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LAS VEGAS, NV – These two are definitely no strangers and their familiarity led to even more success on Tuesday night in Round 5 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

Climbing aboard Calgary Stampede’s star horse Xplosive Skies for the fifth time in his career, saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston won Round 5 with a 91-point trip before 17,183 spectators at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Thurston earned $30,706 for the victory and moved up to first in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $313,555. The Big Valley, Alberta, cowboy is aiming for his fourth career world championship and second in a row.

“When I got the draw yesterday, I had a pretty good feeling I was going to get Xplosive Skies,” Thurston said. “That’s the fifth time I have been on her and it’s only her first year competing in the saddle bronc riding. I haven’t won every time but today, I don’t know. She bucked. She bucked hard.”

Calgary Stampede outstanding 13-year-old mare X-9 Xplosive Skies was the 2021 World Champion Bareback Horse and was the 2023 Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year.

“It’s just a special animal, man. I don’t know. She’s got a long build and is an athletic-looking horse,” Thurston said. “She can do just about anything inside the arena. It’s pretty impressive.”

Thurston, who has earned $91,636, the most of any saddle bronc rider so far at this year’s NFR, is first in the average with 433 points on five head.

“My job is to go and ride every bronc that they draw me and do the best I can. That’s what we’re going to do and see how the week plays out,” Thurston said.

On Wednesday – Round 6 (10 a.m. PT) and Round 7 (5:45 p.m.) will take place at the Thomas & Mack Center.

To maintain the tradition of the ten rounds of the NFR, an additional make up-round has been added. There will be no public access to this round. Due to the tragic events that occurred on the UNLV Campus on Wednesday, Dec. 6, the original starting date – Dec. 7 – was cancelled. The Cowboy Channel is the official network partner of PRORODEO® and the exclusive broadcast and streaming partner of the NFR. Live coverage of the NFR is on The Cowboy Channel and RFD-TV through its cable and satellite partners, and online at cowboychannelplus.com.

Steer wrestler J.D. Struxness claims Round 5 victory

During the 2023 PRCA regular season, steer wrestler J.D. Struxness surpassed the $1 million mark in career earnings.

On Tuesday night, he looked like a $1 million man.

The Milan, Minn., cowboy stopped the clock in 3.3 seconds to capture the Round 5 crown.

With his $30,706 payday, Struxness is second in the world standings with $211,144. Struxness, who joined the PRCA in 2014, is making his fifth appearance at the NFR.

“Coming into Round 5, we knew we’d been getting good starts and catching up good,” Struxness said. “We had just a few more cleanups on the ground to go through. You know that was the best steer I’ve had so far, so I was real excited about it coming into tonight. Just knew that we needed to go out and execute and it all came together.”

Struxness has placed in three of the first five rounds and has earned $88,747 at the NFR.

“You know there’s nothing better than making a good run out here in Vegas,” he said. “With the crowd and the noise that helps you make a good run. Whether it’s a 3.3 or a flag on your run, it really gets your blood flowing and fired up. There’s no other place like it. The intensity of the crowd gets you excited.”

Struxness addressed what’s ahead on Wednesday.

“You know it will be different for out here in Vegas, we’ve never done that before, but you know we do it all throughout the year, so I don’t think it’s going to be too big a deal for us,” Struxness said. “We’ll just take it one steer at a time (Wednesday) and just stay aggressive and do our jobs and hopefully it will be the same deal.”

Struxness is thrilled to ride into a jam-packed Wednesday with plenty of momentum.

“Oh man, it gives you a lot of confidence. Anytime you win a round, you take full advantage of the situation early your confidence goes up and you know you’re doing your job well, so you just need to keep rolling,” he said.

Caleb Smidt keeps rolling with Round 5 victory

There are very few cowboys who can turn on the switch and star like Caleb Smidt at the Wrangler NFR.

