Jeremy Buhler - Heeler

Updated: Jan 28

Jeremy Buhler made team roping history with his header, Levi Simpson, being the first all-Canadian team to qualify for and win the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. They also set a new record for Wrangler NFR earnings and single season earnings in team roping in the process


2018 Highlights – partner Levi Simpson

• Won the High Prairie (Alberta) Elks Pro Rodeo

• Won the Medicine Lodge Fall Roundup (Edson, Alberta)

• Co-champion at the Sitting Bull Stampede

2017 world standings place: 15th

2017 WNFR standings place: 15th

2017 WNFR earnings: $30,096

2017 earnings: $98,102

Wrangler NFR average titles: 1 (2016)

Education: South Plains College (Levelland, Texas), business major


  • 2017: Won the Ponoka (Alberta) Stampede, the High Desert Stampede (Redmond, Ore.) and the Oldstoberfest (Olds, Alberta)

  • 2016: Won Round 1, co-champion of Round 5 and Round 10, and placed in seven rounds to rank first at the Wrangler NFR. Climbed from 12th to first in the world standings with $258,311. Buhler was the first Canadian team roping heeler to qualify for the Wrangler NFR and the first to win the Wrangler NFR. He and his roping partner (Levi Simpson) also set a new record for Wrangler NFR earnings and single-season earnings in team roping. Won the Brooks (Alberta) Kinsmen Pro Rodeo, the Mountain Valley Stampede (Heber City, Utah), the Moses Lake (Wash.) Round-Up and the Dallas Sunstrum Memorial Pro Rodeo (Brooks, Alberta)

  • 2015: (Partner Levi Simpson) Won the 55th Belt (Mont.) PRCA Rodeo, the Camrose (Alberta) Spring Classic Pro Rodeo and the Medicine Hat (Alberta) Stampede. Co-champions at the Omak (Wash.) Stampede. Finished 21st in the world standings with $53,987

  • 2014: (Partner Rhen Richard) Won the Kinsman Pro Rodeo (Brooks, Alberta) and the Strathmore (Alberta) Stampede. Finished third in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association standings, qualifying for the Canadian Finals Rodeo (Edmonton, Alberta) for the third time in four years. Finished 25th in the world standings with $41,999

  • 2013: (Partner Murray Linthicum) Finished 58th in the world standings with $16,089

  • 2012: (Partner Clint Buhler) Won the Stavely (Alberta) Indoor Pro Rodeo and the Falkland (British Columbia) Stampede; finished 110th in the world standings with $7,965

  • 2011: (Partner Clint Buhler) Won the Lea Park Rodeo (Marwayne, Alberta) and the Mighty Fraser Rodeo (Abbotsford, British Columbia); finished 93rd in the world standings as a rookie with $9,180



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