2020 Media Guide - Records + Statistics

At the 2019 Finals, Clayton Biglow tied the Wrangler NFR and arena record (he set at the 2018 Finals) for highest bareback riding score after he rode Northcott Macza’s Stevie Knicks for 93 points. PRCA ProRodeo photo by Clay Guardipee

PRORODEO RECORDS AND STATS

PRCA Annual Statistics

Year

States*

Rodeos

Performances

Members

Permit Holders

Total

1953

35

578

1,779

3,001

$2,492,856

1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

34 36 33 33 35 38 35 37 37 41 44 42 44 42 41 40 42 42 42 41 40 39 36 40 39 42 43 45

550 542 519 458 475 493 509 542 540 582 591 542 524 537 521 533 547 539 567 600 590 594 586 579 618 640 631 641 643 650 643 617

1,721 1,751 1,699 1,475 1,535 1,566 1,583 1,667 1,587 1,738 1,795 1,666 1,602 1,673 1,592 1,615 1,653 1,621 1,691 1,755 1,816 1,817 1,974 1,763 1,890 1,937 1,921 1,941 1,936 1,964 1,936 1,887

3,284 3,184 3,329 2,958 2,809 2,781 2,820 2,795 2,670 2,829 3,105 3,205 3,007 3,039 3,159 3,346 3,446 3,153 3,144 3,519 3,583 3,651 4,027 4,153 4,820 4,978 5,114 5,391 5,461 5,353 5,324 5,239

2,726,190 2,829,984 2,862,525 2,795,195 2,792,107 3,192,745 3,086,920 3,013,243 3,080,102 3,511,247 3,665,469 3,568,360 3,452,544 3,649,755 3,685,629 3,850,345 4,155,021 4,026,743 4,375,110 4,982,967 5,386,884 6,432,580 6,690,100 6,966,910 8,085,309 8,762,629

1,263

3,131 4,256 3,709 2,795 2,837 3,294 3,361 3,291 2,344 2,362 2,379 2,569 2,821 2,296 2,707 3,384 4,304 5,084 4,025 3,784 4,364 3,869 4,038 4,478 4,105 2,929 2,911 2,534

9,936,760

11,986,848

42

13,187,610 14,126,700 13,776,848 15,087,776

42*

39* 41*

1986

41*

616

1,868

5,603

2,700

16,015,358

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PRORODEO RECORDS AND STATS

PRCA Annual Statistics

Year

States

Rodeos

Performances

Members

Permit Holders

Total

1987

41*

637

1,832

5,342

2,746

14,855,747

1988

41*

707

2,037

5,479

3,310

15,966,144

1989

40*

741

2,128

5,560

3,584

16,879,429

1990

42*

754

2,159

5,693

3,290

18,163,073

1991

41*

798

2,241

5,748

3,006

19,217,035

1992

41*

770

2,203

5,714

2,857

20,252,088

1993

43*

791

2,269

5,760

2,888

21,290,343

1994

46*

782

2,245

6,415

3,346

23,063,793

1995

46*

739

2,217

6,894

3,835

24,510,585

1996

46*

742

2,229

7,084

4,141

26,427,401

1997

44*

729

2,213

7,178

4,197

28,040,302

1998

42*

703

2,125

7,301

4,117

29,920,412

1999

42*

700

2,128

7,403

3,511

31,062,127

2000

39*

688

2,081

6,255

3,249

32,312,786

2001

40*

668

2,015

5,913

2,544

33,106,770

2002

40*

666

2,207

6,209

2,543

33,372,102

2003

41*

657

1,949

6,158

3,121

34,869,419

2004

41*

671

1,982

6,247

2,990

35,532,631

2005

41*

662

1,940

6,127

2,701

35,676,130

2006

38*

649

1,884

5,791

2,384

36,261,528

2007

38*

592

1,733

5,404

2,206 #40,470,983

2008

40*

609

1,861

5,251

1,995

39,117,160

2009

40*

560

1,656

5,653

2,042

38,273,255

2010

40*

570

1,671

5,323

1,881

39,870,303

2011

40*

572

1,669

5,137

1,883

38,772,106

2012

39*

591

1,663

5,138

1,939

39,253,835

2013

39*

611

1,686

5,071

1,912

39,596,501

2014

38*

607

1,652

4,898

1,793

41,102,501

2015

38*

624

1,663

4,782

1,784

46,349,782

2016

39*

618

1,644

4,692

1,748

45,090,245

2017

39*

650

1,711

4,657

1,734

48,116,166

2018

39*

644

1,682

4,618

1,694

49,039,182

2019

41*

732

1,846

4,661

1,689

52,017,998

*Plus PRCA rodeos outside of the U.S. # included barrel racing (PWBR) prize money

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Top 50 2019 Rodeos by committee purse City Total Committee Purse

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Las Vegas, Nev..................................................$10,000,000 San Antonio, Texas...............................................1,538,776 Houston, Texas......................................................1,529,500 Kissimmee, Fla.......................................................... 758,112 Arlington, Texas....................................................... 630,000 Cheyenne, Wyo........................................................ 585,000 Waco, Texas................................................................ 436,424 Mulvane, Kan............................................................ 425,000 Austin, Texas.............................................................. 340,000 Pendleton, Ore......................................................... 337,500 Fort Worth, Texas..................................................... 320,000 Reno, Nev................................................................... 300,000 Ponoka, Alberta, CANADA................................... 300,000 Salinas, Calif............................................................... 248,000 Denver, Colo.............................................................. 246,755 Colorado Springs, Colo.......................................... 240,500 St. Paul, Ore................................................................ 240,400 Nampa, Idaho........................................................... 228,000 San Juan Capistrano, Calif.................................... 220,000 Ellensburg, Wash..................................................... 210,000 Cody, Wyo.................................................................. 200,000 Greeley, Colo............................................................. 176,000 Caldwell, Idaho......................................................... 176,000 Kennewick, Wash..................................................... 170,000 Dodge City, Kan....................................................... 169,000 Tucson, Ariz............................................................... 160,000 Spanish Fork, Utah.................................................. 160,000 Clovis, Calif................................................................. 160,000 Puyallup, Wash......................................................... 160,000 San Angelo, Texas.................................................... 140,000 Corpus Christi, Texas.............................................. 135,000 Red Bluff, Calif........................................................... 128,000 Casper, Wyo............................................................... 127,800 Prescott, Ariz............................................................. 125,000 Lovington, N.M......................................................... 121,509 Strathmore, Alberta, CANADA............................ 120,000 Logandale, Nev........................................................ 120,000 Hermiston, Ore......................................................... 120,000 Sheridan, Wyo........................................................... 108,000 Ellensburg, Wash..................................................... 108,000 Fort Madison, Iowa................................................. 105,000 Livingston, Mont..................................................... 104,000 Sikeston, Mo.............................................................. 100,000 San Antonio, Texas.................................................. 100,000 Baker, Mont...................................................................99,000 Ogden, Utah.................................................................96,000 Pecos, Texas..................................................................90,000 Moses Lake, Wash.......................................................89,000 Redding, Calif...............................................................88,000 Albuquerque, N.M......................................................88,000

10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 41. 42. 43. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 39.

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PRORODEO RECORDS AND STATS

Membership at a Glance

PRCA members by category, 2019

Permit members (1,689)

Card-holding contestants (2,910) Judges (130)

1,286, 19%

1,689, 26%

78, 1%

523, 8%

Rodeo committees (523)

2,910, 44%

130, 2%

Stock contractors (78)

Contract personnel (1,286)

Members who are both contestants and contract personnel are counted in both categories in this graph.

