Meet the 2020 NFR Athletes - Timber Moore

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BY BRETT NIERENGARTEN

Timber Moore had not won a single dollar in 2020 before San Antonio, but he left there with $13,397 to his name and a clear path to his seventh NFR.

He ended up qualifying in ninth place in the tie-down roping world standings with $53,168.

Moore finished second overall in San Antonio and tied one in less than 7 seconds in the semifinals.

TIMBER MOORE - 6.9 SECONDS IN SAN ANTONIO

After San Antonio, Moore’s next big stretch came over the Independence Day Cowboy Christmas run. He finished sixth in Cody, Wyoming to earn $3,198 and sixth in Killdeer, North Dakota to earn $1,527.

A few weeks later, Moore earned $2,605 for one of his three rodeo wins. This one came in Spanish Fork, Utah.

Two weeks after that, he notched another rodeo win in Lawton, Oklahoma when he stopped the clock at 8.6 seconds. He earned $4,666 there for sharing the buckle with Marty Yates and Kyle Lucas.

Moore also won the McCone County Fair Rodeo in Circle, Montana.

TIMBER MOORE - 8.1 SECONDS IN SPANISH FORK, UTAH

This year is Moore’s first Wrangler NFR appearance since 2017, but he did qualify in five consecutive years from 2013-2017.

His best career finish is ninth in 2013 and the most money he’s won a single year is $149,452 in 2015. He finished 10th that year.

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