Bareback Rider Jess Pope Captures Second Straight Round Win 2021 Updates

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Jess Pope has tracked down a preference for rodeo’s greatest stage.

The Waverly, Kan., cattle rustler continues to win as he asserted his second round triumph in succession with his 89.5-point ride on Big Stone Rodeo Inc’s. Fired Up at the 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo introduced by Teton Ridge.

Pope was excited with his ride before 16,860 fans at the Thomas and Mack Center.

“This feels amazing,” Pope said. “The NFR is beginning the manner in which I need it to. I had just seen that pony (Fired Up) once. I saw Caleb Bennett get on that pony in Walla (Wash.) and I thought kid that pony bucks. I was glad to get on him.”

For 16 seconds of work in Round 1 and Round 2, Pope has acquired $53,994. That money snatch has moved Pope up to second in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $174,018.
“That is magnificent. This is the means by which I put food on the table. This is the thing that I live for here. I will go get a few cows when I return home.

“This is simply a question of taking care of my business. I know whether I appear here and take care of my business consistently and proceed to attempt to win and amazing all that I do, then, at that point, the cards are going to lay where they lay. God has an arrangement and I’m simply living it.”

Tavenner continues moving in steer grappling with another success

A day subsequent to parting the Round 1 success with Riley Duvall, Dirk Tavenner didn’t share the spotlight in Round 2.

The Rigby, Idaho cattle rustler timed a 3.4-second race to catch the triumph.

“I surmise we as a whole envision things like that when we are kids, yet it’s certain way disparate, in actuality,” Tavenner said about his second round success in succession. “I was anticipating that he should run, I realized I got a decent beginning, then, at that point, I stressed somewhat that I may have broken the boundary, however I caught him.”

Tavenner has procured $51,164 in the initial two days at the 2021 NFR and is second on the planet standings with $130,212.

“My arrangement before I arrived was simply to run at the hindrance and see what occurs,” Tavenner said. “There is still a great deal of rodeo left, so I’ll simply see what happens every evening.”

Parker Breding takes bull riding spotlight with 90-point ride

Bull rider Parker Breding was back on rodeo’s huge stage interestingly beginning around 2018 and he didn’t squander the chance to have an effect.

The Edgar, Mont., cowpoke had a 90-guide stumble on Outlawbuckers Rodeo’s Lose Your Bones toward take the Round 2 success.

“This feels astonishing,” Breding said. “I realized I could do it. I’ve been here numerous years and I’ve just won one go-round before this one, so I was truly needing to utilize this chance this evening. I realized it was conceivable. I needed to remain forward on that bull, I realized that. I’d been on him previously and he advanced beyond me so that is all I was truly contemplating.”

Breding coordinated with Lose Your Bones this late spring and neglected to make the whistle.

“This evening, I left there with him,” he said. “He left me behind that first time I had him, so I truly focused on remaining forward, moving with him, and allowing him to do his thing. That got me around the bend perfectly.”

This is Breding’s fourth excursion to the NFR with his others coming in 2013, 2015 and 2018.

J.B. Mauney, who split the Round 1 success Thursday, had a difficult time on Friday in the wake of being expelled Rafter G Rodeo’s Johnny Thunder.

The veteran star supported facial cuts that necessary lines. He was treated by the Justin Sportsmedicine group nearby at the Thomas and Mack Center. His status not set in stone awaiting additional assessment Saturday morning.

“They generally let me know each day right through school to think carefully and I utilized it,” said Mauney, 34.

Derrick Begay/Brady Minor trapped Round 2 title

At the point when their normal accomplices didn’t meet all requirements for the 2021 Wrangler NFR, Derrick Begay and Brady Minor collaborated.

It didn’t take long for the veteran ropers to find their mood together.

Begay/Minor halted the clock in 3.9 seconds to win Round 2.

The run by Begay/Minor was one 10th of a second off the NFR Round 2 record shared by Turtle Powell/Dakota Kirchenschlager (2014) and Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves (2020).

“You do all the thinking before you gesture your head,” Begay said. “It happens so quick, and you attempt and ride your pony well and give your accomplice the most obvious opportunity you can.”

Minor wasn’t overthinking himself when he showed up at Thomas and Mack Center.

“It was a decent cow and when you make a run like that, it simply needs to occur,” Minor said. “Everyone has a blueprint to be quick consistently and our course of action was to attempt to leave them straight and spot when we can place and attempt to get each of the 10. I chose to toss quicker than possibly I ought to have and fortunately, I was sufficiently lucky to get him.

