The summer run is less than 10 days away and before we jump into it, take a look back at some the rankest rides and fast times of 2022.

Kaycee Feild made a 93-point ride on OLS Tubs Stevie Knicks during the Finals of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo that proved to be worth $20,000. The six-time World Champion is sitting No. 6 in the PRCA World Standings.

No. 1 saddle bronc rider Sage Newman put on a show at Rodeo Houston on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Billie when he also went 93 points. This is the ride that moved him into the No. 1 spot in the World and he has held on to that position ever since.

In the bull riding, the rankest ride comes from no other than five-time World Champion Stetson Wright and Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Yellowstone. At Rodeo Houston, the two matched up to bring their best and score 93-points.

Steer wrestler Tyler Waguespack threw down a steer in 3.0 seconds in the Round 3 of the Southeastern Circuit Finals. He sits No. 2 in the PRCA World Standings and the three-time World Champion is hunting a fourth.

Team ropers Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves bring in one of the fastest times with a 3.5 second run from San Angelo Rodeo. They won the first round of the rodeo and this is the kind of performance we can expect from this team all summer long.

The fastest run of the tie-down roping is brought to you by one of the best. Tuf Cooper stops the clock at 6.6 at the Texas Circuit Finals during Performance Two. He won the average there and he now sits No. 4 in the PRCA World Standings.