2018 WNFR: Day 2 Recap
December 8, 2018
The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo picked up steam in Las Vegas yesterday. There were a few shakeups in the world standings in the wake of Round 2: in Steer Wrestling, Tyler Pearson moved to the top of the pile, with previous leader Curtis Cassidy, dropping all the way to fourth place; in Saddle Bronc, Ryder Wright overtook Jacobs Crawley, who dropped to second place; and in Tie Down Roping, Tuf Cooper knocked off Shane Hanchey, who dropped to second place.
On last night’s edition of “Rodeo Las Vegas,” world champion tie-down roper Tyson Durfey talked about the recent loss of his horse, Nikko.
Here is a summary look at the day's results:
|Steer Wrestling||Tyler Pearson||3.80|
|Team Roping (Headers)||Clay Smith||4.00|
|Team Roping (Heelers)||Paul Eaves||4.00|
|Saddle Bronc||Cort Scheer||92.00|
|Tie-Down Roping||Marty Yates||7.60|
|Barrel Racing||Lisa Lockhart||13.65|
|Bull Riding||Joe Frost||90.00|
|All Around||Tuf Cooper|
|Steer Wrestling||Tyler Pearson|
|Team Roping (Headers)||Kaleb Driggers|
|Team Roping (Heelers)||Junior Nogueira|
|Saddle Bronc||Ryder Wright|
|Tie-Down Roping||Tuf Cooper|
|Steer Roping||Scott Snedecor|
|Bull Riding||Sage Steele Kimzey|
For a comprehensive list of results, winners, and standings, please visit prorodeo.com.