Winning rides and runs from the Heart O’ Texas Rodeo

The Heart O’ Texas Rodeo in Waco wrapped up over the weekend.

The event had a purse of more than $163,000, which counted toward the 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. There were some familiar faces at the top.

Bareback Riding (BAREBACK RIDING WAS ONE OF TWO EVENTS WITH TWO ROUNDS)

First Round: 1. Chad Rutherford, 85, $1,055; 2. Jacob Brown, 84, $799; 3. Zachary Hibler, 83, $575; 4. Logan Patterson, 81.5, $384; T5. Eugene Chambliss, 80, $96; T5. Timothy Dement, 80, $96; T5. Craig Wisehart, 80, $96; T5. Taylor Broussard, 80, $96

Second Round: 1. Jake Brown, 85.5, $1055; 2. Bill Tutor, 84, $799; 3. Zach Hibler, 83, $575; 4. Craig Wisehart, 82, $384; 5. Chad Rutherford, 80.5, $224; T6. George Shadbolt, 79.5, $80; T6. Connor Hamilton, 79.5, $80.

Average: 1. Jake Brown, 169.5 points on two head, $1,055; 2. Zach Hibler, 166.5, $799; 3. Chad Rutherford, 165.5, $575; 4. Bill Tutor, 163, $384; 5. Craig Wisehart, 162, $224; 6. Logan Patterson, 160, $160.

Steer Wrestling

First Round: T1. Tyler Waguespack, 3.7 seconds, $2,386; Jacob Talley, 3.7, $2,386; 3. Rowdy Parrott, 3.9, $1,988; 4. Tanner Brunner, 4.0, $1,723; T5. Cody Devers, 4.1, $1,060; T5. J.D. Struxness, 4.1, $1,060; T5. Rowdy Thames, 4.1, $1,060; Tyke Kipp, 4.1, $1,060; 9. Gavin Soileau, 4.2, $398; T10. Cade Goodman, 4.3, $66; T10. Shayde Etherton, 4.3, $66.

Team Roping

First Round: 1. Tyler Wade/Billie Jack Saebens, 3.7 seconds, $4,644 each; 2. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 3.8, $4,155; 3. Marcus Theriot/Cole Curry, 4.2, $3,666; T4. Kaleb Driggers/Wesley Thorp, 4.3, $2,933; T4. Jake Cooper/Lane Mitchell, 4.3, $2,933; T6. Dallas Owen/Boogie Ray, 4.4, $1,955; Lane Ivy/Dillon Wingereid, 4.4, $1,955 each; T8. Chad Masters/Douglas Rich, 4.5, $733; T8. Levi Simpson/Shay Dixon Carroll, 4.5, $733; T8. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 4.5, $733.

Saddle Bronc Riding

First Round: 1. Cody DeMoss, 87 points on Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Roller Coaster, $3,612; T2. Jacob Kammerer, 83.5, $2,048, Tyrel Larsen, 83.5, $2,408; 4. Ross Griffin, 82.5, $1,325; 5. Brody Cress, 82, $843; 6. Keene Justesen, 81, $602; 7. Wade Sundell, 80.5, $482; T8. Jake Finlay, 79, $72; T8. Mason Laviolette, 79, $72; T8. Jack Bentz, 79, $72; T8. Joe Harper. 79, $72; T8. Carter Elshere, 79, $72.

Tie-down roping

First Round: T1. Shad Mayfield, 7.6 seconds, $4,890; Ike Fontenot, 7.6, $4,890; T3. Randall Carlisle, 7.8, $3,803; Cooper Martin, 7.8, $3,803 each; 5. Trent Creager, 8.0, $2,988; 6. Joe Keating, 8.1, $2,445; T7. Austin Atkinson, 8.2, $1,630; T7. Caleb Smidt, 8.2, $1,630 each; 9. J.D. McCuistion, 8.3, $815; T10. Riley Pruitt, 8.6, $136; T10. Cory Solomon, 8.6, $136.

Barrel Racing (BARREL RACING WAS ONE OF TWO EVENTS WITH TWO ROUNDS)

First Round: T1. Stephanie Fryar, 14.78 seconds, $2,896; Cassidy Kruse Deen, 14.78 seconds, $2,896; 3. Kassie Mowry, 14.87, $2,228; T4. Shelley Morgan, 14.88, $1,708; T4. Jimmie Smith, 14.88, $1,708; 6. Jordon Briggs, 14.89, $1,188; 7. Lori Todd, 14.91, $891; 8. Katelyn Scott, 14.92, $594; 9. Ivy Saebens, 14.93, $446; T10. Jenna Beaver, 14.96, $149; Victoria Williams, 14.96, $149.

Second Round: 1. Victoria Williams, 15.55 seconds, $3,119; 2. Ivy Saebens, 15.58, $2,673; 3. Andrea Busby, 15.60, $2,228; 4. Dona Kay Rule, 15.62, $1,931; 5. Tiany Schuster, 15.65, $1,485; T6. Kenna Squires, 15.74, $1,040; Anna Jorgenson, 15.74, $1,040; 8. Kassie Mowry, 15.77, $594; 9. Jordon Briggs, 15.78, $446; 10. Kassidy Lovell, 15.81, $297.

Average: T1. Ivy Saebens, 30.51 seconds on two head, $2,896; T1. Victoria Williams, 30.51, $2,896; 3. Kassie Mowry, 30.64, $2,228; T4. Dona Kay Rule, 30.67, $1,708; Jordon Briggs, 30.67, $1,708; 6. Tiany Schuster, 30.68, $1,188; 7. Kenna Squires, 30.79, $891; 8. Andrea Busby, 30.83, $594; 9. Jimmie Smith, 30.86, $446; T10. Katelyn Scott, 30.87, $149; Shelley Morgan, 30.87, $149.

Bull Riding

First Round: T1. Tristan Mize, 86. points, $3,049; T1. Maverick Potter, 86.5, $3,049; T1. Dustin Martinez, 86.5, $3,049; 4. Josh Frost, 85.5, $1,437; T5. Braden Richardson, 84, $784; Dustin Boquet, 84, $784; 7. Parker McCown, 83, $523; 8. Toby Collins, 82.5, $392.

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