Jake Long

Jake Long



Jake Long grew up throwing a rope in Coffeyville, Kansas. The team roper started in junior high and purchased his pro card in 2003. In his professional career, Jake has earned over $1.1 million and qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo six times. In 2016, he stood 3rd in the world, earning $225,091 for the year.

Career highlights include:

  • 2016: He and partner (and fellow Purina ambassador), Jake Brown, won nine rodeos and tied for the win on one. At WNFR, he and won rounds 2 and 6 and placed in six rounds, leaving them at sixth with $123,596 in earnings from the Finals. He finished sixth in world standings with $188,555.
  • 2015: He and partner Coleman Proctor, who Jake started roping with in middle school, won six rodeos and at WNFR, split the round 5 win and placed in 3 other rounds. He finished the year with $188,555 in earnings
  • 2014: He won six rodeos, five with Coleman and one with Jesse Stipes, and stood fourth in the average at WNFR with partner Coleman Proctor. Jake stood third in the world with $150,574.

Jake has a wife, Tasha, and two girls, Haven and Haizlee.

To learn more about Jake's great record, visit www.prorodeo.com

Information gathered from www.prorodeo.com

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