Who is Shad Mayfield? Shad Mayfield was a champion of the National Rodeo Association in high school and then won enough money to qualify for his first Wrangler NFR after he turned 19. He’s 20 now, and while he’s not in college, he’s learning the game. He was disappointed with his performance at the Thomas and Mack Arena last December after being in just two of 10 rounds. He began to study every run, every detail of his riding skills and looked for the smallest details that would matter. He implemented his practice in the first half of the year, amassed a huge advantage over this year’s WNFR. His mother, Joellen, is a schoolteacher. Her love of learning could have affected Shada’s season. His father Sylvester twice qualified for the WNFR. He has an older sister, Shelby, with whom he won a rope with a ribbon at a rodeo in the final of the national junior high school.
Name and hometown: Shad Mayfield – Clovis, New Mexico.
2-time rodeo qualifier in Wrangler National Finals
Joined PRCA: 2019
Earnings in the regular season: $145,138.
Start 2020 NFR in 1st place
Major wins in the regular season:
Roping Fiesta (San Angelo, Texas, October 2019), $9,557.
Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo (Odessa, Texas), $4,398.
Rodeo at the National Western Stock Exchange (Denver, Colorado, 2nd place), $10,208
Fort Worth Stock and Rodeo Exhibition (grid and semi-finals), $7,080
Rodeo in San Angelo (Texas) (winning in the 1st round) $4,260
Rodeo San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out, $7,500
Rodeo to San Antonio, $24,500
La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros (Tucson, Arizona, 3rd place) – $4,829
The American Rodeo (Arlington, Texas) $50,000 is counted in the world standings.
Rodeo Houston (3rd grid), $5,000
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