Kincade Henry

Name and Hometown: Kincade Henry, Mount Pleasant, Texas

1-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Qualifier

Joined PRCA: 2020

Regular season Earnings: $101,946

Starting 2022 NFR in 15th place

Major regular season wins –

• Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, $5,200
• San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, $9,000
• Rodeo Houston, $9,250
• San Angelo (Texas) Rodeo, $7,720
• St. Paul (Oregon) Rodeo, $5,781

Fun Facts about Kincade: A great winter got Kincade’s season off to a great start. He finished last year’s standings in 18 th narrowly missing the WNFR. That lit a fire in him. He was also competing at college rodeos for Panola College in Carthage, Texas. In June he became the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association champion tie-down roping, then started concentrating on the PRCA. Kincade’s journey on the rodeo trail has been highly influenced by the late R.E. Josey, who taught Kincade’s father, Chad, to rope. Chad taught his children who then also went on to benefit from further lessons from R.E. and his wife Martha Josey. Kincade’s parents both qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo and a highlight this year was having his sister, Keely competing in the breakaway roping at the CNFR. A highlight for Keely was watching her brother win his first national title and she along with the rest of the family will be in the stands cheering on their favorite tie-down roper.

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