Pro Rodeo Series, week 7; results for July 30, 2016 |

Pro Rodeo Series, week 7; results for July 30, 2016

Wyatt Uptain tries to hang on to his bronc Friday at the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo. Uptain and his brother, both Moffat County High School graduates living in Hayden, have big dreams in the rodeo world and are regulars at the weekly Steamboat series.
Joel Reichenberger

Steamboat Springs

Rodeo No. 7

Final results



Place, name, location, points, paid

  1. Carley Richardson, Pampa, TX, 17.73 $632.38

  2. Chenae Vest, Roosevelt, UT, 18.10, $549.90

  3. Macy Fuller, Wittmann, AZ, 18.11, $467.41

  4. Chris Gibson, Windsor, CO, 18.15, $384.93

  5. Jillian Hinze, Ault, CO, 18.20, $302.44

  6. Andrea Busby, Brock, TX, 18.24, $219.96

7/8. Krystal Schlegel, Burns, CO, 18.28, $96.23

7/8. Bonnie Wheatley Calhan, CO, 18.28, $96.23


Place, name, points, paid

  1. Wheaton Williams, Jayden Johnson, , 5.4, $424.00

  2. Rhett Anderson, Jace Norell, 6.0, $318.00

  3. Pate Norell Jace Norell, 6.6, $212.00

  4. Garrett Busby, Jeff Busby, 6.9, $106.00


Place, age, horse, paid

  1. Marcada Baker, 12, Annie, 20.49

  2. Jaycee Matt, 9, Boss, 24.06

  3. Emma McHaffie, 9, Pokey, 31.60

  4. Chyanne Costner, 9 on Carmel, 34.96

  5. Kyleight Dunsmore, 11, Tijuana


  1. Alexis Vreeman, 6, GVG, 19.08

  2. Myka Grajeda, 8, Mo Money, 20.99

  3. Halle Broom, 5, Fannie, 24.01

  4. Kasey Singer, 6, Bambi, 33.36

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