The graph above shows only insured PRCA members. The PRCA is proud to count as a crucial part of its total membership an additional 594 Gold Card members, who continue to support the PRCA in its effort to ensure a strong future for professional rodeo.

Contestants by events competed in, 2019

Team Roping (1,797)

315, 6%

434, 8%

Bareback Riding (315)

Saddle Bronc Riding (434)

1,797, 34%

732, 14%

Bull Riding (732)

Tie-down Roping (940)

Steer Wrestling (778)

265, 5%

940, 18%

778, 15%

Steer Roping (265)

Contestants who compete in more than one event are represented more than once in the numbers on the above graph.

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PRORODEO RECORDS AND STATS

2019 Approved PRCA Rodeos XB=XtremeBullsTourevent, CFR=RAMCircuitFinalsRodeo,NCFSR=NationalCircuitFinalsSteerRoping ,SB=saddle-bronc-onlyevent,SR= steer-roping-onlyevent

ALABAMA Montgomery, March 14-16 ARIZONA Prescott Valley, Oct. 5-6, 2018 Yuma, February 8- 10 Buckeye, February 16 - 17 Tucson, February 16 - 24 Fort Mohave, March 1 - 2 (XB) Scottsdale, March 8 - 10 Queen Creek, March 15 - 17 Cave Creek, March 22 - 24 Payson, Aug. 16 - 17 Kingman, June 1-2 ARKANSAS Little Rock, Oct., 19 - 20, 2018 Magnolia, March 15-16 El Paso, April 19-20 Ash Flat, May 25 Fort Smith, May 27-June, 1 Crossett, May 29-June, 1 Springdale, June 26-29 Ash Flat, July, 3 Salem, July, 4 Ash Flat, Aug. 1-2 Imboden, Aug. 16-17 Forrest City, Sept. 13-14 Hot Springs, Sept. 13-14 Texarkana, Sept. 19-21 Fort Smith, Sept. 25 Payson, May 17 - 18 Flagstaff, June 27 - 29 Prescott, July 1-7 Window Rock, July 4 - 6

Indiantown, Oct. 19-20, 2018 Arcadia, Oct. 21-22, 2018 Davie, Nov. 8 -10, 2018 Iverness, Nov. 16-17, 2018 Homestead, Jan. 18-20 Wauchula, Jan. 19-20 Kissimmee, Feb. 15-17 Okeechobee, Feb. 15-17 Dade City, Feb. 22-23 Ft. Pierce, Feb. 22-23 North Fort Myers, Feb. 22 - 23 Davie, Feb. 23-24 Arcadia, March 7-10 Okeechobee, March 8-10 Ft. Walton Beach, March 9 - 10 Lake City, March 15-17 Kissimmee, March 21 - 24 (RNCFR) Ocala, March 22-23 Milton, March 29 - 30 Kissimmee, May 31 - June 1 GEORGIA Perry, February 21 - 23 Nashville, March 22 - 23 Summerville, May 17 - 18 Ringgold, July 12 - 13 IDAHO Eagle, June 6 - 8 Meridian, June 28 - 29 Mountain Home, June 28 - 29 Idaho Falls, Aug. 1 - 3 Sandpoint, Aug. 2 - 3 Jerome, Aug. 6 - 8 New Plymouth, Aug. 8 -10 Caldwell, Aug. 13 - 17 Gooding Aug. 14 (XB) Gooding, Aug. 15 - 17 Burley, Aug. 15 -17 Coeur d’Alene, Aug. 22 (XB) Salmon, Aug. 23 - 24 Coeur d’Alene, Aug. 23 - 25 Filer, Aug. 29 - 31 Nampa, July 16- 20 Preston, Aug. 1 - 3 Davie, June 21-22 Ocala, Aug. 30 - 31 Davie, Sept. 7 Baker, Sept. 14

Folsom, July 4 - 6 Salinas, July 18 - 21 Santa Barbara, Aug. 2 - 4 Santa Rosa, Aug. 3 Ventura, Aug. 10 - 11 Tehachapi, Aug. 16 -17 Norco, Aug. 23 - 25 San Juan Capistrano, Aug. 24 - 25 Banning, Sept. 6 - 8 Coarsegold, Sept. 14 - 15 Marysville, Sept. 14 - 15 Poway, Sept. 27 - 28 Bakersfield, Sept. 27 - 28 San Bernardino, Sept. 27 - 29 COLORADO Eaton, Oct. 20, 2018 (SR) Loveland, Oct. 25 - 27, 2018 Denver, Dec. 19 - 20, 2018 Elizabeth, June 7 (XB) Elizabeth, June 8 - 9 Evergreen, June 15 - 16 Grover, June 15 -16 Steamboat Springs, June 21-22 Greeley, June 26 (XB) Greeley, June 27 - July 3 Steamboat Springs, June 28 - 29 Steamboat Springs, July 3 - 4 Steamboat Springs, July 5 - 6 Estes Park, July 8-13 Colorado Springs, July 10 -13 Gunnison, July 11 - 13 Steamboat Springs, July 12 - 13 Steamboat Springs, July 19 - 20 Eagle, July 24 - 27 Burlington, July 25 - 27 Monte Vista, July 26 - 28 Steamboat Springs, July 26 - 27 Rifle, July 31 (XB) Castle Rock, Aug. 1 (XB) Rifle, Aug. 1 Castle Rock, Aug. 2 - 4 Steamboat Springs, Aug. 2 - 3 Loveland, Aug. 4 - 6 Yuma, Aug. 6 - 7 Craig, Aug. 8 Denver, Jan. 17- 27 Cortez, June 6 - 8

CALIFORNIA Lancaster, Oct. 5-7, 2018

San Francisco, Oct. 12-20, 2018 City of Industry, Oct. 13-14, 2018 San Dimas, Oct. 13-14, 2018 Brawley, Nov. 10-11, 2018 King City, Feb. 23, 2019

Oakdale, April 13 -14 Red Bluff, April 19 - 21 Clovis, April 26 - 28 Lakeside, April 26 - 28 Springville, April 27 - 28 Auburn, April 27 - 28 Bakersfield, May 3 - 4 Stonyford, May 3 -4 Riverdale, May 5 Sonora, May 11 - 12 Woodlake, May 11 - 12 Redding, May 15-18 Ramona, May 17 - 19 Hayward, May 18-19 Valley Center, May 24-25 Jurupa Valley, June 7 - 8 Livermore, June 7-9 Glennville, June 9

Sterling, Aug. 8 - 9 Lamar, Aug. 9-10

Blackfoot, Sept. 2 - 3 Lewiston, Sept. 3 (SR) Lewiston, Sept. 4 (XB) Lewiston, Sept. 5 - 7

Steamboat Springs, Aug. 9-10 Steamboat Springs, Aug. 16- 17 Pueblo, Aug. 23 - 26

ILLINOIS Moline, Jan. 18 - 19 New Berlin, June 12 Galena, July 5 - 6 Palestine, Aug. 30 - Sept. 1

CONNECTICUT Goshen, June 15 Goshen, June 16 FLORIDA Bonifay, Oct. 4 - 6. 2018

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2019 Approved PRCA Rodeos IOWA

