San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Bracket 5
The fifth and final bracket of the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo is here. Those advancing from this bracket will join the likes of Kaycee Feild, Kyle Irwin, Kaleb Driggers and Junior Noguiera, Brody Cress, Cory Solomon, Emily Beisel and Tristen Hutchings in the two sets of Semifinals that will take place later this week.
R.C. Landingham is coming off a $5,000 win in Jackson, Mississippi and heading in San Antonio where he has Championship Pro Rodeo’s Sum Buck, Frontier Rodeo’s Short Night and Macza Pro Rodeo’s Dirty Looks. Landingham has been 86.5 points on Dirty Looks but the other two will be new matchesup for the California cowboy.
In a loaded field of bull doggers, four of them advanced on to the Final Round in 2022. Tyler Waguespack, Rowdy Parrott, Will Lummus and Dakota Eldridge know exactly what it takes to advance in this tournament style format and Lummus is coming off a big win in Fort Worth.
Jade Corkill made it to the Finals in 2022 with Clay Smith but this year, he is going for a title with none other than Clay Tryan. Standing in their way is standout team Tanner Tomlinson and Patrick Smith aong with new 2023 team Jr. Dees and Ross Ashford.
|Billy Bob Brown||James Blankeship|
|Paul Tierney||Tanner Braden|
|Michael Livingston||Seth Smithson|
|Jr. Dees||Ross Ashford|
|Cory Kidd||Lane Mitchell|
|Aaron Tsinigine||Ryan Motes|
|Tanner Tomlinson||Patrick Smith|
|Clay Tryan||Jade Corkill|
|Clayton Van Aken||Richard Skelton|
|Quinn Kesler||Max Kuttler|
SADDLE BRONC RIDING
Wyatt Casper is just inside the top 25 but after the next three broncs, he should climb the standings. Calgary Stampede’s Sergeant Whitney and Championship Pro Rodeos Tickled Pink are among the three horses he has drawn that he will face for the first time.
John Douch finished fourth in the Short Go in 2022 while Kincade Henry tied to win the Wildcard Round and Zack Jongbloed picked up a check after placing in a round. With only four spot left open for the Semifinals, these calf ropers will leave it all in the arena.
Sarah Angelone had an impressive showing in Fort Worth and it is her turn to do it again in San Antonio. Between her and a Semifinal is National Finals Breakaway Roper Rickie Engesser, Cheyanne Guillory and World Champion Sawyer Gilbert.
Dona Kay Rule and her two-time Horse of the Year, Valor are returning to AT&T Center to get redemption. After going all the way to the Short Round and finishing second in 2022, the fan favorite duo is back to do it all again only this time, leave with a championship.
|Dona Kay Rule|
Both Jeff Askey and Sage Kimzey had luck at the San Antonio Xtreme Bulls cahsing in on big rides. In Round 3 of this Bracket, Askey will face Frontier Rodeo’s County Jail who has six 90+ point rides made on him within the last two years. Kimzey has matched up with Frontier’s glory Days, a bull who has yet to be ridden this 2023 season.
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