Bareback Rider Kaycee Feild Makes PRCA History With Round 5 Win 2021

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History doesn’t need to stand by any more extended for Kaycee Field.

The five-time and ruling sans protection riding best on the planet is the record-breaking PRCA record holder in without any protection riding round succeeds at the National Finals Rodeo with 26 outperforming Bobby Mote.

Feild scratched his spot in history by winning Round 5 with a 91-point ride on Brookman Rodeo’s Famous Dex at the 2021 Wrangler NFR introduced by Teton Ridge Sunday at the Thomas and Mack Center.

“I’m overpowered with that record and beating Bobby Mote,” said Feild, 34. “He was my hardest rival in my initial vocation. This is a major one, and we are not over we have five additional evenings. I simply need to disregard this one and come here (Tuesday) and appreciate everything after the tenth round.”

Feild is on a radiator. He won Round 3 through and through with a 90-point ride on Frontier Rodeo’s Full Baggage and parted Round 4 with a 87.5-point ride on Bar T Rodeo’s Outlaw and afterward won Round 5. Feild won a PRCA record six rounds at the 2011 NFR.

“I feel so great,” Field said. “I arrived this evening, and I was simply feeling extremely sure. The pony I drew I had seen a modest bunch of times. I have a serenity that moves past me when I get in the chute and things are exceptionally clear. I can see my first leap and I see the last leap where now and then here in Vegas the feelings sort of dominate and you kind avoid that first leap and perhaps the subsequent leap. This evening, was clear and the ball is rolling and I’m feeling darn great.”

Feild drives the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $230,127 and he’s first in the normal with 439.5 focuses on five head. Feild is attached with ProRodeo Hall of Famers Joe Alexander and Bruce Ford for the most sans protection riding world titles in PRCA history.

Stetson Wright drives bull riding with 94.5-point ride
Ruling bull riding best on the planet Stetson Wright zapped the Thomas and Mack swarm with a 94.5-direct ride on Powder River Rodeo’s Chiseled toward lead in Round 5.

The Round 5 of bull riding was not finished in light of the fact that Shane Proctor is being assessed Tuesday morning to check whether he can endeavor to make a re-ride during the Round 6 presentation.

On the Justin Sportsmedicine injury report, Proctor is recorded with a right lower leg wound and right shoulder strain.

Etched, claimed by H.D. Page, is the 2020 and 2021 Pendleton Whisky’s Let ‘er Buck Bucking Stock of the Year Bull of the Year.

Wright’s ride is a Round 5 record at the NFR. The record was a 92-point ride by Daylon Swearingen on Big Stone Rodeo Inc’s. War Cry in 2019.
The general record at the NFR in bull riding is a 96-point trip by Cody Hancock on Diamond G Rodeo’s Mister USA in 2001.

“Shoot, I saw the draw the previous evening and I was eager to see him (Chiseled) close to my name,” Wright said. “Riding bulls from my hand was a battle for quite a while. I simply feel like I’m beginning to turn into a decent bull rider all in all, not in one region. There was a ton of energy, and I was attempting to conceal this is on the grounds that I didn’t need it to get to my head.”

Wright hasn’t had the best NFR in saddle bronc riding, however he’s keeping his head up. Wright has won the last two all-around world titles.

“That is to say, shoot, there’s 14 different folks in broncs and bulls that make me keep it that way,” Wright said. “I will attempt to keep it basic. It was a long initial four rounds for me yet it just takes one ride like that to make a huge difference. I feel like I simply required that one ride and I’m so pleased with the work I did today.”

Ryder Wright takes saddle bronc riding with 91-point ride
The last twice Ryder Wright and Championship Pro Rodeo’s Feather Fluffer have gotten together it has finished quite well.
Wright won Round 2 on the pony with a 90-point ride at the 2020 Wrangler NFR at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
On Monday, he had a 91-guide ride toward gather the Round 5 title at the Thomas and Mack Center.
“I just attempted to clear my head a smidgen. Keep it straightforward, that is all it is,” Ryder said. “She was a smidgen buckier today it seemed like to me than last time. She remained somewhat nearer to the kicking chutes and I was unable to request much else.

