Levi Lord

Levi Lord, of Sturgis, South Dakota, is a two-time NFR heeler on track to qualify for his third Finals in 2023. Lord led the PRCA world standings for much of the 2023 season, buoyed by a win at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo early in the year as well as a top-notch performance over ProRodeo’s Cowboy Christmas run.

Lord roped at his first NFR (in Arlington, Texas) with Nelson Wyatt in 2020 where he finished fourth in the world standings with $167,589 won. In 2022 he returned to the Finals with JR Dees, winning $211,128 on the year—including a Round 1 win for his first run inside the Thomas & Mack.

Lord made his first Finals on his signature bay gelding, LB. The horse was one he paid $2,700 for as a teenager. Lord now has two good ones in his string—Birdie and Pauly.

Lord’s weapon of choice is a Cactus Thrilla MH. 

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to the top
Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord Continue to Dominate 2024, Climbing to No. 1 and 2 in the World Standings
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The Short Score: Guymon Champs
Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord roping their steer to win the 2024 National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver.
two for two
Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord Secure 2nd Winter Rodeo Title in 2024 with Denver Win
Dustin Egusquiza turning a steer for Levi Lord at the 2024 Sandhills Stock Show & Rodeo.
Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord Bounce Back from 2023 NFR with 2024 Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo Win
New Blood
Eli Lord to Jump Into Cinch Timed Event Championship Mix in Place of Lane Karney in 2024
Heel Horse of the Year
Who *Should Win the 2023 Heel Horse of the Year Award?
Kaleb Driggers Junior Nogueira
'Bout Time
Back on Top: Driggers & Nogueira Take World Standings Lead in Late August
Levi Lord Hailey Rae Photo San Antonio
No. 1
Lord Back Atop PRCA World Standings Thanks to ANOTHER 3-Second Run
Dustin Egusquiza San Antonio Hailey Rae Photo
Top of the World
Egusquiza Winning Knife Fight at Top of PRCA's 2023 World Heading Standings
Levi Lord heeling a steer to win Mandan, North Dakota, in 2023.
Levi Lord: New No. 1 Heeler