Josh Frost Proudly Carries on the Family Legacy

Josh Frost comes from a long line of successful rodeo athletes and he is carrying on the family legacy.

“When I think of family time I think of rodeo,” Frost said.

Ever since he was little, Frost always wanted to be a bull rider just like his dad. Growing up on a cattle ranch meant there was always something to get on and from the age of four, Frost knew where he was heading in life and that was always to a rodeo.

“I said I wanted to be a bull rider so my dad did everything he could to help me be successful and we kept practice steers or practice bulls around. We would go to the sale barn every Friday and anything that looked like it might be a bucking bull, we’d buy it,” he said.

Frost has come up the ranks from junior high, high school, college rodeo and now competing on the biggest stage for that iconic Gold Buckle.

“I’m proud to be a Frost. I’m proud to know that I come from a long line of successful cowboys in general,” he said.

Frost currently sits No. 2 in the World Standings and we will see him in Las Vegas this December.

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