Rodeo Austin: Performance 6
Changes have come on the leaderboard in the timed events while bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding have stayed the same over the last three performances of Rodeo Austin. Performance 6 could bring changes in all events.
Trenton Montero has drawn Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Zinger, a horse that he matched up with before at the La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros in 2017. In Tucson, Zinger got the best of Montero but with a five-year gap since then, it is Montero’s game tonight.
|Tim Murphy||Nutrena’s Redigo|
|Clay Stone||Shattered Dream|
|Dylan Riggins||Satin Doll|
|Lane McGehee||Little Jet|
Jacob Talley’s 2023 season has been nothing but fast times and big checks. We can expect the same from Talley and reigning World Champion Tyler Waguespack as they gear up to try and change the leaderboard for the third night in a row in the bull dogging.
Marcus Theriot and Bentley Curry are both No. 3 in the World Standings and Rodeo Austin could push them even higher. After an winning San Antonio and pulling a check at RodeoHouston, the duo is on a roll.
|Brandon Beers||Daniel Braman|
|Aaron Tsinigine||Kyle Lockett|
|Marcus Theriot||Bentley Curry|
|Clay Clayman||Dalton Turner|
|Paul Tierney||Tanner Braden|
|BRaden Pirrung||Lane Siggins|
|Austin Crist||Cullen Teller|
|Erich Rogers||Paul Eaves|
SADDLE BRONC RIDING
It is a stacked field of saddle bronc riders tonight. Sage Newman, Chase Brooks and Kolby Wanchuk are just a few. Beutler & Son’s Nutrena’s Full Deck is making a second appearance, this time with Lucas Macza.
|Lucas Macza||Nutrena’s Full Deck|
|Dawson Dahm||Parlor House|
|Traylin Martin||White Mesa|
|Sage Newman||Check Mate|
|Chase Brooks||Crop Circle|
|Tanner Butner||Choctaw Ridge|
|Kolby Wanchuk||Chisum Trail|
Veteran tie-down ropers Shane Hanchey and Haven Meged could be the ones to move the leaderboard. Blane Cox’s 7.7 from Performance 1 has held up through four performances.
Shelby Boisjoli is a veteran breakaway roper that could make a huge change to the leaderboard. She is known for being right on the barrier and stopping the clock quick with undeniable horsepower.
Florida’s Margo Crowther is currently No. 5 in the WPRA World Standings. Her mare, Sissy, has been an undeniable force helping Crowther rack up over $28,000. It was a successful San Antonio for Crowther and she is coming into Austin after success in her home state. Momentum is swinging her way.
Another Floridian out tonight is Cullen Telfer. Telfer is sitting No. 17 in the World and coming into Austin after a second place finish with an 86-point ride that proved to be worth over $3,000.