Trevor Brazile

Trevor Brazile is ProRodeo’s first $7-million cowboy, with 26 PRCA world titles to his name. Born November 16, 1976, Brazile won the 1996 steer roping Resistol Rookie of the Year title.

Brazile won his first gold buckle in 2002, and he’d go on to win a total of 14 before he retired by winning his last one in 2018. He won three world titles in the same year in 2007 and 2010.

He made his first Finals heeling for JP Wickett, but he made his mark with long-time partner Patrick Smith.

Now living in Decatur, Texas, Brazile has three children—Treston, Style and Swayzi—with wife Shada.

Gold Buckles:

All-Around: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018

Steer Roping: 2006, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019, 2020

Tie-Down Roping: 2007, 2009, 2010

Team Roping: 2010


Brazile Pendleton The Team Roping Journal
conquering the nerves
The Short Score: Trevor Brazile's Secret to Battling In-Arena Nerves
Trevor Brazile heading a steer at the 2022 Badlands Bits and Spurs Futurity.
Queen's Team
Solo Select and Relentless Remuda Enter Partnership with Bob Tonkin on Top-Earning Futurity Mare Big Time Movie Star
The King Reigns
Consistency is King for Trevor Brazile and RR Buckles Clubhouse in 2023 Equinety Platinum Medal Futurity Heading Win
Trevor Brazile and Billie Jack Saebens
In Their Blood
Here are the Head Horses' Pedigrees in the Short Rounds at the Equinety Platinum Medal Futurity
Trevor Brazile at the 2023 Royal Crown held at Buckeye Equestrian & Events Center in Buckeye, Arizona.
By the Numbers
Brazile Tops 2023 Royal Crown Futurity Earners, Woody Be Tuff Leads Top-Producing Stallions
High-End Talents
Heelers Only: Royal Crown Champs Holcomb, Brazile and Buhler
Trevor Brazile roping on a bay horse (Royal Crown Champion Step N Small Town).
Trained Up
User-Friendly Horses
Trevor Brazile sitting on sorrel horse in covered arena
Relentless Insights
How Can I Speed Up My Run?
Trevor Brazile holding his horse in the box
Head Control in the Box
Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker, spring 2023.
The Short Score: Slow Cattle