Horse racing winners

Friday

Race 1 (300 yards):

Hop Skip N A Cop

Race 2 (5-1/2 furlongs):

Where’s My Voucher

Race 3 (6-1/2 furlongs):

Survivedandthrived

Race 4 (5-1/2 furlongs):

Forty Caliber

Race 5 (300 yards):

I Aint Callin

Race 6 (5-1/2 furlongs):

Northern Smoke

Race 7 (6-1/2 furlongs):

Kendini

Note: Saturday’s and Sunday’s races were canceled due to poor track conditions

Bull rider Tyler Bingham, of Honeyville, Utah scored 83 points on the second-to-last bull ride of the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show Sunday to claim victory in the event and steal the title from Canby’s Chase Dougherty, who had a 78.5-point ride Friday.

Bingham’s ride was one of only two successful bull-riding attempts during the final day of the EOLS’s three-day PRCA rodeo. The other one, interestingly enough, came earlier in the round by his brother, Tim Bingham, who turned in a score of 74, which had put him in third place.

Dougherty had set the standard for the weekend early Friday afternoon, and the mark held — the closest to it was a 76-point ride by Weiser, Idaho’s Casey White — until Tyler Bingham’s winning effort on board Insane Hurricane. The victory landed him a check of close to $2,200.

The victory in bareback riding went to Terrebonne’s Austin Foss, who posted a winning score of 79.5. Kirk St. Clair, of Blodgett finished in second with a score of 77. Kevin Lusk, of Buckley, Washington was third with a score of 74 and Harrisburg’s Kyle Bounds came in fourth with a score of 73. In all, seven riders scored at least 70 points. Foss won almost $1,900.

Joaquin Real, of Santa Paula, California was the champion in saddle bronc riding with his performance Friday afternoon of 82.5 points, winning more than $2,000. He finished just ahead of Shorty Garrett, of Eagle Butte, South Dakota, who recorded a score of 82. JC DeSaveur (78 points), of Roberts, Montana, and Brody Cress (77 points), of Hillsdale, Wyoming, rounded out the top four. Like the bareback, seven riders total eclipsed 70 points.

The tie-down roping championship went to Matt Shiozawa, of Chubbuck, Idaho, who had a top time of 7.8 seconds to win more than $1,400. Ellensburg, Washington’s Jake Pratt held on in a tight race for second place with a time of 8.7 seconds. On his heels in third was Bo Pickett, of Caldwell, Idaho in 8.9 seconds, and Joe Keating, of Sour Lake, Texas, was fourth in 9.3 seconds.

Taylor Gregg, of Walla Walla, Washington, also came away with a check of more than $1,400 by winning the steer wrestling. Gregg posted a quick takedown Friday of 4.6 seconds. Augusta, Montana’s Ross Mosher had the time of the day Sunday in 5.8 seconds to finish in second place, edging out Haines’ Mike McGinn (5.9 seconds). Travis Taruscio, of Stanfield, was fourth in 6.4 seconds, and
La Grande’s John Green was fifth in 7.4 seconds.

Redmond’s Roger Nonella and Enterprise’s Bo Patzke both walked away with more than $1,500 as the duo paired up to take the team roping championship with a winning time of 6.3 seconds. Riley and Brady Minor, both of Ellensburg, Washington took second in a time of 6.8 seconds. Ellensburg’s Jack Fischer and Pendleton’s Phoenix Everano were third in 7.6 seconds, and the team of Chris McKeon of
Merrill and Quade Patzke of Klamath Falls was fourth in 7.9 seconds. The event was one of the few that saw major changes in the leaderboard Sunday, as positions 2-5 were all earned on the final day.

Barrel racing, in contrast, saw no changes on the leaderboard during the final day, due to a muddy arena that didn’t lend itself for speed.

Italy Sheehan, of Shoshone, Idaho was the champion with a time of 17.62 seconds, winning more than $1,400. Molalla’s Cindy Woods was second in 17.66 seconds. Rose Jones, of Trinidad, Washington took third in 17.85, and Vicki Friedrich of Salkum, Washington was fourth in 17.92.

Roger Nonella was the round-one winner of steer roping in a time of 22.7 seconds. Pake Sorey, the only other competitor to post a time in round one, was second in 27.9. The second round winner, and eventual all-around winner, was Tygh Campbell in 20.9 seconds. Mel Coleman was second in round two in 24.8 seconds.

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