2X PRCA MEDIUM SIZED RODEO OF THE YEAR | PRO RODEO HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE | June 30 - July 4, 2020
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2020 Specialty Acts & Personalities

Young Living Percheron Hitch

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The Young Living Percheron Hitch is driven by Jason Goodman, Percheron Draft Horse Program Manager. "We drive a 6 horse hitch of Percheron geldings that range in age from 7 to 11 years of age. They average 18 hands in height and weigh 2000 pounds each. They are called the "Gentle Giants."

Jason Goodman has performed at PRCA events across the nation, winning Speciality Act of the Year with his Roman Riding Team, Percheron Thunder. The Young Living Percheron Hitch will be traveling here from their home in Mona, UT.

Don't miss the rare opportunity to see these amazing "Gentle Giants" at the Black Hills Roudup!


Slim Garner Rodeo Clown & Barrelman

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With a 2000-pound bull bearing down on you, it helps to have a sense of humor. It also helps to have a barrel to hide in. Slim Garner is a second-generation clown, who started clowning around when he was 17 years old. He has been traveling coast to coast for the past 9 year’s full time, but has been a rodeo clown for a total of 15 years. He obtained his Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Card in 2000, and travels to 30 to 40 rodeos a year. Slim has a large variety of rodeo acts to keep the crowds entertained. Anything that is loud and catches the crowds’ attention is what he likes.

The Western Wagons

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Chuckwagon racin'!! Everybody loves a horse race! Two, four-horse drawn wagons race around the arena in dirt slingin' excitement. The Western Wagons and "Shotgun" Rodney Gaston of Chappel Hill, TX have been entertaining rodeo-goers for over 25 years.

Powder River Rodeo

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Once again this year world-class livestock will be provided by Hank and Lori Franzen of Powder River Rodeo and D&H Cattle Company. They will bring NFR bucking stock to challenge our cowboy athletes. The Black Hills Roundup has a 31 year relationship with Powder River, and we truly value them as partners.

Rodeo Announcer Steve Goedert

Steve Goedert returns to the Black Hills Roundup in 2020. “I can’t tell you what an absolute honor it is to be a part of this rodeo. If you announce rodeo and you think of the 4th of July, there are few places you’d rather be than Belle Fourche," says Goedert.

The BHR crow’s nest is not unfamiliar territory to Steve. He announced two events at the Roundup grounds for the Pro Roughstock Series (PRS) six years ago. During his time with the PRS he worked closely with Scott Reder, then Production Director with the PRS, who has also been a long-time member of the Roundup committee.

Steve is a former United States Marine and graduate of CSU Chico with a degree in Ag Business, Steve has always had a passion for ranching. Raised in a ranching community and following in his Grandfather's footsteps, he knew he wanted to be an auctioneer at an early age. Steve has spent most of his life in sale barns and working cattle. Steve performs multiple sales a week for Beaverhead Livestock Auction and Montana Livestock Auction Company.

Steve resides in Southwest Montana with his wife and three children.


Chute Tunes - Rodeo Music Production

Nicky Kimm, co-owner and operator of Chute Tunes "Wild & Western" Rodeo Music Productions has a long history of involvement with the western industry.

Using the best quality equipment, ensures the very best reliability and performance that you can count on. Their music production is second to none. They have several Dell Computers with state-of-the-art software and endless music libraries to satisfy all of your music tastes and needs, many different sound effects, and a skillful operator that has rodeo experience and split second timing to enhance any moment in your event.

Nicky states, "I have gone to rodeos my whole life and I believe without a doubt that it is the greatest sport. I like to use a variety of music to enhance everyone and everything at the event. I am honored to participate at your rodeo and hope you enjoy the show!"

LIVE VIDEO REPLAYS

Again this year Black Hills Roundup rodeo fans in the arena will be treated to live replays of your favorite rodeo events. Western Sky Media and Prime Time Video are teaming up to bring you a close-up view of the action on the region’s largest video board- it measures and impressive 33′ x 18′. And sponsors, don’t miss this chance to have your business displayed in grand style to the thousands of fans who annually attend!
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