“I’m simply going to take it each pony in turn and make an effort not to ponder it. Simply go about my business.”

Pearson tickers a 3.6-second rush to win steer wrestling
Steer grappler Tyler Pearson set the rhythm in Round 5 with a 3.6-second run.

“I realized he was somewhat more slow, however I realized he was great on the ground, so I simply expected to proceed to take care of my business,” Pearson said.

Pearson, the 2017 cow wrestling title holder, is 6th on the planet standings and he’s procured $48,318 at the NFR.

“The last a few rounds (3 and 4) have not functioned admirably for me, so I truly trust that this is the one to get me moving once more,” Pearson said.

Pearson rushed to credit his hazer for Kyle Irwin for assuming a key part in his success.

“Totally. I flew Kyle around here and couldn’t do it without him,” Pearson said. “He is extraordinary on the preliminaries side of things and when things aren’t working out positively, I can converse with him, and we can think of an arrangement to return to the triumphant. I simply need him with me when I’m running.”

Marty Yates records 7.3-second run for secure roping win
Going quick is essential for secure roper Marty Yates’ DNA.

He displayed out his abilities again on Monday when he brought home the Round 5 crown with a 7.3-second run.

“I truly loved that calf when we tied them prior,” Yates said. “Tracker Herrin had her in a before round and she needed to kick a bit, so I just put the pressure on her and got the great run. My pony was exactly on schedule, so I just had the opportunity to flank her and make a halfhearted effort and tie her up.”

Yates likewise grins about acquiring a $26,997 in front of the pack check.

“It has been somewhat unusual not getting a check yet, I have had some great runs, simply some little things have ended up keeping me out of the cash,” he said. “I haven’t won anything till this evening, yet I’m as yet in the normal, so I’m still near. I similar to it this way weapon every evening and see what occurs and that will be my arrangement the remainder of the finals.”

Group ropers Proctor/Medlin win Round 5
After two no occasions in Round 1 and Round 4, Coleman Proctor and Logan Medlin ricocheted back pleasantly in Round 5.

The couple took the success with a 3.8 second run.

“Any time you can get a go round succeed at the National Finals against the best 15 on the planet, you’re not kidding,” Proctor said. “We had a decent course of action going in. The other four (adjusts) we have had a few knocks and injuries en route, yet hopefulness is high, and we are anticipating the following five.”

Medlin was excited with regards to the exhibition by he and Proctor.

“The cow just remained out in the center and Coleman worked really hard of getting a decent beginning and he’s been doing that the entire week,” Medlin said. “He got on him in that general area and he truly makes my occupation simple. I sort of hit my two the most recent few evenings yet he’s been remaining with it and continues to allow me opportunities and I was happy I had the option to underwrite.”

Barrel racer Emily Miller-Beisel catches round triumph
Emily Miller-Beisel set fourth in Round 1 and Round 4 and on Monday she won Round 5 with a 13.43 – second run.

“After the second round he was really restless and I just felt like he really wanted the free day,” Miller-Beisel said. “That pony and I have experienced much together and I have figured out how to simply pay attention to him. In this way, I took Sunday off. Dropped my signings in general and went through the entire day with him. We truly managed some stuff. I knew the previous evening he would have been great and this evening he truly terminated. At the point when my pony heats up very it will be a decent evening so I realized it would be extraordinary this evening. This pony has transformed me.”

2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Results 2021
Round 5, Dec. 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nev.

