Fisher wins third performance in ’47 Days

City: Anne Bleecker

Salt Lake City – In front of a crowded house on a Friday night, the best of it was saved to ride a bull. With no further qualifying rounds heading to the last bull rider, Cole Fisher Rise to the occasion and smash 87 points on the T Rodeo Bar exit strategy. Fisher will return from Jefferson City, Missouri, on Monday hoping for another 8-second ride and a score that will earn him his first gold.

RC Landingham Hat Creek collaborated with Sankei Rodeo atomic blond For 85 points to win a horse without a saddle. Landingham had already secured his spot on the Gold Medal Tour after taking first place on the recent WCRA leaderboard, but the performance win gives him an extra $1,600 to add to his bank account. Landingham is also eligible for the WCRA Triple Crown after winning the Cowboys in Corpus Christi, Texas, in May. His victory in Salt Lake City would bring him one step closer to a million dollar opportunity.

2021 Utah Days Gold Medal ’47 Clayton Bigelow Finish second in performance with an 83-point ride aboard the Championship Pro Rodeo cat nap. Since Landingham has already secured a spot in the final round, Biglow of Clements, California, will also go ahead with a chance to defend his gold medal.

The Gold Standard Rodeo features a total of 288 competitors, who will receive a share of $562,500 in prize money and a gold, silver or bronze medal to be awarded on Monday, July 25. There will be 32 competitors in each of the following events: bareback riding, steering wrestling, team ropes, saddle riding, tethering, women’s separate tug of war, barrel racing, and bull riding.

The champions showed how it was done in the team as they easily landed at the top of the leaderboard. After the photo arrived from Salinas, Caleb Drigers And the Junior Nogueira She kept the adrenaline going stopping the clock in 6.96 seconds. They were the last team out on Friday night and out Korean Kid And the Lynn Mitchell off the lead with 9.49 seconds. The Driggers and Nogueira will be looking for gold on Monday.

The Driggers had a busy night too Bo Herbert. They finished in a time of 10.16 seconds to tie for third place in the round.

The entire field of 32 contestants is divided into four groups of eight each and competes in one of the first four shows (July 20-23). The highest one (1) score/fastest time from each discipline in each performance will advance to the Gold Medal Round along with the three (3) highest score/fastest times overall, from all combined semifinalists who have not yet progressed. In addition, the #1 ranked player in each discipline (for the team is the highest rank after pairing) from the final-checked WCRA Days Ranking from the ’47 Rodeo Leaderboard, will automatically qualify for the Gold Medal Round making a total of eight (8) contestants in each Specialize to compete in the Gold Medal Tour. Scores/times will not carry over from the semi-finalists to the Gold Medal Round (only to sever ties). The eight competitors in each event will compete in the Gold Medal Round in the form of sudden death where the winner will receive a gold medal and $25,000 in cash.

Mason Coach She took the lead in steering wrestling during the third performance with a time of 4.76 seconds. The Couch of Cassville, Missouri, will now move in with a gold medal chance for him on Monday night.

Bronze rider saddle Logan Cook He came out on top with his run of 81.5 points on the Championship Pro Rodeo secret agent. Alto cook ascended, Texas Jake Clark To win Friday night in Salt Lake City. Clark of Crane, Oregon, has partnered with Utah-based Bar T Rodeo Contracting Company painted rose for 81 points. Cody Reinhart From Hinkle, MS finished fourth that night, but after taking first place on the WCRA Days of ’47 Leaderboard, he had already earned his ticket to the Gold Medal Tour. He posted 78.5 aboard the Sankey Rodeo marquee, But he will look to improve on that on Monday.

Presented by Zions Bank, the Utah Days of ’47 Rodeo takes place on the more modern $17.5 million Days of the ’47 Arena at Utah State Fairpark, designed and built specifically for the Rodeo. The Venue – an outdoor plaza located in the heart of Salt Lake City – features more than 10,000 stadium-style seats.

The Utah Days of the ’47 Rodeo Rodeo is unique and the Friday night crowd was treated to another unique show of talent in the tie rober. The vast majority of tethered ropes are right-handed but not Jackson Clegg because he is left-handed. The 20-year-old from Quetta is, well, looking forward to being Utah’s first for the 47th gold medalist and is a left-handed player. He stopped the clock in 8.81 seconds to win the third performance. We’ll see what he can do on Monday night.

Brady Good Save the best to the finish in a breakaway tug of war on Night 3 in Salt Lake City. Good stopped the clock in a fast time of 3.11 seconds, surpassing Ari Anna Flynn, who was the first robber out at night. Flynn finished second in 3.51 seconds.

Flynn of Charleston, Arkansas, competed in back-to-back events tonight, finishing fourth in the barrel race with a time of 17.599 seconds. Halen Led of China Springs, Texas, won the Tour in a time of 17.199. Lady, who won the WCRA Rodeo title in Corpus Christi, Texas, last May, is looking for another WCRA win and a gold medal on Monday.

