Bryce Davis was just 5 years old the first time his father, Jim, won the Steer Roping World Championship. That was in 1985.
Now Bryce is back in the field at the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping at the Lazy E Arena. Like his daddy, Bryce Davis has done pretty well inside this facility. He won the average championship in his first qualification in 2009.
After missing the championship a year ago, Davis returns with his mind set on making a statement. He’s earned $32,560 this season, and he’s done so in a round-about way; he collected checks by placing at events all across the country. He earned victories in Ellensburg, Wash., and Sterling, Colo.
In addition to his powerful pedigree, Davis packs a bucket load of talent. A man can’t qualify for this championship four times without it.
Now he’s ready to showcase that talent; he’s in the right place to do it.