The Bellville, Texas, product and reigning PRCA Tie-Down Roping World Champion was on his game again Tuesday night, capturing Round 5 with a slick 6.9-second run.

“I was first out, and I just went with whatever happened while going quick at him,” Smidt said. “I had a good calf, made a good run, and it just all worked out. I’ve always enjoyed going first. If I got to pick, I would go first. I like to set the pace and not have to worry about what everyone else is doing. When you go first, you just back in there, go at him, and see what happens.”

Smidt, who also won Round 2 with a 7.3-second run, is fourth in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $204,541. Smidt has won four world championships and four NFR average titles in his career.

“Yeah, I’ve never been one to try and win a bunch of rounds,” he said. “I’ve always said to try and win third here every night and if you did you would win the average. After a few slipups early on, I just said screw it. I decided to back in there and go as fast as I can, have fun, and see what happens.”

Clayton Biglow, Jayco Roper split bareback riding win

Sharing was a good thing for Clayton Biglow and Jayco Roper Tuesday night.

The cowboys split the Round 5 win with identical 89.5-point rides on star horses.

Biglow, the 2019 PRCA World Champion, made the eight-second whistle on the 2023 Bareback Riding Horse of the Year in Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Night Crawler.

“Oh yeah, it feels the greatest, trust me,” said Biglow about his first-round win since 2020. “It’s been a long time coming. (The ride) felt good, the horse was awesome, she won horse of the year, so she’s been doing her thing all year, she’s everyone’s favorite horse to get on, besides Virgil.”

This was Biglow’s first NFR round win since he took home the title with an 89-point trip on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Top Flight in Round 5 at the 2020 Wrangler NFR at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

Roper, who is making his NFR debut, split the win with his ride aboard C5 Rodeo’s Virgil.

“I’m about tired of splitting the win with Biglow, but hey if I had to split somewhere I’m glad it’s here, not a bad place to split first place,” said Roper, 22. “(Virgil) is strong, she ain’t no day off I’ll tell you that. I really had to set the brakes on that thing and oh man, it felt good.

Biglow and Roper pocketed $27,487 each for their eight-second performances. Biglow is second in the world standings with $226,144 and Roper is seventh at $190,383.

“I’d like to see my face on video right now. I bet I was going crazy, I can’t even talk right now I’m shaking,” Roper said. “This ride took the book for sure this was by far my favorite ride.”

Bull rider Sage Kimzey stars in Round 5 win

Sage Kimzey knows plenty about winning PRCA Bull Riding World Championships.

The Salado, Texas, cowboy has seven on his resume and he’s making a charge to capture No. 8 and tie Don Gay for the PRCA event record.

Kimzey placed second in Round 4 and then snared top honors in Round 5 with a 92-point ride on Stace Smith Pro Rodeos’ Polar Express.

“Yeah, it was pretty special. It’s a great white bull from Stace Smith (Pro Rodeos). He tries to pull you over that outside shoulder and goes going into gassing it after that,” said Kimzey, whose last world title came in 2021. I felt like I pretty much matched him move for move. It was good ride, got the round win, and we’re happy.”

Kimzey, who has earned $111,529 at this year’s NFR, moved up to fourth in the world standings with $256,549. Kimzey also is second in the average with 262.5 points on three head.

Round 5 was memorable for Kimzey as he and his younger brother Trey finished first and second. Trey had an 87.5-point ride on McCoy Rodeo’s Ridin’ Salty. Sage and Trey were the only two riders to make the whistle in Round 5 and earned $52,746 and $46,307, respectively.

“It’s huge,” said Sage about he and his brother finishing 1-2. “I spotted Trey whenever he got on his bull, and he put a number up on the board early. It was the rank pen of bulls tonight, so we figured that there wouldn’t be that many rides. To split the whole purse with my little brother, it’s pretty special for sure.”

Kimzey knows he needs to keep his foot on the gas pedal if he has any chance to win another gold buckle.

