2022 PRCA & WPRA World Standings
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) is the world’s premier rodeo organization. Check out the current WEATHER GUARD® PRCA Standings 2022 – in accordance with the money won during the regular season, the Justin Boots Playoffs and Championships, and for many bull riders, the PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour. In this blog, we will look at the latest PRCA Standings by division.
The top twenty contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Check out the latest All Around PRCA Standings:
|1||Stetson Wright||$378,339.88||Milford, UT|
|2||Caleb Smidt||$147,743.90||Bellville, TX|
|3||Haven Meged||$142,436.39||Miles City, MT|
|4||Josh Frost||$138,675.41||Randlett, UT|
|5||Zack Jongbloed||$126,550.07||iowa, LA|
|6||Marty Yates||$119,897.50||Stephenville, TX|
|7||Paul David Tierney||$118,791.57||Oklahoma City, OK|
|8||Taylor Santos||$118,054.84||Creston, CA|
|9||Coleman Proctor||$115,857.91||Pryor, OK|
|10||Rhen Richard||$102,527.70||Roosevelt, UT|
|11||Erich Rogers||$79,084.58||Round Rock, AZ|
|12||Brushton Minton||$61,522.33||Witter Springs, CA|
|13||Stan Branco||$59,150.28||chowchilla, CA|
|14||Curtis Cassidy||$57,230.22||Donalda, AB|
|15||Hudson Wallace||$52,006.64||George West, TX|
|16||Clayton Hass||$51,806.24||Weatherford, TX|
|17||Riley Wakefield||$48,540.12||ONeill, NE|
|18||Seth Hall||$42,375.74||Albuquerque, NM|
|19||Chance Oftedahl||$41,439.59||Pemberton, MN|
|20||Connor Murnion||$41,240.61||Jordan, MT|
The top twenty Bareback Riding contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Bareback Riding contestants will be headed in the NFR 2022. Check out the latest PRCA Standings of Bareback Riding here:
|1||Cole Reiner||$160,970.51||Buffalo, WY|
|2||Jess Pope||$159,259.04||Waverly, KS|
|3||Caleb Bennett||$147,290.19||Corvallis, MT|
|4||Rocker Steiner||$134,327.94||Weatherford, TX|
|5||Kaycee Feild||$131,142.55||Genola, UT|
|6||R.C. Landingham||$130,523.57||Hat Creek, CA|
|7||Leighton Berry||$130,193.53||Weatherford, TX|
|8||Tim O’Connell||$129,562.63||Zwingle, IA|
|9||Tanner Aus||$127,132.05||Granite Falls, MN|
|10||Cole Franks||$116,426.33||Clarendon, TX|
|11||Tilden Hooper||$113,188.28||Carthage, TX|
|12||Orin Larsen||$111,658.89||Inglis, MB|
|13||Clayton Biglow||$109,819.65||Clements, CA|
|14||Ty Breuer||$104,194.54||Mandan, ND|
|15||Garrett Shadbolt||$103,949.10||Merriman, NE|
|16||Wyatt Denny||$98,524.71||Minden, NV|
|17||Mason Clements||$95,767.20||Spanish Fork, UT|
|18||Chad Rutherford||$90,280.94||Hillsboro, TX|
|19||Jayco Roper||$65,763.08||Oktaha, OK|
|20||Bill Tutor||$65,723.53||Huntsville, TX|
The top twenty Steer Wrestling contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Steer Wrestling contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022.
