Chase Brooks

Chase Brooks is a professional rodeo cowboy specializing in saddle bronc events. Born and raised in Deer Lodge, Montana, Brooks has been involved in rodeo from a young age, growing up on a ranch that shaped his destiny. He joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) in 2013.

Here you can follow Chase Brooks’ net worth, career earnings, biography, achievements, relationship status, and.

About Chase Brooks

Born in Fort Myers, Florida, Chase Brooks later moved to Deer Lodge, Montana, where he spent his formative years. He comes from a close-knit family, including his parents, Shannon and Matt, and a younger brother named Dalton.

Early Career

Chase Brooks’ interest in rodeo began at a young age. He first boarded a bucking horse at the age of 14, drawn to the adrenaline rush and thrill of the sport.

Despite the lack of a rodeo team or place to practice in Deer Lodge, Brooks and his family made the effort to join the Helena Rodeo team, practicing as often as they could. He turned professional in 2014.

Professional Career

Brooks has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) six times, with his first appearance in 2018.

In 2021, he placed a career-best fourth in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world standings with earnings of $259,354.73.

As of 2023, Brooks is ninth in the world in saddle bronc riding.

Chase Brooks’s Net Worth in 2023

As of 2023, Chase Brooks’ net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

he has accumulated significant wealth from his rodeo career as a saddle bronc rider.

Career Earnings

As of 2022, Chase Brooks’ career earnings amounted to $1,028,280.

In 2021, he placed fourth in the world standings with earnings of $259,354.73.

In the same year, he earned $150,034 at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR). In 2022, his earnings were $204,126.

These earnings are a testament to his skill and success in the challenging sport of rodeo, particularly in saddle bronc events.

YearEarnings
2021$259,354.73
2022$204,126
Total (as of 2022)$1,028,280

Personal Details

DetailInformation
Full NameChase Brooks
HometownDeer Lodge, Montana
Age29
Height 5 ft 6 inches
Weight 160 lbs
Professional AssociationProfessional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA)
PRCA Joining Year2013
Major WinsSan Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, Rodeo Houston, Ponoka (Alberta, Canada) Stampede, Calgary (Alberta, Canada) Stampede, Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days
FamilyPartner Cara, Daughter Charli Jo or “CJ”
Current Net Worth $4 million
Instagram Handle chase_bronx

Partner

Chase Brooks’ partner is Cara Spirazza, a veterinarian who specializes in equine medicine. Spirazza is originally from Florida and met Brooks at a rodeo in 2019.

The couple currently resides in Brock, Texas, with their daughter Charli Jo, affectionately known as “CJ”.

Chase Brooks wife Cara
Image Source: Instagram

Spirazza graduated from veterinary school in April 2022 and started an internship at Equine Sports Medicine & Surgery in December of the same year.

How old is he?

He is 29 years old, as of December 2023.

How tall is he?

He is 5 ft 6 inches tall.

What is his nationality?

He is American.

Career Highlights

  • Career earnings: $1,028,280
  • 2022 world standings place: 9th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR standings place: 10th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR earnings: $90,134
  • 2022 earnings: $204,126
  • Wrangler NFR qualifications: 5 (2018-22) 

2023 Highlights

• Won the Rodeo Rapid City (S.D.) PRCA Xtreme Broncs Match

• Won the 150th Silver Spurs Rodeo (Kissimmee, Fla.)

• Won the Pikuni PRCA Rodeo (Browning, Mont.)

• Won the BigFork (Mont.) Summer ProRodeo

• Won the Northeast Montana Fair & Rodeo (Glasgow, Mont.)

• Won the Madison (Ind.) Pro Rodeo

• Won the Pasadena (Texas) Livestock Show & Rodeo

• Won the Young Living’s Last Chance Rodeo (Mona, Utah)

• Co-champion at the Omaha (Neb.) River City Rodeo

FAQs About Chase Brooks 

What is Chase Brooks’ Net Worth?

Saddle Bronc rider Chase Brooks’ net worth is $4 million as of 2023.

When did Chase Brooks start his professional rodeo career?

He started his professional rodeo career in 2014.

How many times has he qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR).

As of 2023, six times.

Who is his partner?

Cara.

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