Dawson Hay Biography

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Dawson Hay is a teen sensation who emerged as a champion in the National Finals Rodeo. He has joined the 95 Point Club as the youngest bronc rider. With this ride on the Calgary Stampede’s Wild Cherry in the Hardgrass Bronc Match in Pollockville, Alberta, he joins an exclusive group of only two other riders who have scored 95: Doug Vold (1979) and Glen O’Neill (2001). (1996).

Early Life

Dawson was born on July 13, 1997, in Wildwood, Alta.”It’s quite wonderful to be able to follow in my father’s footsteps,” Dawson remarked, referring to his father’s accomplishment in this field. His father Rod was also into horse riding sports during his days and also won the Calgary Stampede’s saddle-bronc competition four times. He has twice as many Canadian titles in his collection. There is no other information available about Dawson Hay’s family members on the web yet. But all we know is Dawson’s dad is really proud of his son’s achievement at such young age and really wishes him a brighter future. There is no information available about Dawson’s education schooling and college but will be soon updated and will get to know about this.

Dawson Hay Career

After winning the PRCA Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale, the Wildwood, Alberta cowboy continued his remarkable season by capturing his first PRCA Xtreme Broncs Tour title with $62,254. At the Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale, Hay dominated the 25-rider competition, winning the two-head average with 179 points, edging Wade Sundell – who shared the 2019 Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale championship – by a half-point. After tying for second in the first round, winning the short go, and winning the average, Hay earned $26,678 in the final. The average payout was $14,241.

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After being wounded at the Black Hills Roundup in Belle Fourche, South Dakota, he finished last year. With a limited number of rodeos to attend and a desire to return to the WNFR, he began riding practice horses and returned as soon as he could. Rod, his father, qualified for the WNFR in saddle bronc riding 20 times. He’s spent his entire life working on ranches and began riding bucking horses when he was 15 years old. There are many major winning of Dawson is there San Angelo (Texas) Rodeo, $7,705

  • Casey Tibbs Match of Champions Xtreme Broncs, $6,376
  • Veater Financial Group Battle of the Best, $13,000
  • Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Matched Xtreme Bronc Ride, $6,209
  • Calgary (Alberta) Stampede, $4,500
  • Xtreme Broncs Finals, $26,678

Dawson Hay Biography

Real Name Dawson Hay
Birth Date 1998
Age (as of 2021) 23 Years
Birth Place Wildwood, Alberta, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Profession Saddle Bronc Riding
Religion Christianity
Sun sign

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 63 kg  –  in Pounds –  140 lbs
Shoe Size 8 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Athletic


Father Rod Hay
Mother Shelley Hay
Brother Devon Hay, Logan Hay



Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Wife Lily Hay
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Personal Life

Currently, the marital status of Dawson is married. Dawson’s life altered this year when he married Lily Tillery in October. The couple is currently very happy together they currently don’t have any kids. Currently, Dawson is available on social media platforms Instagram Dawson has over 15 thousand followers and 197 posts on that account. It seems like he solely wanted to focus on his sports career thus, he ain’t available either on Facebook or Twitter yet.

Dawson Hay Net Worth

Despite being so young, he has managed to accumulate a fair amount of wealth from his career so far. Hay has earned a lot of cash price through winning. Currently, Dawson’s net worth is estimated between $500k to 1 million but exact figures are yet not out but it will soon be updated.


  • Dawson’s professional career is like a traditionally passed on to him from his father.
  • He has spent his entire life working on ranches and began riding bucking horses.
  • Hay won PRCA Xtreme Broncs Tour Finale.

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