Jesse Boss Reflects on Debut Year as he Claims Top Spot in the Resistol Rookie Race

Rookie team roper Jesse Boss reflects on his path to success, from permit finals victory to leading the Resistol Rookie Race, as he prepares for the Resistol Rookie Roundup

Jesse Boss, the standout rookie in team roping on the heading side, shares insights into his journey and upcoming ventures during his debut year on his PRCA card.

Boss’ path to success began with a victory in the permit finals, earning him a spot at Rodeo Houston. Despite being just 21, Boss’ strategic approach and family support have propelled him forward.

Currently preparing for the Resistol Rookie Roundup, Boss is eager to compete alongside fellow rookies as he sits No. in the Resistol Rookie Race with over $10,000 in earnings.

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