Brooks Dahozy

2009 Team Roping Champion

Age at time of Championship: 23

Family:  Mom & Dad – Sarah & Roger Dahozy, Brother and Sister - Wyatt and Serena Dahozy

Home Town:  Fort Defiance, AZ

Native American Heritage:  Navajo

INFR Events Worked:  Team Roping and Calf Roping

Horse’s name:  Big Black

How important is it to you to have won an INFR Championship?  “Winning an INFR Championship is pretty important to me for a lot of reasons; one, there has been a lot of guys to qualify for the INFR and never been crowned a champion and secondly, I’ve always wanted to win it since I was a little kid.” 

What is your most memorable run at the 2009 INFR?  “The 3rd round because the team roping fell apart, I was the last guy up and knew all I had to do was catch.” 

Who has been your biggest influence in Indian Rodeo?  “Preston Williams – My roping partner, he has taught me a lot.  Mainly he has taught me how to win and we have become very good friends over the years.  We can call each other whenever either of us needs help and/or advice.” 

What are the benefits of INFR rodeos for you?  “Good money

Rodeo Accomplishments
2009 INFR Team Roping Champion
2010 3rd place PRCA Rookie of the Year
2009 Eugene Lamere Memorial Team Roping Champion

Brooks would like to thank his family and sponsors; Classic Ropes and Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprises