Trevor talks about Texaco: He was a reject cutter, a talented horse that was terrified of cattle. I was 20 at the time, and knew I’d be crazy to turn down his kind of talent.So I figured if I could gain his trust, we could work him through his fear. Sounded simple enough. I laugh about that now. Texaco was the hardest horse I ever had to train, but now he’s probably the most famous calf horse around. When we backed into the box, I expected a lot from him. So I wanted to be sure I was doing all I could for him. He made 200+ runs a year and rode over a million miles in the trailer. That takes its toll. That’s why I put him on Platinum Performance® CJ. There is so much effort and precision with every move my horses make, taking care of them is a big deal to me. Platinum keeps us going down the road. "My horses are the reason for the success I've had, and that's why I use Platinum."
Little Known Fact: The first time Trevor Brazile qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 1998 it was a Heeler in the event of Team Roping. Since then, Trevor has won the the world championship in Team Roping as a Header, the Steer Roping, and the Tie-Down Roping, as well as 12 All-Around Titles.