Cody Stampede: Recap, Highlights and Payouts

The richest rodeo in Wyoming outside of Cheyenne is a Fourth of July staple

Cody Stampede 2024

The Cody Stampede is the richest one-header in all of ProRodeo and the second-highest paying rodeo the Fourth of July Run.

BAREBACK RIDING

First Round: 1. Bronc Marriott, 91.5 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Breaking News, $9,976; 2. Kade Sonnier, 89, $7,648; 3. Nick Pelke, 86, $5,653; 4. Cooper Cooke, 85, $3,658; 5. (tie) Keenan Hayes and Jess Pope, 84.5, $1,995 each; 7. Mason Stuller, 83, $1,330; 8. (tie) Caleb Bennett, Kade Berry, Mason Clements and Ty Pope, 82, $249 each.

STEER WRESTLING

First Round: 1. Cash Robb, 3.7 seconds, $7,417; 2. Trell Etbauer, 4.5, $6,428; 3. (tie) Dakota Eldridge and Chance Howard, 4.8, $5,439 each; 5. Tristan Martin, 4.9, $4,450; 6. Will Lummus, 5.1, $3,956; 7. Olin Hannum, 5.4, $3,461; 8. Kade Kinsella, 5.5, $2,967; 9. Jesse Brown, 5.6, $2,472; 10. Evan Spady, 5.7, $1,978; 11. J.D. Struxness, 6.0, $1,731; 12. (tie) Kodie Jang, Dalton Kunkee and Tait Kvistad, 6.1, $1,071 each; 15. Kyler Dick, 6.2, $494.

TEAM ROPING

First Round: 1. Kreece Thompson/Cooper Freeman, 4.2 seconds, $6,657 each; 2. Jake Smith/Douglas Rich, 4.3, $6,145; 3. (tie) Luke Brown/Travis Graves and Riley Kittle/Will Woodfin, 4.4, $5,377 each; 5. Nelson Wyatt/Jonathan Torres, 4.5, $4,609; 6. (tie) Brye Crites/Tyler Worley, Tee McLeod/Sid Sporer, Cody Snow/Hunter Koch and Jade Stoddard/Mason Trollinger, 4.7, $3,392 each; 10. James Arviso/Denton Dunning, 4.8, $2,560; 11. (tie) J7 Bland/Tyson Thompson and Rhen Richard/Clay Futrell, 4.9, $1,920 each; 13. Coy Brittain/Michael Fortenberry, 5.1, $1,536; 14. Kolton Schmidt/Landen Glenn, 5.3, $1,024; 15. Brandon Farris/Ryon Tittel, 5.5, $512.

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

First Round: 1. Chase Brooks, 89.5 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Frontier Medicin, $9,785; 2. Wyatt Casper, 89, $7,502; 3. Ryder Wright, 87, $5,545; 4. Kade Bruno, 86, $3,588; 5. (tie) Lefty Holman and Spencer Wright, 85, $1,957 each; 7. Cash Wilson, 84.5, $1,305; 8. Isaac Diaz, 84, $979.

TIE-DOWN ROPING

First Round: 1. Chance Thiessen, 7.7 seconds, $8,742; 2. Kincade Henry, 7.9, $7,576; 3. Jake Pratt, 8.1, $6,994; 4. (tie) Shane Hanchey, Ty Harris and Garrett Jacobs, 8.2, $5,245 each; 7. Marty Yates, 8.4, $4,080; 8. Trevor Hale, 8.5, $3,497; 9. (tie) Blake Ash, Zane Kilgus and Sterling Smith, 8.6, $2,428 each; 12. Cash Fretwell, 8.8, $1,748; 13. (tie) Hayden Ford, Seth Hall, Ladd King, Austin Lawrence and Grant Turek, 8.9, $525 each.

BARREL RACING

First Round: 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 16.95 seconds, $11,049; 2. Hailey Kinsel, 17.06, $8,839; 3. Andrea Busby, 17.14, $7,182; 4. Lisa Lockhart, 17.18, $5,524; 5. Londyn Ross, 17.25, $4,420; 6. Hadley Tate, 17.28, $3,315; 7. Loni Yates, 17.33, $2,762; 8. Michelle Alley, 17.35, $2,486; 9. Katelyn Scott, 17.37, $2,210; 10. Tarryn Lee, 17.38, $1,934; 11. Sharin Hall, 17.39, $1,657; 12. Ashley Day, 17.41, $1,381; 13. (tie) Abigail Knight and Sara Winkelman, 17.43, $967 each; 15. (tie) Paige Jones and Tayla Moeykens, 17.44, $276 each.

BULL RIDING

First Round: 1. Jeter Lawrence, 87.5 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Bridewater, $10,011; 2. Josh Frost, 85.5, $7,675; 3. Parker Breding, 85, $5,673; 4. Taylor Toves, 83, $3,671; 5. Fulton Rutland, 79.5, $2,336; 6. Jeff Askey, 79, $1,669; 7. Tyler Bingham, 76.5, $1,335; no other qualified rides.

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