Welcome to Rodeo at FRC!

The annual FRC Rodeo on October 6th and 7th was a great success.Stay tuned in on our road to the CNFR 2024 here.

The Feather River College Rodeo Program

The Feather River College Rodeo Team was founded in 2002 and continues to be a tradition of excellence. Our mission is to not only help students excel in the arena, but also in the classroom. We pride ourselves in celebrating the western way of life and continue to instill those values into our students. Watch us as we compete against the best in the West Coast Region!

Head Rodeo Coach - Zack Brown

Zack Brown was raised in Red Bluff, CA where he competed in junior and high school rodeos. After high school, he attended Feather River College, and competed on the rodeo team making it to the College National Finals. Zack earned his Bachelors in Business Management from UNLV while on rodeo scholarship. He led his team to the CNFR multiple years while in Vegas. Zack has competed in steer wrestling, saddle bronc, bull riding and roping, but found his passion in bareback riding. He has been competing in the PRCA for 11 years and continues to do so. Qualifying for the California Circuit finals 11 times, multiple trips to the National Circuit finals and many wins in rodeos all over the USA. Zack is excited to return to the school that jump-started his career to develop a distinguished and successful rodeo program. His commitment, drive and passion for rodeo brings a new level of performance to his colleagues and team.

Zack says his favorite things about FRC are the students he gets to instruct on a daily basis, and the beautiful Rodeo grounds that he calls his classroom now.

Assistant Rodeo Coach - Bryar Byrne

Bryar Byrne is originally from Gridley, CA and attended Feather River College from 2017-2021 where he received an Associate’s degree in Agriculture and a Bachelor's degree in Equine Science and Ranch Management. While at FRC, Bryar qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo 3 different times, once in the team roping and twice in the steer wrestling. In addition, he is a PRCA California Circuit Finals Qualifier in the steer wrestling and CCPRA champion steer wrestler. Bryar also went on to further his education at Chico State University and is currently finishing his master's degree in Agriculture Education while continuing to rodeo professionally as a steer wrestler.

Bryar says his favorite things about FRC are the facilities, its location, and the quality people he gets to interact with on a daily basis.

FRC Rodeo Program

zbrown@frc.edu • 530-283-0202 ext. 306

570 Golden Eagle Avenue • Quincy, CA 95971

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