Missoula, Aug. 8 -10 Bozeman, Aug. 8 -10 Cascade, Aug. 9 -10 Glendive, Aug. 11 Circle, Aug. 15-16

2020 PRCA MEDIA GUIDE Helena, July 25 - 27 Libby, July 26 - 27 Glasgow, July 30 - 31 Great Falls, July 31 - Aug. 3 Sidney, Aug. 1 - 2 Missoula, Aug. 7 (XB) Kalispell, Feb. 15 - 16 Havre, March 29 - 30 Baker, June 6 (XB) Glendive, June 14 Belt, June 15 -16 Jordan, June 16 (MT) Hardin, June 21 - 22 Fort Benton, June 28 Augusta, June 30 Livingston, July 2 - 4 Red Lodge, July 2 - 4 Roundup, July 3 - 4 Chinook, July 5 - 6 Bigfork, July 5 -7 Drummond, July 7 Wolf Point, July 11-13 Shelby, July 18 - 19 Stanford, July 21 Lewistown, July 24 - 25 Plentywood, July 25 - 26 Buffalo, June 20 - 22 Park Rapids, July 4 -5 (XB) Park Rapids, July 6 Hamel, July 11 - 13 Hamel, July 11 - 14 Isanti, July 12 - 13 Blue Earth, July 27 Marshall, Aug. 8 - 9 Waconia, July 23 - 24 Pine City, Aug. 31 - Sept. 1 Northfield, Sept. 6 - 7 MISSISSIPPI Laurel, Jan. 4 - 5 Southhaven, Jan. 19 Tupelo, Jan. 25-26 Jackson, Feb. 7 -13 Starkville, Feb. 8 - 9 Hattiesburg, Feb. 15 -16 Corinth, March 23-24 Lauderdale, April 12-13 Senatobia, May 31 Philadelphia, July 26 - 27 Lauderdale, Aug. 9 - 10 MISSOURI Poplar Bluff, March 6 - 7 Springfield, March 22-23 West Plains, April 6-7 Farmington, May 24 - 25 Licking, May 30 - June 1 Sikeston, Aug. 7-10 Ashland, Aug. 23 - 24 Kansas City, Sept. 27-28 MONTANA Billings, Mont. Oct. 18- 20, 2018 Great Falls, January 11-13 (CFR)

Des Moines, Jan. 11 - 12 Council Bluffs, March 8 - 9 Cherokee, May 30 - June 1 Edgewood, June 27 - 29 Wapello, July 19 - 20 Sac City, July 24 Sidney, July 30 - Aug. 3 Carson, Aug. 1 - 3 Dayton, Aug. 30 - Sept. 2 Fort Madison, Sept. 4 Fort Madison, Sept. 5 - 7 KANSAS Mulvane, Nov. 2 - 3, 2018 Park City, January 25 - 26 Haysville, May 3 - 4 Abbyville, May 17 - 18 Garden City, May 23 - 25 Strong City, May 30 - June 1 Bennington, May 30 - June 1 Herington, July 11 Pretty Prairie, July 17-20 Manhattan, July 25 - 27 Hill City, July 29 – July 31 Dodge City, July 30 (XB) Dodge City, July 30 (SR) Abilene, July 31 - Aug. 3 Dodge City, July 31 - Aug. 4 Phillipsburg, Aug. 1 - 3 Mound City, Aug. 9 -10 Coffeyville, Aug. 15 (SR) Coffeyville, Aug. 15 - 16 KENTUCKY Louisville, Nov. 8–10, 2018 (CFR) Lexington, June 14 - 15 LOUISIANA Leesville, Oct. 4 - 6, 2018 West Monroe, Jan. 11 - 12 Lafayette, Jan. 10 -13 Lake Charles, Jan. 31 - Feb. 2 Winnsboro, May 30 - June 1 Springhill, Sept. 19 - 21 MAINE Liberal, Aug. 16 - 17 Eureka, Aug. 16 - 17 Longford, Aug. 30 -31 Burden, Sept. 14

Kalispell, Aug. 15-17 Billings, Aug. 15-17 Baker, Aug. 16 (XB) Baker, Aug. 17-18 Miles City, Aug. 20-21 Plains, Aug. 30 - 31 Dillon, Aug. 31 - Sept. 1 White Sulphur Spgs., Sept. 1-2 Silesia, Sept. 22 (SR) NEBRASKA Grand Island, March 1-2 Grand Island, March 2 (XB) Lincoln, April 12 North Platte, June 12-15

Ponca, June 28 - 29 Crawford, July 3 - 4 Hartington, July 18 Crete, July 20 Sidney, July 24 Burwell, July 25

Wahoo, July 25 - 27 Kimball, Aug. 10 - 11 Hastings, Aug. 23 - 25 Gordon, Sept. 13 -14 Omaha, Sept. 27-28 NEVADA Las Vegas, Dec. 6 -15, 2018 (Wrangler NFR) Logandale, April 10 - 14

Reno, June 20 (XB) Reno, June 21 - 29 Elko, July 12 - 14 Las Vegas, Dec. 5 -14 (Wrangler NFR)

NEW JERSEY Wantage, May 26

Woodstown Pilesgrove, May 26 Woodstown Pilesgrove, June 2 Woodstown Pilesgrove, June 9 Woodstown Pilesgrove, June 16 Woodstown Pilesgrove, June 23 Woodstown Pilesgrove, June 30 Woodstown Pilesgrove, July 7 Woodstown Pilesgrove, July 14 Woodstown Pilesgrove, July 21 Woodstown Pilesgrove, July 28 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Aug. 4 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Aug. 11 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Aug. 18 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Aug. 25 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Sept. 1 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Sept. 8 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Sept. 15 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Sept. 22 Woodstown Pilesgrove, Sept. 29

Cumberland, Sept. 25 Cumberland, Sept. 26 MARYLAND Elkton, July 23 - 24 MICHIGAN Iron River, July 19-20 MINNESOTA St. Paul, Jan. 25 - 26 St. Paul, April 26 - 28 Hawley, June 7 - 8 Granite Falls, June 20 - 22

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2019 Approved PRCA Rodeos

OHIO Columbus, Feb. 16 OKLAHOMA Tulsa, Oct. 5-6, 2018 Duncan, Oct. 18-20, 2018 McAlester, Feb. 1-2 Lawton, March 29 - 30 Enid, March 30 Shawnee, May 17 - 18 Claremore, May 24-26 Hugo, May 31 - June 1 Woodward, June 5 - 8 Ponca City, June 6 -8 Lawton, Aug. 7 -10 Altus, Aug. 22-24 Vinita, Aug. 28 -31 Elk City, Aug. 30 -Sept. 1 Henryetta, Aug. 31 - Sept. 1 Weatherford, Sept. 2 Oklahoma City, Sept. 20 -21 Apache, Sept. 28 -29 OREGON Athena, Nov. 10, 2018 (SR) Redmond, March 29 -30 Central Point, May 30-June 1 Guymon, May 3 - 5 Poteau, May 3 - 4 Sisters, June 5 (XB) Union, June 6 (XB) Sisters, June 7 - 9 Prineville, June 27 - 29 Molalla, July 1- 4 St. Paul, July 2 - 6 Eugene, July 3 - 6 Elgin, Ore., July 11 (XB) Elgin, July 12-13 Joseph, July 24 - 27 Hermiston, Aug. 7 - 10 Canby, Aug. 13 - 17 Lakeview, Sept. 1 - 2 Pendleton, Sept. 11 - 14 Ontario, Sept. 19 PENNSYLVANIA Harrisburg, January 10- 12 (CFR) Kellettville, July 25 - 27 SOUTH DAKOTA Brookings, Nov. 2 - 3, 2018 Rapid City, Jan. 25 - Feb. 2 Rapid City, January 26 (XB) Rapid City, Jan. 30 (SB) Herreid, May 31 (SB) Fort Pierre, June 1 (SB) Clear Lake, June 26 (XB) Clear Lake, June 27-29 Mobridge, July 2 - 4 Belle Fourche, July 3 - 6 Mitchell, July 18 - 21(XB) Deadwood, July 23

