Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo: Bracket 4


Arena records have already been tied and broken at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and we are only through three brackets. Up next is Bracket 4 and with this group, those records could be broken again.


Bareback World Champion Tim O’Connell is known for making showstopping rides on some of the best horses. O’Connell has drawn Championship Pro Rodeo’s Witchy Woman for Round 1, a horse that he has been 86 points on in the past.

Bill Tutor
Trenton Montero
Tristan Hansen
Kade Sonnier
Caleb Bennett
Waylon Bourgeois
Dylan Riggins
Tim O’Connell


Fan favorite steer wrestlers Hunter Cure and Tristan Martin are out in this bracket. Martin is the defending champion of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. He was at the top of his game last year, throwing down a time of 3.7 in the Semifinals and a 3.9 in the Finals. Can he do it again?

Cody Devers
Trell Etbauer
Sterling Lambert
Jacob Edler
Cade Goodman
Hunter Cure
Tanner Brunner
Tristan Martin
Justin Shaffer


In the team roping is Nelson Wyatt and Chase Tryan. The duo pulled a check in Denver and are getting in the groove as they head into the next winter rodeo. Tyler Wade and Travis Graves are getting it figured out as well. The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo might be the place that it all clicks.

Rhett AndersonJames Futrell
Cash DutySid Sporer
Tommy BuckalooJames Davison
Nelson WyattChase Tryan
Garrett TonozziDouglas Rich
Kenneth FlennikenTyler Worley
Tyler WadeTravis Graves
Joshua TorresDylin Ahlstrom


National Finals saddle bronc rider Ben Andersen has matched up with bucking horse Pow Wow Nights of Championship Pro Rodeo while fellow Canadian bronc rider Logan Hay is on Championship Pro Rodeo’s Quality Control, who Jacobs Crawley rode for 87.5 points earlier this season.

Cash Wilson
Clint Franks
Ben Anderson
Rusty Wright
Logan Hay
Jake Watson
Houston Brown
Kolby Wanchuk
Tegan Smith


The tie-down is loaded in Bracket 4. Zach Jongbloed is fresh off his first NFR while Trevor Hale and Riley Pruitt both had success in Denver.

Tanner Green
Chance Thiessen
Zach Jongbloed
Riley Pruitt
Blane Cox
Taylor Santos
Ryan Jarrett
Trevor Hale


Reigning World Champion Breakaway Roper Martha Angelone is among the ladies that will rope tonight along with 2021 World Champion Sawyer Gilbert. Gilbert advanced to the Semifinals in 2022 and this year, her bracket is just as tough.

Sawyer Gilbert
Jordan Hollabaugh
Tiffany Schieck
Sarah Angelone
Martha Angelone
Cheyenne Guillory
Alex Loiselle
Alli Masters


Two World Champions will head down the alley in the barrel racing. Hailey Kinsel and Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi will be among the nine ladies in Bracket four. Kinsel ran Valentina during the Texas Challenge that kicked off Fort Worth but her mare, Sister is always a force to be reckoned with while Pozzi Tonozzi’s main mount Birdie got her to the Finals in Denver yet again.

Kylee Scribner
Michelle Alley
Stephanie Fryar
Bradi Whiteside
Rachelle Riggers
Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi
Cheyenne Allan
Hailey Kinsel
Rainey Skelton


The seven-time World Champion Bull Rider that everyone has been waiting to see back in the arena is back. Sage Kimzey got Fort Worth started right with an 89.5-point ride on Big Rafter Rodeo’s Trunk Monkey at the Xtreme Bulls. He has drawn Andrews Rodeo’s Weekend Warrior in Round 1.

Trey Benton
Riley Harris
Maverick Smith
Blaine Beaty
Lucas Mooningham
Coy Thorson
Raymond Mayo
Sage Kimzey

Get the full daysheets here.

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