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$265,496
CAREER EARNINGS

2020 Earnings:
$59,477

 
16th
2020 World Standings


 

Born: March 26, 1980
Residence:
Caldwell, Idaho
Joined the WPRA:
2015
Horse:
 Shu Fire (12-year old mare) – Sire: Dash Of Royal Gold/Dam: Fire Water Flyer
World Titles:
0
Wrangler NFR Qualifications:
2 (2018, 2020*)
RNCFR Qualifications:
1 (2018 season, 2019 event)
*was a replacement athlete

Professional


2020 Highlights 

• Replaced Dona Kay Rule at the 2020 Wrangler NFR as a result of COVID-19 protocols. Added $21,000 to earnings and placed in one round.
• Won Gooding (ID) Pro Rodeo
• Won the West Texas Fair & Rodeo (Abilene, TX)
• Won the Sitting Bull Stampede (Mobridge, SD)
• Won the Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo (Kalispell, MT)
• Won Sand & Sage Roundup (Lamar, CO)
• Co-champion at Utah’s Own Rodeo at the Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City)
• Finished in a tied for second at the Pony Express Rodeo (Eagle Mountain, UT)

Career Highlights 

2019 - Finished the year ranked 20th with $64,064. Won the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show (Union, OR), the Clovis (CA) Rodeo and the first round at RNCFR and finished second in the average

2018 - Finished the year ranked 14th with $88,342; Won Oakley City (Utah) Independence Day Rodeo, the Cache County Fair and Rodeo (Logan, Utah), the Jerome (Idaho) County Fair & Rodeo and the Sheriff’s PRCA Rodeo (San Bernardino, Calif.). Finished third at Red Bluff (Calif.) Round-Up. Finished second at Golden Spike Rodeo (Tremonton, Utah) and at the Farm City Pro Rodeo (Hermiston, Ore.)

Personal


Husband, Jake (professional reined cow horse trainer); daughters, Shawny and Sierra…Grandfather is the late PRCA Hall of Fame rodeo clown Gene Clark, who fought bulls at the first Wrangler NFR…Grew up on a cattle ranch…Her and her husband train between 25 and 30 outside horses each year…Qualified for 2018 and 2020 NFR aboard Famous Cool Whip, which was raised by Jessie from her high school and college rodeo mare. She lost Famous Cool Whip "Cool Whip" (10 -year old sorrel gelding) - Sire: Dash Ta Fame/Dam: Had A Kanita, on August 6, 2021 following a suspected aneurysm during their run in slack at Heber City, Utah. Shu Fire is owned by Connie McCormmach.

 

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