Kincade Henry Looks to Make it Two Straight Top 10 Finishes at Age 21

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Kincade Henry is set to make his second appearance inside the Thomas & Mack this December at just 21-years-old after finishing No. 9 in 2022.

He enters the 2023 NFR in the very same position with a total of $127,481 in the regular season.


Cinch Playoffs Governor’s Cup (South Dakota), $11,500

Henry made three runs of 8.2 seconds or faster at the $1 million Playoff Finale, including a run of 7 flat to win the Semifinals. He earned $9,000 of his $11,500 for advancing to the Finals, where he competed alongside fellow Top 10 tie-down ropers Shad Mayfield, Westyn Hughes and Caleb Smidt.

Utah Days of ’47 Rodeo, $8,750

Henry split the win in the Fourth Performance of Utah Days of ’47 Rodeo with Reid Zapalac as they each turned in a run of 8.4 seconds, qualifying the cowboys for the Gold Medal Round. An 8.3-second run locked Henry into the Silver Medal in Salt Lake City behind one of his mentors, Shane Hanchey.

Guymon Pioneer Days (Oklahoma), $6,595

Henry then finished out at No. 3 in the Average with a time of 27.4 seconds on three head which paid $4,100. He won the rest of his money in Guymon for an 8.1-second run that put him third in Round 3.


National Western Stock Show and Rodeo, 7.4 seconds

Henry turned in his second fastest run of his season early on in Denver when he stopped the clock in 7.4 seconds to claim the No. 2 spot in the Final Round. Henry finished just two tenths of a second behind fellow Texas cowboy Riley Webb who claimed the championship. Henry took home $3,625 in earnings at the National Western, all from his run in the Finals.


Home Of Champions Rodeo (Montana), 8.1 Seconds

Henry kicked off the month of July with a win in Red Lodge, Montana with an 8.1-second run. The check of a little over $5,000 was the largest of four worth more than $2,500 he pulled over Cowboy Christmas.

Rooftop Rodeo (Colorado), 22.0 Seconds on Two

Consistency paid off for the Texas cowboy as he split the No. 1 position in the Average at the Rooftop Rodeo with Tyler Boxleitner after turning in an total time of 22.0 seconds flat on two head to take home a total of $4,065 in Estes Park.

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