Clint Cannon , Bronc Rider


Clint Cannon hasn’t been riding horses long. He was a football college star who was going to go pro until he had a accident. So, he was getting out of college and decided he need something else to do. His dad had been in rodeo for quite awhile but never did realize all the winnings he wanted, although he was at it for 20 years. He is a PRCA Gold card member.


2009 Highlights

• Won RodeoHouston

• Won the Red Bluff (Calif.) Roundup

• Won the Dodge Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo (Waco)

• Won the Pioneer Days Rodeo (Clovis, N.M.)

• Won the Sundrie (Alberta) Pro Rodeo

• Won the Jasper (Texas) Lion Benefit Rodeo

• Won the Austin County Fair & Rodeo (Bellville, Texas)

• Won the Bell County PRCA Rodeo (Belton, Texas)

• Co-champion at the Washington Parish Free Fair Rodeo (Franklinton, La.)

• Won the all-around title at the Okeechobee (Fla.) Cattlemen’s Spring Rodeo

Career Highlights

• 2008: Won average title at the Pasadena (Texas) Livestock Show and Rodeo; missed 8 1/2 months of the season with a shoulder injury

• 2007: Won titles at the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo, Beef Empire Days PRCA Rodeo (Garden City, Kan.) and Canby (Ore.) Rodeo; was co-champion at California Rodeo Salinas; finished 16th in the final standings with $58,740

• 2006: Won the Harris County Fair & Rodeo (Houston, Texas); co-champion at the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show & Rodeo (Mercedes, Texas)

• 2005: Co-champion at the Conroe (Texas) Lions Rodeo; won the Southwestern Heritage Days (Deming, N.M.); won the Fourth of July Youth Celebration and PRCA Pro Rodeo (Window Rock, Ariz.); won the Big Spring (Texas) Cowboy Reunion & Rodeo

• 2004: Won title at Ski-Hi Stampede (Monte Vista, Colo.) with 92 points

• 2003: Co-champion at Ellensburg (Wash.) Rodeo; finished the year 21st in the world with $48,903


PRCA Bareback Riding Rookie of the Year, 2003

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