Kaycee Feild | Bareback Rider
- Hometown: Spanish Fork, Utah
- Height: 5’9
- Weight: 170 lbs.
- Rookie Year: 2007
- World Titles: 4
- DOB: 3/4/87
- Website: http://www.kayceefeild.com/
Kaycee Feild, Four-time World Champion Bareback Rider, has competed professionally since 2007. When asked what excites him most about the sport he said,” Getting on the best bucking horses and the comradery of the athletes. The best part about the rodeo life is meeting new people who will be friends for a lifetime.”
He lives in Spanish Fork, Utah with his wife Stephanie and their daughter and son. His hobbies include snowmobiling and skiing in the winter and wakeboarding and surfing during the summer. He also enjoys hunting, fishing and roping.
Not only is Kaycee an incredible athlete but is also an outstanding patriot to our country. Every Memorial Day Kaycee takes the time to go visit our troops overseas. “Going over seas and seeing what our military and their families go through is really humbling and makes you realize how great we have it in the United States! Visiting with our military service members on Memorial Day each year heavy, I’ve listened to stories of best friends who were killed and seriously injured. I’ve laughed, cried and become friends with many and learned something about what it means to be great from all of them…. they are our true heroes and champions.” says Kaycee, adding “No one knows adversity and hardship better then our Troops, I’m just blessed to have this opportunity each year to let them know how much we all appreciate their service and sacrifice.” Not only does this experience impact Kaycee’s life, but he enlightens the lives of these soldiers by putting smiles on their face and taking the time to visit and get to know the amazing people that serve our country.
Kaycee Feild Q&A
Q: What do you want the fans to know most about ERA?
A: The ERA is an opportunity for the cowboys to be recognized as a professional athlete.
Q: What do you hope is different about the ERA based on a fan’s perspective?
A:I hope the fans gain a full understanding about the sport of rodeo and the cowboy’s full potential as an athlete.
Q: What does practice look like to you?
A: I use a bucking machine to practice; I don’t get on any horses to prevent the risk of getting hurt.
Q: Who was your mentor or role model at the start of your career?
A: My dad and Ty Murray.