Stockyards Championship Rodeo
March 3 & 4
Good crowds and tough rodeo competition were the focus of this weekend's Stockyards Championship Rodeo in Fort Worth's Historic Cowtown Coliseum. Wyatt Muggli was the high money cowboy in 2016, and he is off to a quick start in 2017. The Weatherford cowboy won Friday night's tie-down roping with a 10.85, and he teamed up with Colton Brittain to win the team roping with a 5.34. His total take for the weekend was $712.25.
But it was Ezekiel Mitchell from Baytown that banked the most money for the weekend winning the bull riding both nights, earning $1,000. He rode T-RexFriday night for 83 points and Hammerhead for 84 points Saturday night.
Josh Dunn from Grandview had the fastest run in the tie-down Saturday night, winning with a 9.28, paying him $349.68. In the team roping, JT Prather and Tyler Ishman stretched their steer in 5.05 to win the team roping and $458.70. Two-time world champion header Chad Masters was on hand Friday night, placing second with Coy Brittain and third with Wyatt Cox to win $397.54.
Hannah Wallace from Tolar had the fastest run of the weekend in the breakaway roping winning $349.68 with a 1.55 Saturday night. The ropers had some problems Friday night with misses and broken barriers, but Brooke Jordan from Covington hung on for the win with a 12.27, which included a penalty for a broken barrier. She won $349.68.
Shaylee Hindman is about as consistent as they come in the barrel racing and she won $349.68 Saturday night with an impressive 13.97. Alyssa Clukey from Decatur won Friday night's barrel racing with a 14.01 and $349.68.
Kater Kennedy from Frost rode Caveman for 77 points to win the ranch bronc riding and $282. Jared Svoboda from Tool was 70 points on Night Train to win the saddle bronc riding and $282.
Spring break is almost here and if you are looking for things to do with family or friends, come on out to the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. We have Stockyards Championship Rodeo every Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Then starting Saturday; there will be daily performances of the Pawnee Bill Wild West Show at 2:30 and 4:30 through Sunday, March 19. The wild west show is not only entertaining but also educational with a one-hour living history lesson featuring trick riding, trick roping, trick shooting, a bull whip act, Native American dancing and lots of cowboy music. For more information on all of the Cowtown Coliseum events, visit www.StockyardsRodeo.com.
To enter the Stockyards Championship Rodeo, text 254-371-7343 or e-mail email@example.com. Each night is a separate rodeo and Saturday night is sanctioned by the International Professional Rodeo Association and the United Professional Rodeo Association. The Pawnee Bill Wild West Show is everySaturday at 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.
We want to thank some of our great sponsors who make the Stockyards Championship Rodeo possible every Friday and Saturday, such as Rios Interior, Horseman's Supply, and Roger Williams Chrysler–Dodge–Jeep in Weatherford.