Team Weatherby bio film for retired 15 year Professional Bull Rider Brendon Clark. Brendon is a family man, an avid hunter and outdoorsman, and a member of Team Weatherby.
Brendon Clark began riding calves at age 6, steers at age 10, and bulls at age 13.
A family friend taught the young cowboy how to ride, but it’s been Clark’s role model, 1998 PBR World Champion Troy Dunn, who’s helped him improve his technique as a professional. “I’ve always liked Troy Dunn’s riding style and attitude, and, of course, the fact that he’s Australian. Troy leads by example and I try to do the same.” says Clark.
Known to PBR fans as the “Australian Sensation,” Brendon Clark burst into the elite Built Ford Tough Series during the 2003 season. Clark has made a name for himself ever since by consistently placing in the top ten at PBR events. He won his first event in August of 2004 in Oklahoma City.
Over the last five years Clark has evolved into one of the sports leading profiles with guest appearances on the Versus television network commentary team, as well as being one of the main bull riders used to promote the sport of professional bull riding in the USA and back in his home land of Australia. His knowledge and ability to promote this sport, as well as his professional approach is second to none, which is one of the main reasons fans and media look to Clark for photos, autographs and interviews.
In his time on the PBR Tour Clark has accumulated close to $1,000,000 in winnings and is one of the top rated Australian riders on the World Tour. As a testament to his success, he has seen the PBR establish his own International event in his hometown of Newcastle, N.S.W., the Brendon Clark Invitational.