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ENDORSEE TEAM

AMBERLEY SNYDER

A professional barrel racer, Snyder was paralyzed in 2010 at the age of 18 when her truck slid off the highway, ejecting her from the vehicle and slamming her into a fence post that broke her back.  Four months later, thanks to unwavering determination and a competitive spirit, she was back on her horse.  Since then, she has faced countless challenges and adversity, but has continued to achieve her goals, including earning her Women’s Professional Rodeo Association card in 2017. Outside the arena, Snyder shares her inspiring story through powerful public speaking engagements at events and in schools. Netflix recently released a movie about Snyder titled “Walk. Ride. Rodeo.” Snyder appears in the film as a stuntdouble with her horse, Power.

JACKIE HOBBS-CRAWFORD

Twenty-time Women’s Professional Rodeo Association World Champion Jackie Hobbs- Crawford was born in Springfield, Illinois, where she learned to ride and compete in speed events. When Jackie was 12 years old, she moved to Sallisaw, Oklahoma, and developed a love for roping. Jackie was the Oklahoma High School Breakaway Roping Champion in 2000. Her college rodeo career included multiple individual and team national titles. Since then, Jackie has won 20 WPRA world breakaway titles, and she has played a key role in the growth of the event.  Jackie and her husband, Charly Crawford, a 10-time NFR qualifier in heading, have three children, 16-year-old Kaydence, 4-year-old Creed, and a new baby girl named Journey.

EMILY BEISEL

Born and raised in Southwest, Kansas, Emily Beisel was passionate about horses at a very young age. She competed in numerous associations inculding 4-H, NLBRA, NJHSRA, NHSRA, IFYR, and KPRA, before moving to Oklahoma for college. While living in Oklahoma, Emily bought her WPRA permit in 2012 and started competing at pro rodeos. In 2013, she qualified for her first Prairie Circuit Finals. Since then, she has qualified for the circuit finals 7 more times and topped the leader board twice.  She is a three-time qualifier for the RAM National Circuit Finals and took home the championship in 2017.  Emily made a splash at the 2019 Wranlger National Finals Rodeo, earning two go-round wins, reserve champion in the average and a third-place spot in the Women’s Pro Rodeo world standings.  Emily will make her second trip to the NFR in 2020.

BRITTANY POZZI-TONOZZI

A veteran in the barrel arena, Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi has qualified for the Wrangler NFR 15 times and taken home the world title twice.  Brittany began her rodeo career at a young age, her father teaching her to run barrels.  She recently won the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver for the fifth time in her career aboard three different horses.  In 2021, she topped the leaderboard at multiple major events and finished the year 11th in the world, taking home more than $54,000 from the NFR. Brittany and her husband, Garrett, and daughter, Tinlee, reside in Lampasas, TX.

MADISON OUTHIER

Madison Outhier’s entire life has been rooted in the equine industry thanks to her parents. Her dad was a professional saddle bronc rider and mom a professional polo player.  In 2019, Madison won the breakaway roping title at the inaugural RFD-TV’s The American.  She claimed the Women’s World Championship title in 2020 and followed that with the Texas High School state championship in 2021. Her biggest goals now are to qualify for the NFR and win the Rookie of the Year title.

BRIDGER ANDERSON

Bridger Anderson is a professional steer wrestler from Carrington, ND. When Bridger was 3 years old his mom asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. He responded, “A paleontologist during the day and a professional steer wrestler at night.” At 6, he decided the dinosaur thing “wasn’t going to work out,” and set his sights on rodeo. While competing at the collegiate level for the NWOSU rodeo team, Bridger won the 2019 College Steer Wrestling National Championship. He qualified for and competed at his first National Finals Rodeo in 2020, finishing 6th in the NFR average race and winning just over $77,000 to finish 9th overall in the world standings. In 2021, he took the top spot at Mandan, ND, Santa Fe, NM, and Omaha, NE pro rodeos, finishing 34th in the world and 6th in the Prairie Circuit.