“This is what needs to happen for me to have a chance to win that eighth gold buckle,” Kimzey said. “I had some unfortunate happenings in rounds two and three, so it really shrunk my margin for error. I just have to capitalize on every opportunity and keep taking advantage of every good draw I have.”

Team ropers Luke Brown/Hunter Koch take Round 5 victory lap

During Round 4, Luke Brown/Hunter Koch kicked their 2023 Wrangler NFR into gear with a second-place finish in 3.9 seconds.

On Tuesday night, the duo took the next step, winning Round 5 with a 3.8-second time.

“We had a really good steer, one that we liked. I just got a good go, and it worked out in our favor,” Brown said. “I don’t think we did anything different than any of the others if we had caught them. But it was a good steer, a good setup, and it worked out.”

Brown and Koch are ninth in the header and heeler standings respectively, with $162,727 each.

“Yeah, it’s a great feeling. It’s a dream come true. I’ve been here three times and that’s my first round win,” Koch said. “Getting to do it with one of my best friends, it’s a very, very special day for me.”

The win was the perfect confidence jolt for Koch.

“Once you break the ice and place one time, you just feed into that and keep going,” Koch said. “The horses start to feel good, and the roping feels good. It becomes a snowball effect and we’re hoping that it keeps on rolling.”

On Wednesday, Brown is keeping things in perspective with Round 6 and Round 7 on Wednesday.

“I think it’s the same game plan that we’ve had these entire Finals,” said Brown. “Rope what you draw, try to be as sharp and aggressive as you can, and whatever happens, happens.”

Barrel racer Summer Kosel wins Round 5 with record-breaking run

Summer Kosel’s first appearance at the Wrangler NFR became more memorable on Tuesday night.

The Glenham, S.D., cowgirl clocked a 13.42-second run, breaking the previous Round 5 record of 13.43 seconds while claiming the victory.

“It’s awesome. It’s a huge blessing. I get to hang out with my family in the trailer and my parents are here. It means everything to me,” Kosel said.

Kosel took a moment to discuss her horsepower.

“I bought my pro card in 2017 and Jill Moody took me under her wing,” she said. “When I got Apollo, she knew I had an NFR-type horse. She was telling me, ‘You need to go and get out of your circuit.’ This year was my first time actually going (full-time) and I gave the reigns to Apollo and God, and they just took it.”

Kosel was also thrilled to get her round buckle at the South Point.

“It’s going to be so amazing. My family is super excited about it. It will just be a huge blessing to us,” Kosel said.

Bull rider Ky Hamilton sidelined for Round 6 with concussion

Bull rider Ky Hamilton, who was having the best Wrangler National Finals Rodeo of his career, suffered a major setback during Round 5.

The Australian cowboy was knocked out during his ride aboard Honeycutt Rodeo’s Bales Hay’s MAGA Tuesday night at the Thomas & Mack Center.

“Ky and the bull smacked heads against one another,” said Dr. Tandy Freeman, the Medical Director of the Justin Sportsmedicine team. “He lost consciousness and has a concussion. He was sent to University Medical Center Trauma Center (in Las Vegas) for evaluation and observation.”

Freeman said Hamilton will miss Round 6, which is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, and will be re-evaluated for Round 7, which is at 5:45 p.m.

“He’s doubtful for competition (Wednesday) evening,” Freeman said.

Hamilton was having a fabulous NFR – before Tuesday.

Hamilton won two rounds at the 2023 Wrangler NFR – Round 4 with an 89-point ride on Bridwell Pro Rodeos’ Fred. He also won Round 1 with his 86.5-point ride aboard Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Vitalix Theodore on Dec. 8.

Hamilton, who has earned $147,849 at this year’s NFR, is first in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $402,013. He still leads the NFR average with 341 points in four head.

