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At 27 years of age, Madison MacDonald-Thomas is one of the World's Top Equestrian Athletes in her arena. Born and raised just south of Calgary Alberta Canada but now calls Stephenville Texas home. A seasoned entertainer with over 21 years of experience under her belt, Madison has had amazing opportunities to perform across Canada, the United States and Mexico at World Renown Events and Rodeos.
She has been selected as 9X NFR Contract Act from 2011-2019 she has had the honor of performing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas since the age 18. In 2017 and 20-9 Madison was also honored as one of the TOP 5 Acts in Professional Rodeo.
Madison not only spends her time Trick Riding. When she is not on the road she spends her time going down the road as a WPRA Barrel Racer, Team Roping, Training Horses, Teaching Lessons and spending her free time with all her animals and family! Madison also is a professional Stunt Double that has done work on the CBC Television Series Heartland since 2010!

Joining Madison will be Jessica Blair:

Jessica Blair-Fowlkes is currently one of the most sought after performers in the equine and rodeo industry. She performs a variety daringly fast acts with her 4 grey American Quarter Horses, including a flaming Roman riding, trick riding, and Liberty/bridle-less exhibition. Growing up on a beef cattle farm in east Tennessee; Jessica began her career while attaining her degree at the University of Tennessee. During this time, she performed in front of over a million people a year at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede as one of their lead riders/dancers. Here Jessica developed her love of trick and roman riding and decided to pursue a career on her own after graduation in the equine entertainment industry. Since then Jessica has traveled around the U.S. performing in some of the largest rodeos and equine events in the country. Always striving to be fast er and flashier , Jessica loves bringing smiles to the faces of adults and children alike with her thrilling displays of horsemanship!

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The only difference between Justin Rumford and a stand-up comedian, is that he’s doing his job from the middle of a rodeo arena instead of a stage with a spotlight. Rumford, who lives in Ponca City, Okla., is a rodeo clown at events from coast to coast. His job during the rodeo is twofold. He provides the laughs and banters with the announcer. But during the bull riding his more dangerous job begins. Rumford is a barrelman: the cowboy who works the barrel, providing an oasis of safety for bullfighters and bull riders, in case an angry bull decides to chase them.

Rumford grew up in a rodeo family and competed in junior high, high school and college rodeo. He was a full time steer wrestler, but then blew out his knee. While he recovered, he worked as an assistant rodeo coach at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. After his knee healed, he helped with the Cody (Wyo.) Night Rodeo for three seasons, then began as a livestock truck driver for North Platte’s stock contractor, Bennie Beutler of Beutler and Son Rodeo. He never considered being a full time rodeo clown, but after a few tries as clown, he changed his mind. “I worked the Pretty Prairie (Kan.) bull riding, and they gave me $1000. And I thought, why the heck am I working so hard for $800 a week when I can make more than that in a night? So I jumped ship for the clown life.”

And lucky for rodeo fans, Rumford is still clowning, and winning honors at it. In 2012, 2013, 2014,2015,2016, 2017 he’s been honored as the PRCA’s Clown of the Year. The award is voted on by his peers and rodeo committees, and Justin is humbled to get it. “I don’t know if I deserve it, but I’m fortunate to accept it. It’s unbelievable.” In September of 2013, he and his wife Ashley became the parents of triplets, daughters Livi and Lola, and a son, Bandy. “I have a 44 foot trailer,” he said, “and I can bring the whole family with me."
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