Hello my name is Ethan Weiser. I am a Native American rodeo athlete born and raised in the great Northwest of Oregon. I have been competing in rodeo since I was 4 starting with mutton bustin but do to a competitive heart and a dislike for sheep requested to be riding in the calves. From there I continued on into my rodeo career into bulls and also saddle broncs, then soon after team roping as well. Which all helped me receive a college full ride scholarship. I am now a college graduate with a degree in physical and health education but work as a wind turbine technician. My discipline with equine is riding bucking horses, training, and enjoying the ride. Horse back riding is something I use as a training technique for riding bucking horses and bulls. It's also a great way to teach oneself many life lessons and one of the best therapy things I've known to help in all situations. I love my horses and even love the ones that I just exercise just something amazing about these great creatures that soothes and a peace that your heart can just connect with.
In the arena - I have won 3 Indian pro rodeo regional rodeo titles. Qualifying for the Indian pro finals 3 times and finishing in top 10 each time with a 3rd go round win in 2012 infr finals. I have placed in couple of prca rodeos, and also pbr. I have place top 10 in the north west pro rodeo association. I unfortunately had to sit out for these last 2 years due to an injury but also due to couple of different losses.
Our of the arena accomplishments that I am proud of is getting a citizenship award for all I do for my community. I love helping people and doing that I ahve helped coach couple of different sports and also am coaching some of the Columbia basin hs team members. I have also had the great opportunity to teach horsemanship level 1 at a rodeo Bible camp and am going to have the great privilege to teach bull riding at 2 other rodeo Bible schools in 2019.