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Early leaders in 2020 season

by Matt Naber | Nov 05, 2019

PRCA Media Coordinator


Ben Franklin once said, “Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”

But for ProRodeo athletes, a more fitting proverb would be “early to win, early to climb (the standings),” which could lead to a less stressful 2020 season, and considering how much of the sport is mental, that’s an advantage they can take to the bank. 

The first month of ProRodeo action for the 2020 season featured 39 competitions worth a collective $2.5 million. 

With one month of the 2020 regular season in the books, here’s a look at the top three cowboys per event and where they made their biggest win of the season, so far. 

Bareback Riding

Winn Ratliff, $8,990 – Earned $3,056 of that at the Cinch World’s Toughest Rodeo in Indianapolis. 
Leighton Berry, $7,765 – Won $3,798 at the Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo in Waco. Berry finished the 2019 season ranked 29th with $47,142.
Yance Day, $7,430 – Earned $2,681 of it in Indianapolis. Day finished the 2019 season ranked 48th with $22,244.

Steer Wrestling

Cade Goodman, $7,669 – He earned $6,367 in Waco. Goodman finished the 2019 season ranked second in the PRCA | Resistol Rookie Standings with $24,357.
Shawn Downing, $6,054 – All of Downing’s 2020 earnings came from winning the NILE Pro Rodeo in Billings, Mont. 
Kalane Anders, $6,043 – He earned $2,140 at the Austin Co. Fair & Rodeo in Bellville, Texas. 

Team Roping Heading

Dustin Egusquiza, $7,029 – All of Egusquiza’s 2020 earnings came from winning Waco. Egusquiza finished the 2019 season ranked 16th with $70,996.
Clay Smith, $6,918 – Smith won $2,326 for at the Waller County Fair & Rodeo in Hempstead, Texas, and $2,040 in Bellville. He also won some money at both rodeos for steer roping. Smith is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR ranked first with $150,512. 
Cyle Denison, $5,595 – He earned $2,768 in Bellville. 

Team Roping Heeling

Colton Brittain, $7,180 – He took home $2,341 from the Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo in Rosenberg, Texas. Brittain finished the 2019 season ranked 12th in the rookie standings with $5,824. 
Jake Long, $7,029 – All of Long’s 2020 earnings have come from winning Waco. Long is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR ranked fourth with $106,896. 
Jade Corkill, $6,918 – Earned $2,817 in Waco. Corkill is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR ranked third with $108,638.

Saddle Bronc Riding

Wyatt Casper, $14,095 – Won $9,846 at the Brad Gjermundson Extreme Broncs competition in New Town, N.D. Casper finished the 2019 season in 33rd with $40,195.
Jake Finlay, $13,113 – Earned $12,696 in New Town. Finlay finished the 2019 season 17th with $76,612.
Cole Elshere, $9,261 – Took home $4,548 from Waco. Elshere finished the 2019 season ranked 35th with $34,300. 

Tie-down Roping

Shad Mayfield, $14,925 – Earned $10,557 at the Cinch Roping Fiesta in San Angelo, Texas. Mayfield is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR in 13th with $90,421.
Shane Hanchey, $13,647 – Took home $7,495 from San Angelo. Hanchey is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR ranked fifth with $102,193.
Riley Pruitt, $12,482 – Earned $5,961 in Billings and $5,937 in Waco. Pruitt is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR ranked eighth with $99,535.

Steer Roping

Trevor Brazile, $15,385 – Won $4,832 in San Angelo, $4,228 in Rosenberg and $4,108 in Waco. Brazile is entering the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping ranked first with $71,845.
Jess Tierney, $8,904 – $2,975 in Waco. Tierney is entering the NFSR ranked 11th with $39,033.  
Shay Good, $8,697 – All of Good’s 2020 earnings have come from winning San Angelo. Good finished the 2019 season in 16th with $34,399. 

Bull Riding

J.T. Moore, $16,058 – Earned $9,971 in Waco. Moore finished the 2019 season in 25th with $71,276.
Braden Richardson, $9,831 – Took home $2,226 from Indianapolis. Richardson finished the 2019 season ranked 44th with $31,309. 
Boudreaux Campbell, $9,809 – Won $8,528 at the Matagorda County Stampede Xtreme Bulls & Broncs in Bay City, Texas. Campbell is entering the 2019 Wrangler NFR in sixth with $126,771. 





 
 
 
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