Team Wyoming Team Wyoming is made up of four members, including Dusty Tuckness (bullfighter), Nate Jestes (bullfighter), Brody Cress (saddle bronc), Ty Blasingame (team roper), Seth Hardwick (bareback) and Chet Johnson (saddle bronc). Learn more about each of the athletes of Team Wyoming below. Rodeo lovers can connect with Team Wyoming here. Dusty Tuckness × Dusty Tuckness Bullfighter While he's in his early 30s, Dusty Tuckness is a veteran bullfigher who brings nearly 20 years of experience to the sport. Hailing from the small town of Meeteetse, Wyoming, Dusty is known as one of the best bullfighters in the business and is looked up to for his skill, speed and grace. He's set the example for the next generation of bullfighters to follow and works year-round at some of the biggest rodeos in the country, including Cheyenne Frontier Days, Pendeleton Round-Up, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) and the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR). He has worked the WNFR nine times and has been named bullfigher of the year eight times. Keep up with Dusty on his Instagram or Facebook accounts. Nate Jestes × Nate Jestes Bullfighter A bullfighter from Douglas, Wyoming, Nate Jestes is one of the nicest guys in the rodeo business. He's also one of the best. A lifelong athlete, Nate caught the bullfighting bug when he was studying aviation at Montana State University and it was there that he first learned the art of bullfighting. One of the most skilled traditional and freestyle bullfighters in the country, Nate works several rodeos each year, including the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, CNFR and the Dodge City Roundup. He's also fought bulls at the PBR Velocity Tour. In addition, Nate has worked the WNFR twice and has been nominated for bullfighter of the year twice. For more on Nate, be sure to follow him on Instagram or Facebook. Brody Cress × Brody Cress Saddle Bronc Growing up in southeast Wyoming, Brody Cress is the newest addition to Team Wyoming. In 2017, Brody qualified for the WNFR after being the first in history to win the trifecta of Cheyenne, Pendeleton and Salinas in one year. Keep up with Brody on Instagram and Facebook. Ty Blasingame × Ty "Blaster" Blasingame Team Roper Ty Blasingame has recently relocated to Casper, Wyoming and joined Team Wyoming in 2019. Ty is also the 2019 Rodeo Houston Champion Header and current PRCA world standings leader. Be sure to keep up with Ty on Facebook. TEAM WYOMING As part of Wyoming's cowboy culture, a team of cowboys and cowgirls—known as Team Wyoming—wear the Wyoming brand as they compete and perform in rodeos around North America.