Friday, July 6, 2012

Jarboe, Fox earn big paydays at Hailey rodeo

2012 Days of the Old West pay window


New Plymouth High School rodeo cowboy Roscoe Jarboe thrilled Wednesday night’s Days of the Old West sold-out rodeo crowd with a winning 85-point bull ride in the final event of the three-day Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club event at Hailey Rodeo Park. Photo by Roland Lane

Two Idaho high school rodeo competitors earned big paydays during the Days of the Old West rodeo sponsored by the Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club on July 2-4 at Hailey Rodeo Park.

On the final ride of Wednesday's Independence Day rodeo, New Plymouth High School junior Roscoe Jarboe thrilled the sold-out Hailey Rodeo Park crowd of more than 3,500 spectators with an 85-point bull ride.

Jarboe, third in the 2011-12 Oregon High School Rodeo Association bullriding final standings, won the $991.20 top prize plus $70 in day money.

Another big winner was two-time Idaho 5th District high school rodeo overall girls' champion Darby Fox of Glenns Ferry. Clocking 2.5 seconds on Tuesday night, she won breakaway roping for the rodeo's biggest prize, $1,479.36.

Fox added $677.28 to her holiday payday for placing third in a very competitive barrel racing event. Fox is the reigning Idaho state high school queen in barrel racing.

Sawtooth Rangers organizers said Wednesday's enthusiastic crowd exceeded 3,500, to go with Tuesday's show for about 3,000 fans and Monday's "Family Night" gallery with more than 2,500 spectators.

For the first time, the Rangers gave extra day money to event winners in each category, for each rodeo show.

Here are final results of the 65th annual, $31,367 Days of the Old West rodeo sponsored by the Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club from Monday through Wednesday, July 2-4, 2012.

Heading up the Rangers are President Bill Bobbitt, Vice President Bud Amend, Treasurer Lorna Hazelton and Secretary Madeline Amend. Directors are Bruce Hazelton, Jim Pierce, Bill Sherbine, Conner Bennett and Garth Van Horn.

The nine 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. of Homedale. Arena director was Bud Amend. Announcer for the seventh straight year was Jason Kelly. Pickup men were Dirk Kim and Richard Nelson.

Judges were Ryan Scherer and Luke Basso. Timers were Nancy Durham and Mindy Hoggan, and the bullfighters were Tyson Hutchinson and Randall Eshner. Writing the checks was Secretary Wade Durham.

The 2012 ImPRA schedule also includes rodeos at Fairfield July 13-14, at Carey July 20-21, at Shoshone July 26-27 and the ImPRA finals Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1-2 at Hailey Rodeo Park. Added money at Hailey ranged from $700 to $1,000 per event. The slack performance was July 2.

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Final Old West results:

- Team roping ($6,816 purse, header listed first, then heeler): 1—Jared McFarlane and Matt Azevedo, 4.7 seconds for $783.84 apiece (July 3 rodeo). 2—Jaguar Terrell and Beau Hutchison, 5.2 seconds for $681.60 each (slack cowboys). 3—Bryan Reay and Jeremy Stufin, 5.4 seconds for $579.36 each (slack). 4—Rob Webb and Dan Webb, 5.5 seconds for $477.12 apiece (July 2). 5—Justin Hodson and K.C. Curtis, 5.7 seconds for $374.88 each (slack). 6—Rhett Jacobs and Britt Newman, 6.0 seconds for $272.64 each (July 3). 7 (tie)—Chris Freed and Levi Piquet, 6.4 seconds for $119.28 each, and Jeff Flenniken and Paul Dunn, 6.4 seconds for $119.28 each (slack cowboys). Fees $75 per man, 42 teams, $800 added money.

