Ty Harris Is Hungry For A World Title After A Solid Regular Season


Ty Harris is heading to his third straight Wrangler National Finals Rodeo ranked No. 7 in the World Standings. With $110,356 to his name, Harris is $92,777 behind No. 1 Calf Roper, Shane Hanchey.

Harris’ 2021 regular season started with the Cinch Roping Fiesta when he was a 9.6 in Round 3 to win $1,955. After the NFR, Harris was an 8.2 at Georgia National Rodeo cashing in $1,330 but followed it up at the High Desert Stampede with an 8.6 and $3,079.


One weekend in June, Harris tied an 8.9, an 8.4 and an 8.3 at three separate rodeos through out Oklahoma, Colorado and Utah to add $5,975 to his winnings. At Reno Rodeo in Round 1, Harris got it done in 8.9 seconds and 9.7 in the finals to cash in $3,888.

Over the Fourth of July run, a 9.0 won Harris $1,353 at the World’s Oldest Rodeo while an 8.7 at St. Paul Rodeo pulled a check as well. At the Livingston Roundup Rodeo Harris was a 7.6 to be sixth but win $4,124. He came in second at Pikes Peak Or Bust with a 9.1 and was second again in Gunnison, Colorado with a 7.8 second run.


A big pay day came for Harris at the Daddy of ‘Em All in Cheyenne, Wyoming. With am 11.0 in Round 2, a 10.1 in Round 3 and a 11.3 in the Final Round he took home $10,948 and climbed up in the World Standings.

A 7.4 second run in Hermiston, Oregon got Harris a win and check. Over a two week period in August he was on a roll. It started in Herber City, Utah and ended in Sikeston, Missouri and over $10,000 was added to Harris’ season earnings. He followed it up with an 8.5 at Gooding Pro Rodeo and a 7.8 to win Moses Lake Round-Up Rodeo adding an extra $8,688 to keep him moving up.


At the legendary Pendleton Round-Up, Harris was an 8.6 in Round 2 to win $4,301 and a 9.9 in the Final Round to win $707. He finished his regular season with an 11.3 in Round 1 at the Pro Rodeo Tour Finale at California Rodeo Salinas to cash in his final check.

This will be Harris’ second time roping inside the Thomas and Mack but the Tie-Down Roping is loaded with star-studded names this year. Harris finished No. 7 in the World last year and is hungry for his first World Title.