NEWMEXICO Roswell, April 19 - 20 Clovis, June 6 -8 Silver City, June 12-15 Santa Fe, June 19-22 Lovington, Aug. 6 (XB) Lovington, Aug. 7-10

Deadwood, July 24 - 27 Spearfish, Aug. 5 - 6 Faith, Aug. 7 (SB) Onida, Aug. 9 -10 Sioux Falls, Aug. 10 Aberdeen, Aug. 12-13 Deadwood, Aug. 18 (CFR) Deadwood, Aug. 19 - 20 (SR) Mitchell, Aug. 21 Rapid City, Aug. 21 - 24 Sioux Falls, Sept. 13-14 Mitchell, Sept. 27-28 TENNESSEE Franklin, May 16 - 18 Clarksville, May 17 - 18 Savannah, July 19 - 20 TEXAS Hempstead, Oct. 4-6, 2018 Rosenberg, Oct. 5 -7, 2018 Waco, Oct. 6 - 13, 2018 Bellville, Oct. 11-13, 2018 Seguin, Oct. 11- 13, 2018 Liberty, Oct. 18, 2018 Henderson, Oct. 18-20, 2018 Liberty, Oct. 19-20, 2018 Waco, Jan. 3 - 5 Odessa, Jan. 4 - 12 Fort Worth, Jan. 22 - 23 (XB) Fort Worth, Jan. 25 - Feb. 9 San Angelo, Feb. 1 - 15 Belton, Feb. 8 -9 Los Fresnos, Feb. 15-17 San Angelo, Feb. 16 San Antonio, Feb. 7 - 23 San Antonio, Feb. 23 (XB) Houston, Feb. 25 - March 16 Bay City, Feb. 28 - March 2 Arlington, March 2 - 3 Austin, March 10-24 Andrews, March 9 (SR) Andrews, March 9 - 10 Mercedes, March 13 Mercedes, March 14-16 Goliad, March 15 -17 Austin, March 16 - 30 Huntsville, March 21 Nacogdoches, March 21-23 Beaumont, March 22- 23 Huntsville, March 22 - 23 Waxahachie, March 22 - 23 Tyler, March 23 - 24 Lubbock, April 4 - 6 Longview, April 12 - 13 Liberty Hill, April 20 - 21(SR) Lufkin, April 24 - 27 Corpus Christi, April 25 - 28 Athens, April 26 - 27 Jourdanton, April 26-27 Del Rio, April 26 - 27 Helotes, May 2-4

Socorro, Aug. 30 Socorro, Aug. 31

Albuquerque, Sept. 7 (XB) Albuquerque, Sept. 10-15 Socorro, Sept. 10 Socorro, Sept. 11 Socorro, Sept. 12 Las Cruces, Sept. 27 – Sept. 28 (CFR) NEWYORK Glens Falls, November 2-3, 2018 Lake Luzerne, June 29

Lake Luzerne, July 3 Lake Luzerne, July 6 Lake Luzerne, July 12 Lake Luzerne, July 13 Lake Luzerne, July 17 Lake Luzerne, July 19 Lake Luzerne, July 20 Gerry, July 31 - Aug. 3 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 7 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 9 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 10 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 14 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 16 Alden, Aug. 17 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 17 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 21 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 23 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 24 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 28 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 30 Lake Luzerne, Aug. 31

NORTH DAKOTA Minot, Oct. 5-7, 2018 (CFR) Bismarck, February 7 (XB)) Bismarck, February 8-9 Valley City, March 9-10 Fargo, March 29-30 Killdeer, June 8-9 Newtown, June 14-15 Dickinson, June 27-29 Mandan, July 2-4 Killdeer, July 3-4 Steele, July 13 Ft. Totten, July 27-28 Ashley, Aug. 3-4 Sentinel Butte, Aug. 3 (SB) Velva, Aug. 17

Killdeer, Aug. 31 Killdeer, Sept. 1 Williston, Sept. 20-21 Dickinson, Sept. 22

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RECORDS AND STATS

Laramie, July 12 -14 Cheyenne, July 20 - 28 Rock Springs, July 25 - 27 Riverton, July 29 -30 Wright, Aug. 9 Afton, Aug. 9 - 10 Wright, Aug. 10 Douglas, Aug. 16 (SR) Evanston, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2

Carthage, May 3 -4 Mineral Wells, May 9 -11 Crockett, May 9-11 Vernon, May 15 - 18 Killeen, May 16 - 18 Jacksonville, May 16 - 18 Decatur, May 24 Bandera, May 24 - 26

Lehi, June 27- 29 Oakley City, July 3 - 6 West Jordan, July 4 -6 Vernal, July 11 -13 Nephi, July 11 -13 Ogden, July 19 - 24 Spanish Fork, July 19 - 24 Spanish Fork, July 20 (XB) Heber City, Aug. 2 - 3 Tremonton, Aug. 21 (SB) Tremonton, Aug. 22 -24 Manila, Aug. 30 - 31 Parowan, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2 Salt Lake City, Sept. 6 - 8 St. George, Sept. 19 - 21 Mona, Sept. 27 - 28 WASHINGTON Yakima, Jan. 11 - 13(CFR) Coulee City, May 25 - 26 Logan, Aug. 8 - 10 Coalville, Aug. 9 -10

Saginaw, May 26 Mesquite, June 1 Gladewater, June 5 Mesquite, June 8

Weatherford, June 11 Cleburne, June 12 - 15 Weatherford, June 12 - 15 Coleman, June 13 - 15 Fort Worth, June 14 - 15 Mesquite, June 15 Big Spring, June 20 - 22 Fort Worth, June 21 - 22 Mesquite, June 22 Pecos, June 26 - 29 Fort Worth, June 28 - 29 Mesquite, June 29 Belton, July 4 - 6 Fort Worth, July 5 - 6 Mesquite, July 6 Fort Worth, July 12 - 13 Mesquite, July 13 Fort Worth, July 19 - 20 Mesquite, July 20 Fort Worth, July 26 - 27 Mesquite, July 27 Dalhart, Aug. 1 - 3 Fort Worth, Aug. 2 - 3 Mesquite, Aug. 3 Bryan, Aug. 9 - 10 Fort Worth, Aug. 9 - 10 Mesquite, Aug. 10 Denton, Aug. 16 - 18 Fort Worth, Aug. 16 - 17 Mesquite, Aug. 17 Fort Worth, Aug. 23 - 24 Mesquite, Aug. 24 Abilene, Sept. 9 Abilene, Sept. 10 - 14 Amarillo, Sept. 18 (SR) Amarillo, Sept. 19 - 21 Buffalo, Sept. 20 - 21 Pasadena, Sept. 20 - 26 Waco, Sept. 23 New Braunfels, Sept. 26 - 28 Stephenville, Sept. 27(SR) Stephenville, Sept. 27 - 29 New Braunfels, Sept. 29

