San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo: Monday Night Daysheet, Bracket 3 Round 1
Bracket 3 of San Antonio kicks off at 8:00 PM ET Monday night
With two brackets down and three to go in San Antonio, Bracket 3 is stacked with legendary families that span both ends of the arena.
You can look forward to the Wright family in the bronc riding along with a Lockhart in two events while the Bray brothers will rope together in the team roping.
The action begins with the Pre-Show at 7:30 PM ET on The Cowboy Channel and Cowboy Channel+.
Rookie Kade Berry is up against Bailey Pro Rodeo’s Hanna Bear, a horse that Clint Laye rode for 84 points in Denver. Of the veterans out, Garrett Shadbolt picked up a win in Denver. Can he do it again in San Antonio?
|You See Me
Defending San Antonio Champion Jesse Brown will go to work once again at the Frost Bank Center. After throwing a blazing fast 3.1 in the Finals to win in 2023, Brown’s success at San Antonio is undeniable.
With the likes of Coleman Proctor and Luke Brown up on the head side, young gun Wyatt Bray will need to be at the top of his game in San Antonio when he spins a steer for brother, two-time Reserve World Champion Paden Bray.
SADDLE BRONC RIDING
With two Wrights in the field for Bracket 3, big numbers are sure to land on the board. Stu’s matchup is Borderline Untimely, a Calgary Stampede horse that both Ryder and Stetson have covered, giving Stu the inside track on him. As for Ryder, he will climb on Zorta Proud, a horse that Stu has covered for 87 points before.
|Debt So Long
Thane Lockhart earned his spot in San Antonio through the qualifier in Uvalde with a solid 8.1-second run. This will be his first time in Frost Bank Center and winning is in his blood.
Stacked does not begin to describe the breakaway in Bracket 3. Kelsie Domer, Hope Thompson, Lari Dee Guy, Jackie Crawford and JJ Hampton are among the trailblazers for breakaway in professional rodeo.
|Lari Dee Guy
Lisa Lockhart found her way to the Wildcard Round last year and her and Levee have gotten better and better since. They sit inside the Top 15 in the World currently and are looking to climb higher with success in San Antonio.
|Katie Jo Halbert
Trey Benton III covered 2-of-3 bulls in San Antonio is 2023 and he did it for no less than 84.5 points. He went to Final Round before falling just short of a title and enters Monday’s performance hot after riding for 92 at Bullnanza (Oklahoma) and 88 at the Dixie National (Mississippi) over the weekend.
|Trey Benton III
|Jeter Don Lawrence