June 28 – July 4  |




Rodeo Specialty Acts

These talented performers are a part of every rodeo performance and you are sure to be entertained!

Presented by Coors

Justin Rumford

2022 Barrelman

Justin Rumford is making his way back to Prescott, Arizona to perform for the Prescott Frontier Days in 2022! The 10x PRCA Clown of the Year is excited to be performing in front of rodeo fans for the “World’s Oldest Rodeo”, and he’s bringing the laughter as always! Rumford started his rodeo career helping the family stock contracting business, Rumford Rodeo Company of Abbyville, Kansas. He then moved on to steer wrestling and riding saddle broncs in junior high, through high school and taking him to a full ride scholarship with Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Oklahoma. While competing for the college rodeo association, he also received his PRCA card in 1998. He made four trips to the College National Finals in both of his events and graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree. He went on to have a great career steer wrestling in the PRCA, with many trips to the Prairie Circuit Finals. However, in 2010 Rumford knew it was time to move in a different direction.


Rather than making his buddies laugh behind the chutes, he wanted to try his hand at making the audiences laugh, and add to the entertainment of the rodeos. He hung up his spurs and put on some baggies and clown paint, and that’s exactly what he has been doing ever since. He is now one of the most decorated entertainers in the history of the PRCA, winning the PRCA Clown of the Year a record-breaking ten times (2012-2021), Coors Man in the Can in 2013, 2015 and 2018, and working the prestigious National Finals Rodeo in 2014 before moving on to host his own NFR preview and live viewing show in Las Vegas. He has now added co-host to his resume with a successful rodeo comedy podcast called “RumpChat” with his buddy Josh “Hambone” Hilton.

Rumford currently lives in Ponca City, Oklahoma with his wife Ashley, and his 8-year-old triplets, Livi, Lola, and Bandy. “There is nothing more rewarding than being able to do what I love with my family right beside me,” he said, “I’m living my dream!”

For more information visit justinrumford.com

Bobby Kerr

Mustang Act

A horse trainer of more than 40 years, Bobby Kerr has shown in roping, reining, working cow horse and cutting. His experience training mustangs into brave and talented trick horses led him to perform rodeo acts at rodeos across the country. His memorable “Good and broke limo” sees his horse sit in the passenger seat as Kerr exits the arena after a performance.

His popularity garnered him awards such as 2017 PRCA Specialty Act of the Year, 2016 NFR Specialty Act and 2012 Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover Champion and Fan Favorite.

Career highlights include: 2020 Extreme Mustang Makeover Champion, 2020 Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle Champion, 2x PRCA Specialty Act of the Year (2017, 2019), 2013 IPRA National Finals Rodeo Showcase Champion, 2012 Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover Champion and Fan Favorite.

Also a talented craftsman, Kerr has made metal signs, motorcycles and more with his son Cody. He has also produced several Texas Music concerts featuring the country’s top music artists.
(Bio credits: www.tchof.com)


Broken Spoke


At Broken Spoke Clydesdales, we’re blessed to travel across the country participating in rodeo exhibitions, fairs, and tons of other fun events! Over years, we’ve had the privilege of being involved in many competitions, including the NASHHCS Finals in 2016.


Tomas Garcilazo

2021 Specialty Act

Tomas Garcilazo, a native of Mexico City, was introduced at an early age to his family heritage and tradition of “La Charreria” which is a skill performed through the generations only by the Mexican Charro. Charros take extreme pride in their highly developed horsemanship and roping abilities. Tomas, third generation Charro, has devoted his life to sharing Mexico’s National Sport La Charreria with the world.

A lifetime of preparation, performances and competition continue to require total self-discipline, patience and commitment by Tomas to training and mastering the artistry of La Charreria. Incorporating a display of refined horsemanship while demonstrating maguey rope artistry in his performances bring audiences to their feet applauding in appreciation of his skills. Tomas devotes countless hours to his horses who with their athletic ability and intelligence willingly execute maneuvers when asked by their friend. It is a rare and honorable experience to witness these partnership performances.


Tomas has performed throughout Europe, Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. He has appeared on Broadway in New York City and toured the U.S. with the Will Rogers Follies, an acclaimed six time Tony Award winning show. He was a featured performer for two years at Disney’s Wild West Show in Paris, France plus the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show touring Holland and Germany. Tomas has performed numerous times for Mexico’s Presidents along with guest performances at the U.S. White House and Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Tomas resides in southern California and continues to share his legacy with audiences at rodeos, stock shows, horse shows and equine events internationally. His awards are many including the PRCA 2007 2012 and 2013 Specialty Act of the Year award at the Las Vegas National Rodeo Finals.

Tomas Garcilazo’s proficiency as a skilled horseman and rope artist, defines him as one of the finest Charros presenting La Charreria today.


2021 Barrelman

Rockin Robbie Hodges became a PRCA member in 1991 as a contestant and then as a barrel man in 2004.

Rockin Robbie Hodges is no stranger to entertainment and known for making rodeo audiences laugh. He is the guy you want in your arena, your press room, your truck, your trailer, house and family. He is friendly to everyone he meets and nobody is a stranger in his eyes.

This year, Rockin Robbie Hodges will engage the audience and entertain them with his funny stunts and acts.