Toppenish, July 5 - 6 Cheney, July 12 -14 Cle Elum, July 26 -27 Omak, Aug. 8-11 Lyden, Aug. 13 -14

Moses Lake, Aug. 15 -17 Kennewick, Aug. 20 -24 Bremerton, Aug. 21 - 23 Bremerton, Aug. 24 (XB) Ellensburg, Aug. 28 Ellensburg, Aug. 30 - Sept. 2 (XB) Walla Walla, Aug. 30 - Sept. 1

Ellensburg, Aug. 31 Puyallup, Sept. 5 - 8 Spokane, Sept. 6 - 7 Othello, Sept. 13 - 14 WISCONSIN Madison, April 12 Merrill, June 7 - 9 Stanley, June 14 - 15 Manawa, July 4 -6 Spooner, July 11 - 13 Medford, July 19 - 20 Wausau, Aug. 3 Mauston, Aug. 14 - 15 WYOMING Casper, Nov. 3, 2018 Torrington, April 26 Torrington, April 27 - 28 Cody, June 30 (XB) Cody, July 1-4 Casper, July 9 - 13 Sheridan, July 9 (SR) Sheridan, July 10 - 13 Laramie, July 11 (XB)

UTAH Barre, Oct. 6, 2018 Barre, Oct. 7, 2018

Heber City, Nov. 1 - 3, 2018 Eagle Mountain, May 24 - 27 Herriman, May 31 - June 1 Moab, May 31-June 2 Delta, June 6 - 8 Monticello, June 13 -15 Pleasant Grove, June 19 - 22

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Co-sanctioned 2019 PRCA/ CPRA rodeos in Canada

Red Deer, Alberta, Jan. 12 Claresholm, Alberta, Feb. 23 Medicine Hat, Alberta, April 5-7 Tofield, Alberta, April 13 Drayton Valley, Alberta, May 3-5 Stavely, Alberta, May 9-11 Coleman, Ontario, May 10 -12 Innisfail, Alberta, May 11 Falkland, British Columbia, May 18-20 Swift Current, Saskatchewan, May 25 Wildwood, Alberta, June 1 (SB) Leduc, Alberta, May 20 - June 2 Grande Prairie, Alberta, May 30 - June 2 Craigmyle, Alberta, June 1-2 Brooks, Alberta, June 7-8 Rocky Mtn House, Alberta, June 7-9 Marwayne, Alberta, June 7-9 Bonnyville, Alberta, June 14 -15 Innisfail, Alberta, June 15-17

Wainwright, Alberta, June 20-23 Sundre, Alberta, June 21-23 High River, Alberta, June 22-23 Ponoka, Alberta, June 25 - July 1 Williams Lake, British Columbia, June 27-30 Airdrie, Alberta, June 28-July 1 Calgary, Alberta, July 2-4 (XB) Coronation, Alberta, July 5-6 Benalto, Alberta, July 5-7 Teepee Creek, Alberta, July 12-14 Morris, Manitoba, July 18-21 Kennedy, Saskatchewan, July 20-21 Medicine Hat, Alberta, July 25-27 Pollockville, Alberta, July 27 (SB) Bonnyville, Alberta, July 27-28 Bruce, Ontario, July 28 High Prairie, Alberta, July 30-31

Strathmore, Alberta, Aug. 2-5 Grimshaw, Alberta, Aug. 3-4 La Crete, Alberta, Aug. 6-7 Jasper, Alberta, Aug. 7-10 Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Aug. 9-11 Pincher Creek, Alberta, Aug. 16-18 Millarville, Alberta, Aug. 23-25 Cranbrook, British Columbia, Aug. 16-18 Armstrong, British Columbia, Aug. 29-31 Merritt, British Columbia, Aug. 31- Sept. 1 Edson, Alberta, Sept. 7 Olds, Alberta, Sept. 13-14 Brooks, Alberta, Sept. 20-21 Hanna, Alberta, Sept. 27-29

Co-sanctioned 2019 PRCA/MRF rodeos in Mexico

Chihuahua, Oct. 6-7, 2018 Corregidora, Oct. 13-14, 2018 Nuevo Laredo, Dec. 1-2, 2018 Chihuahua, March 3 Saltillo, March 17 Chihuahua, March 31

Chihuahua, May 5 Chihuahua, May 26 Matachi, June 23 Madera, June 29 Chihuahua, Sept. 1 Camargo, Sept. 8

Muzquiz, Sept. 15 Guerrero, Sept. 21

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ProRodeo World Records: Earnings

PRCA Career Earnings Leaders (through Dec. 31, 2019) 1. Trevor Brazile.......................................... $6,934,998 2. Cody Ohl......................................................3,510,941 3. Fred L Whitfield.........................................3,228,009 4. Joe Beaver...................................................3,094,415 5. Billy Etbauer...............................................3,015,377 6. Clay O’Brien Cooper................................3,005,031 7. Rich Skelton...............................................2,985,956 8. Bobby Mote................................................2,759,048 9. Will Lowe.....................................................2,683,725 10. Cody Wright...............................................2,628,892 1. Trevor Brazile................$518,011.................. 2015 2. Trevor Brazile .................507,921.................. 2010 3. Trevor Brazile..................494,369.................. 2014 4. Sage Kimzey....................480,797.................. 2019 5. Sage Kimzey....................436,479.................. 2017 6. Clayton Biglow...............427,664.................. 2019 7. Trevor Brazile .................426,010.................. 2013 8. Trevor Brazile .................425,115.................. 2007 9. Trevor Brazile .................419,868.................. 2008 10. Sage Kimzey....................415,263.................. 2018 11. Tim O’Connell.................374,272.................. 2016 12. Tim O’Connell.................371,415.................. 2017 13. Trevor Brazile .................365,293.................. 2011 14. Trevor Brazile .................354,193.................. 2018 15. Zeke Thurston.................347,056.................. 2019 16. Trevor Brazile .................346,779.................. 2009 17. Boudreaux Campbell...344,573.................. 2019 18. Stetson Wright...............342,736.................. 2019 19. Chase Dougherty..........342,099.................. 2018 20. Tuf Cooper.......................341,560.................. 2017 21. Trevor Brazile .................329,924.................. 2006 22. Sage Kimzey ...................327,178.................. 2015 23. Trey Benton III.................322,208.................. 2017 24. Matt Austin .....................320,766.................. 2005 25. Kaycee Feild ...................319,986.................. 2011 26. Tim O’Connell.................319,801.................. 2018 Most Money Won in Single Regular Season (before NFR or NFSR), by Event All-around $282,242, Trevor Brazile, 2015 Bareback Riding $233,504, Clint Cannon, 2009 Steer Wrestling $163,152, Ty Erickson, 2017 Team Roping (Heading) $150,512, Clay Smith, 2019 Team Roping (Heeling) $147,653, Travis Graves, 2010 Saddle Bronc Riding $224,488, Ryder Wright, 2019 Tie-down Roping $190,445, Tuf Cooper, 2017 All-time Single-season Earnings Leaders (not adjusted for inflation)

