My name is Brianna Hall, I'm 18 years old and I'm from a small town in Northern Colorado. I have been riding from a very young age and compete in Ranch Sorting and Team Penning. I am extremely blessed to be competing on two super talented horses, Dually and May. My family holds practices, shows and clinics throughout the summer, on top of competing in the RSNC, RMTPA and USTPA. I also do some barrel racing and gymkhana throughout the summer.
I am 29 years young, and the owner of Cowgirl Cactus co. I have been competing since age 5. My horse "Cash Can Buy U A Jet" and I have big goals for this year. I am honored to be able to represent, my favorite tack maker. Cool Whip and I love our custom Panhandle cinches tack immensely!
I am 28 years old and was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas. I own a successful construction business, but roping has always been my passion. I've had a rope in my hand since I could walk, but when my dad put me on a horse- the rest was history. This past year alone I've qualified more than once for the World Series of Team Roping and also more than once for the Patriot. I have won multiple saddles & buckles to go along with these qualifications, but to me none of that matters. What matters is just being able to go out there to practice, I just want to rope.
I’ve been riding for 23 years. I started out doing western pleasure but fell in love with the hunters and equitation. I showed all over the US for 16 years and did very well then went professional. I ran a full working show barn for 5 years then decided to start doing barrel racing/ranch sorting full time professionally. I found some incredible horses and did well. My entire life I always wanted to breed, raise, train and sell my own horses. So two years ago I bought two great AQHA stallions and broodmares and began a lifelong dream. I now have my own crop of foals heading to the ring and doing well! I have more than 20 on the ground and more coming for 2020. It’s a wonderful, rewarding process I’ve put a lot of time and heart into.
The Hunter horses always had my heart so I found myself working my way back into it with a new 2yo AQHA filly. I will be doing breed shows with her and a few foals I’m raising. I plan on still doing barrels and sorting along with the hunters I train.
I’m 21 years old, born in the great state of Wyoming but grew up in sunny California. I grew up horseback and have spent more days than not riding, training, and traveling for the horse business. I live to travel and experience all the exciting things the world has to offer! I’ve spent the last couple years traveling coast to coast seasonally and could not be more grateful for the life I live!
Hi my name is Bridget Mueller and I'm a member of The National Little Britches Rodeo Association and compete in the MN/Eastern SD region. I have been riding horses since I was 5. I got my first gaming horse, Bob when I was 11. Bob and I competed in WSCA gaming shows for 2 years before I retired him due to an unfortunate injury. Bob and I were able to compete in every event at the WSCA champ show in September of 2018. We bought my next horse Twisted-T in April of 2019 and Hank in June of 2019. I have been running those two horses in WSCA game shows all summer. Twisted-T and I are qualified for champ show in every event and Hank and I are qualified in a few events at champ show. I also ran Twisted-T at the Equipride Shootout in Winona, Minnesota in April of 2019. My most recent horse is named Magic Eagle Gal. She is 9 and was used as a roping horse before she was trained in barrels. I'm taking Magic to the barrel race in Winona, Minnesota over Labor Day weekend. I'm very excited to see what the future holds for my horses and I as I begin my time with the Little Britches Rodeo. Here's to a great season.
Hi my name is Dani Robson. I am 20 years old and I am from Hudson, Wisconsin. I compete in barrel racing, pole bending, and WSCA games. As of right now I have two running horses, Mara (GFQ Gotta Disco) and Jack (Colonels Jack Dan Te). My horses and I travel all over the United States competing. Last year my derby horse Mara and I competed in the NFR Tour (Northern Region Futurity Tour), traveling all over Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, and Wyoming. We ended up placing 3rd in the 2D overall out of a tough group of horses. This season I have some big goals and I cannot wait to accomplish them with the support of my family, friends, and sponsors. I am so honored to represent such an amazing company and LOVE my panhandle products!!
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