Cade Swor

Cade Swor



Cade Swor is a tie-down roper originally from Beaumont, Texas. Cade earned his pro card in 2002. In his career, Cade has earned over $1.1 million in earnings and qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo six times.

In 2016, Cade finished 5th in the world, 4th at the WNFR, and ended 2016 with $187,566 in earnings.

Career highlights include:

  • 2015: Finished 13th in the world with $126,796 in earnings after winning the Justin Boots Championships in Nebraska, splitting the win at the Oakdale Saddle Club Rodeo and the Ogden Pioneer Days. At the WNFR, Cade placed in two rounds then tied for the win in round 4.
  • 2014: Cade won the Wrangler Champions Challenge, the Buffalo Bill Rodeo, the Moses Lake Round-up, and the Norco Mounted Posse Rodeo and tied for the win at the Greeley Stampede. He won Round 2, tied Round 9 and place in two other rounds, leaving him in fifth in the world with $148,804.
  • 2013: Swor won the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo, Golden Spike, the Poway Rodeo, tied first at Pasadena, the West Texas Fair and Rodeo, and the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo. He finished 17th in the world.

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