|1||Stetson Jorgensen||$134,660.59||Blackfoot, ID|
|2||Tyler Waguespack||$123,872.85||Gonzales, LA|
|3||J.D. Struxness||$123,648.61||Milan, MN|
|4||Will Lummus||$119,780.94||Byhalia, MS|
|5||Hunter Cure||$109,529.28||Holliday, TX|
|6||Ty Erickson||$107,784.30||Helena, MT|
|7||Tristan Martin||$104,552.72||Sulphur, LA|
|8||Dakota Eldridge||$104,097.60||Elko, NV|
|9||Kyle Irwin||$98,354.21||Robertsdale, AL|
|10||Tanner Brunner||$96,270.55||Ramona, KS|
|11||Jesse Brown||$91,713.07||Baker City, OR|
|12||Rowdy Parrott||$84,861.43||Mamou, LA|
|13||Dirk Tavenner||$84,532.00||Rigby, ID|
|14||Timmy Sparing||$81,312.40||Helena, MT|
|15||Nick Guy||$78,021.37||Sparta, WI|
|16||Trell Etbauer||$71,501.21||Goodwell, OK|
|17||Dalton Massey||$67,348.62||Hermiston, OR|
|18||Cameron Morman||$66,357.06||Glen Ullin, ND|
|19||Bridger Chambers||$66,191.86||Stevensville, MT|
|20||Mike McGinn||$63,557.68||Haines, OR|
The top twenty Saddle Bronc Riding contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Saddle Bronc Riding contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022. Check out the latest PRCA Standings here:
|1||Sage Newman||$253,190.84||Melstone, MT|
|2||Stetson Wright||$193,119.85||Milford, UT|
|3||Brody Cress||$182,644.59||Hillsdale, WY|
|4||Ryder Wright||$161,920.04||Milford, UT|
|5||Lefty Holman||$149,979.30||Visalia, CA|
|6||Zeke Thurston||$143,838.02||Big Valley, AB|
|7||Logan Hay||$139,440.41||Wildwood, AB|
|8||Layton Green||$138,993.14||Millarville, AB|
|9||Kade Bruno||$137,725.99||Challis, ID|
|10||Kolby Wanchuk||$131,135.93||Sherwood Park, AB|
|11||Wyatt Casper||$123,801.89||Miami, TX|
|12||Kole Ashbacher||$117,542.72||Arrowwood, AB|
|13||Chase Brooks||$113,991.70||Deer Lodge, MT|
|14||Dawson Hay||$111,717.59||wildwood, AB|
|15||Tanner Butner||$103,739.32||Daniel, WY|
|16||Sterling Crawley||$100,923.17||Stephenville, TX|
|17||Damian Brennan||$90,137.64||Injune, QL|
|18||Shorty Garrett||$84,920.74||Eagle Butte, SD|
|19||Ross Griffin||$79,978.86||Tularosa, NM|
|20||Statler Wright||$79,447.94||Beaver, UT|
The top twenty Team Roping (Headers) contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Team Roping (Headers) contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022. Check out the current PRCA Standings here:
|1||Kaleb Driggers||$227,877.85||Hoboken, GA|
|2||Clay Tryan||$144,663.14||Billings, MT|
|3||Andrew Ward||$124,618.63||Edmond, OK|
|4||Coleman Proctor||$110,691.37||Pryor, OK|
|5||Tanner Tomlinson||$107,368.21||Angleton, TX|
|6||Dustin Egusquiza||$106,022.46||Marianna, FL|
|7||Rhen Richard||$99,278.90||Roosevelt, UT|
|8||Tyler Wade||$98,572.98||Terrell, TX|
|9||Jr. Dees||$96,045.09||Aurora, SD|
|10||Cody Snow||$91,842.70||Los Olivos, CA|
|11||Lightning Aguilera||$90,421.44||Athens, TX|
|12||Riley Minor||$89,022.28||Ellensburg, WA|
|13||Clay Smith||$88,851.56||Broken Bow, OK|
|14||Chad Masters||$87,443.82||Cedar Hill, TN|
|15||Jake Orman||$85,067.18||Prairie, MS|
|16||Cory Kidd||$84,054.04||Statesville, NC|
|17||Derrick Begay||$82,627.41||Seba Dalkai, AZ|
|18||Aaron Tsinigine||$80,696.03||Tuba City, AZ|
|19||Jake Clay||$80,332.10||Sapulpa, OK|
|20||Paul David Tierney||$78,642.35||Oklahoma City, OK|
The top twenty Team Roping (Heelers) contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Team Roping (Heelers) contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022.
