Steer Wrestling

The year of 2000 came with lessons on the mental and physical game of rodeo that Luke Branquinho never forgot.
Rookie steer wrestler Ty Bauerle’s impressive runs in Guymon, Oklahoma paid off.
The Texas Swing is over and the California Run is underway for the Top 20 steer wrestlers in the World.
The injury comes as the 2019 World Champion was fresh off of a win at the San Angelo Cinch Chute Out
Sitting No. 15 in the World Clayton Hass secures win in Clovis with aggregate time of 23.1 seconds
Parker Sandstrom topped the leaderboard in the Final 4 to win it all.
Stetson Jorgensen climbs to No. 3 in World Standings after dominating the Red Bluff Round-Up, securing the championship title with $7,716.
Cole Walker creeps closer to Top 15 in the World after splitting the San Angelo title.
Ty Erickson sits No. 5 in the World Standings following win in Logandale and Oakdale
Matt Reeves time on two head is the one to beat in San Angelo.
Struxness is firmly in the Top 10 of the PRCA World Standings after finishing No. 5 last year
A 4.1-second run secured Parrott the No. 1 spot in Huntsville, Texas
J.D. Struxness cinches the No. 1 spot in the Average to take home the Rodeo Austin and Timed Event Athlete of the Week Titles
Ty Bauerle tasted success in Austin with a Go-Round win coming his way before qualifying for the Finals
JD Struxness is heating up as the Texas Swing rolls on and he gets a win in Austin.
Dakota Eldridge joins the top steer wrestlers in the World after claiming the RodeoHouston title.