Layton Green and The Black Tie Take Over the Pendleton Round-Up

Layton Green and Sankey Pro Rodeo’s The Black Tie were the ultimate match-up as they claimed the No. 1 spot with a 90.5-point ride in the Final Round.

“That’s the one everybody wanted so I was pretty happy to have him, I knew I had a chance and it worked out,” Green said.

This win held a profound significance for the Canadian cowboy, given that his grandfather, who passed away just a week earlier, had also claimed the title of the Pendleton Round-Up Saddle Bronc Riding Champion in 1974.

Green added a total of $7,344 to his earnings with his win in Pendleton as he now sits No. 8 in the PRCA World Standings as he inches closer to securing a fourth National Finals Rodeo qualification.

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