOR THE WEEKEND #6 Hdcp. Pick 1/Draw 2 .......3 for $40/$120 #5.5 Pick Or Draw ........................3 for $40 SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 KIDS GOAT BRANDING Following Match Branding – No Horses BUCKLES TO WINNERS Enter on site, $100/team ($25 per person) • 4-person team will rope and paint brand 2 head • Ages 7-10 years old will compete with 2 adults of their choosing; adults do not win prizes. Switch out your partner to make a new team. • Ages 11-14 years are the same rules. CASH & PRIZES

PAGE 10 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 2022 ACTRA CALIFORNIA TEAM ROPING RESULTS 39.39, $165. 6. Melvin Rogers and Mark Burner, 40.67, $90. #4 ROPING: $25 1st go: 1. Pecas Patton and Trent Galvan, 5.04, $155. 2. Beau Chaney and Steve Hatcher, 8.80, $115. 3. Clayton Greynolds and Rachelle McGhee, 9.60, $75. 4. Gregory Brown and Owen Redfeairn, 9.65, $35. Average: 1. Beau Chaney and Trent Galvan, 32.14, $460. 2. Bruce Sherley and Terry Holliday, 34.85, $380. 3. Clayton Greynolds and Owen Redfeairn, 37.87, $300. 4. Bruce Sherley and Kevin Endres, 41.43, $220. 5. Seth Sweeney and Breanna Blaswich, 43.21, $140. 6. Mike Sweeney and Kevin Endres, 44.57, $75. #3 ROPING: $20 1st go: 1. Carly Cardoza and Ernie Cardoza, 9.23, $70. 2. Beau Chaney and Jeannie Cardoza, 9.66, $45. Average: 1. Beau Chaney and Jeannie Cardoza, 20.11, $185. 2. Carly Cardoza and Ernie Cardoza, 21.16, $140. 3. Melanie Forzano and Dawsyn Ozcoidi, 28.76, $65. 3. Melanie Forzano and Jack Forzano, 28.76, $65. Circle N Arena Tulare, Calif. JULY 8 HDCP. P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Pecas Patton and Paul Mullins, 5.29, $190. 2. Trent Galvan and Camren Boyce, 5.92, $145. 3. Kylie Carter and Camren Boyce, 6.14, $95. 4. Michael Rapoza and David Daniel, 6.30, $45. Average: 1. Tanner Brumley and Stephen Howard, 22.84, $560. 2. Corinne Manes and Tristan Luther, 24.37, $465. 3. Kylie Carter and Myles Keeney, 24.64, $365. 4. George Lynn Lockett and Nathan Scott, 26.27, $270. 5. Dustie Christensen and Paul Mullins, 27.53, $170. 6. Mike Christensen and Wade Garrison, 28.27, $95. JULY 1 HDCP. P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Mike Christensen and Paul Mullins, 5.87, $120. 2. Mike Christensen and David Daniel, 6.28, $90. 3. Tanner Brumley and Stephen Howard, 7.11, $65. Average: 1. Brad Eppler and Stephen Howard, 23.09, $450. 2. Breanna Blaswich and Nathan Scott, 24.20, $340. 3. Dustie Christensen and Mike Christensen, 28.63, $225. 4. Gene Knauer and Nathan Scott, 34.13, $110. RCR Arena Paso Robles, Calif. JULY 7 $190. 6. Kurtis Ewing and Marc Blumberg, 38.21, $100. #5.5: $40 1st go: 1. Michael Frost and Michael Fuller, 6.89, $215. 2. Enrique Rodriguez and Jeff Fontes, 7.19, $145. Average: 1. Rebeccah Haller and Tony Lee Boggs, 25.09, $725. 2. Rebeccah Haller and Michael Fuller, 25.20, $560. 3. Emily Hammed and Mike Fontes, 27.15, $390. 