Bareback Riding: Fifth round: 1. Kaycee Feild, 91 points on Brookman Rodeo’s Famous Dex, $26,997; 2. Cole Franks, 90.0, $21,336; 3. Tilden Hooper, 89, $16,111; 4. Cole Reiner, 88.5, $11,321; 5. Tim O’Connell, 87.5, $6,967; 6. (tie) Clayton Biglow, Jess Pope and R.C. Landingham, 86.5, $1,451 each; 9. Richmond Champion, 85.5; 10. Garrett Shadbolt, 85; 11. Tanner Aus, 84.5; 12. Orin Larsen, 83; 13. Zach Hibler, 80; 14. Caleb Bennett, 79; 15. Taylor Broussard, NS. Average leaders: 1. Kaycee Feild, 439.5 points on five head; 2. Jess Pope, 439; 3. Cole Franks, 430.5; 4. Cole Reiner, 428.5; 5. Richmond Champion, 424.5; 6. R.C. Landingham, 424; 7. Tim O’Connell, 421; 8. Orin Larsen, 416.5; 9. Clayton Biglow, 416; 10. Tilden Hooper, 414; 11. Tanner Aus, 412.5; 12. Garrett Shadbolt, 406.5; 13. Zach Hibler, 308; points on four head; 14. Caleb Bennett, 303.5; 15. Taylor Broussard, 247 points on three head. World standings: 1. Kaycee Feild, $230,127; 2. Tilden Hooper, $192,418; 3. Jess Pope, $191,580; 4. Tim O’Connell, $179,990; 5. Cole Reiner, $166,673; 6. Clayton Biglow, $162,599; 7. Caleb Bennett, $150,213; 8. Richmond Champion, $139,970; 9. Garrett Shadbolt, $137,038; 10. Cole Franks, $136,489; 11. R.C. Landingham, $132,784; 12. Orin Larsen, $107,844; 13. Tanner Aus, $97,852; 14. Taylor Broussard, $82,381; 15. Zach Hibler, $75,381.

Steer Wrestling: Fifth round: 1. Tyler Pearson, 3.6 seconds, $26,997; 2. (tie) Jacob Talley and Will Lummus, 3.7, $18,724 each; 4. Stockton Graves, 3.8, $11,321; 5. Tyler Waguespack, 3.9, $6,967; 6. Dakota Eldridge, 4.0, $4,354; 7. Scott Guenthner, 4.4; 8. Tristan Martin, 4.9; 9. Dirk Tavenner, 5.6; 10. Rowdy Parrott, 6.3; 11. Stetson Jorgensen, 13.3; 12. Curtis Cassidy, 14.0; 13. Jesse Brown, 14.2; 14. (tie) Cody Devers and Riley Duvall, NT. Average leaders: 1. Tristan Martin, 20.9 seconds on five head; 2. Will Lummus, 21.5; 3. Scott Guenthner, 22.5; 4. Rowdy Parrott, 25.0; 5. Tyler Waguespack, 29.3; 6. Dakota Eldridge, 29.8; 7. Dirk Tavenner, 30.2; 8. Jesse Brown, 32.2; 9. (tie) Stetson Jorgensen and Curtis Cassidy, 33.1 each; 11. Tyler Pearson, 34.3; 12. Riley Duvall, 16.0 seconds on four head; 13. Jacob Talley, 16.6; 14. Stockton Graves, 27.6; 15. Cody Devers, 17.8 seconds on three head. World standings: 1. Jacob Talley, $172,978; 2. Dirk Tavenner, $143,929; 3. Riley Duvall, $141,165; 4. Will Lummus, $131,907; 5. Tyler Waguespack, $131,510; 6. Tyler Pearson, $129,927; 7. Tristan Martin, $125,146; 8. Jesse Brown, $117,163; 9. Dakota Eldridge, $116,604; 10. Rowdy Parrott, $98,155; 11. Scott Guenthner, $92,791; 12. Stockton Graves, $92,545; 13. Stetson Jorgensen, $81,668; 14. Curtis Cassidy, $78,902; 15. Cody Devers, $77,715.

