Tryan and roping partner Jade Corkill earned a PRCA-record $220,057 in 2014 and placed in seven of 10 rounds at the National Finals Rodeo to win the average title en route to the world team roping title. Tryan also won world titles in 2005 and 2013.
Clay Tryan wasn’t feeling so good.
LAS VEGAS — With so much at stake, Clay Tryan and Jade Corkill only needed to catch their final steer.
LAS VEGAS – Barrel racer Lisa Lockhart, who won Round 2, took another victory lap after she won the event with a time of 13.73 seconds, the second fastest time at this year’s National Finals Rodeo Wednesday night.
LAS VEGAS — Matt Shiozawa is chasing an elusive gold buckle, and the veteran tie-down roper put himself in great position to get it done Tuesday night at the National Finals Rodeo.
LAS VEGAS -- Lisa Lockhart had a time of 14.29 seconds in barrel racing to win the second round and $19,002 at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center here Friday.
LAS VEGAS -- Billings native Clay Tryan and Jade Corkill of Fallon, Nev., finished third in team-roping Thursday to win $11,340 on the first night of National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center.
Clay Tryan is the greatest team roper in Montana history.
Weather is not one of the topics when Dustin Bird calls home.
The MontanaFair PRCA Yellowstone River Round-Up rodeo drew a record crowd of 13,854 for the three performances.
When Clay Tryan and his horse backed into the box back in 2000, he was a young man just starting his professional rodeo career.
Two-time world team roping champion Clay Tryan of Billings will be recognized with a reception in his honor Monday night at MetraPark.
LAS VEGAS -- Clay Tryan of Billings and partner Jade Corkill delivered a safe 5.8-second run in the final round of the National Finals Rodeo to win world team roping titles on Saturday night.
A little rain and mud wasn’t going to bother Beau Clark.
On any other day, the hat would have been flung into the air.
Trevor Brazile said he has only thrown his hat three times in a rodeo arena.
If Dennis and Pat Tryan want to watch their son rope during “Cowboy Christmas,’’ they’ll have to buy a ticket like everybody else.
Shane Proctor has called more than a few places home during his 28 years.
LAS VEGAS — Luke Branquinho and Les Shepperson are friends, first and foremost.