7-year-old bay gelding
SIRE: Night Jacket
2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
Dusty LaValley scored 81 points and failed to place during the fifth round.
2009 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
D.V. Fennell scored an 86.5 to finish in a tie for third place in the 10th round.
Matt Bright scored 87 to win the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo, the fourth straight year a cowboy won that rodeo with an 87 on Dirty Jacket.
Will Lowe finished in a tie for second place at the West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo with an 86.
Will Lowe scored 88 points to split the victory at the Silver Tour’s Lea County Fair and Rodeo.
Wes Stevenson scored 85 points to finish in a tie for fifth place at the Eagle County (Colo.) Fair and Rodeo.
Jason Havens marked 87 to split the final-round victory at the Justin Boots Championships in Omaha, Neb.
Steven Anding had an 87 to finish second in the final round at the All American ProRodeo Finals in Waco, Texas.
Will Lowe finished second at the Silverton (Texas) Buck Wild Days Rodeo with an 85.
R.C. Landingham placed with an 83 at the Lea County Fair & Rodeo in Lovington, N.M.
Steven Dent scored 87 to finish second
The West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo, while Tom McFarland’s 83 was good enough for eighth place.
Will Lowe scored 87 points to win the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo, while Joe Gunderson’s 86 on Dirty Jacket finished second.
Bobby Mote won a go-round at RodeoHouston.
Dirty Jacket has carried winner each of the last four years at the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo.
“They win a lot on him,” said Pete Carr, owner of Carr Pro Rodeo. “Last year was the first year that we put some pressure on him, and he was selected to be part of the TV pen at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He is really fun to flank, and he looks really fun to ride for the first four or five jumps, he just jumps in the air.
“He is really electric when he leaves the chute. He jumps up in the air and extends everything he can, kicks and just hangs there and stalls out for three or four jumps then moves on out. He is young, but so far he has proved he can take it.”
“That horse just bucks,” said D.V. Fennell of Neosho, Mo., who rode Dirty Jacket to an 86.5 in the 10th round of the 2009 NFR. “He leaps in the air and shows off. He’s not just a dead easy hopper, but he’s a mix between a hopper and a bucker. He’s the one that you want.”
“That horse likes that arena a lot,” three-time world champion Will Lowe said. “He just likes to buck. He’s such a good horse. He’s in the TV pen at the NFR, so you know he’s the one guys want to get on.”