4. William Frost and Van Todd, 27.67, $250. 5. Enrique Rodriguez and Mike Fontes, 28.28, $140. V7 @ Turlock Horsemen’s Club Turlock, Calif. JULY 10 #5.5 P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Hank Brown and Joe Robinson, 4.82, $190. 2. Daniel Green and Eli Green, 4.88, $140. 3. Kelvin Medeiros and Stoney Boy Joseph, 4.89, $100. 4. Trystin Hooper and Stoney Boy Joseph, 10.03, $30. Average: 1. Frank VanArtsdalen and Tyler Masada, 20.87, $540. 2. Adam Silveira and Mario Reynoso, 24.01, $445. 3. Joe Robinson and Ryan Wheatley, 29.64, $350. 4. John Wheatley Jr. and Dakota McCurley, 30.47, $260. 5. Ryan Bettencourt and Stoney Boy Joseph, 30.48, $165. 6. Kelvin Medeiros and Stoney Boy Joseph, 30.86, $90. #5.5 P/D: $14 1st go: 1. Karter Bradley and Mario Reynoso, 7.31, $50. 2. Joe Robinson and Newt Machado, 10.43, $14. Average: 1. John Wheatley Jr. and Ryan Wheatley, 14.00, $129. 2. Stoney Boy Joseph and Branstan Joseph, 14.55, $99. 3. Bronc Rowland and Branstan Joseph, 15.53, $70. #4.5 P/D: $14 1st go: 1. Don Bedford and Tyler Masada, 8.39, $23. Average: 1. Britt Jo Faborito and Tyler Masada, 22.67, $80. 2. Jay T. Hart Jr. and Jay G. Hart, 27.68, $53. JUNE 19 #5.5 P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Bronc Rowland and Tucker Alexander, 5.93, $160. 2. Brittany Silveira and Shawn Aguiar, 7.06, $110. 3. Lee Moyle and Tucker Alexander, 9.80, $30. Average: 1. Brittany Silveira and Shawn Aguiar, 25.72, $500. 2. Lee Moyle and Tucker Alexander, 30.31, $390. 3. Nicholas Goodman and Eric Cozzitorto, 31.93, $255. 4. Lenai Branco and Joe Robinson, 32.67, $125. #5.5 P/D: $14 1st go: 1. John Wheatley Jr. and Joe Robinson, 7.12, $50. 2. Karter Bradley and Tucker Alexander, 10.14, $14. Average: 1. John Wheatley Jr. and Tucker Alexander, 16.24, $130. 2. Karter Bradley and Tucker Alexander, 18.28, $98. 3. Stanley Silva III and Lane Matthews, 22.59, $70. Fairlea Ranch Exeter, Calif. JULY 10 #5.5: $25 1st go: 1. Pecas Patton and Myles Kenney, 7.19, $180. 2. Clayton Greynolds and Richie Jones, 7.50, $135. 3. Chris Roderick and Kevin Pascoe, 7.59, $90. 4. Christian Drumheller and Jeff Bryant, 7.64, $45. Average: 1. Sutton Lockett and Bobby Roberts, 35.02, $530. 2. Karen Dias and Cory Carvalho, 35.51, $440. 3. Keith Blevins and Kevin Dias, 37.24, $345. 4. Seth Sweeney and Terry Holliday, 38.44, $255. 5. Carly Cardoza and Tim Gaither, R-W Productions Hollister, Calif. JULY 13 #8 HDCP P/D: $12 1st go: 1. Kelvin Medeiros and Branstan Joseph, 6.92, $45. 2. McKenna Wood and Branstan Joseph, 7.16, $30. 3. Zeak Shorter and Blake Fortuno, 7.40, $20. Average: 1. Kelvin Medeiros and Branstan Joseph, 12.41, $180. 2. Lillian Mendonsa and Branstan Joseph, 12.47, $150. 3. Blake Fortuno and AJ Pennington, 12.52, $120. 4. Zeak Shorter and Jimmy Atkins, 14.91, $90. 5. McKenna Wood and Branstan Joseph, 16.18, $60. JULY 6 #8 HDCP P/D: $12 1st go: 1. Vincent Nino and PK Kennedy, 6.05, $50. 