Tyler Waguespack Eyes Fourth World Title at 2022 NFR

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Tyler Waguespack

Tyler Waguespack has been a model of consistency throughout his career. Since 2016, he has finished no lower than seventh in the PRCA World Standings.

After winning his Gold Buckle in 2021, this year appears to be no different. In fact, in some ways he was even better, lowering his average score from 5.46 seconds down to 5.24.

Waguespack enters the NFR in the No. 2 spot in the PRCA World Standings and is about $11,000 behind Stetson Jorgensen.


San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, $16,250

It was a great week of rodeo in San Antonio for Waguespack, who took home over $15,000 at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. His best time at the rodeo came in the Finals where he went 3.6 seconds to secure a second-place finish behind JD Struxness and his 3.4-second time.

Snake River Stampede, $12,729

Waguespack turned in runs of 3.9, 4.0 and 3.9 seconds to win the Idaho rodeo by 0.6 seconds over JD Struxness.

Fiesta Days Rodeo, $10,578

Waguespack earned over $10,000 at the Fiesta Days Rodeo thanks to going 7.3 seconds on two head. He opened the rodeo with a fourth place finish in Round 1 after a 3.7-second run. He followed that up with a second place finish thanks to a 3.6-second run in the Second Round. The two runs would earn Waguespack the Average title.


Deadwood Days of ’76 Rodeo, 3.1 Seconds

In one of the fastest times we saw throughout the season, Waguespack threw one down in a blazing 3.1 seconds at the Deadwood Days of ’76 Rodeo. It should come as no surprise that the time was good enough to win the round.

Guymon Pioneer Days, 3.4 Seconds

Waguespack won the First Round in Guymon with a bang and it would tie for the second fastest run of the rodeo. Waguespack finished fourth in the Average at the event.


Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo, 3.5 Seconds

In what would be his final run of the season, Waguespack took the Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo in Stephenville, Texas with a 3.5-second run. The run earned him a check for $2,300 and pulled him closer to the No. 1 spot currently held by Stetson Jorgensen.

San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out, 3.7 Seconds in Finals

Waguespack took the San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out after an opening round of 4.0 seconds and a time of 3.7 seconds in the Finals. His time in the finals was a half second better than Tristan Martin who placed second.