Doescher to Replace Jordan Ketscher
Cinch Timed Event Championship Roster Update.... Cody Doescher replaces Jordan Ketscher.
The 2022 CTEC will be Doescher's 9th year to compete for the Ironman title and is coming in with $9,500 CTEC Career Earnings under his belt. Doescher primarily competes in steer wrestling, steer roping, and team roping heeling in the PRCA.
2021 Contestant Bio
Cody Doescher, who regularly competes in the heeling, steer wrestling and steer roping in PRCA competition, will rope at his eighth Cinch Timed Event Championship after recovering from a torn ACL and lateral meniscus at the 2020 edition of event.
“That was in the bull dogging in the second round,” Doescher said. “I came back and team roped in the fourth and fifth rounds after tearing it, and I was supposed to have surgery at the end of March to fix it. Because of COVID they pushed it back to May 5, and it’s great now—I’ve been bull dogging even.”
Doescher and wife Courtney had a son, Holten Roan, Dec. 12, 2020, and Doescher makes a living outside the arena guiding water fowl hunts for Sand Creek Outfitters and working the sale ring as a bid spotter at sale barns across Oklahoma.
This year Doescher will heel for Cale Markham at the ProRodeos, and he’ll focus on steer roping, rather than the steer wrestling, for the first time in his career .
“Dr. Tandy Freeman said my knee might not take the bull dogging day in and day out, and I like the independence of the steer roping,” Doescher said of the specialty he originally honed for CTEC competition.
Doescher will tap AQHA Horseman Steve Orth for help in the heading and heeling, and Doescher’s great mare Ginger will be helping on the back side.