Rodeo Aspirations has been a light after the darkness for me. When I was little my Grandparents put me up on a horse and a love was born. From eight years old to sixteen I competed in barrel racing and loving every minute of it. I also lettered in choir my Senior Year and was the last in my family to graduate from Auburn High School in 1997. But when I was sixteen tragedy struck. I remember it well November 26, 1995 it was a cold and rainy night that would change my life forever. I was involved in a car accident and was given the option to either quit riding all together or risk falling off my horse and never walking, so at sixteen. Rodeo has been a big part of my family. I had a burning desire to be back around it in any way I could. That's when I came up with Rodeo Aspirations, that way I could still be around the rodeo atmosphere but help others achieve what I no longer had the opportunity to do, and that was to compete in Rodeos. Watching Rodeo Aspirations rise and grow has really helped fill the void that was left from not being able to compete at rodeos. The meaning behind my brand is very special not only to me but to my staff, my team and my royalty and we all take pride in what it stands for. The lettering which is red, white, and blue shows that we are proud of our country and servicemen. The cross shows that are Christian based.
Back in the saddle after 20 years. Doctors told me I could never ride again due to an injury in my lower back. I'm proving doctors wrong! Thank you Rodeo Aspirations for making this happen today!