Spectators glimpse only mere seconds of the wild and thrilling saga of cowboy versus beast. This dance of dazzling, rough, and often scary entertainment occurs in a flash of pure adrenaline and is over in a brief eight seconds…or sooner. As everyone waits for the results wondering just who won, cowboy or beast, the stock contractors already know–the audience won.
The world of professional rodeo isn’t an easy one. It’s a full-time commitment requiring personal sacrifice and a dedication to preparation. I began to form my incredible work ethic at a young age, working beside my father in the automobile business. The best advice he ever gave me was to "Never quit, always work until the work is done, no excuses, own your own successes and failures. Learn and share! If you do that you'll always come out on top".
Those ideals have allowed me many blessings. I've been honored to work with many of the most respected folks in the rodeo and entertainment field. I've traveled all over the country, worked shows both big and small. I love what I do and expect to go on doing it for a long time.https://www.scottallenrodeoannouncer.com
Kelly Orr, a professional stock dog trainer, brings in his herd of wooly sheep for the little tots to ride. Wide eyed and eager to win a buckle, their little hands grab ahold of as much rug as they can while holding on for dear life. It’s not as easy as you’d think, but at least it’s close to the ground.