Wednesday, September 8, 2004

2004 Labor Day PRCA rodeo pay window

The Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club staged its second annual Labor Day PRCA rodeo Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4-5 at Hailey Rodeo Arena. The total purse was $13,311.25?compared to $8,973.60 for last year?s one-day rodeo. The 2004 rodeo featured 52 rough stock riders and 100 timed event competitors?compared to 29 rough stock riders and 71 timed event competitors last Labor Day.

Stock was provided by Slash T Rodeo Company of Gooding. Top results for last weekend?s rodeo:

· Barrel racing ($1,608 purse): 1?Tonia Adams of Plain City, Utah for a second straight year, 17.86 seconds for $466.32. 2?Amy Dalton of Lehi, Utah 18.09 seconds for $385.92. 3?Jetta McCormick of Weber, Utah 18.11 seconds for $305.52. 4?Shana Gibson of Ogden, Utah 18.28 seconds for $225.12. 5?Mikka Dahle of Ogden, Utah 18.60 seconds for $144.72. 6?Megan Lewis of Twin Falls 18.65 seconds for $80.40 (entry fee $65, with 15 riders).

· Team roping ($2,109.95 purse): 1?Ty Thomas of Star and Lee Woodbury of Caldwell 5.3 seconds for $843.90 each. 2?Pete Jones of Twin Falls and Ben Tibbitts of Blackfoot 5.9 seconds for $632.93. 3?Will Bedke of Oakley and John Schutte of Wells, Nev. 6.5 seconds for $421.95. 4?Ralph Gunter of Downey and Steve Sherwood of Snowflake, Ariz. 6.8 seconds for $210.98 each (entry fee $97 per man, with 19 teams).

· Saddle bronc ($1,823.60 purse): 1?Dan Erickson of La Junta, Colo. 81 points on Moonshine for $729.44. 2 (tie)?Jake Halverson of Seminole, Texas 73 points on Whatever for $364.72; Chet Anger of Fielding, Utah 73 points on Rooster for $364.72; and Jess Jones of Spring Creek, Nev. 73 points on Strawberry Roan for $364.72 (entry fee $62, with 22 riders).

· Steer wrestling ($1,940 purse): 1?Brooke Colledge of Lehi, Utah 4.1 seconds for $776.00. 2?Shayne Bennett of South Jordan, Utah 4.3 seconds for $582.00. 3?Craig James Smith of Liberty, Utah 5.2 seconds for $388.00. 4?Riley Jonsson of Bancroft 5.9 seconds for $194.00 (entry fee $72, with 20 bulldoggers).

· Bareback bronc ($1,241.60 purse): 1?Billy Wall of Morgan, Utah 80 points on Dippin? Goodtime for $496.64. 2?Colby Olsen of South Jordan, Utah 76 points on Desperado for $372.48. 3?Danny Blackhurst of American Fork, Utah 71 points on Jericho for $248.32. 4?Trent Coates of Grantsville, Utah 68 points on Gone Dipn Wild for $124.16 (entry fee $62, with 7 riders).

· Calf roping ($2,279.50 purse): 1?Pete Jones of Twin Falls 9.7 seconds for $911.80. 2?Coby Hadley of Hooper, Utah 10.3 seconds for $683.85. 3?Joel Scrivner of Nampa 10.7 seconds for $455.90. 4?Rob Matthews of Pecos, Texas 10.9 seconds for $227.95 (entry fee $72, with 27 ropers).

· Bullriding ($2,308.60 purse): 1?Clancy Mummert of Gannett 81 points on Dr. Evil for $923.44. 2?Jimmy Lierman of Gooding 79 points on C5 for $692.58. 3 (tie)?Ty Thorpe of Cedar Hills, Utah 76 points on Bad Company for $346.29; and Buster Prescott of Hazelton 76 points on Cool Whip for $346.29 (entry fee $142, with 23 riders).

· Rodeo officials: Announcer?Gary Rogers of Clearfield, Utah. Judges?Stewart Schall and Mike Munsee. Timers?Dalonna Stinemates and Brenda Butler. Pickup men?Doug Butler and Bill Stinemates. Bullfighters?Jamie Cox and Shad Stevens. Funny man?Val Byram of South Weber, Utah. Rodeo secretary?Juanita O?Maley. Stock contractor?Slash T Pro Rodeo Co. of Gooding.

Flag bearers?Amber McMurdo, Lorraine Robinson, Kristy Skaar, Brandy Swainston, January Whitesell and Darcy Hiatt.

From the Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club?President, Amber McMurdo; vice president, Mike Kimball; and treasurer, Michelle Bobbitt. Directors, Steve Fairbrother, Bill Sherbine, Bill Bobbitt, Paul Ramm and Trent Shoemaker.

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