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What Is The Turquoise Circuit Finals 


We are a part of the circuit system devised by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. The United States is divided into 12 sections. The Turquoise Circuit is comprised of rodeos in New Mexico and Arizona.  We currently have 20 rodeos sanctioned by PRCA in those states. Since 1987 Ram has been a sponsor of all 12 circuits and the Ram National Circuit Finals in Kissimmee,  Florida in March. ” Experience Kissimmee, Home of the Ram National Circuit Finals”

There many great cowboys and cowgirls that don’t for whatever reason compete at a national level. The reasons are varied, but different responsibilities keep them in one geographical region, hence the circuit system.  These so called weekend cowboys compete in their region and two contestants from each region in each event meet in Kissimmee in March to compete in the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo.

While many of the contestants compete on a national level, this finals is a totally different event from the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in December. Each circuit holds a finals rodeo to determine which two contestants from each event are to be sent to the RNCFR in April. The top 12 contestants from New Mexico and Arizona in each event come together in the fall to determine who represents Turquoise Circuit in Kissimmee, Florida.

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Latest Results

Annual Fourth Of July Celebration Window Rock Ariz July 4-6

All-around cowboy: Evan Betony, $1,760, bareback riding and bull riding.Bareback riding: 1. Anthony Thomas, 83 points on C5 Rodeo’s Black Eye, $1,948; 2. Delvecchio Kaye, 80, $1,476; 3. (tie) Wyatt Ortega and Shon Gibson, 79.5, $885 each; 5. Logan Corbett, 78.5, $413; 6. Kory Hart, 77, $295.Steer wrestling: 1. (tie) Stan Branco and Stetson Jorgensen, 4.1 seconds, $1,859 each; 3. Monty Eakin, 4.8, $1,470; 4. Sam Goings, 4.9, $1,211; 5. Tristan Martin, 5.1, $951; 6. Tyrel Cline, 5.3, $692; 7. Cody Moore, 5.4, $432; 8. Kodie Jang, 5.8, $173.

132nd Annual Worlds Oldest Rodeo Prescott Ariz July 1-7

All-around cowboy: Tanner Green, $1,953, tie-down roping and team roping. Bareback riding: 1. Kaycee Feild, 89 points on United Pro Rodeo’s Pow Wow Nights, $6,056; 2. Logan Patterson, 88, $4,643; 3. Tilden Hooper, 86.5, $3,432; 4. Tim O’Connell, 86, $2,221; 5. (tie) Trey Moore III and Steven Peebles, 82.5, $1,211 each; 7. (tie) Mason Clements and Shane O’Connell, 81.5, $707 each. Steer wrestling: First round: 1. Ty Erickson, 4.3 seconds, $1,899; 2. Blake Mindemann, 4.6, $1,652; 3. T.J. Hall, 4.9, $1,404; 4. Clayton Hass, 5.5, $1,156; 5. (tie) McLane Arballo and Dakota Eldridge, 5.7, $785 each; 7. Riley Duvall, 5.8, $413; 8. Jacob Edler, 6.3, $165.  Second round: 1. Shane Frey, 4.3 seconds, $1,899; 2. Tyler Waguespack, 4.4, $1,652; 3. Tyler Pearson, 4.5, $1,404; 4. Ty Erickson, 4.8, $1,156; 5. Jacob Edler, 4.9, $908; 6. Kyle Irwin, 5.2, $661; 7. Stetson Jorgensen, 5.4, $413; 8. (tie) Blair Jones and Sam Goings, 5.6, $83 each. 

Flagstaff Pro Rodeo Flagstaff Ariz June 27-29

All-around cowboy: Seth Hall, $702, tie-down roping and team roping. Bareback riding: 1. Evan Betony, 84 points on The Cervi Brothers’ Good Times, $1,861; 2. Casey Colletti, 83, $1,427; 3. (tie) Shon Gibson and Hunter Carter, 80, $869 each; 5. Trenten Montero, 79.5, $434; 6. (tie) Jacob Lees and Paden Hurst, 79, $279 each; 8. Wyatt Ortega, 78.5, $186. Steer wrestling: 1. Michael Bates Jr., 4.6 seconds, $1,009; 2. Jace Melvin, 4.7, $835; 3. Rooster Yazzie, 5.0, $661; 4. (tie) Trevor Duhon and Damian Padilla, 5.1, $400 each; 6. Grady Gray, 5.2, $174. Team roping: 1. (tie) Derrick Begay/Ty Romo and Tom Richards/Nick Sarchett, 4.7 seconds, $1,092 each; 3. Edward Hawley Jr./Myles John, 4.8, $783; 4. (tie) Travis Bard/Clinton Teller and Tanner Bryson/Tyler Getzwiller, 5.2, $474 each; 6. Calvin Brevik/Kory Bramwell, 5.3, $206. Saddle bronc riding: 1. Cameron Messier, 79 points on Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Fancy Frank, $1,166; 2. Jay Joaquin, 78, $874; 3. Logan Cook, 77, $583; 4. Creighton Curley, 70, $291.

Big Spring Cowboy Reunion & Rodeo-Big Spring Texas June 20-22

All-around cowboy: Blaise Freeman, $259, saddle bronc riding and bull riding. Bareback riding: 1. Logan Corbett, 85.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Rake It Up, $884; 2. Tim Murphy, 83, $663; 3. Tyler Johnson, 78, $442; 4. Will Lowe, 77, $221. Steer wrestling: 1. (tie) Clayton Hass and Sterling Wallace, 4.0 seconds, $891 each; 3. Rowdy Thames, 4.5, $638; 4. Ryan Nettle, 4.6, $470; 5. Cade Staton, 4.7, $302; 6. Shayde Etherton, 5.3, $168. Team roping: 1. Ty Bach/Trey Johnson, 11.7 seconds, $667 each; 2. Mason Boettcher/Eddie Medina, 11.8, $400; no other qualified runs. Saddle bronc riding: 1. Jacobs Crawley, 79 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Sheep Camp, $1,034; 2. Aaron Lide, 77, $776; 3. Cooper Thatcher, 76.5, $517; 4. Blaise Freeman, 76, $259.

Alamosa Round-Up-Alamosa Colo June 21-22

All-around cowboy: Seth Hall, $428, tie-down roping and team roping. Bareback riding: 1. Delvecchio Kaye, 77 points on Honeycutt Rodeo’s Sir Grit, $729; 2. Joel Schlegel, 76, $547; 3. Rio Lee, 75, $365; 4. Logan Corbett, 73, $182. Steer wrestling: 1. (tie) Logan McDonald, Trevor Duhon and McLane Arballo, 4.8 seconds, $835 each; 4. Christian Pettigrew, 5.0, $487; 5. Tim Robertson, 5.2, $313; 6. Denell Henderson, 5.3, $174. Team roping: 1. (tie) Austin Crist/J.W. Borrego and Clayton Van Aken/Cullen Teller, 5.4 seconds, $1,482 each; 3. (tie) Jay Tittel/Richard Durham and Jhett Trenary/Bret Trenary, 5.6, $923 each; 5. (tie) Jesse Sheffield/Derek Pake Younger and Travis Whitlow/Tanner Luttrell, 5.8, $392 each.

 

Finals Results

2018 Turquoise Circuit Finals

All-around cowboy: Cutter Parsons, $3,366, tie-down roping and steer wrestling.Bareback riding: First round: 1. Logan Corbett, 81 points on Salt River Rodeo’s Gunfighter, $1,664; 2. Trenten Montero, 77.5, $1,248; 3. Luke Creasy, 68, $832; 4. Shon Gibson, 61, $416. Second round: 1. Logan Corbett, 81 points on Salt River Rodeo’s Grit Your Teeth, $1,664; 2. Trenten Montero, 78, $1,248; 3. Luke Creasy, 74, $832; 4. Shon Gibson, 66, $416. Third round: 1. Shon Gibson, 77.5 points on Honeycutt Rodeo’s Gully Washer, $1,664; 2. Luke Creasy, 75.5, $1,248; 3. Logan Corbett, 74.5, $832; 4. Trenten Montero, 72, $416. Average: 1. Logan Corbett, 236.5 points on three head, $2,496; 2. Trenten Montero, 227.5, $1,872; 3. Luke Creasy, 217.5, $1,248; 4. Shon Gibson, 204.5, $624.Steer wrestling: First round: 1. Trey Robertson, 4.5 seconds, $1,795; 2. Tyke Kipp, 4.6, $1,346; 3. Cimarron Thompson, 5.0, $898; 4. Dean McIntyre, 5.7, $449. Second round: 1. Damian Padilla, 4.2 seconds, $1,795; 2. Jace Melvin, 4.6, $1,346; 3. Tim Robertson, 5.4, $898; 4. Trey Robertson, 5.6, $449. 

2017 Turquoise Circuit Finals

All-around cowboy: Jace Melvin, $4,535, tie-down roping and steer wrestling.Bareback riding: First round: 1. Kyle Charley, 82.5 points on Salt River Rodeo’s Indian Tom, $1,739; 2. Trenten Montero, 76, $1,304; 3. Luke Creasy, 73.5, $869; 4. Logan Corbett, 72, $435. Second round: 1. Shon Gibson, 80 points on Salt River Rodeo’s Grit Your Teeth, $1,739; 2. Trenten Montero, 77.5, $1,304; 3. (tie) Luke Creasy and Kyle Charley, 77, $652 each.Third round: 1. (tie) Luke Creasy, on JK Rodeo’s Cross Fire, and Kyle Charley, on Salt River Rodeo’s Santa Rita, 78 points, $1,521 each; 3. Shon Gibson, 77.5, $869; 4. Trenten Montero, 76, $435. 

2016 Turquoise Circuit Finals

All-around cowboy: Brent Lewis, $7,353, tie-down roping and steer roping.Bareback riding: First round: 1. Kyle Charley, 80 points on Jk Rodeo Co’s Spainard, $1,673; 2. Delvecchio Kaye, 77, $1,255; 3. Luke Creasy, 76, $836; 4. John Killian, 63, $418.Second round: 1. Luke Creasy, 76 points on Jk Rodeo Co’s Crossfire, $1,673; 2. Kyle Charley, 75, $1,255; 3. Delvecchio Kaye, 72, $836; 4. Rio Lee, 68, $418.Third round: 1. Luke Creasy, 80 points on Salt River Rodeo’s Captain Hook, $1,673; 2. (tie) Delvecchio Kaye and Kyle Charley, 76, $1,045 each; 4. John Killian, 73, $418.

 

 

 

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