Wyatt Casper

Wyatt Casper is a professional rodeo contestant specializing in saddle bronc riding. Born in Minnesota, he later moved to Miami, Texas. He began his professional rodeo career in 2015 and has since made a name for himself in the sport.

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

About Wyatt Casper

Wyatt Casper was born in Minnesota and moved to the Panhandle of Oklahoma with his family when he was just five years old.

The Casper family, including his parents John and Amy, and siblings Ty and Clay, made the move for John’s trucking company, Casper Express.

Early Career

Wyatt began his journey in saddle bronc riding with the guidance of world champion Robert Etbauer. Initially, Wyatt was into roping, but he found his true passion in saddle bronc riding.

His dedication and hard work paid off when he won the College National Finals Rodeo title in 2016 for Clarendon College in Texas, where his coach was WNFR saddle bronc rider Bret Franks.

Professional Career

Wyatt Casper turned pro in 2015 and has since made a significant impact on the professional rodeo scene.

His career took a significant leap in 2020 when he qualified for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) and finished as the reserve champion.

Despite an injury that kept him out of the competition for the last two months of the season, he still managed to qualify for his third consecutive NFR.

In 2023, Wyatt achieved a significant win at the Xtreme Broncs Finals, which helped him bounce back from his injuries and put him back on track.

Wyatt Casper’s Net Worth in 2023

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

His earnings from various rodeo competitions contribute significantly to his income.

Career Earnings

Saddle Bronc rider Casper had a successful career with substantial earnings. As of October 2023, his career earnings amounted to $760,868.

In the 2023 regular season, he earned $142,421.

One of his most significant earnings came in 2020 when he won the American Rodeo, earning $600,000.

However, only $50,000 of this amount counted towards the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) world standings.

Before this win, Casper had already won $66,000 in the 2020 season.

In 2022, his overall earnings for the regular season totaled $123,801.

Some of his notable earnings from individual events include $28,500 from Rodeo Houston and $12,852 from the Battle of the Best.

Despite these impressive earnings, Casper’s career has seen its ups and downs. For instance, in one year, he only won $3,500 between June and December.

YearEarningsNotable Wins
2015Not availableTurned professional
2018$53,000Not available
2020$116,000 ($66,000 before The American, $50,000 from The American counted towards PRCA)Won The American Rodeo ($600,000 total prize, $50,000 counted towards PRCA)
2022$123,801Rodeo Houston ($28,500), Battle of the Best ($12,852)
2023 (up to October)$142,421Xtreme Bronc Finals ($30,839)
Total (up to October 2023)$760,868Not available

Personal Details

Full NameWyatt Casper
HometownMiami, Texas
Weight175 lbs
Marital StatusMarried to Lesley, a barrel racer
ChildrenTwo (Cooper and Cheyenne)
Professional Career Start2015
HobbiesTeam roping, working with young horses
Current Net Worth $3 million


Wyatt Casper is married to Lesley, who is also involved in rodeo as a barrel racer. The couple works together with young horses and has two children, Cooper and Cheyenne.

Wyatt Casper wife Lesley
Source: Instagram

How Old is Wyatt Casper?

He is 27 years old, as of December 2023.

How tall is he?

He is 5 ft 10 inches tall.

What is his nationality?

He is American.

Career Highlights

  • Career earnings: $760,868 
  • 2022 world standings place: 13th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR standings place: 14th
  • 2022 Wrangler NFR earnings: $21,348
  • 2022 earnings: $145,150
  • Education: Balko (Okla.) High School, 2014; Clarendon (Texas) College, associates in welding
  • NFR Qualifications: 3 (2020-22)

 2023 Highlights

• Won the Los Fresnos (Texas) Rodeo

• Won the Elizabeth (Colo.) Stampede Rodeo

• Won the Daines Ranch Pro Rodeo (Innisfail, Alberta)

• Won the Xtreme Broncs Finals (Rapid City, S.D.)

• Won the Lake County Round-up (Lakeview, Ore.)

• Co-champion at the Walla Walla (Wash.) Frontier Days

FAQs About Wyatt Casper 

What is Wyatt Casper’s Net Worth?

$3 million as of 2023.

When did he turn pro?

Wyatt turned pro in 2015.

What is his major rodeo event?

Saddle bronc riding.

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