Wesley Thorp

Wesley Thorp is a renowned team roper in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). Born and raised in Throckmorton, Texas, Thorp has made a significant impact in the world of rodeo, particularly in team roping.

You can follow Wesley Thorp’s net worth, career earnings, biography, achievements, relationship status, and more here.

Early and Professional Career

Thorp’s career in team roping began at a young age, with his first significant win at the United States Team Roping Championships (USTRC) Cinch National Finals of Team Roping (NFTR) in 2010, where he won $70,500.

He joined the PRCA in 2014 and has since qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) eight times.

In 2016, Thorp and his partner Zac Small won the College National Finals Rodeo team roping championship. The same year, they also qualified for the WNFR for the first time.

Thorp’s most notable achievement came in 2019 when he and his partner Clay Smith were crowned the PRCA Team Roping World Champions, marking the first split team since Aaron. This win contributed to Thorp’s impressive career earnings of over $735,000.

Thorp is also known for his skills in training and riding horses. He won $40,000 at the 2023 Roping Futurities of America Heading Derby on a horse named French Streakin, a gift from his wife’s parents.

In 2023, Thorp started the WNFR in 12th place, with regular-season earnings of $172,153. He has also partnered with Tyler Wade for the 2023 season.

Wesley Thorp’s Net Worth in 2023

As of 2023, Wesley Thorp’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

His career earnings and endorsements suggest that he has accumulated substantial wealth.

Career Earnings

Thorp’s earnings from various rodeo events have contributed significantly to his net worth. In 2023 alone, he earned $172,153 from regular season earnings.

Additionally, he won $40,000 at the Roping Futurities of America Heading Slot Roping in Abilene, Texas, in February 2023.

2010$70,500USTRC Cinch National Finals of Team Roping
2019$249,180.61PRCA Team Roping World Championship
2023$172,153Regular Season
2023$40,000Roping Futurities of America Heading Derby
2023$213,355NFR (as of December 12, 2023)

Personal Details

Full NameWesley Thorp
HometownThrockmorton, Texas
Height 6 ft
Weight 180 lbs
PRCA MembershipJoined in 2014
FamilyWife: Susanna, Children: Matthew and Charles
CareerProfessional Team Roper
Major Achievements8-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Qualifier, 1-time world champion
HobbiesTraining and riding horses
Current Net Worth $4 million
Instagram Handle wesley.thorp


Wesley Thorp’s wife is Susanna Thorp, formerly Susanna Jacobi. The couple got married on April 1, 2017, in Glen Rose, Texas.

Susanna is a rodeo wife and a mother to their two sons, Matthew and Charles.

Wesley Thorp wife Susanna
Image Source: Instagram

How tall is he?

He is 6 ft tall.

What is his nationality?

He is American.

Career Highlights

  • Career earnings: $1,200,672
  • 2022 world standings place: 14th 
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR standings place: 11th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR earnings: $45,520
  • 2022 earnings: $137,363
  • Education: Ranger College (Stephenville, Texas)
  • World Titles: 1 (2019)
  • Wrangler NFR Average Titles: 1 (2019)
  • Wrangler NFR Qualifications: 7 (2016-2022)

2023 Highlights – Tyler Wade

• Won the Henderson County First Responders PRCA Rodeo (Athens, Texas)

• Won the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days

• Won the Fiesta Days Rodeo (Spanish Fork, Utah)

• Won the Deadwood (S.D.) Days Of ’76 Rodeo

• Won the Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo

• Won the Washington State Fair Pro Rodeo (Puyallup, Wash.)

• Co-champion at the Lewiston (Idaho) Roundup

• Won the San Angelo (Texas) Cinch Chute-Out, with Cody Snow

FAQs About Wesley Thorp 

What is Wesley Thorp’s net worth?

Team roper Wesley Thorp’s estimated net worth is $4 million as of 2023.

When did he start his professional career?

Thorp started his professional career in 2016, after winning the College National Finals Rodeo with Zac Small.

How many times has he qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo?

He has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo eight times.

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