Brody Cress

Name and Hometown: Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyoming

6-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Qualifier

Joined PRCA: 2014

Regular Season Earnings: $182,645

Starting 2022 NFR in 3rd place

Major regular season wins –

• Brad Gjermundson Extreme Broncs (New Town, North Dakota), $10,591
• Texas Circuit Finals (Waco), $9,488
• San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, $9,500
• La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Tucson, Arizona), $5,968
• Rodeo Houston, $6,250
• San Angelo (Texas) Cinch Chute Out, $7,500
• Battle of the Best (Coarsegold, California), $16,052
• World Famous Miles City (Montana) Bucking Horse Sale Matched Xtreme Bronc Ride, $14,214
• Casey Tibbs Match of Champions Xtreme Broncs (Fort Pierre, South Dakota), $5,042
• Calgary (Alberta) Stampede, $15,000
• Snake River Stampede (Nampa, Idaho), $7,377
• Xtreme Broncs Finals (Rapid City, South Dakota), $23,059

Fun Facts about Brody: His career is nothing short of remarkable. Three years after joining the PRCA, he qualified for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and left with the average title finishing the season second in the world standings. He went to his home in Texas where he was attending Tarleton State University and immediately got back to work. The next year saw him having the expected success, then a broken leg sent him home to recover in time for the WNFR. He finished the 2018 season in 12th. That is the lowest he has ever been since his first WNFR. He finished second in 2019 and the past three years finished third. That’s where he’s starting this year and for the newly engaged Wyoming cowboy, there is no place to go but up. Brody relies on the lessons he learned while wrestling in high school to keep him on his mental game and keep his body in shape. His fiancée has opened a wellness studio and fitness will be a joint effort.

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