St. Paul Rodeo: Recap, Highlights and Payouts

A Fourth of July tradition dating back to 1936, the St. Paul Rodeo is one of the most historic in the Northwest

St. Paul Rodeo 2024

The richest rodeo over the Fourth of July run comes from tiny town of 429 in Oregon.

It’s well worth the trip, however, as about 75,000 fans filed through the gates over five days and rodeo athletes competed for their share of $440,000, with more than $11,000 going to each winner.

BAREBACK RIDING

First Round: 1. Jacob Lees, 88 points on Sankey Pro Rodeo & Phenom Genetics’ Mustard, $13,846; 2. Sam Petersen, 86.5, $10,615; 3. Dean Thompson, 86, $7,846; 4. Tanner Aus, 85, $5,077; 5. (tie) Waylon Bourgeois, Jaceklane Frost and Rocker Steiner, 84.5, $2,462 each; 8. (tie) Leighton Berry and Luke Thrash, 83, $692 each.

STEER WRESTLING

First Round: 1. (tie) Shane Frey and Mike McGinn, 3.5 seconds, $4,293 each; 3. Dalton Massey, 3.6, $3,395; 4. (tie) Sterling Lambert and Gavin Soileau, 3.8, $2,496 each; 6. (tie) Gage Hesse and Dirk Tavenner, 4.0, $1,298 each; 8. (tie) Riley Duvall, Logan Lemmel, Will Lummus, Winsten McGraw and Trever Nelson, 4.1, $80 each.

Second Round: 1. Dalton Massey, 3.5 seconds, $4,593; 2. Will Lummus, 3.6, $3,994; 3. (tie) Stephen Mullins and Talon Roseland, 3.8, $3,095 each; 5. (tie) Tanner Brunner, Eric Logan and Gavin Soileau, 3.9, $1,597 each; 8. (tie) Walt Arnold and Sterling Lambert, 4.0, $200 each.

Average: 1. Dalton Massey, 7.1 seconds on two head, $6,889; 2. (tie) Will Lummus and Gavin Soileau, 7.7, $5,541 each; 4. Sterling Lambert, 7.8, $4,193; 5. Mike McGinn, 7.9, $3,295; 6. Tyler Pearson, 8.6, $2,396; 7. (tie) Nick Guy and Darcy Kersh, 8.7, $1,048 each.

TEAM ROPING

First round: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.8 seconds, $4,469 each; 2. Lightning Aguilera/Lane Mitchell, 5.0, $3,886; 3. Cyle Denison/Tanner Braden, 5.1, $3,303; 4. Erich Rogers/Paul Eaves, 5.2, $2,720; 5. (tie) Riley Minor/Brady Minor and Nelson Wyatt/Jonathan Torres, 5.3, $1,846 each; 7. (tie) Jack Graham/Jason Duby, Marcus Theriot/Cole Curry and J.C. Yeahquo/Buddy Hawkins II, 5.4, $453 each.

Second Round: 1. Jr. Dees/JC Flake, 4.4 seconds, $4,469 each; 2. Jake Smith/Douglas Rich, 4.6, $3,886; 3. Clint Summers/Jake Long, 4.7, $3,303; 4. (tie) Lightning Aguilera/Lane Mitchell and J.C. Yeahquo/Buddy Hawkins II, 5.0, $2,429 each; 6. Chase Helton/Spencer Mitchell, 5.1, $1,554; 7. Steven Duby/Taylor Duby, 5.3, $972; 8. (tie) Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira and Devon McDaniel/Walt Woodard, 5.4, $194 each.

Average: 1. Lightning Aguilera/Lane Mitchell, 10.0 seconds on two head, $6,704 each; 2. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 10.2, $5,829; 3. J.C. Yeahquo/Buddy Hawkins II, 10.4, $4,955; 4. Jack Graham/Jason Duby, 10.9, $4,081; 5. Nelson Wyatt/Jonathan Torres, 11.0, $3,206; 6. Steven Duby/Taylor Duby, 11.4, $2,332; 7. Shay Dixon Carroll/Jace Helton, 16.0, $1,457; 8. Jeff Flenniken/Jake Minor, 17.8, $583.

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

First Round: 1. Kade Bruno, 87 points on Big Bend Rodeo’s Broken Camp, $13,099; 2. Chase Brooks, 86.5, $10,042; 3. Zachary Dallas, 85, $7,423; 4. (tie) Damian Brennan and Darcy Radel, 84.5, $3,930 each; 6. (tie) Houston Brown and Wyatt Casper, 84, $1,965 each; 8. (tie) Weston Patterson, Tyrel Roberts, Tegan Smith and Brody Wells, 83, $327 each.

TIE-DOWN ROPING

First Round: 1. Quade Hiatt, 8.0 seconds, $4,494; 2. (tie) Haven Meged and Michael Otero, 8.3, $3,615 each; 4. (tie) Quint Bell and Ty Harris, 8.6, $2,442 each; 6. Marty Yates, 8.8, $1,563; 7. Chisum Allen, 8.9, $977; 8. Connor Atkinson, 9.2, $391.

Second Round: 1. Beau Cooper, 7.4 seconds, $4,494; 2. John Douch, 7.5, $3,908; 3. Brushton Minton, 7.6, $3,322; 4. Chance Oftedahl, 7.8, $2,735; 5. (tie) Dylan Hancock and Lucas Potter, 8.1, $1,856 each; 7. Bo Pickett, 8.2, $977; 8. Nick Achille, 8.3, $391.

Average: 1. Quade Hiatt, 16.8 seconds on two head, $6,741; 2. Ty Harris, 17.3, $5,862; 3. John Douch, 17.6, $4,982; 4. Nathan Clawson, 17.9, $4,103; 5. Connor Atkinson, 18.5, $3,224; 6. Shane Hanchey, 18.7, $2,345; 7. Brad Goodrich, 18.9, $1,465; 8. Michael Otero, 19.1, $586.

BARREL RACING

First Round: 1. Emily Beisel, 17.20 seconds, $11,165; 2. Jordon Briggs, 17.37, $8,932; 3. Shelley Morgan, 17.51, $7,257; 4. Gretchen Miller, 17.52, $5,583; 5. Jennifer Barrett, 17.56, $4,466; 6. Jodee Miller, 17.57, $3,350; 7. Miley Bravos, 17.58, $2,791; 8. Lindsey Ham, 17.60, $2,512; 9. LaTricia Duke, 17.62, $2,233; 10. Cambria Estep, 17.63, $1,954; 11. Jordan Driver, 17.64, $1,675; 12. Molly Otto, 17.66, $1,396; 13. Megan McLeod-Sprague, 17.67, $1,117; 14. Julia Johnson, 17.70, $837; 15. Jessica McMahon, 17.71, $558.

BULL RIDING

First Round: 1. (tie) TJ Gray, on Macza Pro Rodeo’s Big River, and Kase Hitt, on Four Star Rodeo’s Diamond Dust, 85.5 points, $11,222 each; 3. (tie) Chase Dougherty and Taylor Toves, 84.5, $5,929 each; 5. (tie) Caleb McCaslin and Jace Trosclair, 81, $2,541 each; 7. (tie) Levi Gray and Hawk Whitt, 80, $1,482 each.

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