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Trevor Brazile 2014

Trevor Brazile

All-Around, Steer Roping

The legend of Trevor Brazile continued to grow in 2014, as the man known as the King of the Cowboys won two more gold buckles. Even at age 38, Brazile showed no sign of slowing down, easily claiming his record ninth consecutive all around world championship and earning his fifth steer roping world title.
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Kaycee Feild 2014

Kaycee Feild

Bareback

Kaycee Feild’s goal is to be known as the best bareback rider ever, and the 28-year-old took another step toward that claim in 2014. The Spanish Fork, Utah, cowboy with the practically perfect riding form won his fourth consecutive gold buckle last year, along with his fourth straight average title at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – an unprecedented double in any event.
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Luke Branquinho 2014

Luke Branquinho

Steer Wrestling

Winning a fifth steer wrestling gold buckle was not among Luke Branquinho’s expectations at the 2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.  Branquinho didn’t quite know what to expect from himself in Las Vegas because he arrived at the Wrangler NFR after sitting out 20 weeks of rodeo competition while recovering from surgery to repair the latissimus dorsi muscle under his right arm, which he had injured the previous July at California Rodeo Salinas.
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Clay Tryan 2014

Clay Tryan

Team Roping (Heading)

Clay Tryan and Jade Corkill were the best team ropers in the world in 2014 – start to finish. The cowboys not only captured their second consecutive world championship as a team – it was each man’s third gold buckle overall – but they were the top pair in both the regular season and the 10-night Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
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Jade Corkill 2014

Jade Corkill

Team Roping (Heeling)

Jade Corkill’s three consecutive heeling gold buckles put him into an elite class. Since 1994 – the first year in which both header and heeler world championships were declared – only one heeler has won as many as three consecutive world titles: Rich Skelton, who had eight in a row from 1997-2004. The magnitude of the achievement is something that even a great roper like Corkill has a hard time grasping.
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Spencer Wright 2014

Spencer Wright

Saddle Bronc

As Spencer Wright walked away from the arena after his victory lap on the final night of the 2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the 23-year-old saddle bronc rider looked like he had seen a ghost. And who could blame the Wrangler NFR rookie for the frozen expression on his face as he slowly walked up the tunnel? He had just completed one of the most stunning come-from-behind wins in rodeo history.
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Tuf Cooper 2014

Tuf Cooper

Tie-Down Roping

Tuf Cooper learned a hard lesson in 2013, but it helped him win another gold buckle in 2014. The two-time tie-down roping world champion (2011-12) suffered through a disappointing Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2013 and let the chance to win a third consecutive gold buckle slip through his grasp as he finished fourth in the world standings.
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Sage Kimzey 2014

Sage Kimzey

Bull Riding

Sage Kimzey will have to build a new trophy case to hold all the awards he earned during the 2014 rodeo season. The 20-year-old bull rider from Strong City, Okla., put together one of the finest rodeo seasons not only in his event’s history, but in all of rodeo history. Kimzey earned $318,631 and ran away with not only the world title, but also the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo average buckle, as well as the PRCA Resistol Rookie of the Year award and the RAM Top Gun truck.
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