World Championship Junior Rodeo Contestant Bronc Evans Looks Forward to Competition in the Lazy E Arena

Bronc Evans shares insights into his journey, his passion for the sport, and how he balances school with life on the road

At just thirteen years old, Bronc Evans is already making waves in the world of rodeo. Ranked number one in the All-Around, this young team roper is gearing up for his second appearance at the 2024 World Champion Junior Rodeo in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

Evans shares insights into his journey, his passion for the sport, and how he balances school with life on the road.

“Well, there’s so many things going on with youth rodeo right now is growing so much. With the WCRA I feel like that’s really helping a lot of kids get into the sport of rodeo and helping the next generation,” Evans said.

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