|1||Junior Nogueira||$227,877.85||Presidente Prudente, SP|
|2||Jake Long||$130,331.68||Coffeyville, KS|
|3||Buddy Hawkins||$123,076.33||Columbus, KS|
|4||Jade Corkill||$110,855.24||Fallon, NV|
|5||Logan Medlin||$110,691.37||Tatum, NM|
|6||Patrick Smith||$107,368.21||Lipan, TX|
|7||Travis Graves||$106,736.86||Jay, OK|
|8||Jeremy Buhler||$100,214.32||Arrowwood, AB|
|9||Levi Lord||$97,443.12||Sturgis, SD|
|10||Trey Yates||$95,010.73||Pueblo, CO|
|11||Joseph Harrison||$92,115.14||Marietta, OK|
|12||Wesley Thorp||$91,842.70||Throckmorton, TX|
|13||Brady Minor||$89,022.28||Ellensburg, WA|
|14||Brye Crites||$86,409.74||Welch, OK|
|15||Jonathan Torres||$82,967.95||Ocala, FL|
|16||Lane Mitchell||$82,818.01||Bolivar, TN|
|17||Paden Bray||$82,679.78||Stephenville, TX|
|18||Paul Eaves||$81,713.07||lonedell, MO|
|19||Tanner Braden||$78,642.35||Dewey, OK|
|20||Billie Jack Saebens||$76,464.89||Nowata, OK|
|1||Shad Mayfield||$203,508.08||Clovis, NM|
|2||John Douch||$166,728.88||Huntsville, TX|
|3||Haven Meged||$156,027.42||Miles City, MT|
|4||Caleb Smidt||$149,515.91||Bellville, TX|
|5||Shane Hanchey||$132,782.47||Sulphur, LA|
|6||Zack Jongbloed||$125,251.30||iowa, LA|
|7||Tuf Cooper||$124,381.92||Decatur, TX|
|8||Cory Solomon||$123,325.68||Prairie View, TX|
|9||Marty Yates||$122,271.56||Stephenville, TX|
|10||Tyler Milligan||$118,707.62||Pawhuska, OK|
|11||Riley Webb||$117,505.40||Denton, TX|
|12||Ty Harris||$114,895.40||San Angelo, TX|
|13||Hunter Herrin||$114,770.56||Apache, OK|
|14||Macon Murphy||$105,793.39||Keatchie, LA|
|15||Kincade Henry||$101,945.89||Mount Pleasant, TX|
|16||Cooper Martin||$101,391.59||Alma, KS|
|17||Taylor Santos||$96,753.32||Creston, CA|
|18||Westyn Hughes||$95,318.70||Caldwell, TX|
|19||Lane Livingston||$82,575.01||Seymour, TX|
|20||Blane Cox||$81,526.24||Cameron, TX|
|1||Scott Snedecor||$79,659.69||Fredericksburg, TX|
|2||Cole Patterson||$76,548.52||Pratt, KS|
|3||Jess Tierney||$69,339.20||Hermosa, SD|
|4||Cody Lee||$65,733.69||Gatesville, TX|
|5||J. Tom Fisher||$58,901.62||Andrews, TX|
|6||Clay Long||$50,751.15||Stephenville, TX|
|7||Vin Fisher||$48,364.57||Andrews, TX|
|8||Cash Myers||$46,239.48||Kaufman, TX|
|9||Ora Taton||$45,110.99||Rapid City, SD|
|10||Taylor Santos||$44,569.57||Creston, CA|
|11||Chet Herren||$44,115.38||Pawhuska, OK|
|12||Garrett Hale||$41,890.35||Snyder, TX|
|13||Bryce Davis||$41,602.21||Ovalo, TX|
|14||Mike Chase||$41,156.33||McAlester, OK|
|15||Landon McClaugherty||$38,956.21||Tilden, TX|
|16||Slade Wood||$38,418.68||ew Ulm, TX|
|17||John E. Bland||$38,321.63||Turkey, TX|
|18||Rocky Patterson||$37,060.17||Pratt, KS|
|19||Ryan Willberg||$36,153.45||Lott, TX|
|20||Reo Lohse||$32,441.54||Kaycee, WY|
The top twenty Bull Riding contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Bull Riding contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022.
