Ropers Sports News • September-October 2022

PAGE 28 ROPERS SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2022 Day After Thanksgiving Roping FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th Fillmore Roping Club 338 Chambersburg Rd. Fillmore, CA Sign Up 9am, Rope 10am 35% Cattle Chg. • 5 Sec. Barrier #4 Pick/Draw.................................... 3 for $40 No Caps • No Team Over #4 #5.5 Hdcp. Down Pick/Draw............ 3 for $50 No Caps • No Team Over #5.5 #6.5 Hdcp. Up/Down Pick/Draw ...... 3 for $50 Everyone Can Rope All Pots: Must Draw One or Draw All, Then Enter Up! 4 x 5.25" = 21 in. SeptOct/2022 BUCKLE TO HIGH POINT #2½ & UNDER #4 Pick/Draw (Capped at #2½) ...................3 for $30 #5.5 Hdcp. Down Pick/Draw (No Caps) .....3 for $40 No Team Over #5½ #6 Hdcp. Up/Down Pick/Draw (No Caps) ...3 for $40 Must Be An ACTRA Member To Rope All Pots: Must Draw One Then Enter Up By Draws Or Picks! May Only Win One Buckle Per Calendar Year. SAT., OCTOBER 8th Sign Up 9am, Rope 10am 35% Cattle Chg. • 5 Sec. Barrier ACTRA Members Only Ropings Memberships Available On Site Check Fillmore Roping Club on Facebook for arena conditions Richard Haller (805) 340-0985 ____________________ A l l Dogs Mus t Be On Leash ! ____________________ _______________________________ ~ PRACTICES ~ • Wednesday, 6-8pm • Saturday, 6-8pm Do not need to be a member of FRC to practice!! $25 Day Permit ($15 if 17 & under) Great Practice Cattle!! WEATHER PERMITTING: The ground for the barrel race Sunday was fantastic! Thank you Darrick Hoskins for preparing the ground for us, it was superb. Also thanks to Jesse Brown for bringing in your tractor to make sure the drags were faster and more efficient . Thanks to Greg Fleming for driving our tractor during the race. A special shout-out to Sheanna DeForest and Patti Silva for all your help with announcing, taking entries, running the office, doing the draws, and making sure everything ran smoothly for the race. We would also like to thank McKenna Wood, Sherry Morris, Bert Ferrasci, Auline Harris, Gina Aubrey, and Miley Bunting for working the gate. Thanks to Lisa French and Kelsee French for setting barrels, you made our barrel race run smoothly. This event would not be possible without our generous sponsors: Serv Aero Engineering, Central Coast P & S, Kolor King, Johnson Associates, Sunlite Auto Glass, Best Ever Pads, Cal Auto Tire, Rhino Lining of Salinas, My Automotive Group, Monterey County Sheriff Posse, and Scott Thomas Saddlery. A total of 780 teams competed for the pres t igious awards. Winners of the #7 Handicap Pick & Draw received Skyline knives dedicated to Colin Coady, winners of the Open Draw Pot received halters dedicated to Jim Rodriguez Sr. The Junior-SeniorMixed Century winners received Skyline Vaquero buckles dedicated to Pat Deaton. The #9 Handicap Pick & Draw winners received a Skyline Vaquero back cinch with buckles. Our high money winners Todd Hampton, #3.5 & over, and Michael Dinkins, #3 & under, received fully tooled Scott Thomas saddles. Our second high money winners Jake Bourdet #3.5 & over and Bart Bonfantini #3 & under received Skyline Vaquero buckles. Third high money winners Lane Karney #3.5 & over and McKenna Wood #3 & under won Scott Thomas breast collars. Our Best Ever Saddle Pad winners were Gary Ford, McKenna Wood, Kelvin Medeiros and Branston Joseph. The barrel race had $1,000 in added money. Each 4D Division winner received a Skyline Vaquero buckle, second place received a Jody Reese halter, and third place received a Jody Reese picture frame (dedicated to Ruth Haislip). The junior division winners and the senior division winners received Jody Reese halters. In addition to our Open and Junior 4D Barrel Race we had a Pee Wee Barrel Race with the fastest in the leadline and the fastest in the peewee receiving a Skyline Vaquero buckle. Dummy Roping Results: Ages 6 to 9, 10 entries: 1. Waylon Fanning, Vaquero buckle 5 & Under, 11 entries: 1. Axel Cozzi tor to, Vaquero buckle. Michael Dinkins, #3 & under high money winner, receives a fully tooled Scott Thomas saddle from Darrick Hoskins. Jake Bourdet, #3.5 & over second high money winner, receives a buckle from Darrick Hoskins. Darrick Hoskins presents a breast collar to McKenna Wood, third high money winner and girl high money winner. Doyle Hoskins Memorial... From Page 1 #7 Handicap Pick & Draw (Dedicated to Colin Coady): 3 for $40, 325 teams 1st go: 1. Clay Ruiz and Layton Oswald, 5.21, $660. 2. Clay Ruiz and CJ DeForest, 6.14, $498. 3. Adrian Macias Sr and Tanner Patino, 6.33, $332. 4. Rylee George and Myles Keeney, 6.77, $166. Average: 1. Michael Dinkins and Corey Walker, 23.11, $1,510; 2. Bart Bonfantini and Todd Hampton, 24.45, $1,208; 3. Blake Fortuno and Jake Bourdet, 24.54, $906; 4. Beth Hitchcock and Brandon Pettitt, 25.26, $725; 5. Jake Raine and Justin Farr, 25.29, $604; 6. Parker Jones and Tucker Donlon, 26.14, $483; 7. Christopher Browning and Tanner See DOYLE HOSKINS MEMORIAL On Page 30

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