Mount Pleasant roper, Canton rider win at Colorado rodeo

Kincade Henry won over $4,000 at the event.
Published: Jul. 10, 2023 at 4:02 PM CDT|Updated: Jul. 11, 2023 at 11:18 AM CDT
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VERNAL, Utah (KLTV/KTRE) - A Mount Pleasant man has won over $4,000 after finishing in a tie for first place in a roping event at a Colorado rodeo.

Kincade Henry turned in a 10.1-second time in tie-down roping, good for a second place finish in the first round and a $1,341 check at the Rooftop Rodeo in Estes, Colorado. He finished in fifth place in the second round with an 11.9 time, good for another $503. Henry’s winnings for the first-place tie in the average was $2,221.

Kincade Henry placed high in both rounds.

Shelley Morgan of Canton placed first in barrel racing with a 15.84-second ride at the same rodeo. She won $4,217.

A Jasper man took home almost $10,000 after finishing first at a rodeo in Utah.

Braden Richardson scored a 93.5 on the bull Powder River Rodeo’s Heater and won $9,552 at Dinosaur Roundup in Vernal, Utah. He finished in seventh place at Rooftop Rodeo and won $578.

Richardson’s ride is the highest score in a PRCA bullriding event this season, according to Wrangler Network.

Braden Richardson won almost $10,000.

Below are results from other East Texas performers at rodeos from the weekend:

Jeff Askey of Athens finished second in the third round of bullriding at Calgary Stampede. He scored an 84.5 and won $5,500.

Cooper Davis of Jasper finished second in the second round of bullriding at Calgary Stampede. He scored an 86 and won $7,583.

Heath Thomas of Hemphill finished in a ninth-place tie in steer wrestling at the Dinosaur Roundup. He won $1,034.

Lightning Aguilera of Athens won $1,086 for a second-place finish in the first round of team roping with a time of 4.9. He also won $534 for finishing fifth in the first round at Rooftop with a 4.8. He won $801 for finishing fifth in the average there.

Logan Cook of Alto won $667 and scored a 79 in saddle bronc riding at Heart of the North Rodeo in Spooner, Wisconsin. He also won $2,812 for a third-place finish in Hamel, Minnesota.

Wacey Hathcock of Sulphur Springs won $291 after finishing in a three-way tie for third place in saddle bronc riding at Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Treyson Antonick of Overton won $468 after finishing second in saddlebronc riding at the Chas B. Davis Memorial in Ringgold, Georgia.