Often referred to as the “Michael Jordan of rodeo,” Trevor Brazile can appreciate the comparison.
Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Commissioner Karl Stressman was upbeat and optimistic at his annual “State of the PRCA” news conference at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo press room inside the Thomas &Mack Center on Tuesday afternoon.
There must be something in the water in Milford, Utah. Or more specifically, something in the water at Bill and Evelyn Wright’s house.
Barrel racer Michele McLeod overcame a distinct disadvantage this season en route to qualifying for the National Finals Rodeo for the second straight year.
Unlike many pro athletes, members of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association don’t receive a guaranteed salary. They need to compete often — and fare well — to earn a living in the sport.