PRCA’S TOP BAREBACK RIDER EVER – KAYCEE FEILD

A. Professional Bio

Kaycee Feild is a renowned professional rodeo cowboy who has achieved grounded achievement in the sport of saddle bronc riding. Born on June 16, 1987, in Payson, Utah, Kaycee comes from a family with a rich rodeo heritage. Both his father and grandfather were prominent rodeo performers, paving the way for his own impressive career.

From an early age, Kaycee exhibited immense talent and passion for rodeo. He began competing as a teenager and quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with. In 2005, he won the National High School Finals Rodeo in saddle bronc riding, showcasing his exceptional skills at a young age.

Kaycee’s rodeo career continued to flourish in college, where he competed for Utah Valley University. He earned the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) saddle bronc riding title in 2007, solidifying his status as one of the most promising rodeo athletes of his time.

After completing his college rodeo career, Kaycee turned professional and joined the ranks of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). In 2011, he experienced a breakthrough season, capturing his first PRCA World Champion title in saddle bronc riding. This victory served as a testament to his dedication and immense talent, firmly establishing him as one of the elite saddle bronc riders in the world.

Kaycee’s success did not stop there. He went on to win three more PRCA World Champion titles in saddle bronc riding in 2012, 2014, and 2015, cementing his status as a dominant force in the sport. These consecutive wins showcased his consistency and ability to perform at an exceptionally high level year after year.

In addition to his PRCA achievements, Kaycee has also excelled in other prestigious rodeo events. He has consistently performed at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR), the sport’s pinnacle event, qualifying numerous times and securing multiple first-place finishes in saddle bronc riding.

Throughout his career, Kaycee has been recognized with numerous awards and accolades. In 2011, he received the PRCA Saddle Bronc Riding Rookie of the Year award, highlighting his exceptional debut season. He has also been honored with the PRCA’s Saddle Bronc Riding Horse of the Year award multiple times, a testament to his ability to connect with and ride the finest bucking horses in the sport.

Kaycee Feild’s career accomplishments have solidified his place among the all-time greats in rodeo history. His exceptional talent, consistency, and dedication have led him to become a four-time PRCA World Champion in saddle bronc riding, an achievement that few rodeo athletes can boast. His legacy in the sport will undoubtedly inspire future generations of cowboy athletes, leaving a lasting impact on the world of rodeo.

B. Career Stats

Amateur Career: 2008, Won the National College Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.

NFR Wrangler Qualifications: 13 (2018-22, 2008-15)

World Championships: 6 (2020-21, 2011-14)

Highlights from 2022:

  • Global classification: 2nd
  • NFR Wrangler classification: 3rd
  • NFR Wrangler income: $185,348
  • Total rewards: $316,490

Highlights from 2023:

  • Winner, the Darby in Montana’s Qualifier for Bareback
  • 1st place, the Oakley Independence Day Rodeo in Oakley City, Utah
  • Champion, the Fiesta Days Rodeo in Spanish Fork, Utah
  • Winner, the Wing & Barrel Western Days in Sonoma, California.

C. Life Bio

Kaycee Feild is stands at 5-9 and weighs 170 pounds. He is married to Stephanie Calentine, and they tied the knot on July 31, 2012. The couple has three children, namely Chaimberlyn Dawn, Remingtyn Kay, and Huxyn Lewis. Feild has a variety of hobbies, including snowmobiling, hunting, roping, and fishing. He comes from a rodeo background as his father, Lewis Feild, was a five-time PRCA world champion and a member of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame.

Feild has a brother named Shad and a sister named Maclee. Some of his other interests include enjoying Mexican food, watching the NBA’s Utah Jazz, playing pranks on his travel partners, and the movie “Step Brothers”. He considers his father to be his rodeo idol. In addition to his rodeo career, Feild also participated in the Wrangler Patriot Tour, where he visited U.S. troops in Kuwait, Iraq, and various stateside locations from 2010 to 2015.

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