Trevor Brazile has clinched his 10th all-around world championship.
He and partner Patrick Smith scored a 4.3-second run to finish third in team roping’s fifth go-round. That check worth $10,895 scooted his annual earnings to $284,197. Bobby Mote is second in the all-around standings with $146,017.
If Mote were to win out, he’d still fall $73 short of Brazile’s current total.
That marks Brazile’s seventh straight all-around gold buckle, a record. It is also his 17th overall buckle, another record for multi-event cowboys. He trails steer roping legend Guy Allen in the most world titles – Allen owns 18.