Trevor Brazile is closing in on his record eighth all-around world championship. He’s simply phenomenal, and he’s fun to watch.
He’s also one of two men to have qualified for the National Finals in all four roping disciplines, joining Dale Smith. This season, he competed at the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping, where he earned more money than anybody else. In three weeks, he’ll be at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, where he’ll compete as a tie-down roper and header in team roping. That’s fairly normal for Brazile.
But what year did he qualify for the NFR in heeling?
Kelli Wright / November 23, 2010
Ted Harbin / November 23, 2010
That’s a very nice guess, Kelli. That year he qualified for the National Finals in three events, steer roping, tie down roping and team roping. In 2003, his team roping partner was Wayne Folmer, a heeler.
The year Trevor qualified for the NFR in heeling, his header was J.P. Wickett.
debbie browning / November 24, 2010
back in 1998
Ted Harbin / November 24, 2010
Debbie Browning is our winner. Congratulations to Debbie.