Chase Brooks Has Strong Finish to Regular Season to Cinch Sixth NFR

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On top of earning his sixth National Finals Rodeo qualification, Montana’s Chase Brooks crossed the $1 million dollar earnings mark in the 2023 regular season.

After placing in the last four Go-Rounds, incuding splitting the Round 10 win of the 2022 NFR, and ending his 2023 regular season with a win, Brooks is used to strong finishes lately.

This year, he enters the NFR the ninth-ranked saddle bronc rider in the PRCA as he looks to continue his streak of Top 10 finishes that dates back to 2018.


RodeoHouston, $25,500

In Super Series 2, Brooks placed in all three Go-Rounds to end up the No. 2 cowboy going on to the Semifinals with $4,500. An 86 in the Semifinals aboard Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Dirty Jacket landed him in the Finals where an 87-point ride on Cervi Championship’s Ed Bishop would be worth $20,000 and second place.


San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, 90.5 points

In the Finals, Brooks put big numbers on the board with a great matchup when he drew NFR bucking horse, Larry Culpepper of Pete Carr Pro Rodeo. His highest marked ride of the year split second in the Finals. He brought home a total of $14,250 from San Antonio.

BigFork Summer ProRodeo (Montana), 89 points

Brooks’ second highest marked ride of the season came in his home state just after Cowboy Christmas. Aboard No. 278 of Big Bend Rodeo’s, Brooks cinched the win by two full points and added over $2,500 to his earnings.


150th Silver Spurs Rodeo (Florida), 88 Points

Brroks rode Resistol’s Wild Valley for the win as part of a stretch in which he won a check on seven straight rides.

Rodeo Rapid City PRCA Xtreme Bronc Match (South Dakota), 84.5 Points

Brooks’ ride on Burch Rodeo’s Professional Lunatic put him on top of the leaderboard by half a point over Weston Patterson.

Omaha River City Rodeo (Nebraska), 84 Points

Brooks brought in a payday of over $3,500 when he rode the Cervi Brothers’ Panther for 84 points in Nebraska. He tied with Brody Cress for his first of four wins in the final 10 days of the season.

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