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PRCA leader changes September 24-25

Thanks largely to the $750,000 purse offered at the Justin Boots Championships in Omaha, NE, there were four lead changes in the world standings over the Sept. 23-25 weekend, the biggest turnover since RodeoHouston back in March.

Curtis Cassidy overtook Todd Suhn at the top of the steer wrestling world standings with $110,473. It is believed to be the first time two brothers have both led the steer wrestling world standings in the same year; younger brother Cody Cassidy had led the standings for several months after winning Houston.

Team ropers Clay Tryan and Travis Graves not only took over the lead in their respective heading and heeling categories, but they also broke regular-season earnings records. Tryan finished the regular year with $146,608 and Graves with $147,653.

Saddle bronc rider Bradley Harter will go to his fifth Wrangler NFR as the earnings leader for the first time, having moved past Wade Sundell with a win at Omaha for total earnings of $106,808.

Bull rider Wesley Silcox ended Shawn Hogg’s six-month hold on the standings lead, pushing his season total to $137,392 on the strength of a $30,000 weekend in Omaha.

Thanks largely to the $750,000 purse offered at the Justin Boots Championships in Omaha, NE, there were four lead changes in the world standings over the Sept. 23-25 weekend, the biggest turnover since RodeoHouston back in March.

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Curtis Cassidy overtook Todd Suhn at the top of the steer wrestling world standings with $110,473. It is believed to be the first time two brothers have both led the steer wrestling world standings in the same year; younger brother Cody Cassidy had led the standings for several months after winning Houston.

Team ropers Clay Tryan and Travis Graves not only took over the lead in their respective heading and heeling categories, but they also broke regular-season earnings records. Tryan finished the regular year with $146,608 and Graves with $147,653.

Saddle bronc rider Bradley Harter will go to his fifth Wrangler NFR as the earnings leader for the first time, having moved past Wade Sundell with a win at Omaha for total earnings of $106,808.

Bull rider Wesley Silcox ended Shawn Hogg’s six-month hold on the standings lead, pushing his season total to $137,392 on the strength of a $30,000 weekend in Omaha.

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