Blessed with the Best featuring Lane Murray
“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” ― William James

NEW GEAR!

NEW LEATHERS for 2019!

Riding for the Crown
Rider Updates
2019 is in full swing and our team has been taking names!
Lacey Lockhard started her year with a bang, winning the RHCC 1-D Open Barrel Race.
Andy Holcomb won the heading class at the Red Bluff Bull and Gelding Sale.
Justin Thigpen won the IPRA Tie-Down and Steer Wrestling titles.
Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp won second in the second round and second in the average in Waco, TX. The pair won a total of just over $3900 to start the new year.
Meanwhile in Odessa, Texas:
Team Roping average went to Dustin Egusquiza and Kory Koontz winning $2854.
At the Columbia River Circuit Finals Team Roping round one went to Riley and Brady Minor winning $1592.
Round two went to Colton Campbell and his partner Phoenix Everano.
The average went to Brooks Dahozy and partner Quade Patzike winning $3288.
The Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals Team Roping round one went to Cal Fuller and Jerren Johnson. The pair also won second in the average pocketing $2592 per man.
In Wauchula, Florida:
Quinn Campbell won the Steer Wrestling title earning $940.
Team rider, Kathy Grimes, leads the barrel racing in Rapid City, SD. With a 12.72. She also had the lead in Lake Charles, LA with a time of 15.00.
Then in Fort Worth, Texas:
First round leaders: 1. Jeff Flenniken/Jake Minor, 5.0 seconds; 2. Matt Sherwood/Tyler Worley, 5.4; 3. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, Garrett Rogers/Cesar de la Cruz and Brye Crites/Jake Clay, 5.8 each; 6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 6.3.
Second round leaders: 1. Marcus Theriot/Coleby Payne, 4.7 seconds; 2. Joshua Torres/Jonathan Torres, 4.8; 3. Aaron Macy/Jason Johe, 4.9; 4. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 5.1; 5. Matt Sherwood/Tyler Worley, 5.2; 6. Paul David Tierney/Tanner Braden, 5.3.
Average leaders: 1. Matt Sherwood/Tyler Worley, 10.6 seconds on two head; 2. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 11.4; 3. Levi Simpson/Cole Davison, 12.1; 4. Ty Bach/Trey Johnson, 13.3; 5. Brandon Gonzales/Steve Northcott, 13.8; 6. Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 15.2
Huge congratulations to Abigayle Hampton on winning the Wildfire “Rope Like a Girl” breakaway roping.
Eli Lord takes the All-Around win in Rapid City, SD winning over $3200 in the team roping and steer wrestling combine. The team roping title went to Clayton Van Aken and his partner Cullen Teller.
Kathy Grimes pocketed $4646 winning the barrel racing in Rapid City, SD. She went on to win Lake Charles, raking in another $1408. Grimes also placed in Jackson and Belmont helping kickstart her 2019 year.
Cody Cabral took the All-Around and Steer Wrestling win in Yuma, AZ. Right behind Cabral in the steer wrestling was team rider, Bear Pascoe, earning himself nearly $700 to add to his standings. Team rider Clint Harry also took the win in the team roping in Yuma with partner Jason Thorstenson. The pair won $1740 per man.
Fort Worth Stock Show and rodeo team rider, Travis Woodard, wins second in the team roping average and pocketed over $8000 between the rounds as well.
Sydni Blanchard won the first round and placed in the second round of Fort Worth in her Best Ever Pad and earned herself over $6000.
Dixie National Rodeo in Jackson, MS crowned Clayton Biglow the Bareback Riding Champion for $3753.
San Antonio Rodeo has been dominated by Best Ever team riders. In Bracket 1 Jacob Talley won the first round in the steer wrestling pocketing $2500. Talley has won a total of $5000 going into the semifinals.
Bracket 1, round one, team roping was won by Garrett Tonozzi and partner Dustin Davis winning $2500 each. Third round went to Best Ever team Steven Duby and Justin Davis.
Bracket 2 of the team roping, JR Dees and Cody Cowden picked up a second-place check in round one for $2000 per man. The second round was won by Spencer Mitchell and Cody Doescher winning $2500 per man. Round three went to Dustin Egusquiza and Kory Koontz for $2500 a man.
Bracket 3, round one, Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp earned $2000 per man for second in the round.
In the Tie Down Roping, Ryle Smith, has swept up a check in every go round for a total so far of $4375.
Check out this Q&A with 2x American Qualifier Pete Oen presented by MVP
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