PRCA Update – April 16th, 2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — A number of good sized rodeos concluded last weekend and we had a few Canadians cash in for a few checks.

The biggest winner of the weekend was Tyrel Larsen who currently sits seventh in the PRCA’s World Standings. A tie for third in Laughlin, NV and a second place check in Oakdale, CA was worth over $3,300 for him to bring his season total to over $25,000.

Fellow bronc rider Sam Kelts tied for third with Larsen in Laughlin with an 83 to earn $1,634 there. Kelts sits 10th in the Standings with nearly $11,000 won on the year.

Bareback Riders Clint Laye and Kyle Bowers did well between Oakdale and Medicine Hat. Laye was second in Oakdale with an 85 to win $1,565 while Bowers tied for 5th for $363. Earlier in the week before a big drive Kyle took third for $754 to make his weekend worth more than $1,000.

Tie Down Roper Logan Hofer earned $1,400 between a round and the aggregate in Oakdale. Levi Simpson won over $1,000 between Laughlin and Oakdale while Deb Guelly earned $241 from Oakdale.

Jake Vold is the top ranked Canadian in any event, he’s sixth in World Standings. Luke Creasy is 11th while four more bareback riders are within the top 25 overall.

Others inside the top 50 include Kolton Schmidt and Kyle Lucas who sit 25th and 26th in the Team Roping; Dustin Flundra and Rylan Geiger, 29th and 48th along with Clayton Moore, Tanner Milan and Curtis Cassidy, 25th, 39th and 46th in the Steer Wrestling.

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