Biggest Movers in the World Standings

There were some major movers and shakers over the weekend of rodeo. Ty Breuer was the biggest mover who moved up 22 spots over the weekend to 28th in the World Standings thanks to a big win at the Redding Rodeo. Breuer is looking to make it back to the NFR after an injury prevented him from competing after he qualified for the 2020 finals.

Seth Hardwick was another big mover as he looks to close in on the top-15 in the world. Hardwick moved up from 35th place to 25th in the Bareback World Standings.

Another big mover was Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi who moved up 10 spots in the WPRA standings from 20th to 10th place.

Stevi Hillman is loaded down with fast horses and two different mounts took her to the pay window in early June.
Team ropers Jake Clay and Douglas Rich capitalized on a small run from Utah to Oregon ahead of the Summer Run.
Sage Newman picked up two rodeo wins while placing at two more over the weekend to be the No.6 ranked bronc rider in the World.
Rocker Steiner, Sage Newman and Jake Clay/Douglas Rich were some of the big winners
For the second consecutive year, Texas’ own Leighton Berry wins the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse and Frontier Days Rodeo.
It is the final performance in Sisters, Oregon.
As we prepare for Performance 3 in Oregon, the competition only gets tougher.
The final performance in Weatherford, Texas should pack a punch as we crown champions.
The action is packed in Oregon at Sisters Rodeo as we roll into Performance 2.
Oregon is bringing another top-tier rodeo with world class athletes to the fore front of the weekend.