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PRCA Standings Shuffle: 28 Move Up In Top 15

by Matt Naber | Oct 01, 2019

PRCA Media Coordinator



The deciding factor in who qualified for the 61st annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping boiled down to the final 19 rodeos of the regular season, worth a collective $909,869 Sept. 23-30.

It was a last chance to climb the 2019 PRCA | RAM World Standings during the regular season not just for those outside of the Top 15, but also for those seeking a gold buckle, as every dollar counts in the race for the world title. 

Of course, nothing is official until the standings have been audited and made official later this fall. As it unofficially stands, as of Oct. 1, 28 cowboys moved up within the Top 15 of their respective events. 

Bull rider Garrett Smith’s final push for the 2019 regular season resulted in the biggest jump in the world standings last week as the Idaho cowboy climbed five spots up to seventh. Smith’s jump came via winning the Poway (Calif.) Rodeo and the Sheriff’s PRCA Rodeo in San Bernardino, Calif.

Smith is a two-time qualifier for the Wrangler NFR (2016-17) and the winner of some of this year’s biggest rodeos. Smith won the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Kissimmee Fla., the Williams Lake (British Columbia) Stampede and was co-champion of the Home of Champions Rodeo in Red Lodge, Mont. 

The following cowboys saw their positions improve in the Top 15 of the world standings during the final week of the regular season.

Three Spots

Two Spots

  • Coleman Proctor moved from fifth to third in team roping heading. 
  • Jacobs Crawley moved from fifth to third in saddle bronc riding. 
  • Rusty Wright moved from seventh to fifth in saddle bronc riding. 
  • Kyle Lockett moved from eighth to sixth in team roping heeling.
  • Scott Snedecor moved from eighth to sixth in steer roping. 
  • Brody Cress moved from 11th to ninth in saddle bronc riding.  
  • Cody Lee moved from 11th to ninth in steer roping. 
  • Jake Brown moved from 12th to 10th in bareback riding.  
  • Garrett Hale moved from 12th to 10th in steer roping. 
  • Shad Mayfield moved from 15th to 13th in tie-down roping. 

One Spot

  • Ryan Motes moved from third to second in team roping heeling. 
  • Jade Corkill moved from fourth to third in team roping heeling.  
  • Tim O’Connell moved from seventh to sixth in bareback riding. 
  • Marty Yates moved from eighth to seventh in tie-down roping. 
  • Wesley Thorp moved from 11th to 10th in team roping heeling.
  • Ty Harris moved from 11th to 10th in tie-down roping.  
  • Matt Reeves moved from 13th to 12th in steer wrestling. 
  • Tate Kirchenschlager moved from 13th to 12th in team roping heading. 
  • Tanner Aus moved from 14th to 13th in bareback riding.
  • Jeff Askey moved from 14th to 13th in bull riding. 
  • Colt Gordon moved from 15th to 14th in saddle bronc riding. 
  • Cameron Morman moved from 15th to 14th in steer wrestling. 
  • Cole Davison moved from 15th to 14th in team roping heeling. 
  • Taylor Broussard moved from 16th to 15th in bareback riding.   
  • Thomas Smith moved from 16th to 15th in steer roping. 
  • Trey Kimzey moved from 16th to 15th in bull riding. 

Sometimes the deciding factor between 15th and 16th is a margin of a few dollars. The following is the unofficial amount separating 15th and 16th for each event as of Oct. 1: 

With 65 days to go until the Wrangler NFR and 52 days until the NFSR, some cowboys will take a well-deserved break before the biggest competition of the year. Others will hit the ground running for the start of the 2020 season by competing at the RAM Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo (Oct. 4-5), the RAM California Circuit Finals Rodeo (Oct. 4-6) and the RAM Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo (Oct. 4-6). 

Fans can catch the RAM Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo on ProRodeoTV.com

Check back with ProRodeo.com next week to see who won the first three circuit finals rodeos of the 2020 season.





 
 
 
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