Bull Riding $297,026, Sage Kimzey, 2018 Steer Roping $89,427, Tuf Cooper, 2018 Most Money Won in Single Year (including NFR), by Event Bareback Riding $425,843, Clayton Biglow, 2019 Steer Wrestling $298,676, Tyler Waguespack, 2016 Team Roping (Heading) $289,921, Clay Smith, 2018 Team Roping (Heeling) $289,921, Paul Eaves, 2018 Saddle Bronc Riding $347,056, Zeke Thurston, 2019 Tie-down Roping $317,421, Marcos Costa, 2017 Bull Riding $480,797, Sage Kimzey, 2019 Steer Roping $142,350, Rocky Patterson, 2016 Most Money Won at a Rodeo $243,269 , bareback rider Clayton Biglow, Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, 2019 (one event) $235,359 , bull rider Sage Kimzey, Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, 2019 (one event) Most Money Won in National Finals Championship Events $298,159 , Trevor Brazile, Wrangler National Finals Rodeo/National Finals Steer Roping, 2015 (TR, TD, SR) Most Money Won at a Regular-Season Rodeo $67,600 , Ryle Smith, Days of ‘47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2017 $61,500 , Sherry Cervi, RodeoHouston, Texas, 2010 $61,500 , Lindsay Sears, RodeoHouston, Texas, 2008 Most Money Won during Cowboy Christmas (Fourth of July week) 1. Trevor Brazile (2011), $39,993 4. Stetson Wright (2019), $35,757 5. Kaycee Feild (2014), $34,483 Most Money Won in Rookie Year $318,631 , Sage Kimzey (BR), 2014 Only Rookie to Win All-Around World Title Stetson Wright, 2019 2. Ty Murray (1999), $37,630 3. Kanin Asay (2007), $36,031

Only Bull Riding Rookies to Win World Titles Bill Kornell, 1963 Sage Kimzey, 2014

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ProRodeo Career Earnings Records (2019 season through 12/31/2019)

55. Tim O’Connell......................1,723,580 56. Jerome Schneeberger......1,715,956 57. Trevor Knowles....................1,715,444 58. Jake Long..............................1,697,224 59. Cash Myers............................1,691,284 60. Riley Minor............................1,650,355 61. Brent Lewis...........................1,649,298 62. Glen O’Neill...........................1,614,860 63. J.D. Yates................................1,602,201 64. Hunter Herrin.......................1,594,397 65. Lee Graves.............................1,593,536 66. Paul Eaves..............................1,560,020 67. Travis Tryan...........................1,559,855 68. Clint Robinson.....................1,524,852 69. Rocky Patterson..................1,521,415 70. Rod Lyman............................1,506,921 71. Ricky Canton........................1,503,092 72. David Key...............................1,494,909 73. Walt Woodard......................1,484,250 74. Bradley Harter......................1,482,315 75. Erich Rogers..........................1,481,397 76. Caleb Bennett......................1,476,023 77. Jesse Wright..........................1,471,334 78. Wesley Silcox........................1,465,819 79. Herbert Theriot....................1,461,832 80. Britt Bockius.........................1,445,054 81. Cade Swor.............................1,429,395 82. Steve Purcella.......................1,427,056 83. Monty Joe Petska...............1,420,294 84. K.C. Jones...............................1,414,973 85. Dee Pickett............................1,414,862 86. Turtle Powell.........................1,413,965 87. Ote Berry...............................1,413,716 88. Marvin Garrett.....................1,407,281 89. Bobby Harris.........................1,383,768 90. Justin Maass.........................1,376,608 91. Matt Sherwood...................1,375,260 92. Junior Nogueira..................1,369,675 93. Scott Snedecor....................1,360,591 94. Larry Sandvick.....................1,354,524 95. Kelly Timberman.................1,354,263 96. Wes Stevenson....................1,352,571 97. Ryan Gray..............................1,350,697 98. Dean Gorsuch......................1,349,048 99. Matt Tyler...............................1,318,118 100. Bobby Welsh.........................1,317,472

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Trevor Brazile......................$6,934,998 Cody Ohl................................3,510,941 Fred L Whitfield...................3,228,009 Joe Beaver.............................3,094,415 Billy Etbauer..........................3,015,377 Clay O’Brien Cooper..........3,005,031 Rich Skelton..........................2,985,956 Bobby Mote..........................2,759,048 Will Lowe...............................2,683,725 10. Cody Wright..........................2,628,892 11. Tuf Cooper............................2,619,840 12. Clay Tryan..............................2,586,172 13. Blair Burk................................2,577,324 14. Dan Mortensen...................2,555,716 15. Kory Koontz..........................2,525,050 16. Luke Branquinho................2,501,439 17. Allen Bach.............................2,474,576 18. Tee Woolman.......................2,449,227 19. Kaycee Feild..........................2,429,036 20. Jake Barnes...........................2,427,408 21. Cody DeMoss.......................2,407,409 22. Rod Hay..................................2,331,475 23. Sage Kimzey.........................2,310,730 24. Cory Petska...........................2,310,255 25. Mike Johnson.......................2,283,045 26. Chad Masters.......................2,260,142 27. Matt Shiozawa.....................2,238,293 28. Luke Brown...........................2,233,726 29. Ryan Jarrett...........................2,200,540 30. Mike Beers.............................2,116,918 31. Roy Cooper...........................2,099,629 32. SpeedWilliams....................2,053,618 33. J.W. Harris..............................1,981,311 34. Patrick Smith........................1,973,212 35. Tyson Durfey........................1,967,267 36. Jesse Bail................................1,946,709 37. Ty Murray...............................1,913,884 38. Todd Suhn.............................1,909,014 39. Jade Corkill............................1,892,550 40. Clint Corey.............................1,876,206 41. Jacobs Crawley....................1,875,139 42. Travis Graves.........................1,868,552 43. Stran Smith...........................1,859,293 44. Curtis Cassidy.......................1,853,410 45. Wade Sundell.......................1,840,940 46. Martin Lucero.......................1,805,233 47. Shane Hanchey...................1,802,889 48. Kaleb Driggers.....................1,790,949 49. Steven Dent..........................1,776,459 50. Brady Minor..........................1,758,744 51. Tom Reeves...........................1,745,962 52. Taos Muncy...........................1,745,419 53. Guy Allen...............................1,732,311 54. Josh Peek...............................1,730,226

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ProRodeo World Records: Times and Scores