|1||Stetson Wright||$320,598.78||Milford, UT|
|2||Josh Frost||$228,556.82||Randlett, UT|
|3||Jeff Askey||$183,996.42||Athens, TX|
|4||Garrett Smith||$141,658.03||Rexburg, ID|
|5||Tristen Hutchings||$127,983.18||Monteview, ID|
|6||Trevor Kastner||$123,539.66||Roff, OK|
|7||Maverick Potter||$116,064.69||Waxahachie, TX|
|8||Trey Kimzey||$113,186.06||Strong City, OK|
|9||Ky Hamilton||$112,651.28||Mackay, QL|
|10||Jared Parsonage||$112,313.62||Maple Creek, SK|
|11||Trey Holston||$108,892.49||Fort Scott, KS|
|12||JR Stratford||$107,060.77||Byers, KS|
|13||Creek Young||$100,670.20||Rogersville, MO|
|14||Lukasey Morris||$100,667.39||Union City, OK|
|15||Reid Oftedahl||$97,943.89||Raymond, MN|
|16||Cole Fischer||$96,330.47||Jefferson City, MO|
|17||Sage Kimzey||$88,936.64||Salado, TX|
|18||Hayes Weight||$86,559.73||Goshen, UT|
|19||Shane Proctor||$85,630.18||Grand Coulee, WA|
|20||Ernie Courson||$83,646.55||Okeechobee, FL|
|1||Jordon Briggs||$177,779.15||Tolar, TX|
|2||Dona Kay Rule||$127,441.79||Minco, OK|
|3||Wenda Johnson||$121,594.27||Pawhuska, OK|
|4||Stevi Hillman||$120,602.22||Weatherford, TX|
|5||Hailey Kinsel||$119,389.58||Cotulla, TX|
|6||Shelley Morgan||$110,460.92||Eustace, TX|
|7||Sissy Winn||$101,848.16||Chapman Ranch, TX|
|8||Margo Crowther||$96,870.71||North Fort Myers, FL|
|9||Emily Beisel||$93,964.76||Weatherford, OK|
|10||Kassie Mowry||$92,553.30||Dublin, TX|
|11||Bayleigh Choate (R)||$90,892.81||Fort Worth, TX|
|12||Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi||$88,431.79||Lampasas, TX|
|13||Jessica Routier||$86,863.10||Buffalo, SD|
|14||Lisa Lockhart||$84,870.91||Oelrichs, SD|
|15||Leslie Smalygo||$84,453.00||Skiatook, OK|
|16||Cheyenne Wimberley (G)||$82,677.99||Stephenville, TX|
|17||Paige Jones||$82,320.96||Wayne, OK|
|18||Michelle Darling||$82,015.53||Medford, OK|
|19||Taycie Matthews (R)||$76,780.32||Wynne, AR|
|20||Ivy Saebens||$71,448.29||Nowata, OK|
The top twenty Breakaway Roping contestants and earnings are listed here as provided on the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). Top 15 Breakaway Roping contestants will be headed in the Wrangler NFR 2022.
|1||Martha Angelone||$109,096.71||Stephenville, TX|
|2||Erin Johnson||$72,087.60||Fowler, CO|
|3||Lari Dee Guy||$68,039.34||Abilene, TX|
|4||Taylor Munsell||$67,891.26||Alva, OK|
|5||Taylor Hanchey||$65,521.33||Carmine, TX|
|6||Shelby Boisjoli||$64,352.15||Stephenville, TX|
|7||Jordi Edens||$64,244.51||Gatesville, TX|
|8||Joey Williams||$63,677.98||Volborg, MT|
|9||Rickie Engesser||$58,861.83||Spearfish, SD|
|10||Cheyanne Guillory||$56,749.09||Kingston, OK|
|11||Beau Peterson||$56,085.73||Council Grove, KS|
|12||J J Hampton||$54,997.37||Stephenville, TX|
|13||Cadee Williams||$54,172.30||Weatherford, TX|
|14||Samantha Fulton||$49,303.32||Miller, SD|
|15||Josie Conner (R)||$49,232.85||Iowa, LA|
|16||Danielle Lowman||$48,691.25||Gilbert, AZ|
|17||Jackie Crawford||$45,711.87||Stephenville, TX|
|18||Sawyer Gilbert||$43,583.51||Buffalo, SD|
|19||Tacy Webb||$43,235.16||Midway, TX|
|20||Kelsie Domer||$43,033.65||Dublin, TX|
The PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) Standings refer to the current rankings of cowboys and cowgirls competing in various rodeo events sanctioned by the PRCA. These standings are based on the total amount of money earned by each competitor throughout the rodeo season, which typically runs from October to September of the following year.
