On the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association/Women’s Professional Rodeo Association circuit last week, there were more lucrative rodeos scheduled than competitors could travel to.The time of the season was called Cowboy Christmas. The PRCA/WPRA conducted 32 shows throughout North America during the July 4 Week and $3.3 million was paid to competitors.Ten-time world all-around champion Trevor Brazile was the PRCA’s top money earner. The Decatur cowboy lassoed $28,828 in team roping and tie-down roping.Former world champion Sherry Cervi finished as the WPRA’s top money earner after raking in $31,187 in barrel racing.Out of the $27,335 that Brazile earned during Cowboy Christmas, $23,526 was in team roping with help from his partner Patrick Smith, a two-time world champion from Lipan.During the past two weeks, Brazile has jumped from 39th to third in the PRCA team roping heading title race. Smith has catapulted from 33rd to third in the world heeling standings.In the 2013 world all-around standings, Brazile is ranked first with $109,890. Rhen Richard of Roosevelt, Utah, is second with $51,227.Cutting horse updateThe National Cutting Horse Association Summer Spectacular will begin its 22-day run on Saturday at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum.The show will conclude on August 3 with the Derby Open Division Finals, which is the third jewel of the NCHA’s Triple Crown Series. The other two jewels were the December Futurity and the April Super Stakes. All three competitions take place in Fort Worth.During the December 15 Futurity finals, two horses shared the title. They were CR Tuff Hearted Cat and rider Ronnie Rice and He Bea Cat and Tarin Rice. Each horse turned in a finals score of 221.5. During the April 20 Super Stakes finals, Hes A Hot Cat and rider Wesley Galyean clinched the title with a 219.Into the HallChuck Logue, a former Decatur resident who currently lives in New Braunfels, will be inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame on Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colo. Logue, the 1990 world bareback riding champion, will be joined by four others in the Class of 2013. The late John Bowman was a steer roping world champion in the 1930s. The late Kenny McLean won the 1962 saddle bronc riding world title. Joe Baumgartner is a four-time PRCA Bullfighter of the Year. And the late Rex “Bud” Kerby was one of the PRCA’s top stock contractors for more than 30 years.A money broncThe former Wrangler National Finals Rodeo bronc Dirty Jacket, owned by Dallas-based contractor Pete Carr, has won or shared a round win at six rodeos this year, according to the PRCA. The top-place finishes were with riders Ryan Gray (Fort Worth), J.R. Vezain (San Antonio), Jared Keylon (Oklahoma City), Bill Tutor (Claremore, Okla.), Taylor Price (Pecos) and George Gillespie IV (Window Rock, Ariz.). Gillespie won the July 3-5 Window Rock Rodeo with an 89.