2023 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Results  Round 5, Dec. 12

Bareback Riding: Fifth round: 1. (tie) Clayton Biglow, on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Night Crawler and Jayco Roper, on C5 Rodeo Company’s Virgil, 89.5 points, $27,487 each; 3. Jess Pope, 88.5, $18,325; 4. Mason Clements, 87.5, $12,877; 5. (tie) Jacob Lees and Cole Reiner, 87, $6,438 each; 7. (tie) Keenan Hayes and Leighton Berry, 86.5 each; 9. (tie) Tim O’Connell and Rocker Shane Steiner, 86 each; 11. Richmond Champion, 85.5; 12. Tanner Aus, 85; 13. (tie) Kade Sonnier and Dean Thompson, 81.5 each; 15. Orin Larsen, 74.

Average leaders: 1. Mason Clements, 427.5 points on five head; 2. Keenan Hayes, 425.5; 3. Cole Reiner, 424.5; 4. Jess Pope, 423.5; 5. Leighton Berry, 419; 6. Jayco Roper, 417.5; 7. Kade Sonnier, 415; 8. Clayton Biglow, 414.5; 9. Richmond Champion, 414; 10. (tie) Jacob Lees and Tanner Aus, 412 each; 12. Rocker Shane Steiner, 410; 13. Tim O’Connell, 405; 14. Orin Larsen, 388.5; 15. Dean Thompson, 320 points on four head.

World Standings: 1. Keenan Hayes, $322,120; 2. Clayton Biglow, $226,144; 3. Rocker Shane Steiner, $214,536; 4. Leighton Berry, $206,751; 5. Mason Clements, $198,239; 6. Jess Pope, $196,975; 7. Jayco Roper, $190,383; 8. Kade Sonnier, $187,969; 9. Cole Reiner, $180,222; 10. Tim O’Connell, $169,326; 11. Orin Larsen, $157,237; 12. Jacob Lees, $147,123; 13. Dean Thompson, $146,404; 14. Tanner Aus, $140,297; 15. Richmond Champion, $138,527.

Steer Wrestling: Fifth round: 1. J.D. Struxness, 3.3 seconds, $30,706; 2. Jacob Talley, 3.6, $24,268; 3. (tie) Ty Erickson and Stan Branco, 3.7, $15,601 each; 5. Dalton Massey, 4.0, $7,924; 6. Jesse Brown, 4.1, $4,953; 7. (tie) Dakota Eldridge, Stephen Culling and Bridger Anderson, 4.6 each; 10. Nick Guy, 4.7; 11. Don Payne, 5.5; 12. Cody Devers, 6.2; 13. Tyler Waguespack, 9.4; 14. (tie) Will Lummus and Dirk Tavenner, NT.

Average leaders: 1. Dalton Massey, 21.6 seconds on five head; 2. Dakota Eldridge, 23.0; 3. Don Payne, 23.5; 4. Nick Guy, 23.8; 5. Jesse Brown, 24.6; 6. J.D. Struxness, 30.0; 7. Tyler Waguespack, 30.4; 8. Stephen Culling, 31.5; 9. Stan Branco, 33.4; 10. Ty Erickson, 21.6 seconds on four head; 11. Jacob Talley, 27.0; 12. Bridger Anderson, 12.8 seconds on three head; 13. Dirk Tavenner, 13.8; 14. Cody Devers, 18.2; 15. Will Lummus, 25.0.

World Standings: 1. Dalton Massey, $246,353; 2. J.D. Struxness, $211,144; 3. Jesse Brown, $197,862; 4. Tyler Waguespack, $185,043; 5. Stan Branco, $175,893; 6. Ty Erickson, $165,477; 7. Will Lummus, $155,639; 8. Dirk Tavenner, $149,041; 9. Nick Guy, $147,424; 10. Dakota Eldridge, $146,189; 11. Jacob Talley, $140,014; 12. Bridger Anderson, $139,094; 13. Stephen Culling, $137,799; 14. Don Payne, $124,740; 15. Cody Devers, $114,132.