Team Roping: Fifth round: 1. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 3.8 seconds, $26,997; 2. Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler, 4.0, $21,336; 3. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.1, $16,111; 4. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 4.3, $11,321; 5. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 9.2, $6,967; 6. Quinn Kesler/Joseph Harrison, 9.3, $4,354; 7. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 9.4; 8. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 10.4; 9. Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves, 10.9; 10. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 14.2; 11. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 14.7; 12. (tie) Tyler Wade/Trey Yates, Clint Summers/Ross Ashford, Derrick Begay/Brady Minor, Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, NT. Average leaders: 1. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 28.8 seconds on five head; 2. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 32.7; 3. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 32.9; 4. Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler, 39.7; 5. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 42.4; 6. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 30.8 seconds on four head; 7. Quinn Kesler/Joseph Harrison, 31.1; 8. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 34.8; 9. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 16.2 seconds on three head; 10. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 16.8; 11. Derrick Begay/Brady Minor, 18.2; 12. Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, 23.7; 13. Tyler Wade/Trey Yates, 33.2; 14. Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves, 15.3 seconds on two head; 15. Clint Summers/Ross Ashford, 44.9. World Standings (headers): 1. Kaleb Driggers, $183,760; 2. Dustin Egusquiza, $176,239; 3. Clay Smith, $163,678; 4. Erich Rogers, $160,320; 5. Rhen Richard, $141,199; 6. Clay Tryan, $129,506; 7. Tyler Wade, $126,035; 8. Coleman Proctor, $125,443; 9. Derrick Begay, $113,551; 10. Andrew Ward, $111,064; 11. Quinn Kesler, $106,803; 12. Cody Snow, $100,999; 13. Brenten Hall, $87,860; 14. Coy Rahlmann, $85,247; 15. Clint Summers, $84,483. World standings (heelers): 1. Junior Nogueira, $198,145; 2. Jade Corkill, $163,678; 3. Travis Graves, $155,593; 4. Paden Bray, $155,240; 5. Jeremy Buhler, $140,166; 6. Logan Medlin, $132,023; 7. Jake Long, $130,481; 8. Wesley Thorp, $123,358; 9. Trey Yates, $121,179; 10. Buddy Hawkins II, $111,064; 11. Joseph Harrison, $106,088; 12. Brady Minor, $104,536; 13. Chase Tryan, $89,130; 14. Douglas Rich, $85,171; 15. Ross Ashford, $81,822.

Saddle Bronc Riding: Fifth round: 1. Ryder Wright, 91 points on Championship Pro Rodeo’s Feather Fluffer, $26,997; 2. (tie) Stetson Dell Wright and Zeke Thurston, 90.5, $18,724 each; 4. (tie) Brody Cress and Kolby Wanchuk, 89.5, $9,144; 6. Wyatt Casper, 88.5, $4,354; 7. Cody DeMoss, 88; 8. Spencer Wright, 87.5; 9. Chase Brooks, 85.5; 10. Layton Green, 81.5; 11. Dawson Hay, 80.5; 12. (tie) Sage Newman, Ben Andersen, Tegan Smith and Wade Sundell, NS. Average leaders: 1. Brody Cress, 435.5 points on five head; 2. Zeke Thurston, 434; 3. Chase Brooks, 430.5; 4. Spencer Wright, 428.5; 5. Cody DeMoss, 412.5; 6. Ryder Wright, 345.5 points on four head; 7. Dawson Hay, 327.5; 8. Layton Green, 322.5; 9. Stetson Dell Wright, 264 points on three head; 10. Tegan Smith, 263; 11. Kolby Wanchuk, 256.5; 12. Wyatt Casper, 177.5 points on two head; 13. Sage Newman, 165.5; 14. Wade Sundell, 89.5 points on one head; 15. Ben Andersen, 75. World standings: 1. Stetson Dell Wright, $243,156; 2. Ryder Wright, $239,356; 3. Brody Cress, $215,798; 4. Zeke Thurston, $177,948; 5. Chase Brooks, $166,389; 6. Tegan Smith, $136,793; 7. Dawson Hay, $130,349; 8. Wyatt Casper, $120,638; 9. Spencer Wright, $119,767; 10. Layton Green, $119,213; 11. Wade Sundell, $116,157; 12. Kolby Wanchuk, $110,357; 13. Sage Newman, $92,718; 14. Ben Andersen, $92,234; 15. Cody DeMoss, $89,153.

