The Tie-Down Breakdown: Dylan Hancock’s San Angelo Win
Dylan Hancock talks about his 2024 win at the San Angelo Rodeo on The Tie-Down Breakdown.
Dylan Hancock dismounting his horse to win the 2024 San Angelo Rodeo.
Dylan Hancock took home the 2024 San Angelo win. | Andersen/CBarC Photography

Dylan Hancock notched the biggest win of his career so far taking home the 2024 San Angelo Rodeo title, a win even more important as it’s his hometown rodeo.

Hancock, the reigning Resistol Rookie of the Year All-Around Cowboy and Tie-Down Roper, entered the short round April 19, ninth in the average. After winning the short round with a 7.8-second run, Hancock secured the average win with a 24.9 on three calves to take home $12,472 between the short round win and average title. 

Hancock joins The Tie-Down Breakdown to talk about the win, goals for the year and more.

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