Keeping it Simple
Keeping it Simple
Dustin Egusquiza knows that the secret to a big finish in 2022 comes down to one thing: Keeping it simple. The four-time NFR qualifier is once again making a run for the NFR and a world championship, sitting...
Lone Star Ropes pro team member Dustin Egusquiza keeps it simple

With the new season in full swing, Dustin Egusquiza is competing in jackpots on the weekends and working on “a little fencing” in the down time at his place in Mineral Wells, Texas. The 26-year-old cowboy says he won’t be changing the way he does things in ‘22.

A Dream Come True

Growing up on the East Coast in Florida - three hours later than Las Vegas - Dustin Egusquiza would stay up all night to catch National Finals Rodeo competition on television. The event was a magical time every December.

“The NFR is what I dreamed of doing since I was a little kid,” says Egusquiza, who is competing in the NFR this week with partner Travis Graves. “I waited for it all year.”

My favorite time of year

The 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is set for December 2-11 at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, home of the Runnin’ Rebels. The arena, which seats nearly 20,000 spectators, sits on the University of Nevada at Las Vegas campus.With his team roping partner Travis Graves by his side, the Florida native is ready for the bright lights of Vegas.