“We were simply holding out for divine intervention. We are more established now and been here a couple of times and know the everyday practice. We didn’t have the best chances. Every other person has been rehearsing each day together and roped the entire year together and the situation was anything but favorable for us, and we are glad up until this point.”

Brody Cress takes top distinctions in saddle bronc riding with 87.5-point trip

Saddle bronc rider Brody Cress has had his portion of achievement at the Wrangler NFR in his vocation, winning the normal in 2017 and 2019.

The Hillsdale, Wyo., cowpoke snatched the Round 2 crown with a 87.5-point ride on C5 Rodeo’s Kitty Whistle.

“The pony was magnificent. That one (Kitty Whistle) is one of C5’s (Rodeo). I got to see her a great deal however never found the opportunity to get on her. She generally offers folks an extraordinary chance to be towards the highest point of the leaderboard, so I knew whether I leaped out and took care of my business, she’d help me out.”

Cress has begun the Wrangler NFR with consecutive 87.5-point rides, which makes them grin.

“It’s been great up to this point. I’m simply zeroing in on taking it each pony in turn and being as solid and right as possible on each and every pony. I view at it as ten one-day rodeos, not one major rodeo that is ten rounds.”

Cress is third on the planet standings with $195,333, which has him zeroed in on his first vocation gold clasp.

“You realize that is most certainly the arrangement,” he said. “I’m simply going to take care of my business and continue to take it each pony in turn and setting myself up to be as effective as possible.”

Ruling best on the planet secure Shad Mayfield brings home Round 2 win

Secure roper Shad Mayfield has had his battles in his profession in his initial two appearances in 2019 and 2020.

The Clovis, N.M., cowpoke halted the clock in 7.2 seconds to take the Round 2 title.

“I realized she ran, we roped them recently and she darn sure ran harder than some other calf,” Mayfield said. “She started off recently, so I realized she was solid, so utilized her admirably well.”

Mayfield, who is the dominant title holder, climbed to second on the planet standings with $168,913 after his first vocation NFR round win in quite a while third appearance.

“This is first time I get to go toward the South Point and get a go-round clasp,” Mayfield said. “It was bound to happen, I have without exception needed a go-round success, so I surmise my third NFR was at last time.”

Mayfield rushed to credit his pony for his prosperity.

“This pony is Rampage, he won third for pony of the year this year and everybody has won on him,” Mayfield said. “I’ve had him for two years at this point and rode him finally year’s NFR, we recently began clicking this late spring and he has worked everything out such that fun and simple for myself and I am energized for the following eight rounds on him.”

Dona Kay Rule wins barrel hustling’s Round 2

Dona Kay Rule is a veteran of the NFR, and she had her ability on full presentation Friday night.

The Minco, Okla., cowgirl made a 13.56-second hurry to guarantee the Round 2 triumph. A night after she hit two barrels.

“Genuinely for me assuming I commit an error, it is only a misstep and I let it proceed to continue to the following one,” Rule said. “I put the brakes on a tick early final evening and he just took it. It was that he worked and not that it was a serious mix-up. This evening, I just let him be and went right into my spot.”

After her triumphant run Friday, Rule is trusting she ride this energy.

“These ponies are staggering and I’m trusting Valor stays sound and not sore. Boldness appears to like the ground so that is great. He hit his spots and it felt agreeable and smooth this evening. He cherishes it when the group goes wild, and they did that this evening.”

2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Results
Round 2, Dec. 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nev.

Bareback Riding: 
Second round: 1. Jess Pope, 89.5 points on Big Stone Rodeo Inc.’s Fired Up, $26,997; 2. Garrett Shadbolt, 88, $21,336; 3. Cole Reiner, 86, $16,111; 4. (tie) Clayton Biglow and Kaycee Feild, 85, $9,144 each; 6. (tie) Tanner Aus and Taylor Broussard, 84.5, $2,177; 8. Orin Larsen, 84; 9. Tim O’Connell, 83; 10. Cole Franks, 82.5; 11. Richmond Champion, 81.5; 12. Tilden Hooper, 80.5; 13. R.C. Landingham, 77; 14. Zach Hibler, 74; 15. Caleb Bennett, 69. Average leaders: 1. Jess Pope, 180 points on two head; 2. Cole Reiner, 174.5; 3. Kaycee Feild, 171; 4. Cole Franks, 169.5; 5. Tanner Aus, 167.5; 6. (tie) Tilden Hooper and Tim O’Connell, 166 each; 8. Taylor Broussard, 165.5; 9. Orin Larsen, 165; 10. (tie) Clayton Biglow and Richmond Champion, 164.5; 12. R.C. Landingham, 164; 13. Garrett Shadbolt, 157.5; 14. Zach Hibler, 151.5; 15. Caleb Bennett, 148.5. World standings: 1. Tilden Hooper, $176,306; 2. Jess Pope, $174,018; 3. Tim O’Connell, $166,056; 4. Clayton Biglow, $161,148; 5. Kaycee Field, $151,967; 6. Caleb Bennett, $150,213; 7. Cole Reiner, $145,663; 8. Garrett Shadbolt, $127,349; 9. Richmond Champion, $108,945; 10. Orin Larsen, $107,844; 11. Cole Franks, $101,110; 12. Tanner Aus, $97,852; 13. R.C. Landingham, $95,845; 14. Taylor Broussard, $82,381; 15. Zach Hibler, $75,381.

