World Champion Riley Webb is the Fastest Tie-Down Roper in San Angelo After Four Performances

Texas’ own Riley Webb leads Round 1 of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo

Riley Webb did what he does best in Round 1 of San Angelo. He stopped the clock at 6.9 seconds to be the fastest run we’ve seen out of the first four performances and it holds the lead. It was not only the fastest of San Angelo so far, but the fastest of the entire Texas Swing.

“That was great. I couldn’t hear anything, that’s the first perf I’ve rode the paint in, so I was trying to get back on and get the six seconds, but I was pumped. The crowd is always loud here and a fan of calf roping so that’s exciting,” Webb said.

Webb, who is currently No. 3 in the PRCA World Standings, was a 10.6 in Round 2 and that has him sitting No. 8 in the Average with six performances to go before the Finals.

Leading the Average is nine-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Marty Yates with a time of 15.5 on two head. His Round 2 time of 7.3 seconds is tied for the Go-Round lead alongside Cash Enderli and Zaine Mikita. As for Enderli and Mikita, they are out of the Average and holding onto the possibility of a Round 2 check.

Cash Hooper proved just how much consistency matters as he sits No. 2 in the Average with a time of 16.3 on two head. His 8.1-second run from Round 1 is currently sixth-place money and he was 8.2 in Round 2.

The Top 12 in the Average will come back to the Final Round on Friday, April 19 to battle it out for a the Championship of the final leg of the 2024 Texas Swing.