Highest Scored Rides Bareback Riding 94 points – Wes Stevenson on Kesler Rodeo’s Cover Girl in Dallas, 2002; Will Lowe on Kesler Rodeo’s Sky Reach in Omaha, Neb., 2003; Ryan Gray on Carr Pro Rodeo’s Grass Dancer in Eagle, Colo., 2009; Tilden Hooper on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Big Tex in Silver City, N.M., 2010; Tim O’Connell on Northcott Macza’s Stevie Knicks in San Angelo, Texas, 2019. 93 points – Joe Alexander on Beutler Bros. & Cervi’s Marlboro in Cheyenne, Wyo., 1974; Bobby Mote on Kesler Rodeo’s Sky Reach in Dallas, 2002; Wes Stevenson on Barnes PRCA Rodeo’s Smokeless Bow Tie in Dallas, 2002; Andy Martinez on Big Bend Rodeo’s Smokeless Spring Fling in Las Vegas, 2004; Ryan Stutes on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Cattle Drive in Texarkana, Ark., 2007; Devan Reily on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Killer Bee in Tucson, Ariz., 2018; Clayton Biglow on C5 Rodeo’s Virgil at the Wrangler NFR, 2018; Orin Larsen on Make Up Face in Cody, Wyo., 2019; Clayton Biglow on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Top Notch in San Angelo, Texas and at the Wrangler NFR on Northcott Macza’s Stevie Knicks, 2019; Caleb Bennett on Northcott Macza’s Spilled Perfume in San Angelo, Texas, 2019; Kaycee Feild on C5 Rodeo’s Virgil in Arlington, Texas, 2020. 93.5 points – Caleb Bennett on Frontier Rodeo’s Gun Fire in Cody, Wyo., 2019. Transport in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, 1979; Glen O’Neill on Franklin’s Airwolf in Innisfail, Alberta, 1996 94 points – Jeremy Harden on Kesler Championship Rodeo’s Cool Alley in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, 2003; Spencer Wright on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Rebel Soul in Austin, Texas, 2015; Zeke Thurston on Calgary Stampede Rodeo’s Special Delivery in Pollockville, Alberta, Canada, 2019. 93.5 – Stetson Wright on Calgary Stampede’s Yesterday’s Delivery in Puyallup, Wash., 2019. Bull Riding 100 points – Wade Leslie on Growney’s Wolfman in Central Point, Ore., 1991 98 points – Denny Flynn on Steiner’s Red Saddle Bronc Riding 95 points – Doug Vold on Franklin’s

Lightning in Palestine, Ill., 1979 97 points – Don Gay on RSC’s Oscar in San Francisco, 1977 Fastest Times (Arena conditions, sizes and scorelines vary) Steer Wrestling 2.2 seconds (without barrier)– Oral Zumwalt in Palm Springs, Calif., 1939 2.4 seconds (with barrier) – Jim Bynum and Todd Whatley in Marietta, Okla., 1955; Gene Melton in Pecatonia, Ill., 1976; Carl Deaton in Tulsa, Okla., 1976 Team Roping 3.3 seconds – Chad Masters/Jade Corkill at the Wrangler NFR Finals Rodeo, 2009; Brock Hanson/Ryan Motes in Nacogdoches, Texas, 2012; Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira at the Wrangler NFR Finals Rodeo, 2017. Ty Blasingame/Cody Hintz and Kelsey Parchmann/Manny Egusquiza Jr. in Salt Lake City (EnergySolutions Arena), 2010; Luke Brown/Kollin VonAhn in Salt Lake City (Utah State Fairpark), 2015; Kaleb Driggers/ Junior Nogueira in Kissimmee, Fla. (Silver Spurs Arena), 2016; Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira in Redding, Calif. (Redding Rodeo Grounds), 2017; Kal Fuller/ Kasper Roy in Bremerton, Wash. (Thunderbird Arena & Stadium), 2019. 3.4 seconds – JoJo LeMond/Randon Adams at Wrangler NFR Finals Rodeo, 2009; Tie-down Roping 5.7 seconds – Lee Phillips in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, 1978 (did not leave box) 6.3 seconds – Ricky Canton in Strathmore, Alberta, 2005 6.5 seconds – Cody Ohl at Wrangler NFR Finals Rodeo, 2003; Clint Robinson in Amarillo, Texas, 2004; Ryan Jarrett in Omaha, Neb., 2014

Steer Roping

7.7 seconds – Cody Scheck in Fort Smith, Ark., 2012

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ProRodeo World Records: Most World Titles in One or More Events

25

Trevor Brazile

14 all-around, 1 team roping (heading), 3 tie-down roping, 7 steer roping

18 16 11 10

Guy Allen

18 steer roping

Jim Shoulders Dean Oliver Everett Bowman

5 all-around, 4 bareback riding, 7 bull riding

3 all-around, 8 tie-down roping

2 all-around, 4 steer wrestling, 3 tie-down roping, 1 steer roping 6 all-around, 2 steer wrestling, 1 tie-down roping

9

Tom Ferguson

Ty Murray Casey Tibbs Joe Beaver Roy Cooper

7 all-around, 2 bull riding

2 all-around, 1 bareback riding, 6 saddle bronc riding

8

3 all-around, 5 tie-down roping

1 all-around, 6 tie-down roping, 1 steer roping

Don Gay

8 bull riding

Larry Mahan

6 all-around, 2 bull riding

Don McLaughlin

5 tie-down roping, 3 steer roping

Rich Skelton

8 team roping

Harry Tompkins FredWhitfield SpeedWilliams

2 all-around, 1 bareback riding, 5 bull riding

1 all-around, 7 tie-down roping

8 team roping 7 team roping 7 team roping

7

Jake Barnes

Clay O’Brien Cooper Toots Mansfield Dan Mortensen Homer Pettigrew Smoky Snyder

7 tie-down roping

1 all-around, 6 saddle bronc riding 1 all-around, 6 steer wrestling 2 bareback riding, 5 bull riding

6

Louis Brooks Sage Kimzey Bill Linderman

2 all-around, 2 bareback riding, 2 saddle bronc riding

6 bull riding

2 all-around, 1 bareback riding, 1 steer wrestling, 2 saddle bronc riding

Cody Ohl

1 all-around, 5 tie-down roping

Everett Shaw Joe Alexander

6 steer roping

5

5 bareback riding 5 steer wrestling

Luke Branquinho

Leo Camarillo

1 all-around, 4 team roping

Clay Carr

2 all-around, 1 saddle bronc riding, 2 steer roping

Billy Etbauer Lewis Feild Bruce Ford

5 saddle bronc riding

3 all-around, 2 bareback riding

5 bareback riding

Phil Lyne

2 all-around, 2 tie-down roping, 1 steer roping

4

Eddy Akridge

4 saddle bronc riding 4 team roping 4 steer wrestling 4 tie-down roping 4 steer wrestling

Allen Bach Ote Berry Clyde Burk Jim Bynum

Leo Camarillo Tuf Cooper Kaycee Feild Marvin Garrett Dick Griffith J.W. Harris Clint Johnson Pete Knight Bobby Mote Rocky Patterson Jim Rodriguez Jr. Johnie Schneider Scott Snedecor Shoat Webster Brad Gjermundson

4 team roping

1 all-around, 3 tie-down roping

4 bareback riding

4 saddle bronc riding 4 saddle bronc riding

4 bull riding 4 bull riding

4 saddle bronc riding 4 saddle bronc riding

4 bareback riding

4 steer roping 4 team roping

1 all-around, 3 bull riding

4 steer roping 4 steer roping

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ProRodeo World Records: Most World Titles by Event

Combination of Events: 25 Trevor Brazile Single Event: 18 Guy Allen, steer roping All-Around: 14 Trevor Brazile 7 Ty Murray 6 (tie), Tom Ferguson and Larry Mahan Consecutive All-Around: 10 Trevor Brazile, 2006-15 Bareback Riding: 5 (tie), Joe Alexander and Bruce Ford 4 (tie), Eddy Akridge, Marvin Garrett, Bobby Mote, Jim Shoulders and Kaycee Feild 6 Homer Pettigrew 5 Luke Branquinho 4 (tie), Ote Berry, Everett Bowman and Jim Bynum Consecutive Steer Wrestling: 4 Homer Pettigrew, 1942-45 Team Roping: 8 SpeedWilliams and Rich Skelton 7 Jake Barnes and Clay O’Brien Cooper 4 (tie), Allen Bach, Leo Camarillo and Jim Rodriguez Jr. Consecutive Bareback Riding: 5 Joe Alexander, 1971-75 Steer Wrestling:

Consecutive Team Roping: 8 SpeedWilliams and Rich Skelton, 1997-2004 Saddle Bronc Riding: 6 (tie), Dan Mortensen and Casey Tibbs 5 Billy Etbauer 4 (tie), Brad Gjermundson, Clint Johnson and Pete Knight Consecutive Saddle Bronc Riding: 4 Casey Tibbs, 1951-54 Tie-down Roping: 8 Dean Oliver 7 (tie), Toots Mansfield and FredWhitfield 6 Roy Cooper Consecutive Tie-down Roping: 5 tie), Dean Oliver, 1960-64; Roy Cooper, 1980- 84 Bull Riding: 8 Don Gay 7 Jim Shoulders 5 Smokey Snyder and Harry Tompkins Consecutive Bull Riding: 6 (tie) Jim Shoulders, 1954-59; Sage Kimzey, 2014-19 Steer Roping: 18 Guy Allen

7 Trevor Brazile 6 Everett Shaw

Consecutive Steer Roping: 11 Guy Allen, 1991-2001

Other World Title Records

Triple Crown Winners ThreeWorld Titles in One Year Clay Carr (AA, SB, SR), 1930 LeonardWard (AA, BB, SB), 1934 Everett Bowman (AA, SW, TD), 1935, (AA, TD, SR), 1937

Cowboys with World Championships in Four Categories Everett Bowman (AA, SW, TD, SR) Bill Linderman (AA, BB, SW, SB) Trevor Brazile (AA, TR-hdr, TD, SR)

Youngest World Champions Ryder Wright, saddle bronc rider, 2017, at age 19 Jim Rodriguez Jr., team roper, 1959, at age 18 Ann Lewis, barrel racer, 1968, posthumously, at age 10 Oldest World Champion Mary Burger, barrel racer, 2016, at age 68 Ike Rude, steer roper, 1953, at age 59

Louis Brooks (AA, BB, SB), 1944 Bill Linderman (AA, SW, SB), 1950 Casey Tibbs (AA, BB, SB), 1951

Harry Tompkins (AA, BB, BR), 1952 Jim Shoulders (AA, BB, BR), 1956-58 Roy Cooper (AA, TD, SR), 1983 Trevor Brazile (AA, TD, SR), 2007; (AA, TR, TD), 2010

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Past World Champions 1929-2019 by name

Brooks, Louis

6

1942 (BB), 1943 (2-AA, SB), 1944 (3-AA, BB, SB)

Aber, Doff

2 1 1 4 5

1941, 1942 (both SB)

Adams, Randon Adams, Roy Akridge, Eddy Alexander, Joe

2008 (TR-hlr)

1933 (TR)

Brown, Doug Brown, Freckles Bruce, Winston

1 1 1 1 1 2 4

1969 (BR) 1962 (BR) 1961 (SB) 1962 (BB) 2016 (TR)

1953-55, 1961 (all BB)

1971-75 (all BB)

Allen, Guy

18 1977, 1980, 1982,

Buell, Ralph

1984, 1989, 1991-2001, 2003-04 (all SR) 1959 (TD), 1967 (SR)

Buhler, Jeremy Burchett, Shaun

1987-88 (both SR)

Altizer, Jim Bob Ambler, Jerry Appleton, Dave Arnold, Walter Ashworth, Ted Austin, Matt Arnold, Art

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4

Burk, Clyde

1936, 1938, 1942, 1944 (all TD) 1949, 1959-60 (all BB) 1954, 1958, 1961, 1963 (all SW)

1946 (SB) 1988 (AA) 1968 (TR) 1969 (SR) 1958 (TR) 2005 (BR)

Buschbom, Jack

3 4

Bynum, Jim

Call, Kenny

1 1 5

1978 (SR) 1969 (TR)

Camarillo, Jerold Camarillo, Leo

Bach, Allen

1979, 1990, 1995, 2006 (all TR-hlr) 1985-89, 1992, 1994 (all TR-hdr [tie]) 1985 (TD), 1987 (TD), 1988 (TD), 1992 (TD), 1993 (TD), 1995 (AA), 1996 (AA), 2000 (AA)

1972 (TR), 1973 (TR), 1975 (2-AA [tie], TR), 1983 (TR)

Barnes, Jake

7

Campbell, Dave

1 3

1946 (SW)

Beaver, Joe

8

Carney, Paul

1937 (BB), 1939 (2-AA, BB) 1930 (3-AA, SB, SR), 1933 (AA), 1940 (SR) 1942 (TR [tie]), 1955 (TR)

Carr, Clay

5

Bedell, Chad Beers, Mike Beloat, Arthur Bennett, Hugh Berger, Bobby Biglow, Clayton Blesing, Wag Block, Leonard Bonine, J.C. Boucher, C.R. Bowman, Everett Berry, Ote

1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1

1996 (SW)

Castro, Vern

2

1984 (TR [tie])

1931 (TR)

Castro, Vic

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1942 (TR [tie])

1932 (SW), 1938 (SR)

Chaney, Murphy Charters, Harry Collins, Jeffrey Combs, Benny Combs, Willard Conley, Lawrence

1944 (TR) 1959 (SW) 2000 (BB) 1955 (SW) 1957 (SW) 1935 (TR)

1979 (SB)

1985, 1990-91, 1995 (all SW)

2019 (BB) 1947 (BR)

1943 (TR [tie])

Cooper, Clay O’Brien 7

1985-89, 1992, 1994 (all TR [tie])

1977 (SB) 1964 (SW)

Cooper, Jimmie

1 8

1981 (AA)

10 1929 (TD), 1930 (SW), 1933 (SW), 1935 (3-AA, SW, TD), 1937 (3-AA, TD, SR), 1938 (SW)

Cooper, Roy

1976 (TD), 1980 (TD), 1981 (TD), 1982 (TD), 1983 (3-AA, TD, SR), 1984 (TD) 2011-12, 2014 (TD), 2017(AA) 1955-56 (both SB)

Bowman, John

3

1933 (SR), 1936 (2-AA, SR)

Cooper, Tuf

4

Bradford, Bucky

1 1 5

1976 (TR [tie])

Copenhaver, Deb Copenhaver, Jeff Corey, Clint Corkill, Jade Costa, Marcos Cowan, Norman Crawley, Jacobs

2 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 3

Bradley, Rick

1976 (SW)

1975 (TD) 1991 (BB)

Branquinho, Luke

2004, 2008, 2011-12, 2014 (all SW)

2012-14 (TR)

Brazile, Trevor

24 2002 (AA), 2003 (AA), 2004 (AA), 2006 (2-AA,

2017 (TD) 1930 (TR) 2015 (SB)

SR), 2007 (3-AA, TD, SR), 2008 (AA), 2009 (2-AA, TD), 2010 (3-AA, TR, TD), 2011 (2-AA, SR); 2012 (AA), 2013 (2-AA, SR), 2014 (2-AA, SR), 2015 (2-AA, SR), 2018 (AA), 2019 (SR)

Cure, Hunter Custer, Cody Davis, Jerome

2013, 2015 (both SW)

1992 (BR) 1995 (BR)

Davis, Jim

1985-86 (both SR) 1965, 1967-68 (all SB) 1964, 1966, 1968 (all SR)

Davis, Shawn Davis, Sonny

Brister, Jim Brock, Dave

1 1

1947 (TR) 1978 (TD)

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