World champions
Lonesome Pine Ranch of Cedar Point, Kan.

Reserve world champions
Sandhill Cattle Co. of Earth, Texas

Third place
JO Bar Ranch & Hatchet Ranch of Lordsburg and Hachita, N.M.

Fourth place
Jolly Ranch & Lord Ranch of Agate and Lamar, Colo.

Top horse and Top American Quarter Horse
Dmac Dow Jones, owned by Buster Frierson of the Veale Ranch & Triangle Ranch team of Parker and Tarrant counties, and Foard, Cottle and Hardeman counties, Texas

Reserve top horse
Shez Uno Hotplaygirl, owned by Everett Ashurst of the JO Bar Ranch & Hatchet Ranch team

Top hand
Tyler Rice of Sandhill Cattle Co.

Reserve top hand
Cody Heck of Crutch Ranch, Borger, Texas

Hard-luck cowboy
Bruce Beeman of Broken H Ranch & H Cross Cattle, Bronson, Kan., and Osage Co., Okla.

Event winners

Team branding — Jolly Ranch & Lord Ranch

Wild cow milking — Lonesome Pine Ranch

Team penning — Slash B Ranch & Dagger Draw Ranch of Magdalena and Carlsbad, N.M.

Stray gathering — Crutch Ranch

Ranch bronc riding — Lonesome Pine Ranch

The World Championship Ranch Rodeo is more than just a rodeo; it’s actually the primary fundraiser for the Working Ranch Cowboys Foundation, which helps cowboys who have become sick or injured and offers scholarships to ranch kids heading off to college.

To learn more about WRCA and the Foundation, visit WRCA is also on social media at or

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