Andrew Ward

Andrew Ward is a professional rodeo contestant known for his achievements in team roping. He hails from Edmond, Oklahoma, and has been a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) since 2013.

Ward has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo four times and has won significant events such as the Central Wyoming Fair & PRCA Rodeo, and Nebraska’s Big Rodeo.

Here you can follow Andrew Ward’s net worth, career earnings, biography, achievements, relationship status, and more.

About Andrew Ward

Andrew Ward hails from Edmond, OK. He was born to Terry (father) and Terri (mother). His older brothers Brannon and Reagan are PRCA team ropers.

Growing up, Ward spent a significant amount of time at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, either competing or spectating. His love for horses and roping was evident from a young age, and he earned his first check, $47 when he was about 7 years old.

Professional Career

Andrew Ward is a professional rodeo contestant specializing in team roping. He is based in Edmond, Oklahoma, and has been a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) since 2013.

Significant achievements have marked Ward’s career. He has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) four times.

In 2021, he won the NFR Average title alongside his partner, Buddy Hawkins. In 2022, he and Hawkins won major rodeos including The American, the Lone Star Shootout, and the Resistol Reno Open, earning them $460,000. They also won the Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo in 2022.

In 2023, they won the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, earning their biggest single-check in the ProRodeo regular season.

Ward and Hawkins have a strong partnership, both professionally and personally, as they are brothers-in-law. They have been team-roping partners for several years, and their consistent performance has earned them recognition and success in the rodeo world.

As of 2023, Ward is ranked 10th in the world in team roping (headers). He has earned significant prize money throughout his career, nearing $1 million in total career earnings. 

Andrew Ward’s Net Worth in 2023

As of 2023, Andrew Ward’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

He has earned a significant amount from his successful rodeo career. He is closing in on $1 million in career earnings.

Career Earnings

In the 2023 regular season, Ward earned $114,765. His major wins include the RAM Prairie Circuit Finals ($6,868), Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo ($26,200), San Antonio Rodeo ($8,500), Red Bluff (California) Round-Up ($8,510), and Cheyenne (Wyoming) Frontier Days ($9,688).

2015Hinton (Okla.) PRCA Rodeo and the Great Plains Stampede Rodeo$10,845
2023Regular Season Earnings$114,765
2023RAM Prairie Circuit Finals (Duncan, Oklahoma)$6,868
2023Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo$26,200
2023San Antonio Rodeo$8,500
2023Red Bluff (California) Round-Up$8,510
2023Cheyenne (Wyoming) Frontier Days$9,688

Personal Details

Personal DetailInformation
NameAndrew Ward
HometownEdmond, Oklahoma
Age33, as of November 2023
Height5 ft 9 inches
Weight 190 lbs
Joined PRCA2013
Professional AssociationProfessional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA)
CareerProfessional Rodeo Contestant, Specializing in Team Roping
Current Net Worth $3 million
Relationship Status Married to Hayli


Andrew Ward is married to Hayli Bonham. Hayli and her sister Tori are the daughters of Jennifer and Peavy Bonham from Laramie, Wyoming. Ward and his team roping partner, Buddy Hawkins, married the Bonham sisters in 2019.

How old is Andrew Ward?

He is 33 years old, as of November 2023.

How tall is he?

He is 5 ft 9 inches tall.

What is his nationality?

He is American.

Career Highlights

  • Career earnings: $781,462
  • 2022 world standings place: 4th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR standings place: 4th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR earnings: $102,104
  • 2022 earnings: $226,723
  • Wrangler NFR Average Titles: 1 (2021)
  • Wrangler NFR Qualifications: 3 (2020-22)

2023 Highlights – Partner Buddy Hawkins II

• Won the Ram Prairie Circuit Finals (Duncan, Okla.)

• Won the Fort Worth (Texas) Stock Show & Rodeo

• Won the Red Bluff (Calif.) Round-Up

• Won the Duncan (Okla.) Pro Rodeo

• Won the Durant (Okla.) Pro Rodeo

• Won the Kit Carson County Pro Rodeo (Burlington, Colo.)

• Co-champion at the Ellis County Stock Show & Rodeo (Waxahachie, Texas)

• Co-champion at the Rooftop Rodeo (Estes Park, Colo.)

FAQs About Andrew Ward 

What is Andrew Ward’s net worth?

$3 million as of 2023.

Where is he from?

He is from Edmond, Oklahoma.

Who is his wife?


Who is his team-roping partner?

Buddy Hawkins II, who is also Ward’s brother-in-law.

When did Andrew Ward start his professional rodeo career?

He started his professional rodeo career in 2013 when he joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).

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