California Run Starts off Good for Canadians

RED BLUFF, California — It doesn’t take long to climb the standings when winning. Just ask Clint Laye, Tanner Milan, Levi Simpson and Jeremy Buhler.

Laye split the win at the Red Bluff Round-up this past weekend for $5,264. In the past 30 days he has gone from outside the top 30 in the PRCA’s World Standings up to number nine. At $24,410 on the year now, the Cadogan, AB man sits two spots ahead of number 11 man in the bareback, Luke Creasy. Creasy isn’t far back at $23,697 on the year. Orin Larsen is 23rd while Jake Vold, Ty Taypotat and Matt Lait are inside the top 35.

Tanner Milan’s two round wins and reserve championship in Red Bluff moved him up to 24th in the Steer Wrestling World Standings having almost won $11,000 on the year. Milan is a few spots behind Matt Mousseau who’s in 17th with just under $15,000. 2013 Canadian Champion Clayton Moore is a few spots back in 30th.

Levi Simpson and Jeremy Buhler were the other big winners in Red Bluff earning $2,875 a man. That came from a win in round two, placing again and taking seventh in the aggregate. Simpson and Buhler were outside the top 15 prior to the California run but now sit 15th and 14th respectively.

Our last notable event for Canadians in the PRCA is the saddle bronc. Clay Elliot leads our crew there having earned almost $21,000 on the year to sit ninth. Zeke Thurston, who was also invited to the Calgary Stampede as of yesterday, sits 16th; Layton Green is 18th and Tyrel Larsen of Manitoba holds down the 22nd spot. Luke Butterfield and Dustin Flundra are also ranked inside the top 50.



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