Four-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier and the Resistol 2016 PRCA Bull Riding Rookie of the Year earned $61,417.12 in 2020 and enters Globe Life Park as the No. 7th ranked bull rider for the 2020 PRCA National Finals Rodeo.
The 24-year-old bull rider from Plymouth, Idaho, made 30 qualified rides out of 65 or 46 percent. Jarboe’s Highest marked ride was 93 points on Magic Poison (Frontier) to win the Dodge City Rodeo Round-Up in August. His average ride score for the season was 82.7.
“If you have a dream, then chase it. Don’t cheat yourself and always put forth 100 percent. “
In 2019 Jarboe, missed NFR qualification and finished the year in 28th place and earnings of $52,025.
2018 was Jarboe’s highest NFR ranking (4th) for the regular season qualification. He would go on to place in four rounds to rank fourth in the average with 404 points on five head at the NFR. He finished sixth in the world standings with $213,801. His strong finish and NFR qualification is noteworthy, considering he missed three months of the season after injuring his back on March 21 following an 87-point ride on Andrews Rodeo’s F1 at Rodeo Austin (Texas). Jarboe left the rodeo trail and returned home after he was diagnosed with a broken L3 vertebra.
“My back gets pretty sore now and again, but I think, in the long run, I will be all right.”
Jarboe finished ninth in the PRCA 2017 World Standings earning a total of $156,855 and placing in three rounds of the NFR, earning $53,154. He was second in round one with an 87point ride on 3070 Braggin Rights (Honeycutt) for a check worth $20,731. Fifth in round six, earning $7,615 with 71 points on 2031 Undercover (Big Rafter Rodeo). In round seven, he was 84 points on 077 Salty Dog (Pickett) and finished third with $15,654.
In 2016, his rookie year and NFR debut, he won round 2 and placed in two rounds to rank no.11 in the average and finished ninth in the World Standings with $149,765.
The 5’11, 145-pound bull rider joined the PRCA in 2015, where he earned $20,058 while competing on his PRCA permit. In 2015 he received $1,975 on his PRCA permit. He also competed in the PBR Touring Pro division from 2014-2016.
Jarboe began his career at eight years old.
“I’ve basically lived and breathed bull riding my whole life.”
Jarboe, a past Oregon high school bull riding champion and a two-time National High School Finals Rodeo qualifier.
Courtesy of TuffHedemanBullRiding.com