Vin Fisher is a roping machine from a roping family. Now a 10-time qualifier to the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping, the West Texas cowboy again is within reach of the coveted, yet elusive, World Championship.
Fisher, who is joined in the field by his father, Dan, and little brother, J. Tom, is fifth in the world standings. Yet, he knows the truth: Vin needs an outstanding NFSR if he’s going to walk away from the Lazy E with the gold buckle.
Since his first qualification in 2002, Vin Fisher has missed the finale just twice in his career. That’s just further proof of his excellence in the arena. Fisher has quite a history of excellence, too. Over the course of his 13-year career, he has laid claim to titles at some of the most prestigious and historic rodeos in the land.
Now he’d like to run the gamut over the two-day championship. He’d like numerous round wins and an average championship, which will give him a good shot at the gold buckle. Now you get to watch him chase that dream.