Bryson Sechrist Sets Arena Record to Win Tie-Down Roping in Fort Worth

Bryson Sechrist was the second tie-down roper out in the Finals and knew he had to go fast to set a time to beat. He says he let it all hang out, and it paid off with a time of 7.2 seconds, a new arena record.

“All them guys behind me, they could’ve beat me two or three tenths any time of the day, so I just took a chance,” he said. “This is real special.”

Quade Hiatt was second with a time of 7.5 seconds and Shad Mayfield was third at 8.4. Mayfield is now No. 1 in the PRCA Tie-Down Roping World Standings, Sechrist is No. 2 and Hiatt is No. 3.



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