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Bradley Bynum


Events: Tie-Down Roping
Born: 6/1/1983 Colorado City, Texas
Joined PRCA: 2003
PRCA Career Earnings: $233,355.00
World Titles Won: 0
WNFR Qualifications: 1 (2012)
Current Residence: Sterling City, Texas

2013 world standings place: 44th
2013 earnings: $30,630
Education: South Plains College (Levelland, Texas); Tarleton State University (Stephenville, Texas)

Professional
2014 Highlights
• Won the Southwestern International PRCA Rodeo (El Paso, Texas)
• Won the all-around at the Llano (Texas) PRCA Rodeo, Sept. 28
Career Highlights
• 2013: Won the Wind River PRCA Rodeo Roundup (Riverton, Wyo.); the Eagle (Colo.) County Fair & Rodeo and Utah's Own Rodeo (Salt Lake City). Co-champion at the Chief Joseph Days (Joseph, Ore.) and the Rowell Ranch Rodeo (Hayward, Calif.)
• 2012: Won Round 8 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 7.2 seconds, tied for first place in Round 9 in 6.9 and placed in two other rounds; moved from 14th to seventh in the final world standings on the strength of earning $66,109 at his first WNFR. Won the Greeley (Colo.) Stampede and the Santa Maria (Calif.) Elks Rodeo. Finished seventh in the world standings with $132,949
• 2011: Won the Brooks (Alberta) Kinsman Rodeo and the Elk City (Okla.) Rodeo of Champions; missed first five months of the season after breaking left kneecap in three places at Cheyenne (Wyo.) in 2010. Finished 128th in the world standings with $7,444
• 2010: Co-champion at the Georgia National Junior Livestock Show & Rodeo (Perry); finished 76th in the world standings with $14,474
• 2009: Won the Ute Stampede (Nephi, Utah) and the Silver State Stampede (Elko, Nev.); finished 69th in the world standings with $16,972
• 2008: Earned $7,917
• 2007: Won the Mesquite (Texas) Championship Rodeo; earned $6,815
• 2006: Earned $5,049
• 2005: Finished 47th in the world standings with $22,845
• 2004: Finished 77th in the world standings with $14,171
• 2002: Won the Lea County Rodeo (Lovington, N.M.) and West of the Pecos (Pecos, Texas) while on his permit; earned $5,696

Amateur
Twice qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo, 1999, 2002; qualified for College National Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping as a freshman at South Plains College, 2003 

Personal
6-3, 205 … Single … Father, Tommy, runs the family ranch in Sterling City, Texas, and mother, Cindy, works in sales for The Maverick Fine Western Wear store in Fort Worth; older sister, Terra Bynum, is a barrel racer who qualified for the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo three times (2006-08) and trains barrel racing horses … They are distant relations of Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame steer wrestler Big Jim Bynum … Graduated from Snyder (Texas) High  School in 2002 … Other occupations are ranch day work and horse training … Enjoys hunting with friends and doing leatherwork … Travels with Jerrad Hofstetter … Primary competition horse is Jig, who he trained himself … Rodeo contestant he most admires is his sister … Credits his dad with getting him started in the sport and neighbor Randy Ogden for giving him great horses to ride when he was starting out. “They have both been behind me from the beginning,” Bynum says … Favorite rodeo is “any of them that have fresh calves.” … Favorite film is Lonesome Dove, but is a big fan of all Westerns
 
 
 
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