San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Saturday Night Daysheet, Final Round

The athlete with the most money at the end wins in San Antone, and that’s almost always the winner of the $15,000 first place check in the Finals

SASSR Finals

There have been 18 performances in San Antonio and the most important one awaits.

The Final Round comes with a $15,000 payday and a near guarantee to the be the champion in San Antonio.

Everything hinges on Saturday night in San Antone and it begins at 8:30 PM ET on The Cowboy Channel and Cowboy Channel+.


In a night full of terrific matchups, Keenan Hayes v. Night Flight, Cole Reiner v. Night Crawler and Rocker Steiner v. Top Notch are three to keep an eye on.

Clayton Biglow Disco Party
Luke Thrash Agent Lynx
Keenan Hayes Night Flight
Cole Reiner Night Crawler
Brayze Schill Straight Stick
Bronc Marriott New Scarlett
Kade Sonnier Night Gazer
Mason Clements Drunk Bunnt
Rocker Steiner Top Notch
Weston Timberman Yippee Kibitz
Cooper Cooke Blasting Sand


Tyler Waguespack, Kyle Irwin and Tyler Pearson are the three cowboys who have earned more than $8,000 so far in San Antonio. They have all been to the NFR at least five times and all of them have either won a World Title or the NFR Average.

Stephen Culling
Will Lummus
Denell Henderson
Tim KEmp
Tristan Martin
Cash Robb
Walt Arnold
Tyler Pearson
Jacob Talley
Tyler Waguespack
Kyle Irwin


The reigning champions, Dustin Egusquiza/Levi Lord, are first out after a blistering 3.6 to win the First Semifinal. Last year, 4.1 was their winning time.

Dustin Egusquiza Levi Lord
Dawson Graham Dillon Graham
Brady Tryan Calgary Smith
Chad Masters Wyatt Cox
Clint Summers Jake Long
Coy Rahlmann Billie Jack Saebens
Aaron Tsinigine Ryan Motes
Andrew Ward Tanner Braden
Tyler Wade Wesley Thorp
Cody Snow Hunter Koch
Derrick Begay Colter Todd


Statler Wright already reclaimed the No. 1 ranking in the PRCA World Standings this weekend and now he will have to contend with the likes of Wyatt Casper, Dawson Hay, Lefty Holman, Zeke Thurston, Sage Newman and more to hold onto it.

Statler Wright Straight Moonshine
Wyatt Casper Larry Culpepper
Logan Hay Tokyo Bubbles
Dawson Hay Wild Cherry
Isaac Diaz Kevlar Jacket
Ryder Sanford R. Watson’s Ed Bishop
Logan Cook Ricky Bobby
Lefty Holman Exotic Warrior
Zeke Thurston Dandy Delight
Mitch Pollock Vitalix Womanizer
Sage Newman Xplosive Skies


The arena record of 1.6 seconds was tied three times this year before Shai Schaefer finally broke it with a 1.5 in the First Semifina.

Erin Johnson
Taylor Munsell
Joey Williams
Danielle Lowman
Nicole Baggarley
Shelby Boisjoli-Meged
Shai Schaefer
Braylee Shepherd
Sarah Angelone
Taylor Engesser


Reigning World Champion Riley Webb will be first out fresh off a 7.5-second run in the Second Semifinal. Additionally, World No. 1 Shad Mayfield enters with three Go-Round Wins already in the Frost Bank Center in 2024.

Riley Webb
Hunter Herrin
Shad Mayfield
Bryce Derrer
Beau Cooper
Luke Potter
Riley Pruitt
Tom Crouse
John Douch
Blane Cox
Kincade Henry


If a lot of those names look familiar, it’s because 8 of them made the 2023 NFR.

Ashley Castleberry
Stevi Hillman
Emily Beisel
Wenda Johnson
Shelley Morgan
Jodee Morgan
Summer Kosel
Jessica Routier
Preslie Reid
Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi
Kassie Mowry


World No. 2 Clayton Sellars enters the Finals 4-for-4 while World No. 1 and Fort Worth Champion Cody Teel is the last man out in the entire rodeo.

T Parker High Rise
Jeter Lawrence Vitalix Hard Knox
Creek Young Stone Cold
Cooper James Predator
Luke Mast Bayou Bengal
Jordan Hansen Pegasus
Clayton Sellars Broken Dreams
Jacauy HaleRoad Warrior
Gavin Hauck Slamwitch
Jake Gardner Time Bomb
Cody Teel White Trash
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