Team Roping: Fifth round: 1. Luke Brown/Hunter Koch, 3.8 seconds, $30,706 each; 2. (tie) Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler and Tanner Tomlinson/Patrick Smith, 4.0, $21,296 each; 4. Dustin Egusquiza/Levi Lord, 4.1, $12,877; 5. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 4.7, $7,924; 6. (tie) Jake Cooper Clay/Tyler Worley and Clay Smith/Paden Bray, 8.9, $2,476 each; 8. (tie) Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nunes Nogueira, Derrick Begay/Colter Todd and Erich Rogers/Paul Eaves, 9.1 each; 11. Tyler Wade/Wesley Thorp, 9.8; 12. Nelson Wyatt/Jonathan Torres, 12.0; 13. Marcus Theriot/Cole Curry, 14.4; 14. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 33.1; 15. Clint Summers/Jake Long, NT.

Average leaders: 1. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 28.0 seconds on five head; 2. Derrick Begay/Colter Todd, 34.5; 3. Nelson Wyatt/Jonathan Torres, 34.9; 4. Tyler Wade/Wesley Thorp, 37.5; 5. Luke Brown/Hunter Koch, 27.1 seconds on four head; 6. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nunes Nogueira, 27.5; 7. Tanner Tomlinson/Patrick Smith, 32.9; 8. Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler, 36.3; 9. Clint Summers/Jake Long, 11.7 seconds on three head; 10. Clay Smith/Paden Bray, 18.6; 11. Jake Cooper Clay/Tyler Worley, 22.1; 12. Dustin Egusquiza/Levi Lord, 22.7; 13. Marcus Theriot/Cole Curry, 22.8; 14. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 41.1; 15. Erich Rogers/Paul Eaves, 14.2 seconds on two head.

World Standings (Headers): 1. Clint Summers, $202,642; 2. Nelson Wyatt, $196,438; 3. Tyler Wade, $196,127; 4. Kaleb Driggers, $188,222; 5. Coleman Proctor, $187,071; 6. Andrew Ward, $180,235; 7. Rhen Richard, $179,048; 8. Dustin Egusquiza, $169,149; 9. Luke Brown, $162,727; 10. Derrick Begay, $156,040; 11. Tanner Tomlinson, $154,955; 12. Jake Cooper Clay, $136,872; 13. Marcus Theriot, $132,965; 14. Erich Rogers, $129,654; 15. Clay Smith, $123,555.

World Standings (Heelers): 1. Jake Long, $216,143; 2. Wesley Thorp, $213,355; 3. Junior Nunes Nogueira, $188,222; 4. Logan Medlin, $187,071; 5. Buddy Hawkins II, $180,235; 6. Jeremy Buhler, $179,048; 7. Colter Todd, $171,207; 8. Levi Lord, $169,149; 9. Hunter Koch, $162,727; 10. Patrick Smith, $154,955; 11. Jonathan Torres, $146,264; 12. Tyler Worley, $130,727; 13. Paul Eaves, $130,005; 14. Cole Curry, $125,788; 15. Paden Bray, $118,957.

Saddle Bronc Riding: Fifth round: 1. Zeke Thurston, 91 points on Calgary Stampede’s XPLOSIVE SKIES, $30,706; 2. Ryder Wright, 89.5, $24,268; 3. Lefty Marvel Holman, 88.5, $18,325; 4. (tie) Wyatt Casper and Damian Brennan, 87.5, $10,401 each; 6. Brody Cress, 87, $4,953; 7. (tie) Sage Newman and Tanner Butner, 86 each; 9. Kade Bruno, 85.5; 10. Chase Brooks, 85; 11. Ben T. Andersen, 83; 12. Ryder Sanford, 82; 13. (tie) Dawson Hay and Layton Green, 81 each; 15. Stetson Dell Wright, Inj.

