Trevor Brazile By: Kylie Adams

The King Of The Cowboys, aka: Trevor Brazile, has one more gold buckles than anyone in all of rodeo. Trevor grew up with his parents, Jimmy and Glenda Brazile. His father Jimmy was also a pro when he rodeoed. Trevor started roping and riding at a early age. He went to West Texas for college but he dropped out to join the PRCA (professional rodeo cowboys association) in 1996.

In 1998, he went to the NFR in team roping. He has been to everyone now that he is 18. He won his first all around title in 2002 and more in 03-04 and 06-09. In 06 & 07, he won the team roping titles with his partner(heeler) Patrick Smith and in 2010 he won his calf roping title.

He is married to his wife, Shada Brazile who also is a pro barrel racer and has a son (Treston Brazile: age 9) and a daughter (Style Brazile: age 7).

In 2010, Trevor was the first ever to qualify in 4 events at the NFR including: Team roping Heading and healing, Tie down roping, and Steer roping.
In all of his years being at the NFR, he had won $211,509 in all. And since he had joined the PRCA, he had won $4.5 million dollars. Trevor Brazile has one more money than any cowboy in the history of rodeo.
He is truly, The King Of The Cowboys.

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~SHEINELLE, JONES, and WELKER KRISTEN. "He Is Known As The King Of The Cowboys, Trevor Brazile At Age Thirty-Nine Has Won More Gold Buckles Than Anyone In All Of Rodeo." Today Show (NBC) (n.d.): Newspaper Source Plus. Web. 9 Jan. 2017.

~Erik, Gregersen. "Brazile, Trevor." Britannica Biographies (2012): 1. History Reference Center. Web. 9 Jan. 2017.

~Mustari, Samuel G. "Trevor Brazile ready for roping finals at Stampede rodeo." Greeley Tribune (CO) 06 July 2013: Newspaper Source Plus. Web. 9 Jan. 2017.

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