Luke Brown

Name and Hometown: Luke Brown, Rock Hill, South Carolina

14-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Qualifier

Joined PRCA: 1998

Regular Season Earnings: $97,752

Starting 2023 NFR in 15th place

Major regular season wins –

• Rodeo Austin (Texas), $12,114
• Greeley (Colorado) Stampede, $7,899
• Horse Heaven Roundup Rodeo (Kennewick, Washington), $5,076
• Washington State Fair Rodeo (Puyallup), $5,763
• Governor’s Cup Rodeo (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), $6,000

Fun Facts about Luke: He’s back. After a string of 13 consecutive Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifications, Luke is back for number 14. It came after a two-year absence. He barely missed 2021 finishing the season in 17th place. Last year he teamed up with Hunter Koch and finished outside the top 30. He and Hunter have stayed the course and will be roping together in the Thomas and Mack Arena where Luke will be after his fourth NFR championship for having the fastest time on ten head. The last time he qualified for the NFR he started in first place. This year he squeaked in at 15th finishing the regular season $1,067 ahead of Brenten Hall. The only way for Luke to go is up and he will have his parents, wife Lacy and daughter Libby cheering him on. He grew up and competed in high school rodeos in South Carolina. Then moved to Texas and went to college at Howard College in Big Spring. They now live near Stephenville.

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