Broc Cresta - Team Roper Champion

Categories: Overcoming
Date: 13 Dec 2014 15:11

July 26, 2013

Today we celebrate the times we had with Broc, and the mark he made on the rodeo world. He left home to pursue his dream of becoming a champion at the age of 17. After years of hard work and unwavering determination, he made headlines in 2007 when he was named Rookie of the Year. Broc went on to win Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Rodeo in 2008, but missed the NFR cut that year by just a few hundred dollars. Pushing forward with a true SAYiWON'T mentality, Broc qualified and roped at the 2010 National Finals Rodeo with longtime best friend Spencer Mitchell. They didn't win buckles but stayed focused on their goal. We were thrilled to have Broc join Team SAYiWON’T in 2011. In the 10th round of the 2011 NFR, Broc and Spencer roped their last steer in 3.6 seconds and claimed their trophy buckles. After years of pure strength and persistence, Broc proved that hard work and passion pays off. Broc Cresta was a true cowboy and will always be remembered as one of the greats. He will be honored through the “Broc Cresta Scholarship Fund” which helps give kids a chance to pursue their dreams. Proceeds from 2013 "4Broc" gear will help others achieve their educational goals and keep Broc's legacy alive - ALWAYS AND FOREVER.