Leather treater Aus has qualified four six Wrangler National Finals Rodeos during his 14-year ProRodeo vocation. The Granite Falls, Minn., sans protection rider is well en route to booking one more outing to Las Vegas in 2022.
Aus was perhaps the greatest mover in the standings this previous week. He hopped from 10th to fifth in the most recent PRCA | RAM World Standings.
A central justification for the leap was two rodeo succeeds toward The End of the Trail Western Festival in Ogallala, Neb., and The Daily Record Xtreme Bares and Broncs in Ellensburg, Wash. He took $7,442 for his 16 seconds of work over the course of the end of the week.
“I’ve recently sort of been going to a couple of occasions an end of the week and drawing great and tracking down ways of benefiting from my chances,” said Aus, 31. “It was a decent winter and it’s been a great spring up to this point.”
In Nebraska, Aus set up his most elevated scored ride of the time with a 90-point stumble on Kirsten Vold Rodeo’s Painted Playgirl. He said the outing to the Cornhusker State could never have gone much better.
“I realized it was a decent pony and I would have a decent opportunity to win some cash,” he said. “It felt perfect. That pony rescued and was truly electric directly down the front of the kicking chutes to one side.
“I was appreciative for that opportunity and afterward one of my voyaging accomplices Ty Breuer was second, he was 88.5 focuses. Along these lines, we went down there and did what needed to be done. It was an extraordinary little occasion.”
Consistency down the stretch will be key for any cattle rustler who has NFR yearnings. For Aus, he knows the promising and less promising times are all important for the game.
“You simply convey it into the following one and trust you continue to cull ponies en route and the best anyone can hope for at this point is to ride the highs and traverse the lows,” he said. “That is how rodeo is. Streaks never last, whether they are high or low. Thus, you need to brave it, play the normal, and be as steady as possible.”
The following, are the other cowpokes who moved inside the Top 15 of the PRCA | RAM World Standings.
Steer roper Chet Herren climbed in the standings from 24th to fourteenth.
Steer grappler Dalton Massey bounced from seventeenth to seventh.
Steer roper Taylor Santos went from 21st to twelfth.
Group roping heeler Wyatt Cox jumped in the standings from nineteenth to fourteenth.
Steer roper Ora Taton climbed from eighth to third.
Sans protection rider Tanner Aus bounced from 10th to fifth.
Steer roper Cash Myers went up in the standings from fourteenth to tenth.
Steer roper John Bland jumped from sixteenth to thirteenth.
Steer grappler Ty Erickson climbed from eleventh to eighth.
Bull rider Cole Fischer hopped in the standings from fourteenth to twelfth.
Without any protection rider Orin Larsen went from fifteenth to thirteenth.
Steer roper Scott Snedecor jumped up from fourth to second.
Steer grappler Dirk Tavenner moved in the standings from thirteenth to eleventh.
Saddle bronc rider Kolby Wanchuk bounced from eleventh to 10th.
Bull rider Grayson Cole went up from sixteenth to fifteenth.
Bull rider Ky Hamilton jumped in the standings from 10th to eighth.
Sans protection rider R.C. Landingham moved from sixteenth to fifteenth.
Secure roper Haven Meged bounced up from seventh to 6th.
Group roping header Riley Minor went up in the standings from sixteenth to fifteenth.
Saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston jumped from fourteenth to thirteenth.
Steer roper Jess Tierney climbed from second to first.
Saddle bronc rider Spencer Wright hopped from sixteenth to fifteenth.
On The Bubble
Saddle bronc rider Kade Bruno went up from 21st to sixteenth and is $541 outside the Top 15.
Group roping heeler Jake Edwards jumped in the standings from 25th to sixteenth and is $274 outside the Top 15.
Group roping header Jeff Flenniken moved from eighteenth to sixteenth and is $793 outside the Top 15.
Secure roper Lane Livingston hopped up from seventeenth to sixteenth and is $449 outside the Top 15.
Bull rider Clayton Savage went up in the standings from nineteenth to sixteenth and is $487 outside the Top 15.
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