Average leaders: 1. Zeke Thurston, 433 points on five head; 2. Brody Cress, 429; 3. Tanner Butner, 425; 4. Damian Brennan, 424; 5. Chase Brooks, 423.5; 6. Lefty Marvel Holman, 422.5; 7. (tie) Sage Newman and Kade Bruno, 422 each; 9. Wyatt Casper, 418.5; 10. Layton Green, 402; 11. Ryder Wright, 344.5 points on four head; 12. Ryder Sanford, 328; 13. Dawson Hay, 322; 14. Ben T. Andersen, 240.5 points on three head; 15. Stetson Dell Wright, Inj.

World Standings: 1. Zeke Thurston, $313,555; 2. Sage Newman, $298,370; 3. Kade Bruno, $275,623; 4. Stetson Dell Wright, $261,626; 5. Ryder Wright, $227,263; 6. Tanner Butner, $208,848; 7. Brody Cress, $198,873; 8. Lefty Marvel Holman, $188,646; 9. Damian Brennan, $185,803; 10. Chase Brooks, $175,800; 11. Dawson Hay, $172,413; 12. Wyatt Casper, $169,260; 13. Ben T. Andersen, $160,940; 14. Layton Green, $146,829; 15. Ryder Sanford, $135,388.

Tie-Down Roping: Fifth round: 1. Caleb Smidt, 6.9 seconds, $30,706; 2. Riley Mason Webb, 7.4, $24,268; 3. Shad Mayfield, 7.8, $18,325; 4. Haven Meged, 8.1, $12,877; 5. Kincade Henry, 8.3, $7,924; 6. Shane Hanchey, 8.7, $4,953; 7. John Douch, 8.9; 8. Tuf Case Cooper, 10.1; 9. Brushton Minton, 10.9; 10. Cory Solomon, 15.1; 11. Hunter Herrin, 16.2; 12. Westyn Hughes, 17.7; 13. Ty Harris, 19.3; 14. Blane Cox, 19.6; 15. Beau Cooper, NT.

Average leaders: 1. Haven Meged, 39.4 seconds on five head; 2. Riley Mason Webb, 39.9; 3. Tuf Case Cooper, 41.4; 4. John Douch, 43.3; 5. Kincade Henry, 45.2; 6. Cory Solomon, 46.9; 7. Caleb Smidt, 49.9; 8. Westyn Hughes, 50.7; 9. Shane Hanchey, 51.2; 10. Blane Cox, 53.2; 11. Brushton Minton, 59.9; 12. Ty Harris, 66.3; 13. Shad Mayfield, 33.7 seconds on four head; 14. Hunter Herrin, 56.4; 15. Beau Cooper, 11.4 seconds on one head.

World Standings: 1. Riley Mason Webb, $376,086; 2. Shad Mayfield, $265,635; 3. Haven Meged, $265,490; 4. Caleb Smidt, $204,541; 5. Cory Solomon, $182,689; 6. Shane Hanchey, $179,537; 7. Tuf Case Cooper, $171,376; 8. Westyn Hughes, $169,477; 9. Ty Harris, $165,282; 10. Blane Cox, $161,305; 11. John Douch, $155,761; 12. Kincade Henry, $153,330; 13. Hunter Herrin, $142,877; 14. Beau Cooper, $127,417; 15. Brushton Minton, $126,551.

Barrel Racing: Fifth round: 1. Summer Kosel, 13.42 seconds, $30,706; 2. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.58, $24,268; 3. Sissy Winn, 13.59, $18,325; 4. (tie) Emily Beisel, Jordon Briggs and Paige Jones, 13.60, $8,585; 7. Wenda Johnson, 13.63; 8. Kassie Mowry, 13.70; 9. Lisa Lockhart, 13.81; 10. Jessica Routier, 13.84; 11. Sue Smith, 13.97; 12. Ilyssa Riley, 14.15; 13. Hailey Kinsel, 14.21; 14. Taycie Matthews, 18.77; 15. Stevi Hillman, 19.02.

