Resistol Rookie Tie-Down Roping Standings Update: Riley Webb Running Away Following Win in Reno

In the last two weeks, Riley Webb has gone from outside the Top 20 in the PRCA Tie-Down Roping World Standings to No. 11 in the world. He has also opened up a lead of more than $40,000 as he has made more than double what any other rookie tie-down roper has in 2022.

1. Riley Webb, $65,633

Webb flew up the leaderboard after winning the Reno Rodeo and finishing second at the Greeley Stampede (Colorado) in back-to-back weekends. Those two rodeos earned him more than $25,000 combined. Over Fourth of July, he made just over $8,000 by placing at the Livingston Roundup Rodeo (Montana) and Oakley Independence Day Rodeo (Utah).

2. Trevor Hale, $25,750

Hale placed in rounds at the World’s Oldest Rodeo (Arizona), Eugene Pro Rodeo (Oregon) and Livingston Roundup over the Fourth of July. Before that, he finished second in the Average at the West of The Pecos (Texas) which concluded on June 25.

3. Kase Bacque, $23,247

Over the Fourth of July, Bacque won Mandan Rodeo Days (North Dakota) with a time of 8.5 seconds. It was seventh time of 8.5 seconds or faster of 2022 and first Go-Round win of the season.

4. Tom Crouse, $21,951

Crouse made the Short Round in Greeley and finished fourth in total money at the event by making more than $6,000. Crouse has five runs of 8.5 seconds or faster this season.

5. Cash Hooper, $13,820

Hooper won checks at five different rodeos in June.

Wyatt Denny started off the final performance of the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo with a bang on Saturday night.

Jennifer Kalafatic took the round in Thursday’s performance and entered the top three overall at the Farm-City Pro Rodeo after stopping the clock at 17.26 seconds.
Braden Richardson took the lead in Hermiston after an 88.5-point ride on Corey and Lange Rodeo’s new bull Gold Rush.
Trey Holston had a rematch with a Cervi bull that put him on top of the leaderboard after night No. 2 in Sikeston.
Mary Brooks and her horse, Bandit, stop the clock and change the leader board in Missouri last night and she caught up with Katy Lucas.
Team ropers Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich drew a steer they knew they could win it on and they went straight to the lead of Round 2, and the rodeo, in Missouri.
Riley Duval is giving it his all the last few weeks of the season and in Sikeston, he will be adding to his season earnings. He currently leads the two head average.
Hall of fame stock contractor Neal Gay has passed away at the age of 96. Gay, a 1993 ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee passed away with his family by his side on August 11 at his home in Terrell, Texas.
Keyshawn Whitehorse joins us to give insight on his journey in the PBR Team Series and his success as a member of the Arizona Ridge Riders.
Josh Frost went 86 points in Performance No. 1 in Missouri on a bull that he has had success on before.