Brendon Clark grew up in his native country of Australia with a dream of becoming a professional cowboy. Little did he know his dream would become reality. From a young age, Brendon had regular success in rodeo as a calf rider and quickly continued on to be one of Australia’s most successful junior steer riding and bull riding champions.

 In 2003, Brendon decided to move to the United States to follow his dream of becoming a professional bull rider. With early success in the PBR, he quickly became one of the best riders in the world and made a name for himself by consistently placing in the top ten at the elite PBR Built Ford Tough events and accumulating more than $1 million in career earnings during his 11 year career. Brendon evolved into one of the sports’ leading profiles and still recognized as one of the media and fan favorites. Brendon has appeared on many of the world’s largest television, radio, and print media outlets and is known for his ability and talent to communicate in each of these markets. Brendon has appeared on many news programs and television shows including Australian Rugby League’s “The Footy Show”, radio programs like Australian legend’s “John Laws Show”, and various U.S. Sirius XM Radio stations.

 In addition to competing as a professional bull rider, Brendon has always had a passion for horses. Brendon first developed his love for horses as an avid roper, participating in team and calf roping events at junior rodeo and rodeo events in Australia. He took that passion for horsemanship with him to America where he was fortunate to spend time with and learn from some of the world’s best horseman, including Chris Cox, Warwick Schiller, and Bob Avila. Thanks to all the doors that bull riding opened for Brendon, he was able to continue learning and perfecting his skills in training a better horse.

 Brendon has spent a big part of his adult life living in the United States. He currently makes his home in California, with his wife Allison and son Casyn.