Does NFR Contestant Kaleb Driggers And Wife Nicole Riggle Have Age Gap?
According to sources, there is a three-year gap between Kaleb Driggers from NFR and his wife, Nicole Riggle. The rodeo is currently 31 years old, whereas his wife is believed to be 28 years.
Kaleb was born to Nick and Laura Driggers. he grew up with a son of a horse trainer and consequently married one as well. His wife is a horse trainer and barrel racer.
Earlier this year, in June, the rodeo was injured while at Jackpot. His horse slipped and fell. The horse did not suffer any injury, but the horse rider, Kaleb, did. Thus, he missed Reno Rodeo and Bob Feist Invitational because of the injuries.
In 2021 NFR, he came back more assertive with his partner Junior Nogueira. They have won the Matagorda County Fair & Rodeo (Bay City, Texas) and the Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo in 2020.
ROLL CALL! The new team roping World No. 1s in heading and heeling Junior Nogueira and Kaleb Driggers. pic.twitter.com/7PbWUNdvL8— PRCA ProRodeo (@PRCA_ProRodeo) December 6, 2021
Therefore, their exceptional performance this season is worth more praise and has become a hot topic of discussion.
How Old Are Kaleb Driggers and Nicole Riggle Now?
Kaleb Driggers is at the age of 31 where his wife is 28. Their data of birth is not mentioned in their Prorodeo profile.
The two seem to have been dating each other before tieing the knot. They can be seen spending time together on their respective Instagram account.
His beautiful wife has awed the fans as they cannot believe that she may be in her late 20s. Her body figure is no less than any professional model. Even the husband is proudest to have such a beautiful wife beside him.
Is Kaleb Driggers Featured On Wikipedia?
Kaleb Driggers is not featured on WIkiepdia yet. However, the Prorodeo profile includes his educational background and career wins to date.
His career earnings are worth $1,827,415 as he stands in the 24th position in the 2020 World Standings place. He is also an eight-time NFR qualifier. He also won Overall and team roping (heading) PRCA Rookie of the Year in 2009.