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Cody Cassidy


Events: Steer Wrestling
Born: 6/26/1981 Bashaw, Alberta
Joined PRCA: 2004
PRCA Career Earnings: $248,060.00
World Titles Won: 0
WNFR Qualifications: 1 (2010)
Current Residence: Donalda, Alberta

2016 world standings place: 32nd
2016 earnings: $32,640

Professional
2017 Highlights
• Won the San Patricio County PRCA Rodeo (Sinton, Texas)
• Won the Moose Mountain Pro Rodeo (Kennedy, Saskatchewan)

Career Highlights
• 2016: Won the Grande Prairie (Alberta) Stompede
• 2015: Won the Sundre (Alberta) Pro Rodeo, the Spring Break Up Pro Rodeo (Dawson Creek, British Columbia), the Hand Hills Lake Rodeo (Craigmyle, Alberta), the North Peace Stampede (Grimshaw, Alberta) and the Oldstoberfest (Olds, Alberta). Finished 42nd in the world standings with $22,894
• 2014: Won the Goliad (Texas) County Fair PRCA Rodeo. Co-champion at the Moose Mountain ProRodeo (Kennedy, Saskatchewan) and the Jasper (Alberta) Heritage Rodeo. Finished 35th in the world standings with $32,567
• 2013: Won the Williams Lake (British Columbia) Stampede; the Moose Mountain ProRodeo (Kennedy, Sask.) and the North Peace Stampede (Grimshaw, Alberta). Finished 43rd in the world standings with $27,266
• 2012: Won the Elks Pro Rodeo (High Prairie, Alberta) and the North Peace Stampede (Grimshaw, Alberta). Finished 40th in the world standings with $27,435
• 2011: Won the Okotoks (Alberta) ProRodeo; co-champion at the Mighty Fraser Rodeo (Abbotsford, British Columbia); co-champion at the Hand Hills (Alberta) Lake Stampede; co-champion at the Lea Park Rodeo (Marwyane, Alberta). Finished 51st in the world standings with $21,880
• 2010: Placed in six of 10 rounds at the Wrangler NFR en route to a third-place finish in the average in his NFR debut. Won the $50,000 Shootout Round at RodeoHouston and a total of $52,650, one year after his older brother Curtis managed the feat. Cody and Curtis both rode the family's famous horse, Willy, to the victory; finished fifth in the world standings with $155,567
• 2009: Won the Farm-City Pro Rodeo (Hermiston, Ore.); the Ponoka (Alberta) Stampede and the Canadian Finals Rodeo (Edmonton, Alberta). Finished 34th in the world standings with $35,019
• 2008: Won the Brooks (Alberta) Kinsmen Rodeo; the Ponoka (Alberta) Stampede; the Moose Mountain Rodeo (Kennedy, Saskatchewan); the Okotoks (Alberta) Pro Rodeo and the Canadian Finals Rodeo (Edmonton, Alberta)
• 2007: Won the Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) Stampede and the Bonnyville (Alberta) Pro Rodeo
• 2004: Won the Calgary (Alberta) Stampede
• Qualified for the Canadian Finals Rodeo seven times (2003-09)
Personal
6-2, 200 … Wife, Tanya (married on Sept. 18, 2009) … Father, Greg is a former Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA) president and mother, Margaret, is a secretary. Greg, competed in steer wrestling, winning the Calgary Stampede three times and the Canadian National Finals four times; he was inducted into the Canadian Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 2015 ...  Older brother, Curtis, is a four-time qualifier for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo as a steer wrestler; he also is a Canadian champion and has won the Calgary Stampede … Works as an outfitter when not on the rodeo road … Enjoys hunting and fishing … Primary competition horse through 2010 was family-owned Willy (the family retired Willy after the Wrangler NFR), who has carried four cowboys to steer wrestling world championships – Rope Myers (2001), Lee Graves (2005), Jason Miller (2007) and Luke Branquinho (2008).
 
 
 
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