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Roscoe Jarboe rides Frontier Rodeo’s Lookin’ Up for 89 points to take the lead at the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo. Through three performances, only three bull riders have managed to make qualified rides.

GUYMON, Okla. – Familiarity may breed contempt for most, but not rodeo cowboys.

Roscoe Jarboe had a good history with Frontier Rodeo’s Lookin’ Up, winning the bull riding title at the Cody (Wyoming) Stampede last July. The two were matched together again Saturday during the second performance of the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo, and the results were … well, familiar.

Jarboe scored 89 points and leads the bull riding inside Henry C. Hitch Pioneer Arena.

“He feels like a dream,” said Jarboe, a four-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier from New Plymouth, Idaho. “He’s just a great bull; he’ll jump out (of the chute) and get it on either way.”

The cowboy was talking about how athletic the animal is and the fact that it could spin either to the left or to the right. That adds to the degree of difficulty, but it didn’t matter to Jarboe, who is 12th in the world standings so far this season.

“I like coming to these rodeos out here to start the summer run,” he said. “It’s getting warm, so it’s warming me up.”

It all adds to the confidence as he carries momentum forward through the remainder of the 2021 campaign.

“If you have chances to build on momentum, you’d better take the opportunities,” Jarboe said. “I’m trying to do that.”

Tie-down roper Shane Hanchey, the 2013 world champion from Sulphur, Louisiana, gives himself a great opportunity to cash in just by arriving in Guymon. He’s a three-time champion, and he moved into the lead; he’s roped three calves in a cumulative time of 27.6 seconds. His 9.6-second run Saturday is good enough to be tied for fourth place in the third go-round.

“I’m more of an average roper, because I want to be there the last day when they’re giving away more than one check,” said Hanchey, a two-time NFR average champion who won his second this past December. “For whatever reason, I’ve had a lot of luck in Guymon. This is one of those rodeos I make sure I’m at every year.”

Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo
April 26-May 2

Bareback riding leaders: 1. Caleb Bennett, 87 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Freckled Frog; 2. Orin Larsen, 86.5; 3. Tilden Hooper, 85; 4. (tie) Tanner Aus, Logan Patterson and Richmond Champion, 84; 7. Connor Hamilton, 83.5; 8. Ty Breuer, 82. 0

Team roping: Third round: 1. Chris Francis/Cade Passig, 6.0 seconds. 2. Kal Fuller/Coleby Payne, 6.6; 3. Cale Markham/Cody Doescher, 7.0; 4. Caleb Smidt/Trae Smith, 7.1; 5. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord, 7.8; 6. (tie) Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins and Dawson Graham/Dillon Graham, 8.3; 8. Kyon Kruetzer/Clancey Kreutzer, 9.4. Average: 1. Nelson Wyatt/Levi Lord, 21.3 seconds on three runs; 2. Dawson Graham/Dillon Graham, 23.5; 3. Chris Francis/Cade Passig, 25.2; 4. Caleb Smidt/Trae Smith, 25.2; 5. Cale Markham/Cody Doescher, 25.3; 6. Kal Fuller/Coleby Payne, 26.4; 7. Wyatt Dalton Bray/Mason Pitts, 27.1; 8. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 27.8.

Steer wrestling: Third round: 1. Marcus Theriot, 3.5 seconds; 2. Dalton Massey, 3.7; 3. Stephen Culling, 3.8; 4. (tie) Hunter Cure and Trey Jackson, 3.9; 6. Remey Parrott, 4.0; 7. Heath Thomas, 4.1; 8. Ty Allred, 4.2. Average: 1. Dalton Massey, 12.2 seconds on three runs; 2. Marcus Theriot, 12.3; 3. Stockton Graves, 12.6; 4. Winsten McGraw, 12.7; 5. (tie) Trey Jackson and Remey Parrott, 13.0; 7. Stephen Culling, 13.5; 8. Ty Allred, 13.7.

Saddle bronc riding leaders: 1. Wade Sundell, 89 points on Dakota Rodeo’s Jimmy; 2. Mitch Pollock, 86; 3. (tie) Jacob Lewis, Leon Fountain and Spencer Wright, 85.5; 6. Jake Finlay, 85; 7. Taos Muncy, 83.5; 8. Rusty Wright, 82.5.

Tie-down roping: Third round: 1. Marty Yates, 8.5 seconds; 2. Will Howell, 8.7; 3. Marcos Costa, 9.3; 4. (tie) Shane Hanchey and Cody Huber, 9.6; 6. Colt Papy, 9.8; 9. Hudson Wallace, 9.9; 8. Paden Bray, 10.4. Average: 1. Shane Hanchey, 27.6 seconds on three runs; 2. Hudson Wallace, 28.6; 3. Adam Gray, 29.4; 4. Marty Yates, 29.5; 5. Marcos Costa, 30.4; 6. Cody Huber, 30.8; 7. Will Howell, 31.5; 8. Caleb Smidt, 31.7.

Barrel racing: Second round: 1. Dona Kay Rule, 17.17 seconds; 2. Amanda Welsh, 17.22; 3. Kylee Scribner, 17.29; 4. Stevi Hillman, 17.30; 5. Leslie Smalygo, 17.32; 6. Stephanie Fryar, 17.33; 7. Kelly Yates, 17.35; 8. Lindsay Sears, 17.37; 9. Keyla Polizello Costa, 17.38; 10. Cassidy Champlin, 17.40. Average: 1. seconds on two runs; 2. Stevi Hillman, 34.90; 3. Katie Halbert, 35.01; 4. Kelly Yates, 35.02; 5. Erin Williams, 35.03; 6. Leia Pleumer, 35.06; 7. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 35.08; 8. Lindsay Sears, 35.12; 9. Cassidy Champlin, 35.20; 10. Keyla Polizello Costa, 35.22.

Bull riding leaders: 1. Roscoe Jarboe, 89 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Lookin’ Up; 2. Colten Fritzlan, 86.5; 3. Jordan Hansen, 74; no other qualified rides.


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