Rodeo Cowboy Breaks 10-Year Records, Soars from Humble Start to $164,649 Victory

Steer wrestler Dalton Massey has rewritten rodeo history with a stunning display of determination and unwavering commitment. Leading the PRCA | RAM World Standings, this 30-year-old Oregon cowboy earned an impressive $164,649, surpassing Ty Erickson's 2017 record. Let's delve into this remarkable achievement and trace Massey's professional journey.

From Rookie to Record-Breaker to A Modest Beginner

Dalton Massey began his rodeo career in 2014 as a ProRodeo rookie, competing in 19 rodeos in the Pacific Northwest and earning $1,388. Despite the humble start, he remained committed to his dreams and determined to defy the odds.

The Steady Ascent

In the subsequent four years, Massey's career saw steady growth. Despite intense dedication and skill refinement, his earnings only reached $24,340. While many might have stumbled in the face of these obstacles, Massey's unwavering commitment continued to shine.

 Breaking Barriers

A decade later, Dalton Massey has become a rodeo legend, breaking Ty Erickson's long-standing record during the 2023 season with earnings totaling $164,649. His transformation from a rookie to a record-breaking cowboy is truly inspiring.

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