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Stetson Wright
All-Around Champion- RAM World Standings 2019

Rookie Stetson Wright came in as the leader in the all-around standings and held off all challengers to win the prestigious title with $297,923. He edged team roping header world champ Clay Smith ($279,672) for the crown. Tuf Cooper, the 2017 all-around champ, finished third in the standings with $265,794. Wright became the first roughstock rider to win the all-around crown since ProRodeo Hall of Famer Ty Murray did it in 1998.

Clayton Biglow
Bareback Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


Bareback rider Clayton Biglow had a Wrangler NFR for the ages to claim his first career gold buckle. The Clements, Calif., cowboy won five rounds at the Wrangler NFR, including winning Round 10 with an NFR record-tying ride of 93 points on Northcott Macza’s Stevie Knicks.

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Ty Erickson
Steer Wrestling Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


Ty Erickson came into the 2019 Wrangler NFR as the regular-season leader for the third time in four years. Each previous time he came up short of winning a gold buckle. That’s not the case anymore. The Helena, Mont., cowboy earned $234,491 to win the world championship. Matt Reeves won the average with a 48.4-second time on 10 head.

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Clay Smith
Team Roping (Heading) Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


Team roping header Clay Smith now has won back-to-back gold buckles. The Broken Bow, Okla., cowboy earned $268,820 to edge Cody Snow ($256,938). Smith – with partner/heeler Jade Corkill, who finished fourth in the world standings – placed in six rounds, including winning Round 2 to clinch his world title.

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Wesley Thorp
Team Roping (Heeling) Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


Team roping heeler Wesley Thorp left the Thomas & Mack Center as a world champion for the first time. The Throckmorton, Texas, cowboy – roping with header Cody Snow, who finished second in the world standings – earned $249,181 to finish atop the world standings. Heeler Junior Nogueira was second with $238,243. Snow/Thorp won the average with a 43.8-second time on eight head.

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Zeke Thurston
Saddle Bronc Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


For the second time in four years, saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston is PRCA world champion. Thurston snared the world championship by earning $347,056. That season total is a record, breaking the mark of $284,938 set by Ryder Wright in 2017.

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Haven Meged
Tie-Down Roping Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


When the 2019 Wrangler NFR began, rookie tie-down roper Haven Meged wasn’t in the title talk. At the end of the 2019 NFR, the Miles City, Mont., cowboy was holding the gold buckle with $246,013. He also won the average with an 85.7-second time on 10 head.  The 21-year-old Meged narrowly defeated Shane Hanchey, the 2013 tie-down roping world champ, by $1,181 for the world championship.

Meged, the 2019 PRCA | Resistol Rookie of the Year, is the first rookie to win a tie-down roping gold buckle since Joe Beaver in 1985. Meged also became just the fourth person in ProRodeo history to win a college championship and a world championship in the same year, following in the footsteps of Ty Murray (all-around, 1988); Matt Austin (bull riding, 2005); and Taos Muncy (saddle bronc riding, 2007)

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Sage Kimzey
Bull Riding Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


The Strong City, Okla., cowboy won his sixth consecutive world championship at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo before 16,904 fans at the Thomas & Mack Center. Kimzey finished the season with a PRCA bull riding record $480,797, breaking his record of $436,479 set in 2017. Kimzey also won the average with 709 points on eight head.

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Trevor Brazile
Steer Roping Champion- RAM World Standings 2019


More history was made by legendary cowboy Trevor Brazile Nov. 23. Brazile, the most-decorated cowboy in PRCA history, added another chapter to his story-book career. The Decatur, Texas, cowboy won his record 25th gold buckle by capturing the title at the 2019 Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping at the Kansas Star Arena. Brazile finished with $128,552 in the PRCA | RAM World Standings to edge runner-up Vin Fisher Jr.’s $120,834.

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