Brady Minor has had a PRCA card for the last two decades. For the past two decades, he has experienced the ups and downs of a ProRodeo season, and he hopes his recent accomplishments will carry over into the summer race.
Brady and his brother Riley have struck gold in Redding, California, and Coulee City, Washington, in the last two weeks. Brady has risen to the Top 15 of the PRCA roping heeler team | RAM World Standings as a result of his recent success.
Brady, a 12-time Wrangler Rodeo National Finals qualifier, admitted, “To be honest, we haven’t been to a lot of rodeos here lately.” We basically went to those two rodeos and we were lucky enough to win a round in Redding, California, which was a rodeo (NFR Playoff Series) that helped us out a little bit.
Last week, we were lucky enough to cash another check at a smaller loop rodeo an hour and a half from my house and were able to add a little more to our winnings.
Minor will try to make back-to-back Finals appearances in 2022. While they are off to a fantastic start this year, he believes the season will ultimately come down to the next three months of rodeo.
All we have to do now is maintain a consistent win rate for the rest of the year. According to Minor, the Reno Rodeo is when the rodeo really begins. We have attended 20 rodeos in the last five months and will attend 55 in the next three months.
Summer is a busy time, and the more big rodeos we win, the less time we have to go to the farther ones, allowing us to spend more time at home.
Minor understands that it won’t be easy, but he is looking forward to the challenge of the summer race.
So are the things. He said, “You know, I always tell people if they don’t bring you the NFR, you have to go.” You cannot wish to be there while sitting at home.
The other cowboys who made it to the PRCA Top 15 | RAM world rankings are listed below here.
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