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Cody Hancock


Events: Bull Riding
Born: 6/20/1975 Show Low, Ariz.
Joined PRCA: 1998
PRCA Career Earnings: $1,135,173.00
World Titles Won: 1 (2000)
WNFR Qualifications: 7 (2000-02, 2004, 2007-09)
Current Residence: Taylor, Ariz.

2015 world standings place: n/a
2015 earnings: n/a
Tour Finale titles: 4
    Winter: 2002-03
    Summer: 2001, 2004
Tour Finale qualifications:  9
    Winter: 2001-02, 2004, 2006
    Summer: 2000-01, 2003-04
    Championship: 2004 (unable to compete due to injury)
DNCFR qualifications: 6 (1999-01, 2003, 2007-08)
Education: College of Southern Idaho (Twin Falls)

Professional
Career Highlights
• 2014: Won La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros (Tucson, Ariz.). Finished 122nd in the world standings with $6,770
• 2012-13: Did not compete
• 2011: Finished 298th in the world with $258
• 2010: Finished 179th in the world standings with $3,586
• 2009: Won Round 9 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo with an 89.5-point ride on Lancaster & Pickett's Balistic. Won the Seminole Xtreme Bulls Hard Rock Tour championship after winning the Tour finale in Ellensburg, Wash. Won the Eagle County Fair & Rodeo (Eagle, Colo.). finished 14th in the world standings with $83,622
• 2008: Placed in three of 10 rounds at the Wrangler NFR, including a second-place finish in Round 4. Finished 12th in the world standings with earnings of $98,661. Won the Greeley (Colo.) Independence Stampede; the Elizabeth (Colo.) Stampede; the Mountain Valley Stampede (Heber City, Utah) and the Horse Heaven Round-Up (Kennewick, Wash.)
• 2007: Won the Dodge Turquoise Circuit Finals (Las Cruces, N.M.); the World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo (Payson, Ariz.); the Colorado State Fair & Rodeo (Pueblo, Colo.); the Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.) and the Eddy County Pro Rodeo (Carlsbad, N.M.)
• 2006: Won the average title at RodeoHouston and co-champion at the Helzapoppin’ PRCA Rodeo (Buckeye, Ariz.). Won the Wrangler ProRodeo Tour Round and average titles at Rodeo Austin (Texas) and was the rodeo’s top money winner
• 2005: Won the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo; the Canyonlands Rodeo (Moab, Utah) and the Angelina County Benefit Rodeo (Lufkin, Texas). Co-champion at the Payson (Ariz.) Spring Rodeo; won the average title at the Clovis (Calif.) Rodeo after having his right ear ripped off by Russell Rodeo’s bull Wino during the Xtreme Bulls competition; finished the year 19th in the world with $61,700
• 2004: Won Wrangler Tour round and average title at the Laughlin (Nev.) River Stampede. Semifinalist at Winter Tour Finale (Las Vegas). Won Tour Round and average titles at the Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo (Vernal, Utah), setting an arena record with a 95-point ride on Sammy Andrews Rodeo Company’s Rompus. Won the Tour Championships (Dallas) after winning the final round with a 91.5-point ride on Rafter H Rodeo’s Drifter. He also tied for the win in Round 2 after matching up with Andrews Rodeo Company’s Rompus for 84.5 points. Won the Desert Thunder Pro Rodeo (Tucson, Ariz.). Had to withdraw from competition at the Wrangler NFR in Round 4 due to an abdominal muscle injury. Won the year-end title in the Turquoise Circuit. Finished the year 10th in the world with $106,968
• 2003: Finished 19th in the world standings with $63,038 and 13th in the Xtreme Bulls Tour standings. Scored 89 points on Kerby’s Hatchet Jack in the semifinals and 86 points on Slash T’s Snake Eater in the finals to finish second at the Xtreme Bulls event in Salt Lake City and had a 91-point ride  on Cervi’s Johnny Walker Red in the semifinals at Waco. Won the Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition (Surrey, British Columbia)
• 2002: Won the Winter Tour Finale (Las Vegas); the bull riding bronze medallion at the Olympic Command Performance Rodeo (Farmington, Utah); was ranked third in the world with $126,903 in season earnings
• 2001: Won both the winter and summer ProRodeo Tour Finales; set a Wrangler NFR arena record that still stands with a 96-point ride on Diamond G Rodeo’s Mister USA. Won the Dixie National Rodeo (Jackson, Miss.); was ranked second in the world with $165,338
• 2000: First roughstock cowboy in PRCA history to rally from No. 15 spot at Wrangler NFR to win a world championship; won Turquoise Circuit year-end title and the Dodge Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo title; co-champion at Redding (Calif.) Rodeo; earned $139,583
• 1999: Won the Dixie National Rodeo (Jackson, Miss.) and the Strathmore (Alberta) Heritage Day Rodeo

Amateur
National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Rocky Mountain Region all-around and bull riding champion, 1998. Arizona State bareback riding champion, 1992-93 and bull riding champion (1993)

Personal
5-5, 145 … Wife, Rinda; daughters, Tyree, Trysten and Tayle … Hobbies include riding colts … Served a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints mission in Philadelphia for a year before getting serious about rodeo … Traveled to New York City on Oct. 5, 2002, to appear on NBC’s Weekend Today show for its Fall Festival on the Plaza. He showed hosts Soledad O’Brien and the late David Bloom how to ride a mechanical bull … His dad, Ray, is a former bull rider on the Turquoise Circuit and his brother, Wyatt, is a PRCA bareback rider, and his first cousin is team roper Matt Sherwood … Hancock’s college coach was three-time World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider Shawn Davis … His hometown of Taylor, Ariz., staged a Cody Hancock Day on Dec. 11, 2000, after his win at the Wrangler NFR and there is a plaque honoring him at Taylor Rodeo Park ... Hancock has a highly respected bucking stock program
 
 
 
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