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Guy Allen


Events: Steer Roping, Team Roping
Born: 9/5/1958 Chousatta, La.
Joined PRCA: 1976
PRCA Career Earnings: $1,727,533.00
World Titles Won: 18 (1977, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1989, 1991-01, 03-04)
WNFR Qualifications: 0
Current Residence: Santa Anna, Texas

2016 world standings place: 15th
2016 NFSR standings place: 13th
2016 NFSR earnings: $11,734
2016 earnings: $41,108
NFSR qualifications: 33 (1977-2008, 2016)
NFSR average titles: 5 (1989, 1991, 1997, 2000, 2004)
NFSR rounds wins: 47
Education: Ranger (Texas) College, Sul Ross State University (Alpine, Texas)

Professional
2016 Highlights
• Won Round 5 and placed in two rounds to rank 13th at the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping
• Won the Ron Ross Memorial Steer Roping
• Won the Inter-State Rodeo (Coffeyville, Kan.)
Career Highlights
• 2015: Finished 22nd in the world standings with $23,312
• 2014: Finished 92nd in the world standings with $1,341
• 2013: Did not compete
• 2012: Won the Austin County Fair & Rodeo (Bellville, Texas); finished 61st in the world standings with $4,372
• 2011: Won the Ellensburg (Wash.) Rodeo; finished 27th in the world standings with $14,704
• 2010: Won the Lea County Fair & Rodeo (Lovington, N.M.); finished 23rd in the world standings with $17,143
• 2009: Won the Cowboy Capital of the World Pro Rodeo (Stephenville, Texas); finished 18th in the world standings with $23,047
• 2008: Won Round 3 of the National Finals Steer Roping (Hobbs, N.M.)  in 9.8 seconds and placed second in Round 4. Won the Laramie (Wyo.) Jubilee Days and the Amarillo (Texas) Tri-State Fair & Rodeo. Finished 10th in the world standings with $40,898
• 2007: Won the Amarillo (Texas) Tri-State Fair Rodeo and Nebraska’s Big Rodeo (Burwell). Finished sixth in the world standings with $42,052
• 2006: Won the Ellensburg (Wash.) Rodeo and Rodeo Killeen (Texas); finished fourth in the final world standings with $44,666
• 2005: Missed winning his 19th world title by a mere $1.67, to Scott Snedecor. This was the closest single-event race in the history of the PRCA for a world title. Allen finished the year with $69,380. Won the Sonora (Texas) Outlaw Pro Rodeo, Nebraska’s Big Rodeo (Burwell, Neb.), the Sheridan (Wyo.) Rodeo, the West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo, Rodeo Killeen (Texas), the SandHills Stock Show and Rodeo (Odessa, Texas) and the San Angelo (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo
• 2004: Extended his PRCA record for world steer roping titles to 18, highlighted by his record fifth average victory at the National Finals Steer Roping, an event he has qualified for 28 consecutive times, also a record; set NFSR earnings record with $26,582. Won a total of $86,644 in 2004; won Junction (Texas) Twist Off Pro Rodeo, Will Rogers Stampede (Claremore, Okla.), Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo (Vernal, Utah), Deadwood (S.D.) Days of ’76 Rodeo and the Dodge City (Kan.) Roundup Rodeo
• 2003: Won his PRCA-record 17th world title, the most in PRCA history in any event; qualified for record consecutive 27th consecutive National Finals Steer Roping. Won the Walker County Fair & Rodeo (Huntsville, Texas) and the Sheridan (Wyo.) Rodeo; tied his own world record with a 7.9-second run in winning a round at the Deadwood (S.D.) Days of '76 Rodeo
• 2002: Qualified for record 26th consecutive National Finals Steer Roping; won the Beef Empire Days Rodeo (Garden City, Kan.); the Deadwood (S.D.) Days of '76 Rodeo and the Walker County Fair & Rodeo (Huntsville, Texas)
• 2001: Won 16th world steer roping title, tying Jim Shoulders for the most world titles in PRCA history; broke own record for consecutive world titles (11)
• 2000: Won NFSR average title, his fourth, en route to winning 10th consecutive world steer roping title; set PRCA single-round record with 7.9-second run in Duncan, Okla.; won the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo
• 1998: Set PRCA steer roping single-season earnings record ($99,132); won the Pendleton (Ore.) Round-Up
• 1997: Won third NFSR average title
• 1996: Won Texas Circuit year-end steer roping title (also 1989-91 and 1995)
• 1994: Won Prairie Circuit steer roping (also 1992-93) and all-around titles (also 1993)
• 1991: Won second NFSR average championship
• 1990: Missed winning world title by $85, finishing second in world standings to Phil Lyne
• 1989: Won first NFSR average championship; won Texas Circuit title
• 1983: Finished second to Roy Cooper in final world standings
• 1981: Finished second to Arnold Felts in final world standings
• 1977: Won first world steer roping title, becoming youngest steer roping champion (19) in PRCA history

Awards
Horse Two D Ole Man (nickname Jeremiah) was voted PRCA/AQHA Steer Roping Horse of the Year four times (1999-01, 2004)

Personal
6-2, 205 ... Daughters, Cigi and Sadie ... Hobbies include golf and ranching...Nickname is "Legend" that he got from Tee Woolman, fellow steer roper and team roper ... Graduated from Santa Anna High School with 26 people ... Started rodeo in 1961 and his first PRCA competition was in 1976 ... His father, James, and mother, Ann, are ranchers and he has two brothers and a sister. His father and brother Gip are members of the PRCA ... He joined his father and brother at the 1983 NFSR as contestants, the first father-son-son tandem in event history … Favorite sports team is the Kansas City Chiefs ... Rodeo idol is Sonny Davis 
 
 
 
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