2. Vincent Nino and Billy Jay Aviles, 6.87, $40. 3. Billy Armendariz and Kevin Wilkinson, 7.82, $30. Average: 1. Emily Brewen and Jack Dellis, 13.72, $200. 2. Lukas Perry and AJ Pennington, 15.68, $170. 3. Lisa Jones and John Flook, 16.07, $130. 4. Chad Jacobson and Travis Carter, 17.11, $100. 5. Billy Jay Aviles and Travis Carter, 17.18, $70. 6. Brad Eppler and Dillon Almason, 17.82, $40. #8 HDCP P/D: $12 1st go: 1. AJ Moreno and George Dellis, 7.63, $25. 2. Travis Carter and Billy Jay Aviles, 8.39, $12. Average: 1. Travis Carter and Billy Jay Aviles, 15.49, $85. 2. AJ Moreno and George Dellis, 17.52, $65. 3. AJ Moreno and Billy Jay Aviles, 20.15, $45. JUNE 29 #8 HDCP P/D: $12 1st go: 1. Dina Cupit and Seth Sanders, 7.43, $45. 2. Lisa Jones and Kolton Matthews, 7.48, $35. 3. Jacquelyn Curto and Seth Sanders, 8.02, $20. Average: 1. River Sage Red Eagle and John Red Eagle, 12.66, $175. 2. CJ Bearden and Kolton Matthews, 15.37, $145. 3. Brody Sans and Kolton Matthews, 16.86, $115. 4. River Sage Red Eagle and PK Kennedy, 22.18, $85. 5. Colten Gozzelino and JC Castellanos, 23.41, $60. Monterey County Sheriff Posse Salinas, Calif. JULY 12 #8 HDCP P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Juan Ramirez and Joey Acevedo, 5.38, $200. 2. Juan Rami rez and Tanner Brown, 5.55, $150. 3. Juan Ramirez and Corey Walker, 5.74, $100. Average: 1. Bart Bonfantini and Joey Acevedo, 22.43, $525. See ACTRA CALIFORNIA On Page 11 2. Vincent Nino and Joey Acevedo, 22.55, $440. 3. Peter Chiang and Tanner Brown, 25.10, $350. 4. Edgar Lomeli and DJ Parker, 25.44, $260. 5. Hank Brown and Billy Jay Aviles, 26.97, $165. 6. Juan Ramirez and Tanner Brown, 27.38, $100. JULY 5 #8 HDCP P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Hank Brown and Jake Bourdet, 5.01, $240. 2. Kelly Barker and DJ Parker, 6.04, $160. Average: 1. Hank Brown and Jake Bourdet, 22.65, $500. 2. Corey Walker and Bert Ferrasci, 24.21, $415. 3. Edgar Lomeli and PK Kennedy, 25.14, $335. 4. DJ Parker and Warren Enz, 25.42, $250. 5. Timothy J. Baldwin and John Flook, 26.96, $165. Fillmore Roping Club Fillmore, Calif. JUNE 25 #4: $30 1st go: 1. Michael Frost and Juan Jiminez, 6.64, $180. 2. Cody Stamper and John Stamper, 7.32, $110. 3. Gracie Perez and Pedro Perez, 8.10, $80. Average: 1. Michael Frost and Juan Jimenez, 23.01, $600. 2. Jamie Fontes and Will Jones, 32.22, $500. 3. Mark Hewett and Erik Olson, 33.57, $390. 4. Emily Hammed and Richard Haller, 37.02, $290. 5. Sergio Rangel and Pedro Perez, 37.23, Winners of the June high point buckles at Quarter Circle R Arena in Galt, Calif., were Tucker Alexander (l), #2.5 & Over, and Cuatro Sanchez, #2 & Under. Presenting their awards is roping producer Walt Rodman. June High Point Buckle Winners Tristan Schmidt was the high money buckle winner at the Gilroy, Calif., roping held June 21. Presenting are Jesse Brown, left, and Eric Cozzitorto, V7 Roping Productions. Gilroy Rodeo Grounds

