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Weekly Recap: Feb. 18-24

by Matt Naber | Feb 25, 2019



COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – There were 11 competitions worth a collective $2,081,319 Feb. 18-24, most of which came from the $1,446,449 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, where all of this week’s top scores and fastest runs occurred.

During the first $2 million week of the 2019 season, cowboys held nothing back, evidenced by this week’s top scores and fastest times. 

From Feb. 18-24, bull rider J.W. Harris made the highest-scored ride of the 2019 season with his 92.5-point ride on Powder River Rodeo's SweetPro's Bruiser at San Antonio, Feb. 23.

Harris’ ride in the final round sealed the deal on winning one of the biggest rodeos of the season. All told, his San Antonio efforts were worth $25,250. It also marked his first time winning San Antonio outright after tying for the win in 2009. 

Bareback rider Orin Larsen was a half-point shy of matching Kaycee Feild's San Antonio record from 2011 when Larsen made a 92.5-point ride on Frontier Rodeo's Full Baggage, Feb. 23. Although he didn’t make the record book, he will be remembered as San Antonio’s 2019 bareback riding winner. 

Steer wrestler Cody Devers was 0.1 seconds shy of matching the San Antonio record set by Timmy Sparing in 2014 when Devers made a 3.1-second run Feb. 18.

Team ropers Tate Kirchenschlager and Ross Ashford made a 4.1-second run at San Antonio, Feb. 21. The temporary duo won the rodeo with $25,750. 

Saddle bronc rider Wade Sundell matched Taos Muncy’s 2008 San Antonio record and made the highest score of the week en route to winning the rodeo when he scored 92 points on Frontier Rodeo's Medicine Woman, Feb. 23. The ride also earned the reigning world champion the San Antonio saddle bronc riding buckle with $26,500. 

Two tie-down ropers clocked in at 7.2 seconds at San Antonio this week. Shad Mayfield made his run Feb. 22 and Shane Hanchey posted his Feb. 23. Hanchey’s run placed him 0.3 seconds ahead of the finals pack at San Antonio, making him this year’s winner with $23,500. 

Barrel racer Hailey Kinsel made a 13.83-second run at San Antonio, Feb. 22. Although she didn’t top her San Antonio record from 2018, she did go home as San Antonio’s winner with $29,500. 

Check back with prorodeo.com to find out who had the highest scores and fastest times of the upcoming week.





 
 
 
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