Steer Wrestling: 1. Dirk Tavenner, 3.4 seconds, $26,997; 2. Jacob Talley, 3.5, $21,336 ; 3. Riley Duvall, 3.6, $16,111; 4. (tie) Jesse Brown and Dakota Eldridge, 3.7, $9,144 each; 6. (tie) Scott Guenthner and Curtis Cassidy, 3.8, $2,177 each; 8. Will Lummus, 4.0; 9. Tristan Martin, 4.3; 10. Cody Devers, 4.5; 11. Stetson Jorgensen, 4.9; 12. Rowdy Parrott, 5.5; 13. Tyler Pearson, 7.3; 14. Tyler Waguespack, 13.1; 15. Stockton Graves, NT. Average leaders: 1. Dirk Tavenner, 7.1 seconds on two head; 2. Riley Duvall, 7.3; 3. Tristan Martin, 8.1; 4. Jesse Brown, 8.2; 5. Jacob Talley, 8.6; 6. Scott Guenthner, 8.8; 7. (tie) Will Lummus and Curtis Cassidy, 9.4 each; 9. Stetson Jorgensen, 9.8; 10. Rowdy Parrott, 10.2; 11. Tyler Pearson, 11.7; 12. Cody Devers, 12.3; 13. Dakota Eldridge, 14.7; 14. Tyler Waguespack, 17.6; 15. Stockton Graves, 5.7 on one head. World standings: 1. Jacob Talley, $148,593; 2. Dirk Tavenner, $130,212; 3. Jesse Brown, $117,163; 4. Riley Duvall, $116,998; 5. Tyler Pearson, $102,930; 6. Dakota Eldridge, $100,928; 7. Tyler Waguespack, $92,103; 8. Tristan Martin, $91,183; 9. Will Lummus, $89,017; 10. Scott Guenthner, $87,131; 11. Stetson Jorgensen, $81,668; 12. Stockton Graves, $71,223; $81,223; 13. Cody Devers, $77,715; 14. Rowdy Parrott, $77,254; 15. Curtis Cassidy, $76,725.

Team Roping: 1. Derrick Begay/Brady Minor, 3.9 seconds, $26,997 each; 2. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 4.2, $21,336; 3. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 4.3, $16,111; 4. (tie) Clay Tryan/Jake Long and Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 4.4, $9,144 each; 6. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.6, $4,354; 7. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 5.1; 8. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 5.5; 9. Clint Summers/Ross Ashford, 5.8; 10. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 9.2; 11. Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler, 17.3; 12. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves, Tyler Wade/Trey Yates, Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich and Quinn Kesler/Joseph Harrison, NT. Average leaders: 1. Derrick Begay/Brady Minor, 8.8 seconds on two head; 2. (tie) Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, and Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 9.2 each; 4. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins II, 10.0; 5. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 13.6; 6. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 15.0; 7. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 15.5; 8. Rhen Richard/Jeremy Buhler, 26.8; 9. Tyler Wade/Trey Yates, 4.0 on one head; 10. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 4.2; 11. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.4; 12. Quinn Kesler/Joseph Harrison, 4.8; 13. Clint Summers/Ross Ashford, 5.8; 14. Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, 9.9; 15. Dustin Egusquiza/Travis Graves, NT. World standings (headers): 1. Dustin Egusquiza, $157,516; 2. Erich Rogers, $153,353; 3. Kaleb Driggers, $149,796; 4. Clay Smith, $142,342; 5. Tyler Wade, $126,035; 6. Derrick Begay, $113,551; 7. Clay Tryan, $113,394; 8. Coleman Proctor, $94,091; 9. Cody Snow, $89,677; 10. Andrew Ward, $87,986; 11. Clint Summers, $84,483; 12. Quinn Kesler, $83,725; 13. Brenten Hall, $83,506; 14. Rhen Richard, $81,545; 15. Coy Rahlmann, $73,926. World standings (heeler): 1. Junior Nogueira, $164,181; 2. Paden Bray, $148,273; 3. Jade Corkill, $142,342; 4. Travis Graves, $136,869; 5. Trey Yates, $121,179; 6. Jake Long, $114,370; 7. Wesley Thorp, $112,037; 8. Brady Minor, $104,536; 9. Logan Medlin, $100,671; 10. Buddy Hawkins II, $87,986; 11. Chase Tryan, $84,776; 12. Joseph Harrison, $83,010; 13. Ross Ashford, $81,822; 14. Jeremy Buhler, $80,512; 15. Douglas Rich, $73,849.

Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Brody Cress, 87.5 points on C5 Rodeo’s Kitty Whistle, $26,997; 2. (tie) Chase Brooks and Spencer Wright, 85.5, $18,724 each; 4. (tie) Ryder Wright and Zeke Thurston, 84.5, $9,144 each; 6. Kolby Wanchuk, 83, $4,354; 7. Dawson Hay, 80; 8. Layton Green, 75.5; 9. Cody DeMoss, 74.5; 10. (tie) Stetson Dell Wright, Wyatt Casper, Sage Newman, Ben Andersen, Tegan Smith and Wade Sundell, NT. Average leaders: 1. Brody Cress, 175 points on two head; 2. Chase Brooks, 174; 3. Zeke Thurston, 173; 4. Ryder Wright, 171.5; 5. Spencer Wright, 170; 6. Kolby Wanchuk, 167; 7. Dawson Hay, 162.5; 8. Cody DeMoss, 156.5; 9. Layton Green, 156; 10. Tegan Smith, 84.5 on one head; 11. Stetson Dell Wright, 84; 12. Sage Newman, 83.5; 13. (tie) Wyatt Casper, Ben Andersen and Wade Sundell, NS. World standings: 1. Ryder Wright, $212,359; 2. Stetson Dell Wright, $203,096; 3. Brody Cress, $195,333; 4. Chase Brooks, $150,278; 5. Zeke Thurston, $143,113; 6. Dawson Hay, $130,349; 7. Layton Green, $112,246; 8. Spencer Wright, $108,446; 9. Kolby Wanchuk, $101,213; 10. Tegan Smith, $98,475; 11. Wyatt Casper, $94,948; 12. Sage Newman, $92,718; 13. Ben Andersen, $92,234; 14. Wade Sundell, $89,160; 15. Cody DeMoss, $84,799.

Tie-Down Roping: 1. Shad Mayfield, 7.2 seconds, $26,997; 2. Cory Solomon, 7.8, $21,336; 3. Haven Meged, 8.2, $16,111; 4. Tuf Case Cooper, 8.4, $11,321; 5. Justin Smith, 8.6, $6,967; 6. Hunter Herrin, 8.8, $4,354; 7. (tie) Shane Hanchey and Taylor Santos, 8.9 each; 9. Westyn Hughes, 9.0; 10. Caleb Smidt, 9.4; 11. Ty Harris, 9.7; 12. Marty Yates, 12.1; 13. Ryan Jarrett, 18.1; 14. Marcos Costa, 22.1; 15. John Douch, NT. Average leaders: 1. Shane Hanchey, 16.3 seconds on two head; 2. Shad Mayfield, 16.5; 3. Cory Solomon, 16.9; 4. Ty Harris, 17.4; 5. Taylor Santos, 17.5; 6. Haven Meged, 17.7; 7. Caleb Smidt, 18.0; 8. Justin Smith, 18.4; 9. Westyn Hughes, 19.0; 10. Hunter Herrin, 21.9; 11. Marty Yates, 22.1; 12. Tuf Case Cooper, 25.8; 13. Ryan Jarrett, 26.4; 14. Marcos Costa, 33.3; 15. John Douch, 10.7 on one head. World standings: 1. Shane Hanchey, $212,076; 2. Shad Mayfield, $168,913; 3. Caleb Smidt, $146,023; 4. Westyn Hughes, $143,337; 5. Tuf Case Cooper, $141,795; 6. Ty Harris, $141,692; 7. Cory Solomon, $134,842; 8. Haven Meged, $125,037; 9. Marcos Costa, $123,742; 10. Justin Smith, $122,951; 11. Ryan Jarrett, $118,044; 12. Marty Yates, $110,751; 13. Taylor Santos, $108,182; 14. Hunter Herrin, $104,133; 15. John Douch, $98,874.

