PRCA Team Roping Heeler Standings Update, Feb 8.: Coleby Payne Sits No. 1 After Win in Fort Worth


Jake Link

The team roping this season is one to watch with multiple shifts in partners and competition like no other, the PRCA Heeler Standings are ever changing.

1. Coleby Payne, $33,318

Coleby Payne has taken the lead in the PRCA World Standings with $33,318 in earnings. Payne collected $25,000 of his winnings at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo alongside his partner Clay Smith.

2. Kaden Profili, $26,935

Sitting at No. 2 in the standings Kaden Profili secured second place at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo as he and header Brenton Hall locked in a 4.6-second run in the Finals bringing their total earnings to $17,250 inside Dickies Arena.

3. Levi Lord, $22,843

Levi Lord pulled a check for $7,489 at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo and he and his partner Dustin Eguiquiza claimed the No. 1 spot. The duo then headed South to Fort Worth where they advanced into the Finals and walked away with $4,000 each.

4. Tyler McKnight, $19,232

Tyler McKnight tied for second place in Denver at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo, taking home $4,554 in earnings. McKnight then followed up with a fourth place check in Fort Worth with a time of 6.6 seconds, adding $8,500 to his total winnings.

5. Cole Cury, $17,453

Cole Curry and his partner Marcus Theriot split the No. 2 spot at the National Western Stock Show with Tyler McKnight and Wyatt Imus, picking up a check for $8,460. Curry continued to pull checks in Homestead and Wauchula, Florida.

6. Evan Arnold, $15,594

Evan Arnold earned the majority of his earnings in October at the Texas Circuit Finals as he and Manny Egusquiza locked in two Go-Round wins as well as the Average.

7. Clay Green, $15,400

Sitting at No. 7 in the World Standings Clay Green cinched a good amount of his earnings Southeastern Circuit Finals as he collected $7,669 in Davie, Florida.

8. Jake Long, $14,437

Thirteen-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Jake Long sits inside the Top 10 with $14,437 in earnings. Long secured $11,000 at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and he and his partner Clint Summers secured the No. 3 spot in the Final Round.

9. Wesley Thorp, $14,158

Wesley Thorp pulled in $13,166 of his winnings at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo, cinching the No. 1 spot along side his partner Tyler Wade. Thorp is a two-time World Champion and is on track early in the season to secure a ninth NFR qualification.

10. Dustin Davis, $13,599

Dustin Davis got a head start to his season as he earned just over $6,000 in the months of October and November and kept the momentum going as he pulled a check for $6,072 at the National Western Stock Show Rodeo.

11. Jace McDaniels, $13,599

Arkansas cowboy Jace McDaniels earned a large portion of his earnings early in the season as he secured a check for a total of $8,606 at the North American Championship Rodeo in Lousville, Kentucky.

12. Clay Futrell, $12,402

Clay Futrell picked up multiple checks in January including the Sandhills Stock Show and Rode, National Western and San Antonio Qualifier, bringing his total earnings to just over $12,400.

13. Ike Folsom, $11,829

Ike Folsom secured multiple Go-Round winning checks at the Montana Circuit Finals to ultimately lock in the No. 1 spot in the Average. Folsom and his partner Dustin Bird each took home $9,856 in earnings.

14. Ross Ashford, $11,769

National Finals Rodeo qualifier Ross Ashford finished out in second place in the Average at the Badlands Circuit Finals, raking in just over $6,400 in Minot, North Dakota.

15. Jake Minor, $11,418

Jake Minor’s earnings have come exclusively from the Columbia Circuit Finals where he and Jeff Flenniken took home $5,918 in earnings, as well as the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, pulling in an additional $5,500.

16. Zack Mabry, $11,400

Zack Mabry picked up multiple checks in Florida including Arcadia, Homestead and Davie, accumulating $10,533 of his overall earnings. Mabry sits at No. 16 in the PRCA World Standings.

17. Colton Brittain, $10,815

Colton Brittain took home a check for $5,530 at the Texas Circuit Finals in Waco as he secured the No. 4 position in the Average. Brittain cinched a check for $3,316 at the Austin Co. Fair and Rodeo with a winning run of 4.3 seconds.

18. Paul Eaves, $10,709

Two-time World Champion Paul Eaves sits inside the Top 20 with just over $10,700 in earnings. Eaves pulled a check for $6,620 at the Turquoise Circuit Finals in November to get a good lead early on in the season.

19. Lane Mitchell, $10,556

Sitting No. 19 in the PRCA World Standings, Lane Mitchell has earned $10,556 thus far in the season after picking up the majority of his winnings in Texas.

20. McCoy Profili, $8,920

McCoy Profili won a total of $6,913 at the Texas Circuit Finals as he and his partner McCray Profili locked in an aggregate time of 28.1 seconds on four head to claim the No. 2 spot.

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