San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo: Friday Night Daysheet, Finals

It is a star-studded Finals on Championship Friday in San Angelo.

Angelo Daysheet.png

Tonight, champions will be crowned in San Angelo.


Veterans Tilden Hooper and RC Landingham are matched up with two of Pete Carr’s greats. Hooper will climb on Worth The Whiskey for the first time. Landingham’s matchup is Redzilla, an NFR mare.

Luke ThrashBarn Buster
Bodee LammersDamn Straight
Keenan HayesObssessive Nightflight
Tilden HooperWorth the Whiskey
Will Norstrom Night Delta
Ethan MazurenkoNight Flight
Wyatt MainesTop Notch
Jacob LeesFringe Jacket
RC LandinghamRedzilla
Cooper CookeNight Gazer


Matt Reeves loves San Angelo and the crowd that it has and the eight-time NFR qualifier does not miss it even being semi-retired. Reeves leads the Average with an 8.4 on two head.

Landris White
Chance Howard
Jake Nelson
Mike McGinn
Heath Thomas
Stetson Jorgensen
Trisyn Kalawaia
Gavin Soileau
Trevor Nelson
Cole Walker
Don Payne
Matt Reeves


Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord have been on fire roping a 3.8 and a 3.6 in the Long Rounds. They lead the Average by a full second going into the Finals.

Billy Bob BrownJosh Patton
Curry KirchnerJake Edwards
Brye CritesTyler Worley
Cash DutyRoss Ashford
Devon JohnsonBoogie Ray
Brenten HallKaden Profilli
Andrew WardKollin VonAhn
Shay CarrollJace Helton
Tyler WadeWesley Thorp
James ArvisoJR Gonzalez
Cory Kidd VTanner Braden
Dustin EgusquizaLevi Lord


The Texas Swing job is still not done for Lefty Holman. He has matched up with Straight Moonshine, a horse that is known for taking cowboys to the pay window.

Kade BrunoTop Egyptian
Logan CookSecret Agent
Cauy MastersShady Jacket
Isaac DiazKavlar Jacket
Tanner ButnerIn the Lu
Brody CressStockyards Babe
Tyrel RobertsStraight Jacket
Cort ScheerHigh Dive
Lefty HolmanStraight Moonshine
Wyatt CasperET
Ryder SanfordMiss Texas
Sage NewmanMidnite Train


Riley Webb’s 6.9-second run is still the fastest run of San Angelo and his new paint horse seems to be fitting his style well. He is two seconds off of the Marty Yates going into the Finals.

Chance Oftedahl
Carson Watford
Riley Webb
Dylan Hancock
Tom Crouse
Luke Potter
Tuf Cooper
Cole Clemons
Connor Atkinson
Ryan Jarrett
Cash Hooper
Marty Yates


Alli Masters had time to go home and relax before the Finals and she is back with only a three tenths of a second lead in the Average.

Rickie Fanning
Harley Meged
Emilee Charlesworth
Josie Conner
Angie Green
Haley Mason
Joey Williams
Addie Weil
Brooke Eddy
Kelsie Domer
Timber Allenbrand
Alli Masters


Wenda Johnson and Mo are leading the Average with a tough group of barrel racers but it is Jymmy Kay Cox and Chase that still hold the fastest run of the rodeo.

Ashley Castleberry
Emma Charleston
Dona Kay Rule
Tiany Schuster
Sydney Graham
Jymmy Kay Cox
Dena Kirkpatrick
Ilyssa Riley
Wenda Johnson
Kalli McCall
Ari-Anna Flynn
Shelley Morgan


No. 2 bull rider in the World, Clayton Sellars, is back looking for his second win in San Angelo. He is coming off of a huge Xtreme Bulls win from last weekend that has momentum swinging in his favor.

Clayton SellarsPeagusus
Scott James WellsTwighlight Zone
Riley ShippySilent Hello
Wacey SchallaRichard Slam
Beau GardnerJustified
Vinell MarianoBayou Bengal
Colton ByramBilly’s Hideaway
Jackson Carter WardLittle Bill
Cooper JacobsHammer Down
Jeff AskeyCurly Bill
Dustin BoquetRoad Warrior
JR StratfordRackem
Team ropers Jake Clay and Douglas Rich capitalized on a small run from Utah to Oregon ahead of the Summer Run.
Sage Newman picked up two rodeo wins while placing at two more over the weekend to be the No.6 ranked bronc rider in the World.
Rocker Steiner, Sage Newman and Jake Clay/Douglas Rich were some of the big winners
For the second consecutive year, Texas’ own Leighton Berry wins the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse and Frontier Days Rodeo.
The final performance in Weatherford, Texas should pack a punch as we crown champions.
Two performances down in Weatherford and Night No. 3 has a lineup just as strong.
Tristen Hutchings continues to show up and show out in Weatherford, Texas
84 years of advancements have paid off by attracting some of the biggest names in rodeo
Will Lummus won the Arkansas rodeo in dominant fashion last weekend