Word With A Champ Interviews
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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Western Australia’s, Anthony Thomas is our guest on this weeks episode of Word With A Champ for NV1 Radio Network. This young cowboy is a Bareback Bronc Rider in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Anthony set goals that stair step him to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, over several years. We had the privilege of visiting with Anthony after a year and he is on schedule headed to the top.
This week we revisit PRCA World Champion Steer Wrestler, Hunter Cure of Holiday, Texas won his title in one of the tightest competitions in ProRodeo history. A very modest man that credits his friend and hazer, Riley Duvall and his team of horses that he helped develop. Word With a Champ is pleased to have this genuine person and cowboy visit with us for NV1 Radio Network.
Dylan Madson is a Lower Brule Lakota cowboy and bull rider that is on the move in his young career. He is a hard working man that sets goals and does thing right in his life. We are honored to have this young man share his thoughts of composure that lead to success.
Jamie Willert is our guest on Word With A Champ this week. Jamie is a working ranch cowboy, a farrier, a PRCA saddle bronc rider and the organizer of a working ranch horse contest in his community, Kadoka, SD. We were very interested in the contestants that rope and ride and tend cattle on a daily basis, that came to compete and have fun. The best part of the competition featured young boys and girls on their horses. This working horse competition is an opportunity for people on horses of any value be able to participate and win.
Donnie Landis, rodeo clown, is a level above in the entertainment business, regarded for making people laugh and have fun. Donnie performs in small town rodeos with 1500 people in attendance and large venues with as many as 65,000 in attendance as Houston Rodeo. No matter where, his ideas are the same, do the best you can every time. His attitude got him elected to perform at the super bowl of rodeo twice, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Skeeter Kingsolver is a 2X qualifier for the Professional Bull Riders, World Finals in Las Vegas at 24 years of age. An interesting story ensues after he saw a flyer for a bull riding school in a gas station, when he was 12 years old, in his small hometown, McLouth, Kansas. Skeeter, absorbed what he learned at the 3 day school and has become one of the outstanding talents in a field of contestants with much depth in the PBR. His talent is backed with a rare combination of confidence and modesty. His natural flow riding bulls is obvious in his game plan for each animal, none; Kingsolver is a master of bull riding technique mixed with natural athleticism.