- Breakaway roping ($6,432 purse): 1—Darby Fox, 2.5 seconds for $1,479.36 (July 3). 2—Kristen Smith, 2.6 seconds for $1,286.40 (slack). 3—Katie Leibold, 2.8 seconds for $1,093.44 (slack). 4—Shelby Freed, 2.9 seconds for $900.48 (slack). 5—Dede O'Neal, 3.0 seconds for $707.52 (slack). 6—Valene Lickley, 3.1 seconds for $514.56 (slack). 7—Seria Bott, 3.2 seconds for $321.60 (July 3). 8 (tie)—Cathy Morgan, 3.3 seconds for $64.32, and Kyndal Stradley. 3.3 seconds for $64.32 (both slack). Fee $75, 80 riders and $700 added money.

- Barrel racing ($3,984 purse): 1—Macey Fuller, 17.097 seconds for $916.32 (July 4). 2—Jessie Cronquest, 17.147 seconds for $796.80 (July 2). 3—Darby Fox, 17.160 seconds for $677.28 (July 3). 4—Ellie Beukelman, 17.183 seconds for $557.76 (July 4). 5—Tonia Davis, 17.222 seconds for $438.24 (July 2). 6—Italy Jo Sheehan, 17.251 seconds for $318.72 (slack). 7—Toni Horkley, 17.267 seconds for $199.20 (July 3). 8—Brittany Highsmith, 17.296 seconds for $79.68 (July 4). Fee $75, 47 riders, $700 added money.

- Stock saddle bronc ($2,875 purse): 1—Cole Estill, 85 points for $1,150 (July 2). 2 (tie)—Monty Johnson, 78 points for $718.75 (July 2), and Brandon Clark, 78 points for $718.75 (July 3). 4—Cody Allred, 77 points for $287.50 (July 3). Fee $75, 25 riders and $1,000 added money.

- Bullriding ($2,832 purse): 1—Roscoe Jarboe, 85 points for $991.20 (July 4). 2—Quinn Messersmith, 77 points for $764.64 (July 3). 3—Brady Sullivan, 74 points for $538.08 (July 3). 4—Mason Michaelis, 72 points for $339.84 (July 4). 5—Kasey Love, 68 points for $198.24 (July 2). Entry $75, 26 riders, $1,000 added money.

- Tie down roping ($2,668 purse): 1—Ryne Barrington, 11.0 seconds for $779.52 (July 2). 2—Jared Arave, 11.4 seconds for $645.12 (July 4). 3—Mitch White, 12.6 seconds for $510.72 (July 3). 4—Dan Webb, 12.8 seconds for $376.32 (July 2). 5—Brad Carpenter, 13.1 seconds for $241.92 (July 2). 6—Chisum Hughes, 13.4 seconds for $134.40 (July 4). Entry $75, with 35 ropers, $700 added money.

- Saddle bronc ($2,112 purse): 1—Cliff Toone, 75 points for $612.48 (July 4). 2 (tie)—Dalton Jim, 71 points for $454.08 (July 4), and Monty Johnson, 71 points for $454.08 (July 2). 4—Sam Harper, 70 points for $295.68 (July 2). 5—Charlie Kogianes, 69 points for $190.08 (July 2). 6—Jared McFarlane, 68 points for $105.60 (July 3). Fee $75, with 16 riders and $1,000 added money.

- Bareback bronc ($1,824 purse): 1—Zac Hutchison, 74 points for $638.40 (July 4). 2—Noah Bayes, 73 points for $492.48 (July 3). 3—Wyatt Denny, 72 points for $346.56 (July 2). 4—Billy Wall, 69 points for $218.88 (July 3). 5—Josh Adams, 67 points for $127.68 (July 3). Fee $75, with 12 riders and $1,000 added money.

- Steer wrestling ($1,824 purse): 1—Tanner Stanger, 4.6 seconds for $638.40 (July 4). 2—Andy Brower, 5.6 seconds for $492.48 (July 2). 3—Justin Keppner, 6.5 seconds for $346.56 (July 3). 4—Clay Swan, 6.8 seconds for $218.88 (July 3). 5—Robb Dansie, 6.9 seconds for $127.68 (July 2). Fee $75, with 17 bulldoggers and $700 added money.




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