Creasy Cracks Top 15

KENNEWICK, Washington — Luke Creasy has cracked the top 15 in the PRCA’s World Standings after a third place finish at last night’s Wrangler Champions Challenge in Kennewick.

Originally of Brownfield, AB, Creasy has been making a run at the Wrangler NFR as of late. A $7,000+ win in Caldwell on Saturday added to this $3,000 on a Tuesday has jumped Luke all the way to 15th.

On Twitter last night Luke told us he walked across the picket line to get on his bucking horse. Only three bareback riders got on their horses according to one of his tweets.

Luke Butterfield earned a check worth over $3,000 for a second place 81 point score. This check moves him up inside the top 40 still $30,000 out of the top 15 in the saddle bronc.

The following comes courtesy of the PRCA from earlier this week.

A Canadian resurgence: It has been four years since there has been more than one Canadian qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and a like number since Canadians have qualified in three or more events in the same year. Until now. Probably. With six weeks left in the regular season, Jake Vold is holding down the 10th spot in the bareback riding standings after a win in Kalispell, Mont., this past weekend. Steer wrestler Curtis Cassidy moved from 14th to 12th after wins in Kalispell and Lynden, Wash., and saddle bronc rider Dustin Flundra had a win in Pincher Creek, Alberta, to stand 11th. Bareback rider Luke Creasy gave himself a shot to join the Maple Leaf contingent in Vegas by winning at the Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo, finishing in a tie for third in Jasper, Alberta, and a tie for fifth in Canby, Ore., to earn $8,623 and move from 21st place to 16th.



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