Saddle Bronc rider Brody Cress sits second in PRCA Standings

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, which had the PRCA competition suspended to curb the spread in March and resumed again in Mid-May with measurements laid down by the government to be followed in response to control the spread of coronavirus by staying at home, sanitize and keep the distance. Now all the ProRodeo athletes are gunning up to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo in December.

Cowboys and Cowgirls have a chance to improve themselves while competing for big money at the Cowboy Christmas. This week follows rodeos scheduled (June 29-July five at the World’s Oldest Rodeo in Prescott, Arizona, and July 1-4 at the Cody Stampede) by the PRCA to take place across the United States. And have themselves move up in the PRCA World Standings.

Last year and in 2017, saddle bronc rider Brody Cress from Hilldale won the NFR average title, at the moment he is second with almost $56000 in the World Standings. Behind the leading Cowboy of Pampa, Texas, Wyatt Casper with more than $124000.

At 16th place in the World Standings is Kaycee rider Cole Reiner with nearly $21000 despite rodeoing at Sheridan College and Caper College and trailing behind Paden Hurst of Huntsville, Texas who is at 15th place by less than $400.

In Las Vegas, 15 Cowboys and Cowgirls will qualify in Barrel racing for the NFR season-ending.

At the moment, the leaders in the World Standings are as follows:

  • Bull rider Sage Kimzey
  • Bareback bronc rider Tim O’Connell
  • Steer wrestler Matt Reeves 
  • Tie-down roper Shad Mayfield
  • Team ropers Luke Brown and Joseph Harrison 
  • Barrel racer Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi.

Be sure not to miss on the action as we continue comprehending what seems to be the new norm by staying home, sanitizing, and keeping a distance.

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