For only the seventh time in rodeo history, riders will have the opportunity to compete for gold, silver or bronze medals. The first two times were in conjunction with the Winter Olympics in Calgary (1988) and Salt Lake City (2002), when rodeo was part of the Cultural Olympiad and the other four times were the days of the ’47 Rodeo Games and the 2017-2021 Rodeo Games. 2022 marks a name change The official event to Utah Days for the ’47 Rodeo. This will be the third time this event has been added to the list in 2019. The medals to be awarded at the Utah Days ’47 Rodeo will be produced by OC Tanner, the same company that made the Olympic medals for the 2002 Winter Olympics champions.

Tickets are still available for Monday only at www.axs.com. For more information about visiting the event www.utahdaysof47rodeo.com.

For those unable to attend in person, Utah events from the ’47 Rodeo are broadcast live on PBR RidePass on PlutoTV at night at 7:30 p.m. MT. CBS will broadcast the Utah Days Gold Medal Tour of the 47th Rodeo on July 31 at 11 a.m. GMT.

Work continues on Utah Year ’47 Rodeo July 23 at 7:30 p.m. MT.

Results: – Performance 3 – 22 July 2022

Bareback riding: 1. RC Landingham, Hat Creek, CA, 85 pts on the Sankey Rodeo Atomic Blonde, $1,600; 2. Clayton Bigelow, Clements, Calif., $83 Rodeo Cat Knapp, $1,200; 3. Anthony Thomas, Houston, Texas, 82 on C5 Rodeo’s Tombstone; 4. (tie) Ty Blessing, Eudora, KS, on Witchy Woman starring Rodeo, and Evan Bitoni, Tonalia, Arizona, on Sanky Rodeo pickup sticks, 78.5 points, $200 each.

Current Gold Medal Preliminaries: Dean Arthur Thompson, George Gillespie, Clayton Bigelow, RC Landingham

stere wrestling: 1. Mason Couch, Cassville, MO, 4.76 seconds, $1,600; 2. Tori Johnson, Oklahoma City, OK, 5.58, $1,200; 3. Augustus Franzen, Kearney, NE, 8.09, $800; 4. Baxtor Roche, Tremonton, Utah, 10.27, $400.

Current Gold Medal Round Qualifiers: Riley Duvall, Joe Nelson, Mason Koch, Sam Powers

tug of war team: 1. Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, GA/Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil, 6.96 seconds, $1,600; 2. Cory Kidd, Statesville, NC/Lynn Mitchell, Bolivar, TN, 9.49, $1,200; 3. (Tie) Beau Herbert, Frierson, LA/Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, GA, and Payden Emmett, Stephenville, TX/Lucas Falconer, Mormangee, TX, 10.16, $600 each.

Current Gold Medal Preliminaries: Clay Traian/Jade Corkill, Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins, Caleb Dregers/Junior Nogueira

Bronze saddle riding: 1. Logan Cook, Alto, TX, 81.5 points on Championship Pro Rodeo Secret Agent, $1,600; 2. Jake Clark, Crane, OR, 81 on Bar T Rodeo’s Painted Rose, $1,200; 3. Colt Gordon, Comanche, OK, 79 in Championship Pro Rodeo Final Feather, $800; 4. Kody Rinehart, Hinkle, MS, 78.5 on Sankey Rodeo’s Marquee, $400.

Current Gold Medal Qualifiers: Chase Brooks, Brandon Lansford, Logan Cook, Cody Rinehart

tension hook: 1. Jackson Clegg, Quetta, OK, 8.81 seconds, $1,600; 2. Rush Hodges, Coweta, OK, 9.08, $1,200; 3. Kincade Henry, Mt. Pleasant, TX, 10.01, $800; No other times are eligible

Current Gold Medal Qualifiers: Ice Sloan, Trenton Smith, Jackson Clegg, Riley Webb

breakaway tension: 1. Brady Judd, Abilene, Texas, 3.11 seconds, $1,600; 2. Ari Anna Flynn, Charleston, AR, 3.51 seconds, $1,200; 3. Bailey Bates, Tohatchi, NM 5.42, $800; 4. Tiffany Chic, Floresville, Texas 7.42, $400.

Round Gold Medal Current Qualifiers: Jackie Crawford, Haley Williams, Brady Judd, Josie Conner

barrel racing1. Hallen Lyde, China Springs, Texas, 17.199 seconds, $1,600; 2. Stephanie Friar, Waco, Texas 17,360, $1,200; 3. Taylor Johnson, Wichita Falls, TX, 17,540, $800; 4. Ari Anna Flynn, Charleston, Arkansas, 17.599, $400.

Gold Medal Tour Current qualifiers: Tiffany Saunier, Stevie Hellman, Halen Lyde, Jana Guthrie.

riding a bull: 1. Cole Fisher, Jefferson City, Mo., 87 points on the Bar T Rodeo exit strategy, $1,600; There are no other qualifying rounds.

Round Gold Medal Current Qualifiers: Declan Garland, Dalton Rodman, Cole Fisher, Rafael Jose de Brito.

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