July 2018

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Best Ever Team Rider Highlights

Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp continue to dominate the world standings, winning Weatherford, Texas and nearly $3,000 a man.

Dustin Egusquiza won second at Weatherford and first at Gladewater, Texas. Egusquiza edges in at number 8 in the world standings.

Cade Passig has a dream month in June winning the BFI with partner Chris Francis. The team also won the Pioneer days rodeo in Clovis, NM. Passig won nearly 2,000 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Brandon Bates won Eagle, Idaho with partner Max Cuttler and the team pocketed $1336 each. They also won Sisters, Oregon and another $3,594 each.

Tyler McKnight won Mesquite Texas.

Cody Cabral won second in the Steer Wrestling at Sisters, Oregon Rodeo.

Ryle Smith won the Tie-Down and All-Around title at Sisters, Oregon. Totaling nearly $4200 for the weekend. Smith tops the world standings in second place for the All-Around race and 4th in the Tie-Down Roping.

Nick Guy picked up $1,582 in Livermore, California and an All-Around win in Steamboat Springs.

Livermore, California was a good rodeo for our team ropers. Best Ever Riders, Hayes Smith and Justin Davis, won first followed by Steven Duby winning second and the team of Cody Mora & Jason Johe winning third.

Tonia Forsberg and her new horse Velvet have been topping the leaderboards in California. The team placed at Livermore winning $1777 and Glennville winning $756.

Team rider Kathy Petska picked up a $1,463 check in Livermore, California.

Katie Pascoe smoked a run, winning $1045 in Livermore. She also placed in the first and second rounds in Reno. Pascoe’s winnings totaled over $3300 at the Reno Rodeo.

The Glennville team roping leaderboard was dominated by Best Ever team riders. First place went to Ryan Reed and Wyatt Hanson. Second place went to Steven Duby and partner Evan Arnold. Third place went to C.J. Deforest and Andy Holcomb. Fifth went to Blake Teixeira and Tanner Luttrell and seventh went to Spencer Mitchell and partner Kyle Lockett.

Team rider Clayton Biglow picked up $1,415 for his win in the bareback riding in Glennville. Biglow holds strong in the number 6 position for the world standings.

Team rider C.J. Deforest won the All-Around in Glennville, with a total of $1,420 for the weekend.

Jordan Ketscher takes the silver spurs and the All-Around title at the Reno Rodeo. Ketscher also placed second in the average in the team roping.

Garrett Tonozzi and partner Joe Mattern win the Thermopolis, Wyoming rodeo.

National Jr High Finals Rodeo: the all-girl team of Katelyn and Delaney Browder won 5th in the nation.

California High School Rodeo state finals was dominated by team rider Rylee George. Rylee won the All-Around, the team roping and 4th in the breakaway!

Team rider Kellan Johnson won the team roping at the College National Finals Rodeo.

Little brother, Carson Johnson, won the Open Jr. BFI with partner Britt Smith. Also placing in the #10 Jr. BFI was Dillon Ishman, Zane Pratt and Rance Winters.

Bear Pascoe also has a record week in Reno. He and partner Steve Simone won The #11 Reno Million and $85,000.

Best of luck to our team in Rock Springs!

Also: for those of you who watch the new TV series “Yellowstone”, keep an eye out for Best Ever Pads.
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June & July Birthdays

Dalton Pearce – 6/2
Steven Duby – 6/4
Lance Graves – 6/6
Brock Hanson – 6/10
Monty Joe Petska – 6/13
Krista Williams – 6/14
Aaron Macy – 6/15
Renee Rowles – 6/24
Kolton Schmidt – 6/27
Ty Blasingame – 6/27
Brushton Minton – 7/1
Andy Holcomb – 7/9
Tammy Lewis – 7/9
Sid Sporer – 7/11
Danyelle Campbell – 7/13
Bret Beach – 7/18
Jason Duby – 7/22
Tyler McKnight – 7/22
Kathy Grimes – 7/24
Jason Johe – 7/25
Rocksie Marchand – 7/26
Clint Harry – 7/28
Ilyssa Glass – 7/29

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