Feild moves past world champs

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Having a good start to any competition can pay off. That philosophy allowed Kaycee Feild to move on to Saturday night’s championship round of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

Feild was one of 12 bareback riders in Friday night’s Wild Card round, where only the top two cowboys advanced. Canadian Luke Creasy won the round with an 83-point ride, while Feild tied four-time and defending world champion Bobby Mote and 2008 world champion Justin McDaniel with 80.5-point rides.

But Feild, the son of five-time world champion Lewis Feild, advanced because he’d had such a strong Super Series. He has earned $10,983 so far and, like all the others who will compete Saturday, has a shot at winning the $50,000 prize that goes to the shootout winners in each event.

Here’s the list of those Wild Card contestants who advanced to Saturday’s championship are:

Tie-down roping: 1. Houston Hutto, 8.8 seconds, $9,017 overall; 2. Scott Kormos, 8.9, $7,850.
Bareback riding: 1. Luke Creasy, 83 points, $6,100; 2. Kaycee Feild, 80.5, $10,983.
Team roping: 1. Erich Rogers/Kory Koontz, 4.8 seconds, $20,700 each; 2. Keven Daniel/Caleb Twisselman, 5.0, $7,700
Saddle bronc riding: 1. Taos Muncy, 83.5 points, $9,100; 2. Cort Scheer, 82.5, $10,350.
Steer wrestling: 1. Ethen Thouvenell, 4.3 seconds, $4,350; 2. Josh Peek, 4.4, $5,600.
Bull riding: 1. Clint Craig, 84 points, $6,600; 2. Corey Navarre, 80, $3,100.
Barrel racing: 1. Jeanne Anderson, 14.39 seconds, $5,850; 2. Kristen Williams, 14.43, $3,550.


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