Brenten Hall, who turned 20 this June and hails from the tiny town of Jay, Oklahoma, has had big success the last few years of his teenage roping campaign. He finished 2018 as the reserve champion in the Resistol Rookie of the Year standings, finishing just outside the top 15 in the PRCA world standings.
He won second in the #15 World Series of Team Roping Finale with Rance Doyal in 2017, pocketing $61,000 for that win, and that was the year after he took the title in the same event to the tune of $75,000.
Now living in Stephenville, Texas, Hall is the young gun that three-time NFR heeler Chase Tryan believed in enough to rope with for a second year in a row—a leap of faith that paid off in a big way, with a return trip to the Finals for Tryan and a debut appearance in the Thomas & Mack for Hall.
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