Thursday, June 13, 2019 from 11 am to 1 pm – Rodeo celebration at 1st New Mexico Bank of Silver City. Meet rodeo personalities: announcer Trey Windhorst, Hi Lo ProRodeo bullfighters, clown/barrelman Bert Davis, and Rodeo Royalty, Miss Turquoise Circuit Jamee Middagh. Give-a-ways and Radio remote with KNFT Radio.
It’s time again to have fun this year at the Wild Wild
West ProRodeo. If you liked last year’s rodeo you are going to LOVE this
We have brought back the same contractor, HiLo ProRodeo along with the crowd pleasing announcer Trey Windhorst.
We added two new specialty acts this year that we think you will really enjoy. The man in the can will be Mr. Bert Davis, known as The Coppertown Clown” along with his trained dogs which are all rescue dogs. Along with Bert we will have a roman riding act by Haley Ganzel. Both of these acts are new to Silver City and promise to be very entertaining.
We appreciate your attendance and support in the past
years and look forward to seeing you at the rodeo.
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting two guest rodeo queens at the 1st New Mexico Bank Wild Wild West Pro Rodeo this year. Miss Turquoise Circuit is sponsored by Southwest Bone & Joint and Miss Rodeo New Mexico is sponsored by Wendy’s Restaurant.
Miss Turquoise Circuit 2019, Jamee Middagh, is the 19-year old daughter of John and Jacki Middagh of Anthony, NM. A Las Cruces High School graduate, she is a freshman at New Mexico State University majoring in Animal Science with a goal of pursuing a career as an equine chiropractor. Jamee is continuing her education with a rodeo scholarship and competes in the Grand Canyon Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association in breakaway roping and barrel racing. While rodeoing for the Arizona High School Rodeo Association and 4-H Rodeo, Jamee competed in tie-down roping….her favorite event!
Miss Rodeo New Mexico 2019 Savannah Welborn is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood education, with intentions of becoming a 4th generation educator. Currently, she helps her aunt run their consignment shop in Albuquerque.