Richardson rides perfect in Manor for third win in July

By: Kacie Albert  Sunday, July 23, 2017 @ 10:09 PM

Lachlan Richardson poses with the championship buckle in Manor. Photo by Ted Stovin

MANOR, Saskatchewan – Lachlan Richardson (Gresford, NSW, Australia) continued his winning ways Saturday night, riding perfect to earn his third title in just two weeks at the PBR Canada Touring Pro Division’s (TPD) Manor Fun Daze PBR.

Richardson began the evening, winning Round 1 with an 84.5-point ride aboard Centrifugal (R-Sage Ranch).

In Round 2 of the two header, the 24-year-old once again rode supreme, winning the round with his 85.5-point ride on Marshall's Law (Wild Hoggs).

For the win, Richardson earned $3,660.95 and 60 points towards the world standings.

The victory is Richardson’s third in just 11 days, all a part of an electric summer campaign for the Australian which has been highlighted by nine Top 5 finishes since the month of June.

Richardson, who was sidelined for the first half of the season as he recovered from surgery to repair a torn bicep in his riding arm suffered at the 2016 Built Ford Tough World Finals, earned his first victory of 2017 in Kinsella, Alberta at PBR Canada TPD’s Graveldome Bullarama on July 12.

He went on to log a second consecutive victory, winning at the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour’s event in Salinas, California on July 19.

Tanner Byrne (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) finished second at his home-province event. Byrne bucked off Uptown Funk (Rafter 8) in Round 1, but returned in Round 2 and made the 8 aboard Shot of Whiskey (Two Bit Bucking Bulls) for 84.5 points.

The runner-up finish is the 25-year-old’s second in as many days, finishing just behind event-winner Cody Coverchuk (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan) the day prior at the PBR Canada TPD event in Czar, Alberta.

Byrne earned $2,206.60 and 30 world points for the finish.

After fracturing his pelvis at the Built Ford Tough Series stop in Tacoma, Washington in April, Stetson Lawrence (Williston, North Dakota) finished third in his first event back from recovery.

Lawrence’s finish was backed by his second place effort in Round 1, riding Josiah's Fire (R-Saga Ranch) for 84 points.

For his performance, Lawrence earned $1,504.50 and 20 crucial points towards the world standings.

Edgar Durazo (Moctezuma, Sonora, Mexico) finished fourth, earning $1,003.00 and 15 world points.

In Round 1 Durazo rode Single Payment (R-Saga Ranch) before bucking off Finning Good Will Hunting (Flying Four Bucking Bulls) in Round 2.

The 25-year-old, who double entered, also finished sixth overall, riding Dreamer (R-Saga Ranch) for 81.5 points in Round 1.

Rounding out the Top 5 was Cody Floyd from Kipling, Saskatchewan, now hailing from Calgary, Alberta.

Floyd earned $722.16 and 10 world points after riding Weed and Whiskey (Two Bit Bucking Bulls) for 82 points in Round 2.

PBR Canada’s Touring Pro Division now travels to North Battleford, Saskatchewan for the 4th Annual Gold Eagle Casino PBR Classic presented by McDonalds on July 26 at 7:00pm.

Be sure to stay tuned to and follow the tour on Facebook (PBR Canada), Twitter (@PBRCanada), and Instagram (@PBRCanada) for the latest results.

Official results from the Manor Fun Daze PBR in Manor, Saskatchewan on July 22, 2017.

Round 1: 1. Lachlan Richardson, 84.5 points, $601.80; 2. Stetson Lawrence, 84 points, $451.35; 3. Edgar Durazo, 82.5 points, $300.90; 4. Edgar Durazo, 81.5 points, $150.45; 5. Justin Lloyd, 74.5 points.

Round 2: 1. Lachlan Richardson, 85.5 points, $601.80; 2. Tanner Byrne, 84.5 points, $451.35; 3. Cody Floyd, 82 points, $300.90; 4. Coy Robbins, 80 points, $150.45.

Overall: 1. Lachlan Richardson, 170 points, $3,660.95, 60; 2. Tanner Byrne, 84.5 points, $2,206.60, 30; 3. Stetson Lawrence, 84 points, $1,504.50, 20; 4. Edgar Durazo, 82.5 points, $1,003.00, 15; 5. Cody Floyd, 82 points, $722.16, 10; 6. Edgar Durazo, 81.5 points, $431.29, 5; 7. Coy Robbins, 80 points, $361.08; 8. Justin Lloyd,  74.5 points, $140.42.