Average leaders: 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 68.27 seconds on five runs; 2. Kassie Mowry, 68.72; 3. Jordon Briggs, 68.77; 4. Lisa Lockhart, 68.92; 5. Paige Jones, 68.93; 6. Jessica Routier, 69.08; 7. Sue Smith, 69.60; 8. Hailey Kinsel, 74.89; 9. Ilyssa Riley, 74.95; 10. Wenda Johnson, 78.45; 11. Emily Beisel, 78.53; 12. Summer Kosel, 79.37; 13. Sissy Winn, 83.12; 14. Stevi Hillman, 89.22; 15. Taycie Matthews, 89.85.

World Standings: 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $372,683; 2. Emily Beisel, $203,091; 3. Jordon Briggs, $202,686; 4. Sissy Winn, $198,760; 5. Lisa Lockhart, $198,576; 6. Kassie Mowry, $186,395; 7. Summer Kosel, $180,656; 8. Jessica Routier, $157,699; 9. Taycie Matthews, $154,161; 10. Stevi Hillman, $149,722; 11. Paige Jones, $140,868; 12. Sue Smith, $133,969; 13. Wenda Johnson,           $130,506; 14. Ilyssa Riley, $121,473; 15. Hailey Kinsel, $115,776.

Bull Riding: Fifth round: 1. Sage Steele Kimzey, 92 points on Stace Smith Pro Rodeos’ Polar Express, $52,746; 2. Trey Kimzey, 87.5, $46,307; 3. (tie) Ky John Hamilton, Josh Frost, Trey Holston, Tristen Hutchings, Creek Walker Young, Hayes Weight, T Parker, Jordan Hansen, Jared Parsonage, Cody Teel, Jeff Askey and Cullen R. Telfer, NS; 15. Stetson Dell Wright, Inj.

Average leaders: 1. Ky John Hamilton, 341 points on four head; 2. Sage Steele Kimzey, 262.5 points on three head; 3. Trey Kimzey, 254; 4. Creek Walker Young, 174 points on two head; 5. Jared Parsonage, 168; 6. T Parker, 164.5; 7. (tie) Josh Frost and Jeff Askey, 85.5 points on one head; 9. Cody Teel, 84; 10. Trey Holston, 83.5; 11. (tie) Tristen Hutchings, Hayes Weight, Jordan Hansen and Culllen R. Telfer, NS; 15. Stetson Dell Wright, Inj.

World Standings: 1. Ky John Hamilton, $402,013; 2. Stetson Dell Wright, $378,630; 3. Josh Frost, $266,302; 4. Sage Steele Kimzey, $256,550; 5. Trey Kimzey, $225,594; 6. Creek Walker Young, $218,537; 7. Trey Holston, $196,468; 8. Tristen Hutchings, $191,192; 9. Jared Parsonage, $188,843; 10. T Parker, $184,336; 11. Jeff Askey, $178,096; 12. Hayes Weight, $164,695; 13. Cody Teel, $158,548; 14. Jordan Hansen, $154,223; 15. Cullen R Telfer, $138,245.

All-Around: 1. Stetson Dell Wright, $479,621; 2. Caleb Smidt, $204,837; 3. Nelson Wyatt, $195,489; 4. Coleman Proctor, $167,193; 5. Brushton Minton, $142,688; 6. Jake Cooper Clay, $137,893; 7. Marcus Theriot, $135,676; 8. Paden Bray, $133,347; 9. Taylor Santos, $128,504; 10. Paul David Tierney, $118,342.

RAM Top Gun: 1. Ky John Hamilton, $114,006; 2. (tie) Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Jake Long and Clint Summers, $102,119 each; 5. Riley Mason Webb, $95,681; 6. Zeke Thurston, $91,636; 7. Sissy Winn, $89,738; 8. J.D. Struxness, $88,747; 9. Stan Branco, $77,604; 10. Ryder Wright, $76,861.

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