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Stetson Jorgensen

Events: Steer Wrestling
Born: 7/6/1993 Blackfoot, Idaho
Joined PRCA: 2015
PRCA Career Earnings: $249,941.00
World Titles Won: 0
Wrangler NFR Qualifications: 1 (2019)
Current Residence: Blackfoot, Idaho

2019 world standings place: 3rd
2019 Wrangler NFR standings place: 6th    
2019 Wrangler NFR earnings: $107,026
2019 earnings: $197,246
Education: Central Wyoming College (Riverton)

2020 Highlights
• Won the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo (Denver, Colo.)
• Won the Wilderness Circuit Finals Rodeo (Heber City, Utah) 
Career Highlights
• 2019: Made his Wrangler National Finals Rodeo debut, finished third in the world standings and sixth in the average. He placed in four rounds and won Round 7 in 3.4 seconds. He earned $107,026 at he Wrangler NFR. Won the NILE Pro Rodeo (Billings, Mont.), the RAM Wilderness Circuit Finals Rodeo (Heber City, Utah) and the Golden Spike Rodeo (Tremonton, Utah). Co-champion at the Mountain Valley Stampede Rodeo (Heber City, Utah), the Red Bluff (Calif.) Round-Up, the Annual Fourth Of July Celebration (Window Rock, Ariz.) and the Mountain Valley Stampede Rodeo (Heber City, Utah) 
• 2018: Won the Gem State Classic Pro Rodeo (Blackfoot, Idaho) and the River City Rodeo (Omaha, Neb.). Finished the season ranked 38th in the world standings with $37,601. 
• 2017: Did not compete
• 2016: Won the YMBL Championship Rodeo (Beaumont, Texas); the Springville (Calif.) Sierra Rodeo and the Days Of The Old West Rodeo (Delta, Utah). Finished the season ranked 77th in the world standings and fifth in the rookie standings with $15,095.
• 2015: Won the Wyoming State Fair & Rodeo (Douglas). Finished the season ranked 26th in the RAM Rodeo Permit Standings with $1,739.
• 2014: Did not compete
• 2013: Won $147 on his permit.
• 2012: Won the Steamboat Springs (Colo.) Pro Rodeo, Aug. 18. Won $1,911 on his permit. 

• Won the Idaho High School State Finals Rodeo for bull riding in 2011. 
• Won the steer wrestling for the Central Rocky Mountain Region during freshman year of college in 2012. 

6-1, 220 … Single … Father, Mark; mother, Peggy; brother, Justin, and sisters Kori and Bobbie ... Is the youngest of four … Runs his own trucking company … Graduated from Blackfoot (Idaho) High School with a class of about 210 students in 2011 … Nickname is Jorgo … Competed at his first rodeo when he was 2 years old, his dad held on to him while he rode a sheep … All of his siblings competed in college rodeo, but he is the first one to go pro … Considers the San Antonio rodeo in 2019 to be his most challenging one since the size of it made him nervous before competing … RodeoHouston was his favorite rodeo before he even got a chance to compete there because the crew made him feel welcomed … Looks up to Jason Miller … Aims for consistency when competing  Enjoys snowboarding and fishing… Listens to all genres of music, with 90s Country as the most frequent … Favorite movie is “Lone Survivor” 
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