Originally from Bend, Oregon, Wyatt began bareback riding under the helpful watch of professionals Bobby Mote, Steven Peebles and Clint Corey. Wyatt moved to Bozeman, Montana for college and competed as a Montana State University Bobcat for four years. Wyatt’s transition from the collegiate level to the professional ranks has been smooth. Since college Wyatt qualified for the
Elite Rodeo Association World Championships, advanced to RFD-TV’s The American, finished fifth at the Dodge Ram National Circuit Finals, and won the 2016 average and year-end bareback riding titles for the Columbia River Circuit, along with numerous rodeo titles.
Wyatt’s rookie year started successful as he was in and out of the PRCA World Standings Top 15 since October 2016 and continuously held a spot until July 2017 when he suffered two concussions and a broken elbow. Wyatt started climbing back into the Top 15 until September when his season officially ended with a dislocated kneecap and torn meniscus in Pendleton. Wyatt has spent the winter rehabbing and preparing for the 2018 season, healing last year’s injuries and knowing he can come back better than before.
In March of 2017 Wyatt married former Bobcat teammate, Raegan Tracy, and they now live in Bozeman.