Friday, July 6, 2007

2007 Days of the Old West pay window


By JEFF CORDES
Express Staff Writer

Born to Buck, a bareback stock competitor, awaits his turn at the cowboys. Photo by Willy Cook

Here are the final results of the 60th annual, $38,280 Days of the Old West rodeo sponsored by the Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club July 2-4, 2007 at Hailey Rodeo Arena.

Heading up the Rangers were president Bill Bobbitt, vice president Bill Sherbine, treasurer Shelly Shoemaker and secretary Vivian Bobbitt. Directors were Bud Amend, Carl Bontrager, Bill Flaherty, Trent Shoemaker and Richard Smith.

The eight classes in the Idaho Cowboys Association (ICA) and Intermountain Pro Rodeo Association (IMPRA) event are ranked in order from the biggest purse, on down.

Stock contractor was Red Eye Rodeo Co. Arena director was Ted Uhrig and the announcer was Jason Kelly. Pick-up men were J2 Brown and Jay Hogan. Timers were Lorraine Swainston and Mindy Hogan. And the funnyman was Ed White. Added money was ranged from $700 to $1,000 per event. Rodeo secretary was Wade Durham. Results follow:

Team roping ($11,184 purse): 1—Brady Siddoway-Jake Freeland 5.4 seconds for $1,286.16 apiece. 2 (tie)—Pete Jones-Brett Broadhead and Brad Carpenter-Tim Black 5.8 seconds for $1,034.52 apiece. 4 (tie)—Paul Capson-Matt Wakley, Jason Erickson-Jed Erickson and Jared Thompson-Katlin Schimmelsen 6.0 for $615.12 apiece. 7—Tyler Smith-Jason Fisher 6.2 for $279.60. 8 (tie)—Cody Wade-Greg Bennett, Pace Freed-Kal Jepson and Wes Tinsley-Matt Azevedo 6.8 for $37.28 (entry $75 per man, 73 teams).

Breakaway roping ($6,432 purse): 1—Italy Jo Eames 2.9 seconds for $1,479.36. 2—Marissa Black 3.3 seconds for $1,286.40. 3—Kallee Cross 3.6 for $1,093.44. 4—Amee Roundy 3.8 for $900.48. 5 (tie)—Kalena Parker and Heidi Eggers 4.2 for $611.04. 7 (tie)—Ashley Tognoni, Amy Hittle and Lorrie Percifield 4.6 for $150.08 each (entry $75, 81 riders).

Calf roping ($4,992 purse): 1—Kevin Adams 8.5 seconds for $1,148.16. 2—Clint Arave 9.1 seconds for $998.40. 3—Rob Webb 9.4 for $848.64. 4—Dan Webb 10.1 for $698.88. 5—Justin Hodson 10.2 for $549.12. 6 (tie)—Joe Sheffield and Cole Smith 10.4 for $324.48 apiece. 8—Jesse Loveless 10.6 for $99.84 (entry $75, 60 ropers).

Barrel racing ($4,416 purse): 1—Tonia Adams 17.097 seconds for $1,015.68. 2—Becky Brown 17.268 seconds for $883.20. 3—Tamara Miller 17.284 for $750.72. 4—Sonja Severe 17.301 for $618.24. 5—Jodi Fear 17.351 for $485.76. 6—Sharlie Wade 17.402 for $353.28. 7—Salina McCarthy 17.424 for $220.80. 8—Bobby Jean Colyer 17.527 for $88.32 (entry $75, 52 riders).

Steer wrestling ($3,840 purse): 1—Austin Manning 3.8 seconds for $883.20. 2—Cody Echevarria 4.3 seconds for $768.00. 3 (tie)—T.J. Weatherbee and Baylor Roche 4.6 for $595.20 apiece. 5—Jeff Bowden 5.0 for $422.40. 6—Seth Hadlock 5.4 for $307.20. 7—Vance Reynolds 5.5 for $192.00. 8 (tie)—Dexter Van Orden, Bridger Ward and Coby Jones 6.1 for $25.60 apiece (entry fee $75, 44 bulldoggers).

Saddle bronc ($2,760 purse): 1—Bryan Martinat 83 points for $800.40. 2—Cade Taylor 80 points for $662.40. 3 (tie)—Devin Sagers and Matt Morrison 79 for $455.40 apiece. 5—Jake Bigelow 76 for $248.40 (entry $75, 25 riders).

Bullriding ($2,760 purse): 1—Brandon Wallentine 81 points for $800.40. 2—Trevor Maddox 79 points for $662.40. 3—Andy Lively 76 for $524.40. 4—Josh Lively 75 for $386.40. 5—Shane Oliver 70 for $248.40. 6—C.J. Santana 68 for $138.00 (entry $75, with 25 riders).

Bareback bronc ($1,896 purse): 1—Caleb Bayes 79 points for $663.60. 2 (tie)—Toby Miller and Connor Kent 76 points for $436.08 apiece. 4—Colton Blair 75 for $227.52. 5—Hutch Haslam 71 for $132.72 (entry $75, 13 riders).




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