NEW IN 2020
EIGHT CELEBRITY TRAINERS & ENTERTAINERS COMPETE FOR
$25,000 TOP PRIZEWILL ROGERS ARENA The first ever event of its kind - the Mustang Heritage Foundation has invited eight of its top trainers and entertainers to compete with their champion mustangs and their best freestyle performance routines. TICKETS ON SALE STARTING SEPTEMBER 1 - 9AM >>
INTERNATIONAL TRICK RIDER
Ginger Duke resides in Springtown, Texas. She has been training and traveling the world with her equine counterparts since 2002. Ginger is a high caliber individual who is setting the bar for today’s Trick Riders. Although many of her tricks are performed only by men, she believes, “If they can do it, I can do it and probably a little better.”
You will find professionalism, excellence, precision, speed, daring and thrilling excitement with each performance. With over 1,000 performances at Professional Rodeos and other venues through out the United States and abroad, she will have the crowd on their feet screaming with excitement. This Texas native has been a Mustang Magic Champion and Reserve Champion.
FOUR-TIME EXTREME MUSTANG MAKEOVER CHAMPION
Nate Eicher lives in Brock, Texas. He has a beautiful wife and two boys. He has been training horses professionally for 18 years.
Nate has won four Extreme Mustang Makeover Championships, has been Reserve Champion three times and always been in the Top 10. He enjoys working with different breeds of horses, but mustangs have a special uniqueness and loyalty, and are an inspiration to him as well as so many others.
USEF HALL OF FAME – 2018 USEF HORSE OF THE YEAR
Marsha Sapp is a professional horse trainer and competitive rider residing in Tallahassee, Florida. She is the owner and head trainer at Southern Oaks Equestrian Center, where she also coaches the Florida State University Equestrian team.
MARSHA HARTFORD SAPP
Marsha is a nationally recognized trainer and clinician, a multiple Top 5 finalist in the Extreme Mustang Makeover, a finalist in the American Horsewoman’s Challenge, a USDF Silver Medalist, and a 3-time World Champion in Western Dressage. Her three-strikes mustang, Cobra, has been honored as 2018 USEF National Horse of the year, has been inducted into the USEF & Equus Foundation Hall of Fame and has been honored as a Breyer Horse.
Dan James lives in Midway, Kentucky. Born in Queensland Australia on a small cattle farm, Dan’s lifelong passion for horses and animals began when he was just six weeks old – from the family’s milking goat, to his first pony, to the first colt he started in his early teens,
Dan has spent his career wowing audiences, pushing the bounds of equine entertainment, competing on an international stage, and educating horse men and women around the world. Dan learned about liberty training from world renowned movie horse trainer, Heath Harris, and went on to train horses for television, movies, photo shoots, and entertainment including the hit show Heartland, doing stunts for The Walking Dead and training horses for Cavalia.
MULTI-CHAMPION – PRCA SPECIALTY ACT OF THE YEAR
Bobby Kerr resides in Hico, Texas. Born in Ontario, Canada, Bobby’s passion for horses and the western lifestyle led him to pursue his dreams of training and showing in Cutting, Reining, Roping and Working Cow Horse.
Currently he spends most of his time on the rodeo and horse show circuit demonstrating how usable, trainable and amazing American Mustangs are. In 2013, he was in a 3-part mini-series “Mustang Millionaire” produced by ABC for National GEO WILD. He is the Supreme Extreme 2012 Champion, the 1985 AQHA Honor Roll Senior Cutting Champion and the 2017 PRCA Specialty Act of the Year.
EXTREME CHAMPION & FAN FAVORITE
Katie is 28 years old from May, Texas. She has been training horses since her early teens, and fell in love with mustangs after competing in her first Extreme Mustang Makeover in Madison, Wisconsin, in 2012.
She has since placed in the Top 10 eight times, including winning Champion and Fan Favorite at the 2016 Fort Worth EMM. Katie is a full-time horse trainer along side her boyfriend Craig Moore, and together they start colts and fix problems in horses of all breeds and disciplines, but they especially take pride in working with a wild mustang.
Madison Shambaugh is a talented horsewoman from Telluride, Colorado. Through her involvement of promoting, showcasing, and raising awareness for the plight of the American Mustang across the United States, she has earned the nickname “Mustang Maddy.”
Madison also specializes in working with exotic equines, including zebras. Her program places a large emphasis on liberty in an effort to refine communication between horse and human and to reach new heights in horsemanship. Madison uses her Purdue University degree in communications to effectively teach, speak and write about equine behavior and her “5 Golden Rules” to successful equine-human communication.
EXTREME WYLENE – A MUSTANG MILLIONAIRE
Wylene Wilson-Davis lives in Nenzel, Nebraska. She began riding at age 6 learning Monte Foreman balance riding techniques from her mother who worked with Monty for nearly 20 years.
By age 17, Wylene had trained her first horse, which led her to a lifetime career commitment. In 2013, she was in a 3-part mini-series “Mustang Millionaire” produced by ABC for National GEO WILD. She was also featured in the movie, Wild Horse Wild Ride. She continues to successfully compete in prestigious competitions across the country and is a two-time winner of the Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover.