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RodeoHouston® Super Series Champions Are Crowned After 19 Days of Competition

The RODEOHOUSTON® Super Series Championship was one for the books as spectacular rides and blazing fast runs decided who came out on top as the champions with the $50,000 payout.

TIE-DOWN ROPING

JOHN DOUCH / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

John Douch was a man on fire throughout RODEOHOUSTON, winning Super Series I and the 2022 RODEOHOUSTON Tie-Down Roping Champion.

“This has been a dream come true, Just to win first means so much to me.”

John douch / tie down roper

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

John Douch: Huntsville, Texas — $57,250

Tyler Milligan: Bartlesville, Oklahoma — $27,750

Tuf Cooper: Decatur, Texas — $15,500

Zack Jongbloed: Iowa, Louisiana — $11,500

JESSE POPE / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

BAREBACK RIDING

With a big ride for 89 points, Jesse Pope, came out on top in a tough four-man battle for the RODEOHOUSTON Championship title.

“This is a bucket-list rodeo, Moving Forward, I just will keep doing my job, one horse at a time.”

jesse pope / bareback rider

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Jesse Pope: Garnett, Kansas — $60,500

Rocker Steiner: Weatherford, Texas — $27,850

RC Landingham: Hat Creek, California — $14,125

Will Lowe: Amarillo, Texas — $11,625

CLAY TRYAN & JAKE LONG / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

TEAM ROPING

The duo of Clay Tryan and Jake Long roped a 6.4-second run to win the RODEOHOUSTON Championship in the team roping.

“It’s the biggest rodeo we get to go to all year besides the finals,”

Clay tryan – team roping header

“It’s the biggest rodeo we get to go to all year besides the finals,” said Tryan, who also won the RODEOHOUSTON Championship in 2016.

“Getting that first place spot in the Championship was huge and it let us go last in the shootout.”

jake long – team roping heeler

Tryan’s partner, Jake Long said, “Getting that first place spot in the Championship was huge and it let us go last in the shootout.”

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Clay Tryan: Lipan, Texas; and Jake Long: Morgan Mill, Texas — $109,000

Clay Smith: Iowa Park, Texas; and Jade Corkill: Stephenville, Texas — $49,000

Kaleb Driggers: Stephenville, Texas; and Junior Nogueira: Lipan, Texas — $28,500

Curry Kirchner: Ames, Oklahoma; and Austin Rogers: Cresent, Oklahoma — $27,500

SAGE NEWMAN / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

Sage Newman made the ride of his life, earning 93 points to win the Saddle Bronc Riding title.

“When I heard the whistle, I knew I had made a good ride,”

sage newman – saddle bronc rider

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Sage Newman: Melstone, Montana — $57,500

Wyatt Casper: Miami, Texas — $25,750

Stetson Wright: Beaver, Utah — $16,500

Dawson Hay: Visalia, California — $9,250

HUNTER CURE / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

STEER WRESTLING

Hunter Cure has been around the sport of rodeo for years. For Cure, winning RODEOHOUSTON has been one of the most memorable experiences of his career as he made a blazing 4 second run.

“Slipping into the Shootout was not by design, Coming into my final ride, I knew I wanted to clean it up,”

Hunter cure – steer wrestler

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Hunter Cure: Holliday, Texas — $57,000

Tanner Brunner: Ramona, Kansas — $28,000

Timmy Sparing: Helena, Montana — $16,000

Jacob Talley: Keatchie, Louisiana — $10,500

JORDAN BRIGGS / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

BARREL RACING

World Champion Jordan Briggs kept the ball rolling in Houston by racing her way to a RODEOHOUSTON Championship.

“The more runs he makes, the better he gets.”

jordan briggs – barrel racer

When referring to her amazing horse Rollo, Briggs said, “The more runs he makes, the better he gets.”

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Jordan Briggs: Tolar, Texas — $60,000

Kassie Mowry: Dublin, Texas — $30,000

Hailey Kinsel: Cotulla, Texas — $18,000

Nellie Miller: Cottonwood, California — $12,000

ERIN JOHNSON /PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

BREAKAWAY ROPING

The new RODEOHOUSTON event, Breakaway Roping, named its first Champion, Erin Johnson with a 2.7-second run.

“This is super exciting, Women like to see women competing.”

Erin johnson – breakaway roper

“This is super exciting,” said Johnson. “Women like to see women competing.”

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Erin Johnson: Fowler, Colorado — $53,750

Laramie Johnson: Shreveport, Louisiana — $23,000

Amanda Coleman: Stephenville, Texas — $15,000

JJ Hampton, Stephenville, Texas — $10,500

STETSON WRIGHT / PHOTO CREDIT: THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO®

BULL RIDING

The Wright legacy continues in Houston as Stetson Wright took home the Bull Riding Championship.

“There’s always a lot of nerves, and my dad was always calm, so that’s what I base my career off of,”

Stetson wright – bull rider

Final Four Winners (total RODEOHOUSTON 2022 winnings):

Stetson Wright: Beaver, Utah — $57,000

Roscoe Jarboe: New Plymouth, Idaho — $17,583

Josh Frost: Randlett, Utah — $16,833

Jeff Askey: Eustace Texas — $13,833

ABOUT THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO:

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo promotes agriculture by hosting an annual, family-friendly experience that educates and entertains the public, supports Texas youth, showcases Western heritage and provides year-round educational support within the community. Since its beginning in 1932, the Rodeo has committed more than $550 million to the youth of Texas and education. For more information, visit rodeohouston.com and connect with #RODEOHOUSTON online via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for all the latest news.

Provided Courtesy of Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo to Tenn Texas Media

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