Friday, July 7, 2006

2006 Days of the Old West pay window


Mutton Bustin' remains a popular event at the Hailey rodeo. Photo by Willy Cook

Here are the final results of the 59th annual, $30,168 Days of the Old West rodeo sponsored by the Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club July 2-4 at Hailey Rodeo Arena.

Eight classes in the Idaho Cowboys Association (ICA) and Intermountain Pro Rodeo Association (IMPRA) event. There were 284 entries plus 66 team roping entries.

Stock contractor was Red Eye Rodeo Co. Arena director was Ted Uhrig. Pick-up men were J2 Brown and Jay Hogan. Judges were Tedd Freeman and Todd Wood. Ward Durham wrote the checks as rodeo secretary and timers were Mardean Miller and Mindy Hogan. The funny man was Jared Storres. Added money was $700 to $1,000 per event:

Breakaway roping ($5,928 purse): 1—Misty Anderson of Stockton, Utah 2.7 seconds for $1,363.44. 2 (tie)—Monica Williams 2.8 and Patti O'Maley 2.8 for $1,096.68 apiece. 4 (tie)—Tracey Freshwater 2.9 and Ashley Mulick 2.9 for $741.00 apiece. 6—Kayla Hutchison 3.1 for $474.24. 7 (tie)—Paige Yore 3.2, Sadie Myers 3.2 and Italy Jo Eames 3.2 for $138.32 apiece (74 riders, entry $75).

Team roping ($5,088 purse): 1—Cody Wade and Jake Freeland 5.1 seconds for $1,170.24. 2—Brian Espenscheid and Chad Espenscheid 6.1 for $1,017.60. 3 (tie)—Pace Freed and Chris Freed 6.2, Pete Jones and Jade Stoddard 6.2 for $788.64. 5—Brad Carpenter and Tim Black 6.4 for $559.68. 6—Steve Sherwood and Jason Warner 6.5 for $407.04. 7—Justin Hodson and Jade Anderson 6.6 for $254.40. 8—Mike Pendergrass and Mike Eiguren 6.7 for $203.52 (entry 66 teams, entry $150 team).

Calf roping ($4,488 purse): 1—J.C. Malone of Hooper, Utah 9.3 seconds for $1,032.24. 2—Scott Rogers 9.9 for $897.60. 3 (tie)—Clay Winn 10.1 and Clint Vanblezen 10.1 for $695.64 apiece. 5 (tie)—Brock Andrus 10.7 and Clint Arave 10.7 for $426.36 apiece. 7 (tie)—Jade Stoddard 11.0 and Josh Jennings 11.0 for $157.08 apiece (55 ropers, entry $75).

Barrel racing ($3,912 purse): 1—Karen Ewy of Boise 17.629 seconds for $899.76. 2—Annie Jacobs 17.691 for $782.40. 3 (tie)—Lacey England 17.745 and Tami Church 17.745 for $606.36 apiece. 5—Katie Whittier 17.778 for $430.32. 6—Clarissa Tavenner 17.779 for $312.96. 7—Kimberlyn Fehringer 17.862 for $195.60. 8—Mikal Black 17.868 for $78.24 (entry $75, 48 riders).

Steer wrestling ($3,768 purse): 1—Tanner Stanger of Murtaugh 4.4 seconds for $866.64. 2—Ryan Trapp 4.5 for $753.60. 3—Darrin Allred 4.9 for $640.56. 4 (tie)—Kirk Smith 5.0 and Carl Seiders 5.0 for $471 apiece. 6—Clay Lloyd 5.1 for $301.44. 7—Ross Cunningham 5.2 for $188.40. 8—Ben Rowe 5.4 for $75.36 (43 bulldoggers, entry fee $75).

Bullriding ($2,976 purse): 1—Tyson Nelson of Chubbuck 84 points for $863.04. 2—Corey Haslam 83 for $714.24. 3—Tag Elliott 76 for $565.44. 4 (tie)—Brandon Walentine 72 and Zac Elliott 72 for $342.24 apiece. 6—Lonnie Barg 70 for $148.80 (35 riders, entry fee $75).

Saddle bronc ($2,112 purse): 1—(tie) Cade Taylor of Oakley 79 points and Wayne Hebdon of Smithfield, Utah 79 points for $654.72 apiece. 3 (tie)—Cliff Toone 70 and Wyatt Smith 70 for $327.36 apiece. 5—Devin Sagers 68 for $147.84 (16 riders, entry $75).

Bareback bronc ($1,896 purse): 1—Caleb Bennett of Bothwell, Utah 86 points for $663.60. 2—Brad Reeder 85 for $511.92. 3 (tie)—Caleb Bayes 79 and Tyson Smith 79 for $293.88 apiece. 5—Zac Hutchinson 72 for $132.72 (13 riders, entry fee $75).

Hometown Bullriding: Salvador Contreras (Sunday, July 2) was a buckle winner in the 25th annual Hometown Bullriding contest staged as part of the Days of the Old West rodeo by the Sawtooth Rangers.




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