Binion Cervi on Womanizer Being Named the 2020 Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year


On the final night of the Heart of Texas Rodeo in Waco, Janie Johnson caught up with Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Binion Cervi — who had daughter Reagan in tow — congratulating him on CC’s Womanizer being named the 2020 Saddle Bronc Horse of the Year, which was announced Friday afternoon.

This marks the first time a Cervi horse has earned a Horse of the Year title since 1980 — 40 years.

The award is chosen by the cowboys — the top saddle bronc riders in the world voting on who they think the title should go to each year.

“That’s an honor when they chose your horse,” says Cervi. “She’s made a lot of money for some cowboys. ... If they draw her, they should either buck off or win first, we’re hoping, and that’s what’s happened this last year the few time’s that she has got to buck.”

On Facebook, Cervi wrote:

Thank you to everyone for your love and support of this special horse. This morning he is grazing out in the pasture in Stoneham without a care in the world. For him, today is just another day. But, that is what makes these animal athletes so incredible. They always come just as they are - pure instinct, heart and natural, God-given ability. If only we all could be just a little more like them each day!

We are thrilled to see him honored with this Stock of the Year award. Thank you!


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