Round 6 – Dec. 7, 2021
Country vocalist Glen Templeton is the initial demonstration and Jim McCloughan is singing the public hymn. This evening, is Resistol Rookie Night. Resistol is the presentation support.
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Swim SUNDELL TO MISS REMAINDER OF NFR WITH BACK INJURY
Veteran seat bronc rider Wade Sundell will miss the rest of the 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo subsequent to experiencing a back physical issue.
The injury happened on Monday when Sundell was lost a pony during the Grand Entry for Round 5 while conveying the Iowa state banner.
“I wound up having a crack in my spine,” said Sundell, the 2018 PRCA World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider. “Totally (it’s deplorable), yet it’s simply aspect of it. Being around this game things will happen that way.”
Sundell won Round 4 of the 2021 Wrangler NFR with a 89.5-point ride on Powder River Rodeo’s Bet The Ranch. He was sitting fourteenth in the normal headed into Tuesday. He is relied upon to be sideline for a few months.
“It will be one of those arrangements where we simply sit back and watch,” he said. “The specialists said I will in all probability be out 8-12 weeks.”
Without any protection RIDER KAYCEE FEILD MAKES PRCA HISTORY WITH ROUND 5 WIN
History doesn’t need to stand by any more drawn out for Kaycee Feild.
The five-time and ruling without any protection riding best on the planet is the untouched PRCA record holder in sans 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 Monday at the Thomas and Mack Center.
Feild is on a warmer. He won Round 3 inside and out, split Round 4 and won Round 5. Feild won a PRCA record six rounds at the 2011 NFR.
Feild drives the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $230,127 and he’s first in the normal with 439.5 focuses on five head.
Ruling bull riding title holder Stetson Wright jolted 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 was harmed during his re-ride. Delegate was assessed Tuesday morning and cleared to take his 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.
NEWS and NOTES
In without any protection riding, Jess Pope, right now third positioned on the planet standings and second in the normal, coordinates with Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics’ Irish Eyes. The pony was ridden for a 88.5-point ride by Cole Reiner in Round 1 of the 2021 Wrangler NFR briefly place go-round finish. Three-time PRCA World Champion Tim O’Connell desires to work off his 87.5-point ride Monday night, drawing The Cervi Brothers’ Vitalix Ain’t No Angel. O’Connell hasn’t completed higher than fifth spot in a go-round through the five rounds. R.C. Landingham rode his direction to a split third spot finish in Round 1 on Vitalix Ain’t No Angel, scoring 87 focuses… In the seat bronc riding, normal pioneer Brody Cress has drawn Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics’ Pendleton Whisky’s Marquee. In Round 1 of the Wrangler NFR, Chase Brooks set up a 88.5-direct ride toward tie for the round success. Falling off a runner up finish in Round 5, Stetson Wright will matchup with Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Vitalix Wyatt Earp on Tuesday night. In the opening cycle, double cross PRCA World Champion Zeke Thurston went for 88.5-point ride on the pony. Each of the seven cattle rustlers that have ridden Vitalix Wyatt Earp this season have qualified rides… In the bull riding, world standings pioneer Sage Kimzey will clash with Hurst and TNT Pro Rodeo’s Rip. Ky Hamilton was the primary cattle rustler to cover the bull this season in Round 1. He had a 87.5-guide ride toward tie J.B. Mauney for the success. Dustin Boquet has the very bull that drove Mauney to the compensation window on premiere night. He’ll matchup with Painted Pony Championship Rodeo’s Cocktail Diarrhea. The bull has ejected the greater part of the cattle rustlers who have taken a shot at him this season.
Record times and scores for the sixth round of the Wrangler NFR:
Bareback riding: 90.5 points, Cimmaron Gerke, 2004; Kaycee Field, 2008
Steer wrestling: 3.0 seconds, Bryan Fields, 1986
Team roping: 3.5 seconds, Trevor Brazile/Patrick Smith, 2011;
Colby Lovell/Russell Cardoza, 2012
Saddle bronc riding: 89.5 points, Ryder Wright, 2020
Tie-down roping: 6.8 seconds, Haven Meged, 2016
Barrel racing: 13.37 seconds, Taylor Jacob, 2011
Bull riding: 94 points, Jerome Davis, 1996
Courtesy of PRCA