Steer Wrestler Cash Robb Locks in San Antonio Semifinals After Bracket 5 Round 3 Win

Cash Robb stayed consistent in his bracket to advance to San Antonio’s Semifinals.

Cash Robb made up for his Round 1 no time when he placed in Round 2 and won Round 3. The second year veteran is now tied as the No. 2 steer wrestler from Bracket 5 and moving on to the Semifinals among a pile of bull doggers from the south.

“Oh yeah, I always ready,” Robb said about the Semifinals.

It took a 3.9 and a 3.8 for Robb to cash in a total of $4,000 trailing the No. 1 steer wrestler in the bracket by just $500.That No. 1 steer wrestler is Kyle Irwin who split the win in both Round 1 and 2.

Tied with Robb at $4,000 and the No. 2 position going into the Semifinals from Bracket 5 is Louisiana cowboy Jacob Talley. Talley placed in all three rounds but his fastest run came in Round 2 at 4.0 seconds.

The fourth steer wrestler we will see from Bracket 5 in the Semifinals is Robb’s traveling partner and five-time World Champion, Tyler Waguespack. He split the Round 1 win with a 4.4 and finished third in Round 3 to settle for $3,750.

There are two rounds of Semifinals in San Antonio and they take place on Feb. 22-23.

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