Cactus Ropes’ Cowboys Collect Almost 3/4-Million Dollars at WNFR

Pleasanton, TX (December 20, 2010)—Trevor Brazile undoubtedly secured himself as a rodeo legend at the 2010 WNFR. On his way to beating Ty Murray’s record for All-Around titles and the season earnings record for team roping, Trevor Brazile collected 39 titles throughout the year, and this while also becoming the third person in history to win multiple triple crowns. He earned over a half-a-million dollars in the arena; over $200,000 at the Wrangler National Finals alone. Trevor now boasts 14 World Championship buckles. He joined the PRCA in 1996 when he was just 20-years-old and now has enough gold buckles to mark each year of his professional career.

Aside from rodeo competition, Trevor is the architect of the Relentless™ products line. Cactus Ropes manufactures all of his team, calf, and youth ropes. In 2008, Trevor introduced the Weapon calf rope and the Xplosion team rope which helped him to win the WNFR Average and the Reserve World Champion Team Roping title. In 2010, he added the C4 team rope and the Li’l Pistol youth rope to his line. Cactus Ropes plans to release the third Relentless team rope in the summer of 2011. Cactus Saddlery and Pro Equine Products help to round out his Relentless product line with leather goods and leg protection.

In a joint effort, Cactus Ropes’ cowboys collected over $700,000 at this year’s WNFR. Using the four-strand Amigo and its Cactus Grip, Jake Long experienced his first appearance and earned almost $100,000, which positioned him and his partner as the second highest money winners in team roping in Las Vegas. Bobby Mote, Cactus’ only bareback rider, brought home a $115,000 paycheck and placed second in the average en route to his fourth World Championship. Other Cactus Ropes’ cowboys included in this prominent group of professionals are: Chad Masters, Nick Sartain, Charly Crawford, Ty Blasingame, Britt Williams, Stran Smith, Ryan Jarrett, and Luke Branquinho. Collectively, these WNFR qualifiers earned over $2,000,000 in the 2010 rodeo season.

Cactus Ropes of Pleasanton, Texas produces top-quality ropes used by amateur and professional ropers around the world, whether in rodeo competition, in roping arenas, with practice dummies, or on the ranch. These ropes are endorsed by the top PRCA athletes participating in national rodeo events, and enjoyed by all who use them, young and old alike. The Cactus Ropes brand signifies quality roping products that combine traditional rope making artistry with exclusive innovations that deliver consistency, feel, and swingability. All of their products are chosen and scrutinized for quality to provide you with only the best ropes, clothing, tack, and accessories. With a full line of ropes, including team ropes, calf ropes, ranch ropes, and kid ropes, Cactus Ropes has something to offer anyone who enjoys throwing a loop.

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