Washington, DC – Safari Club International (SCI), the leader in defending the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide, is thrilled to announce its partnership with none other than the legendary Patrick Smith Roping, a two-time world champion and thirteen-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier hailing from Lipan, Texas. Known for his exceptional roping skills and unwavering passion for the outdoors, Patrick Smith is eager to join forces with SCI in this exciting collaboration.
Patrick Smith embodies the spirit of adventure and shares a deep connection with rodeo enthusiasts who also have a love for hunting. With SCI’s unwavering commitment to promoting hunting and conservation, this partnership is truly a match made in cowboy heaven.
SCI CEO W. Laird Hamberlin said, “We couldn’t be more excited about teaming up with Patrick Smith. Just like hunting, rodeo requires skill, precision, and a whole lot of heart. SCI’s dedication to preserving our hunting heritage and Patrick’s dedication to his family, the outdoors, and rodeo will make the perfect team – let’s rope in some exciting adventures together!”
Patrick Smith said, “Two of my favorite things in life are rodeo and hunting. My family and I are passionate about both and we love the atmosphere that surrounds the hunting and rodeo lifestyle! I am blessed to be a part of such a genuine and passionate sport in rodeo and I’m excited to bring the two together in this partnership with SCI!”
Stay tuned for an exciting lineup of collaborative events, exclusive content, and heart-pounding action that will showcase the undeniable synergy between rodeo and the hunting community.
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Patrick Smith has also been a 3x National Finals Rodeo Average Champion, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Rookie of the Year, The American Rodeo champion, George Strait Roping Champion, 2x Bob Feist Invitational Champion, Wildfire Roping Champion, and has had $2 million+ PRCA earnings.