AUGUST 2022 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS PAGE 11 ACTRA Members Only ACTRA Rules & Numbers at Gustine ARENA 939 Canal School Rd. • Gustine, CA FRIDAY NIGHTS AUGUST 12, 19 & 26: CUSTOM BEST EVER PAD TO HIGH MONEY ROPER ON AUG. 12 SU 6pm, Books Close 6:45pm, Rope 7pm #8 Hdcp Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All, 4 for $40 35% Cattle/Office Charge • One Team Out CASH ONLY! SUNDAYS AT TURLOCK: Sun., August 7, 14, 21 & September 18 BUCKLE TO HIGH POINT ROPER AUG. 21 Team Roping Practice, 8am-9am ...........$20/Horse SU 8am, Books Close 8:45, Rope 9am #5.5 Hdcp Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All..... 3 for $30 35% Cattle/Office Charge #5.5 Pick Or Draw ($7 Cattle/Office) ...............2 for $14 #4.5 Pick Or Draw ($7 Cattle/Office) ...............2 for $14 TC TAKOS Food On Site Sundays — CASH ONLY — • ACTRA Members Only • ACTRA Rules & Numbers Eric Cozzitorto (209) 777-2910 Late Entries, call/text Andee @ (209) 585-5698 presents at Turlock Horsemen’s Club Turlock, CA 1506 S. Tegner Rd. 95380 4 x 11.5 Aug2022 Gilroy rodeo 2365 Dunlap Ave., 95020 Gilroy, CA Kickoff Team Roping Thur., August 4TH SU 6pm, Books Close 6:40, Rope 7pm #8 Hdcp. Pick 1/Draw 1 or Draw All, 4 for $40 35% Cattle Charge • 2 Teams Out • FOOD ON SITE ★ Gilroy rodeo Grounds ★ 2365 Dunlap Ave., 95020 • GILROY, CA Tuesday Night Ropings Last two Tuesdays of the month: August 23, 30 SU 6pm, Books Close 6:45, Rope 7pm Running Late? Call or text Andee BEFORE 6:45! #8 Hdcp. Pick 1/Draw 1 or Draw All ... 3 for $30 35% Cattle Charge • 2 Teams Out • FOOD ON SITE Saucy Shrimp Shack TACOS ON SITE at Monterey Co. Sheriffs Posse Arena • Salinas, CA 395 Old Natividad Rd, 93902 $2,000 ADDED MONEY IN THE AVERAGE! Anyone Can Win! Must attend 3 out of the 4 jackpots (June 21, 28, July 19, 26) to win following prizes, which go to High Money Header & Heeler of the day on August 4. 1ST: BUCKLE/BEST EVER PADS 2ND: YETI COOLERS 3RD: CUSTOM YETI CUPS 4TH: BYRD KNIVES BUCKLES TO #1.5 & UNDER HIGH MONEY HEADER & HEELER Weather Permitting FOOD ON SITE Sundays FIRST TWO TUESDAYS OF THE MONTH: Tuesdays: August 2 & 9 September 6 & 13 SU 6pm, Books Close 6:45pm, Rope 7pm #8 Hdcp. Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All.. 3 for $30 FOOD ON SITE ACTRA D ble Qualifi SunDAY, AUGUST 28 SU 9, Books Close at 9:45, Rope at 10am CUSTOM BEST EVER SADDLE PAD TO HIGH MONEY #3 & UNDER ROPER #7Hdcp. Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All.... 3 for $30 #8 Hdcp. Draw Pot.............................. 3 for $30 FOOD ON SITE ACTRA D ble Qualifi Saturday, August 27 SU 8am, Books Close at 8:45, Rope 9am VAQUERO BUCKLE TO HIGH MONEY #3 & UNDER ROPER #5.5 Hdcp Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All..... 3 for $30 #7 Hdcp. Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw All........3 for $30 35% Cattle • FOOD ON SITE ________________________________ Please Note Date Change! See ACTRA CALIFORNIA On Page 12 ACTRA National... From Page 10 #4.5: $30 1st go: 1/2/3/4 (tie). Lane Luis and Colton White; Oscar Aguayo and David Zepeda; Oscar Aguayo and Col ton White; Lane Luis and David Zepeda, 6.54, $188. Average: 1. David Zepeda and Daniel Miranda, 24.84, $742. 2. Lane Luis and Colton White, 26.99, $618. 3. Bandy Joe Smith Sr. and Drew Tilton, 29.78, $494. 4. Trey White and Colton White, 29.91, $371. 5. Justin Rhoades and Trey White, 30.68, $247. 6. Trey White and Alison Grantham, 33.97, $60. JUNE 30 #4.5: $30 1st go: 1. Bryan Gomes and Tyler Amos, 6.45, $232. 2. Bryan Gomes and Chase Grantham, 6.85, $60. Average: 1. Bryan Gomes and Chase Grantham, 25.80, $754. 2. Eric Redberg and Six Puentes, 26.20, $549. 3. David Zepeda and Luis Ramirez, 34.24, $439. 4. Cheyne Torres and Cash Filipponi, 34.65, $329. 5. Six Puentes and Josh Shambl in, 34.89, $219. 6. Bryan Gomes and Cash Filipponi, 37.92, $60. Quarter Circle R Productions Galt, Calif. JULY 6 #7 HDCP P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Max Loya and Anival Guerero, 6.73, $60. 2. Max Loya and Ryan Wheatley, 6.85, $40. Average: 1. Max Loya and Ryan Wheatley, 23.05, $310. 2. Max Loya and Anival Guerrero, 25.90, $230. 3. Johnny T. Callahan and Tucker Alexander, 27.38, $155. 4. Wendy Sparrowk and Jeff Sparrowk, 32.22, $80. #5 P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Brandy Joseph and Tucker Alexander, 8.25, $30. Average: 1. Branstan Joseph and Tyler Masada, 27.53, $230. 2. Chase Nevis and Ryan Wheatley, 29.83, $140. 3. John Wheatley Jr. and Max Loya, 44.51, $90. JUNE 29 #7 HDCP P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Mike Potts and Eli Green, 6.65, $120. 2. Eli Green and Layton Oswald, 6.71, $80. Average: 1. Eli Green and Layton Oswald, 23.86, $410. 2. Trystin Hooper and Clay Horton, 26.42, $300. 3. Les Oswald and Cade Juenemann, 30.52, $195. 4. Trevor Messersmith and Jake Juenemann, 36.56, $110. 5. Johnny T. Callahan and Tucker Alexander, 37.69, $65. #5.5 P/D: $30 1st go: 1. Canyon Darger and Tucker Alexander, 7.48, $60. 2. Cuatro Sanchez and Tucker Alexander, 8.63, $30. Average: 1. Cuatro Sanchez and Tucker Alexander, 30.69, $240. 2. Jason Weatherby and Clay Horton, 35.05, $180. 3. Cuatro Sanchez and Buck Baca, 37.22, $120. 4. Canyon Darger and Tucker Alexander, 38.22, $60. Chase-n-Money Arena Templeton, Calif. JULY 5 #5.5 HDCP: $30 1st go: 1. Trey White and Nolan Twisselman, 5.90, $115. 2. Anthony Borgatello and Anselmo Ramirez, 6.59, $75. Average: 1. Trey White and Caleb Twisselman, 22.28, $425. 2. Luis Ramirez and Anselmo Ramirez, 24.93, $320. 3. Trey White and Jessica Crofoot, 26.94, $210. 4. Cathie Twisselman and Nolan Twisselman, High money buckle winner at R-W Productions in Hollister, Calif., on July 13 was Branstan Joseph, with his good palomino horse. McKenna Wood presenting award. R-W Productions

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