• Ariat WSTR Finale Pays Out More Than $16 Million

    Chris Torres (r) and Guy Allen, both from Cross Plains, Texas, finished first in the average of the #9.5 Arait WSTR Finale, which paid out a whopping $2.42 million (Jennings Rodeo Photography) Click photo for complete story.

  • Yost Events Hosts Record-Setting $3.1 Million Las Vegas Week

    Winners of the "Las Vegas in Wickenburg" #8.5 Big Gamble roping on Dec. 6 were Abel Flores and Kolden Huebner. Click photo for full story...

  • Riata Buckle Breaks Onto Scene As Fifth Richest Roping

    The Riata Buckle Open Pro-Futurity paid 800% over entry fees. Pros Colby Lovell and Dakota Kirchenschlager managed to secure the championship even with a leg roped in the fourth round, winning the average with a time of 39.55. Jake Smith and Douglas Rich were close on their tails with a time of 39.57. Colby and Dakota split $102,650 for the win. Click photo for full story

  • Cody Mora Wins High Money Saddle (and more) at SLO Pioneer Day

    At the San Luis Obispo Cattlewomen's Pioneer Day, the Jan Davis Memorial High Money Winner award went to Cody Mora. The saddle was sponsored by Vivian Robertson and Pete and Elena Clark. Saddle presenters included Vivian Robertson, Colt Mora, Elena Clark and Chad Davis. Click photo for full story.