Future 4-Star Roping

Audrey Cowan

Hello, My name is Audrey Cowan, I am 16 years old and live in southern KY. I have been on the #future4stars team for about 6 months now! I use my 4-Star almost every weekend, whether it’s jackpot hauls, mustang pickups, or just a relaxing trail ride, and my 4-Star always keeps my horses safe and comfortable! Some of the equine activities I participate in are rodeos, training colts, and Extreme Mustang Makeovers! Posted above is my ❤️ mustang George, who was my 2020 EMM random draw! I have trained 8 mustangs in the 3 short years I’ve been doing it! My goal for 2022 is to travel to more states and trail ride, compete in more mustang challenges, and try new equine disciplines!!

 (See also Rodeo and Barrel Racing)

Bailey Barker

My goal in high school before my senior year is to be the best breakaway roper! I want to win the IHSRA breakaway my sophomore, junior, and senior year, and go and win nationals!

(See also Rodeo)

Bella Brunson

Some awards I have won have been KJRA 2019-2020 Rodeo Queen and All Around Rookie of the year, KJRA 2020-2021 Best All Around, NBHA 5D Champion from when I was younger, 2x qualifier for NLBRA finals and NBHA Youth Worlds, and qualified for the Jr. American in breakaway!

(See also Rodeo and Barrel Racing)

Blake Rogers 

I started roping two years ago with a trainer in the hopes to make the high school rodeo team. This year I made the team and participate in both team roping and chute dogging. My goal would be to ultimately steer wrestle too before my senior year. I am currently hold a 4.0 GPA and am 3rd in my class at Boyd High School. I am in both honors and AP classes. In the future I would like to attend A&M University in College Station and become a veterinarian.

(See also Rodeo)

Chance Leatherman

My name is Chance Leatherman and I am 19 years old. I currently attend Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo; working on my degree in Agricultural Communications. I have ridden all my life and have had the opportunity to meet some amazing people. I currently show my horse, Cash Has The Blues (Kodi), in reined cow horse at local and national events. I am always looking to improve in the arena and at home, working with top NRCHA trainer Teddy Robinson has allowed me to do just that. College has taken up a lot of my time recently, but I still throughly enjoy the opportunities I still get to go show my horse. I also enjoy surfing here in California and I am blessed to live in a place that allows me to chase both of my dreams. My 4-Star trailer is one of my most prized possessions along with my horses and my surfboards. It gets my horse and I everywhere I need to go, keeps my animals safe, and ultimately gives me pride driving down the road.

(See also Rodeo and Cutting)

Cheyenne Northall

Hey! My name is Cheyenne Northall. I'm 14 and from East Tennessee. I have rodeoed my whole life. My dad is 4x IFR announcer and 2x IPRA Announcer of the Year. I love roping on my horse, Scamper. I love western fashion. Our family loves traveling in our 4-Star trailer.

(See also Barrel Racing and Rodeo)

Logan Van Egdom

I’ve been roping and rodeoing for a few years now, and the experiences and success I’ve had and lessons learned have been priceless. I plan to continue going to AQHA and High School Rodeo events. My goal for 2022 is to go back to the AQHA world show finals and be the champion header as well as make High School Rodeo Nationals. All glory goes to God for He is who makes it possible for me and everyone else to enjoy the western way of life.

(See also Rodeo)

Malorie Ellis

Rodeo hasn't always been in my family. We started about four years ago when the first horse we had got hurt, and my dad bought me my first barrel horse. It took some time for us to learn, and we are still learning, but once we were in, we knew there was no going back. I fell in love with barrel racing right away. I soon made it my goal to win a buckle. About a year and a half later, I had won my first buckle in the straits at a play day. It was so exciting, and I began to make new goals. I later won buckles in poles, barrels, and straights. I even won a reserve all around bracelet. I then made another goal to win a saddle. It was so exciting once I won my first saddle. I was so thankful for all my family and my teammate (my horse) had done for me! I then made goals to fix my mistakes and shave off time. My horse and I soon were getting better and better and we still are. I love the horse I own with all my heart. He is like family. I don't know what I would do without him. He's like my big dog. He will literally come up to you and rest his head on your shoulder. He is also a treat monster. Again, I love him with all my heart and I don't know what I would do without him.

(See also Rodeo and Barrel Racing)