The standings are important because they determine which competitors qualify for the PRCA National Finals Rodeo (NFR), which is the premier event of the rodeo season. The top 15 competitors in each event at the end of the season earn the right to compete at the NFR, where they compete for the world championship in their respective events.
PRCA Standings are updated regularly throughout the season and can be found on the PRCA’s official website and various other rodeo-related websites.
PRCA World Standings is a ranking system used by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to determine which cowboys and cowgirls are the best in the world. The PRCA World Standings are used to decide who will be invited to compete at the prestigious National Finals Rodeo (NFR).
The top cowboys and cowgirls in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) compete in 50 of the largest regular season rodeos across the United States. They try to earn points towards the
tour finale, which is held in a different location each year. In 2020, the finale was held in Rapid City, South Dako
ta due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, it moved to Salinas, California, and it will return to Puyallup, Washington in 2022. Cinch Jeans will be the title sponsor of
the Playoff Series rodeo tour beginning in 2023. The tour, which was previously known as the ProRodeo Tour, will relocate to Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 2023. The Pla
yoff Series is a points-based rodeo tour, with the competitor who earns the most points in each event at the end of the season being crowned the Playoff Series cham
pion. While money won on the tour does count toward the world standings for the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), The Playoff Series is its own separate rodeo tour.
The PRCA has sanctioned events called the Xtreme Bulls tour since 2003, which feature bull riding competitions held in conjunction with a handful of the PRCA’s hundreds of annual rodeos. Forty PRCA bull riders compete in a select rodeo arena over the course of one or two days, and the top 12 riders based on scores advance to the championship round. The rider with the most points on two bulls wins the event. The PRCA awards an Xtreme Bulls tour champion every year. This is the rider who earns the most money on tour. Bull riders must compete in at least forty complete PRCA rodeos to have their winnings count towards the National Finals Rodeo. The Xtreme Bulls tour has had Division 2 events since its first year, where riders try to earn spots in the main Division 1 events.
The PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) approved the tour in 2016 and it has only featured saddle bronc riding competition since. Like the Xtreme Bulls tour, these events are held in conjunction with a very small amount of the PRCA’s several hundred annual regular season rodeos.
The Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale is held every August in Rapid City, South Dakota. The event features the top 12 saddle bronc riders in the PRCA world standings, as well as the top 12 saddle bronc riders in the Xtreme Broncs tour standings who are not already in the top 12 PRCA world standings. Money won on the Xtreme Broncs tour counts towards the PRCA world standings for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
The PRCA has sanctioned steer roping events for contestants aged 50 and over since 2019. These events are called the Legacy Steer Roping tour. Ropers must compete in at least four Legacy Steer Roping events and win at least one dollar in each event in order to qualify for the Legacy Steer Roping Finals, which are held in November in Mulvane, Kansas. The tour champion is crowned at the Finals.
The National Circuit Finals Steer Roping (NCFSR) is an annual event that takes place in Torrington, Wyoming. The top 35 steer ropers from the 12 PRCA regional American circuits compete at the NCFSR for the chance to win the National Circuit Steer Roping title. The inaugural NCFSR was held in 2010.