Barrel Racing: 1. Dona Kay Rule, 13.56 seconds, $26,997; 2. Lisa Lockhart, 13.70, $21,336; 3. Shelley Morgan, 13.73, $16,111; 4. Stevi Hillman, 13.74, $11,321; 5. Wenda Johnson, 13.77, $6,967; 6. Jordon Briggs, 13.81, $4,354; 7. Cheyenne Wimberley, 13.85; 8. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 13.86; 9. Hailey Kinsel, 13.88; 10. Molly Otto, 13.89; 11. Jessica Routier, 13.90; 12. Emily Miller-Beisel, 13.96; 13. Amanda Welsh, 13.98; 14. Nellie Miller, 14.03; 15. Ivy Saebens, 24.29. Average leaders: 1. Cheyenne Wimberley, 27.62 seconds on two runs; 2. Hailey Kinsel, 27.66; 3. Stevi Hillman, 27.69; 4. Jordon Briggs, 27.70; 5. Amanda Welsh, 27.75; 6. Emily Miller-Beisel, 27.77; 7. Shelley Morgan, 27.78; 8. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 27.82; 9. Lisa Lockhart, 27.83; 10. Molly Otto, 28.10; 11. Jessica Routier, 28.38; 12. Nellie Miller, 33.04; 13. Dona Kay Rule, 37.28; 14. Wenda Johnson, 37.64; 15. Ivy Saebens, 38.26. World Standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $139,640; 2. Jordon Briggs, $123,940; 3. Dona Kay Rule, $121,987; 4. Shelley Morgan, $120,340; 5. Cheyenne Wimberley, $111,299; 6. Amanda Welsh, $111,086; 7. Stevi Hillman, $96,854; 8. Lisa Lockhart, $96,380; 9. Emily Miller-Beisel, 94,794; 10. Jessica Routier, $88,847; 11. Nellie Miller, $85,519; 12. Wenda Johnson, $84,352; 13. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $83,786; 14. Ivy Saebens, $80,806; 15. Molly Otto, $74,173.

Bull Riding: 1. Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont., 90.0 points on Outlawbuckers Rodeo’s Lose Your Bones, $29,827; 2. Sage Kimzey, 87.5, $24,167; 3. Shane Proctor, 86.5, $18,941; 4. Stetson Dell Wright, 80.5, $14,152; 5. (tie) Josh Frost, Creek Young, J.B. Mauney, Trey Benton III, Dustin Donovan Boquet, Clayton Sellars, Ky Hamilton, Boudreaux Campbell, Ruger Piva, Roscoe Jarboe and Braden Richardson, NS. Average leaders: 1. Sage Kimzey, 174.5 points on two head; 2. Parker Breding, 171.5; 3. Shane Proctor, 169; 4. (tie) J.B. Mauney and Ky Hamilton, 87.5 points on one head; 6. (tie) Trey Benton III and Ruger Piva, 86.5; 8. Boudreaux Campbell, 86; 9. Clayton Sellars, 83; 10. (tie) Stetson Dell Wright and Roscoe Jarboe, 80.5; 12. (tie) Josh Frost, Creek Young, Dustin Donovan Boquet, and Braden Richardson, NS. World standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $315,016; 2. Stetson Dell Wright, $228,252; 3. Clayton Sellars, $157,021; 4. Creek Young, $153,512; 5. J.B. Mauney $146,466; 6. Parker Breding, $142,541; 7. Josh Frost, $140,192; 8. Ky Hamilton, $135,914; 9. Shane Proctor, $126,869; 10. Dustin Donovan Bouquet, $122,011; 11. Trey Benton III, $117,936; 12. Ruger Piva, $117,412; 13. Boudreaux Campbell, $111,264; 14. Braden Richardson, $108,540; 15. Roscoe Jarboe, $105,778.

All-Around: 1. Stetson Dell Wright, $351,804; 2. Paden Bray, $176,480; 3. Clay Smith, $158,132; 4. Caleb Smidt, $151,455; 5. Tuf Case Cooper, $142,882; 6. Taylor Santos, $132,787; 7. Rhen Richard, $112,913; 8. Josh Frost, $110,729; 9. Marty Yates, $97,743; 10. Landon McClaugherty, $68,842.

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