Tie-Down Roping: Fifth round: 1. Marty Yates, 7.3 seconds, $26,997; 2. (tie) Caleb Smidt and John Douch, 7.9, $18,724; 4. Westyn Hughes, 8.1, $11,321; 5. (tie) Tuf Case Cooper, 8.2 and Cory Solomon, 8.2, $5,661; 7. Marcos Costa, 8.6; 8. Haven Meged, 8.7; 9. Shad Mayfield, 9.0; 10. Taylor Santos, 9.1; 11. Shane Hanchey, 10.2; 12. Ryan Jarrett, 10.8; 13. Ty Harris, 21.4; 14. (tie) Justin Smith and Hunter Herrin, NT. Average leaders: 1. Caleb Smidt, 40.7 seconds on five head; 2. (tie) Shane Hanchey and Cory Solomon, 45.9; 4. Taylor Santos, 46.2; 5. Marty Yates, 47.4; 6. Tuf Case Cooper, 49.4; 7. Westyn Hughes, 50.2; 8. Haven Meged, 53.1; 9. Ty Harris, 56.2; 10. Marcos Costa, 58.3; 11. Ryan Jarrett, 62.0; 12. Shad Mayfield, 33.1 seconds on four head; 13. John Douch, 33.8; 14. Hunter Herrin, 63.7; 15. Justin Smith, 18.4 seconds on two head. World standings: 1. Shane Hanchey, $212,076; 2. Caleb Smidt, $210,468; 3. Shad Mayfield, $195,910; 4. Westyn Hughes, $175,994; 5. Tuf Case Cooper, $173,147; 6. Ty Harris, $146,047; 7. John Douch, $145,030; 8. Cory Solomon, $140,503; 9. Marty Yates, $137,748; 10. Haven Meged, $136,358; 11. Marcos Costa, $135,063; 12. Justin Smith, $122,951; 13. Ryan Jarrett, $118,044; 14. Taylor Santos, $108,182; 15. Hunter Herrin, $104,133.

Barrel Racing: Fifth round: 1. Emily Miller-Beisel, 13.43 seconds, $26,997; 2. Hailey Kinsel, 13.53, $21,336; 3. Jordon Briggs, 13.54, $16,111; 4. Dona Kay Rule, 13.57, $11,321; 5. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.66, $6,967; 6. Wenda Johnson, 13.68, $4,354; 7. Stevi Hillman, 13.70; 8. Cheyenne Wimberley, 13.78; 9. Amanda Welsh, 13.79; 10. Nellie Miller, 13.80; 11. Shelley Morgan, 13.83; 12. (tie) Jessica Routier and Lisa Lockhart, 13.88 each; 14. Ivy Saebens, 18.50; 15. Molly Otto, 19.27. Average leaders: 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 68.82 seconds on five runs; 2. Stevi Hillman, 68.84; 3. Jordon Briggs, 68.98; 4. Amanda Welsh, 69.04; 5. Jessica Routier, 70.05; 6. Hailey Kinsel, 73.52; 7. Emily Miller-Beisel, 73.71; 8. Cheyenne Wimberley, 73.73; 9. Shelley Morgan, 74.28; 10. Nellie Miller, 74.58; 11. Lisa Lockhart, 74.71; 12. Molly Otto, 75.61; 13. Dona Kay Rule, 78.32; 14. Wenda Johnson, 78.55; 15. Ivy Saebens, 84.26. World standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $165,330; 2. Dona Kay Rule, $147,242; 3. Jordon Briggs, $144,405; 4. Emily Miller-Beisel, $133,113; 5. Amanda Welsh, $132,422; 6. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $128,200; 7. Wenda Johnson, $127,024; 8. Stevi Hillman, $123,851; 9. Shelley Morgan, $120,340; 10. Cheyenne Wimberley, $111,299; 11. Ivy Saebens, $96,917; 12. Lisa Lockhart, $96,380; 13. Jessica Routier, $88,847; 14. Nellie Miller, $85,519; 15. Molly Otto, $74,174.

Bull Riding: Fifth round: Pending
All-Around: Pending

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