The National Finals Steer Roping (NFSR) is an annual event held every November in Mulvane, Kansas, where the top 15 steer ropers in the PRCA world standings compete. This event is separate from the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) and different from the National Circuit Finals Steer Roping (NCFSR). After two days of competition, the contestant who has won the most money throughout the season, including at the NFSR, is crowned the PRCA world champion steer roper. Since 2019, the Legacy Steer Roping Finals have been held in conjunction with the NFSR.
The Permit Member of the Year Challenge is an annual event held by the PRCA in which the top five permit holders in each of the standard male rodeo events at the end of the regular season compete for the chance to be crowned the Permit Member of the Year in their respective events. This one-day event is usually held every December at the South Point Hotel Arena & Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, just shortly before the start of the National Finals Rodeo. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 edition of the event took place at the Cowtown Coliseum in Fort Worth, Texas. The five money-earning permit holders who had earned the most money throughout the year competed in two rounds each. The winners of each round were crowned the Permit Member of the Year. The Permit Member of the Year Challenge had been held since 2009. In its first five years, only the roughstock events (bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and bull riding) were featured. The timed events (steer wrestling, team roping and tie-down roping) were added in 2014.
At the end of every regular season, the top 15 money-earning PRCA discipline winners (including the top 15 “headers” and “heelers” in team roping) are sent to the National Finals Rodeo in December, more commonly known as the NFR.
The National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is held over 10 consecutive days, with the top money winner for the year crowned the year’s PRCA World Champion in each discipline at the end of the NFR. Because of the large amount of money (10 million dollars) at stake in the NFR, the leaders in each event going into the NFR are often dethroned for the year’s championship at that event.
PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) Standings are used in several ways in the world of professional rodeo:
The top 15 competitors in each event in the PRCA Standings at the end of the rodeo season earn the right to compete at the NFR, which is the premier event of the rodeo season. The NFR is where the world champions are crowned, and it is the most prestigious rodeo event of the year.
PRCA Standings are also used to determine the seeding of competitors at various rodeos throughout the season. The higher a competitor is ranked in the standings, the better their chances of receiving a favorable draw and competing against easier stock.
PRCA Standings can also be used by cowboys and cowgirls to attract sponsors. Competitors who are ranked high in the standings are seen as more marketable and may be able to secure more lucrative sponsorships.
The PRCA Standings are followed closely by fans of professional rodeo, as they provide a snapshot of the current state of competition in each event. They can also help fans make predictions about who might perform well at the NFR or other major rodeo events.
PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) Standings are updated regularly throughout the rodeo season, which typically runs from October to September of the following year. The standings are updated after each rodeo event, and the updated standings are usually posted on the PRCA’s official website within a few days of the event.
The frequency of the updates can vary depending on the time of year and the number of events that are taking place. During the busiest times of the season, the standings may be updated weekly or even more frequently. As the season winds down and the number of events decreases, the standings may be updated less frequently.
It’s important to note that the standings are not considered final until the end of the rodeo season, after the conclusion of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in December. The final standings are used to determine the world champions in each event and are posted on the PRCA’s official website and various other rodeo-related websites.
PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) Standings can be found on several websites, including:
The PRCA website provides up-to-date standings for each event throughout the rodeo season, as well as the final world standings at the end of the season.
ProRodeo.com is an official partner of the PRCA and provides comprehensive coverage of all PRCA-sanctioned rodeo events, including the latest standings for each event.
The PRCAStandings.com is another great way to find updated PRCA standings and rodeo results. After each event here you can get the latest update of the standings.
Cowboy Sports News is a leading source of rodeo news and information, and provides PRCA Standings for each event as well as news and analysis on the sport of rodeo.
FloRodeo is a subscription-based streaming service that provides live coverage of PRCA-sanctioned rodeo events, as well as access to archived footage and PRCA Standings.
Many rodeo-related websites and social media accounts provide updates on PRCA Standings throughout the rodeo season, including Rodeo News, RodeoHouston, and the PRCA’s official social media accounts.
For more information on the PRCA Standings, please visit prorodeo.com & wpra.com or through social media at /PRCA and use #PRCA. For the latest ProRodeo news and PRCA and WPRA Standings, please visit PrcaStandings.com or through social media @PRCA_ProRodeo.