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Cody Cabral


Events: Steer wrestling
Born: 6/30/1989 Hilo, Hawaii
Joined PRCA: 2011
PRCA Career Earnings: $165,957.00
World Titles Won: 0
WNFR Qualifications: 1 (2016)
Current Residence: Hilo, Hawaii

2016 world standings place: 13th
2016 WNFR standings place: 7th
2016 WNFR earnings: $45.962
2016 earnings: $101,331 
RNCFR qualifications: 1 (2016)
Education: Waiakea High School (Hilo, Hawaii)

Professional
2017 Highlights

• Won the Cave Creek (Ariz.) Rodeo Days
• Co-champion at the Deadwood (S.D.) Days of 76 Rodeo

Career Highlights

• 2016: Placed in four rounds of the Wrangler NFR to rank seventh in the average. Won the RAM Columbia River Circuit Finals Rodeo (Yakima, Wash.), the Roots N Boots Queen Creek (Ariz.) Pro Rodeo and the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo
• 2015: Won La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros (Tucson, Ariz.). Finished 56th in the world standings with $19,654
• 2014: Won the Central Point (Ore.) Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo and the Eugene (Ore.) Pro Rodeo. Finished 79th in the world standings with $14,385
• 2013: Finished 78th in the world standings with $14,657
• 2012: Caribou County Fair & Rodeo (Grace, Idaho). Finished 90th in the world standings with $12,142

Amateur
• Qualified for the National High School Finals in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Qualified for the National College Finals Rodeo in 2010 and 2011

Personal
6-5, 215 … Parents, Al and Nancy Cabral; is the youngest out of his brothers: Todd, Jeff and J.C. … Dad (Al) is a retired powerline inspector and mom (Nancy) is in real estate … Nicknames are Pineapple and Flyin’ Hawaiian – Pineapple because he is from Hawaii and Flyin’ Hawaiian because he often jumps over rodeo entertainer JJ Harrison … Started competing in rodeo when he was 6 or 7 years old because his older brother, J.C., competes in team roping … Graduated from Waiakea High School with a class of about 215 students in 2007 … Graduated from college in Walla Walla, Washington, in 2011 and majored in welding and rodeo … Works as a “jack of all trades,” including welding, plumbing, irrigation and horseshoeing, says “if it pays, I can do it” … Travels with steer wrestlers K.C. Jones, Ross Mosher and Juan Alcazar … For fun while traveling he likes to give Juan grief, go to water parks, go golfing and play cards … Does not have any superstitions, says “if you have something lucky, then you’ll have something unlucky” … Owns a 10-year-old American Quarter Horse named Little Time whom he says is a nice steer wrestling horse … Says his best rodeo was in Redding, Calif., in 2016 and his most challenging was in Logandale, Nev., when he tore his pectoral muscle in 2015 … Favorite rodeo is Pendleton, Ore., because he went to college nearby and says “it’s an exotic rodeo unlike anywhere else” … Works out when not traveling and prefers to do free weights … Favorite foods are hamburgers, steak and rice … Favorite movie is “8 Seconds” … Favorite music is ‘90s country, George Strait and Garth Brooks … Says his rodeo idol is K.C. Jones 
 
 
 
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