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Reagon Walker

Empty Saddles

Reagon Walker was born on July 16, 1989, and began his rodeo career at a very young age. Rightfully so, as his heritage includes his grandfather Whitey Bob Walker, a Hall of Fame Cowboy, mother Mary, a many time Circuit Finalist Barrel Racer & father Byron, a Hall of Fame PRCA World Champion cowboy himself. As Clem would say, he was bred right. Reagon really hit his mark in the Texas High School Rodeo Association – proving himself to be among the best of the best. During his four years competing, he won 14 titles on the Region IV Division. Reagon worked every event in High School Rodeo including Cutting. All of that talent led to the Texas High School Rodeo State Finals,

It was at this moment where he captured history in Texas High School Rodeo becoming the most decorated Champion in Texas history. He won 2 Steer Wrestling titles, 2 All Around titles and Reserve Cutting title. His total of 4 State Championships is a record. At age 18 he joined the PRCA and took only three rodeos to fill his permit and gain full membership at Mesquite in Calf Roping. He went on to win many rodeos in Texas -mostly in Steer Wrestling – as well as many rodeo All Around titles. He qualified for two All American Finals in Steer Wrestling. Reagon was very proud to compete in his first Texas Finals in 2010 in Steer Wrestling, finishing 2nd for the title.

Reagon was well liked as a cowboy – and like his Papa – hazed for many of the cowboys in steer wrestling. On April 23, 2010, Reagon’s life was cut short while traveling to a cutting event. He died due to injuries in an automobile accident.