Jarod Nooren is an APF-I professional farrier whose practice mainly specializes in hunters, jumper and corrective shoeing, but works on most other disciplined horses. A highlight for Jarod was being selected for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Tyron, NC, where he spent a week in North Carolina servicing some of the world’s top horses.
Jarod is a family man, either taking his kids to work or traveling the rodeo road from Quebec to Oklahoma with his wife and two little boys. You can often find him on the back of a horse with a rope in hand. He has won many championships, titles and awards in the rodeo events of Team Roping and Tie Down Roping.
Jarod bought his first horse from his future wife when he was just 7 years old and quickly fell in love with roping at a young age. His passion earned him a scholarship at Western Oklahoma State College where he won a championship in the largest collegiate region in the event of tie down roping. When Jarod and his wife were expecting their first baby he took a step back from competing, but now that his 2 children are able to join in the fun he is hitting the road again hoping to secure his spot at the 50th International Finals Rodeo
• 4 years going to International Professional Rodeo Association qualifier to Oklahoma City (4 times in Tie Down Roping, 2 times as a Heeler, 1 time as a Header)
• World Champion Rodeo Alliance Progressive Round Qualifier
• 2009 National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association – Central Plains Champion Tie Down Roper (Largest Region)
• 2013 International Profession Rodeo Association Canada – Year End Tie Down and Team Roping Champion
• 2016 Ontario Rodeo Association – Year end team roping header champion
• 2017 RAM Rodeo Tour – Finals tie down roping champion
• 2018 IPRA Canada Finals Qualifier