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Magic in Motion

Madison Thomas has followed her dreams of becoming a Professional Trick Rider and now has more than 25 years of experience performing across North America, including Mexico, at world-renowned events and rodeos. Born and raised outside of Calgary, Alberta, she now calls Helena, Montana her home. Madison has been selected 10Xs as an NFR Contract Act and has been nominated 6Xs as one of PRCAs Top 5 Dress Act of the Year. Madison is also a professional barrel racer and spends her time competing, team roping, breakaway roping and training horses when not performing. Madison is known for her fast-paced, high-energy, and very skilled trick riding.

Haley Proctor was born and raised in northeast Oklahoma. She began trick riding at age four after begging her uncle 4x NFR Contract Act Shawn Brackett to teach her the trade. She was blessed with the opportunity to work with legendary trick riders at a young age, where she was able to learn and hone her craft. Haley was nominated as the 5x Top 5 PRCA Dress Act of the Year, crowned the 2007 World Champion Trick Rider, and competed in the 2016 North American Trick Riding Championships in Las Vegas. Haley is always expanding her talents and constantly keeps the crowd at the edge of their seats.

Magic in Motion

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Miss Rodeo America

Miss Rodeo America 2024

Emma Cameron was crowned as Miss Rodeo America 2024 on Sunday, December 10th at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to being selected, the 24-year-old represented the Land of Enchantment as Miss Rodeo New Mexico 2023.

The historic southwest of Santa Fe helped fuel Emma’s passion for rodeo at an early age. Her participation and dedication to high school rodeo culminated with her being crowned the National High School Rodeo Queen in 2018. After graduating with honors from Cornell University, Emma worked as a commodity risk management analyst in Kansas City before moving back to the Southwest where she worked as a diagnostic technical specialist in the animal health industry. In her free time, she enjoys rodeoing, showing ranch riding and reined cow horses, weightlifting, and working with 4-H and youth rodeo organizations. After her reign as Miss Rodeo America, she plans to attend law school and pursue a career representing producers to ensure sustainability of the agriculture industry. Outside of the rodeo and agricultural arenas, she has a special place in her heart for foster children and children who face difficul circumstances as they try to learn who they are in the world.

During her reign as the official representative of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Emma will travel approximately 50,000 miles and appear at nearly 150 rodeo performances, as well as making appearances at schools, civic groups, and other special events educating the public and creating awareness about the sport of rodeo, its sponsors, and its opportunities. During her reign she will represent and promote rodeo, agriculture, and the western way of life to more than 2 million people. Emma will serve as a spokesperson at a variety of promotional events, and serve as a model in commercial advertisements for western retailers, publications, sponsors, and other service providers to the western industry.

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