Harry Vold Rodeo

Homethe bookslivestockschedulecrewpainted valley


Josh Edwards, 39, has been a pick up man for Vold Rodeo Company since 2008. His wife Kristy, cares for their two sons, and manages their automotive service business, so that he is able to rodeo part time. As a member of Screen Actors Guild, Josh has performed stunts in many feature films and currently has two national commercials. He also is an accredited pilot, and enjoys flying as much as his busy schedule allows. He resides in Terrell, Texas with his family.


Dalton, 26, has grown up around the Vold Rodeo Company. He was six years old when his dad, 6-time NFR pick up man, Billy Ward, along with his mother, rodeo timekeeper, Marlo Ward, started touring with the Vold Rodeo Company. Following in his father's footsteps, Dalton remains in pursuit of his dream, of one day being selected as a pick up man for the National Finals Rodeo. His excellent horsemanship and work ethic has made him a valuable member of the Harry Vold Rodeo Company, as his father, mother, and younger brother Denton, still are, on a part-time basis at various Vold Rodeos.


At the age of 30, Staci Stanbrough is a very accomplished young woman. Graduating with her Master's Degree from New Mexico State University, She is the assistant rodeo coach for Mesa Lands Community College, as well as an instructor for several classes. A self-taught silversmith, her side business of custom ordered spurs, headstalls, and jewelry has grown rapidly.

In the midst of all of these accomplishments, Staci spends her summers and weekends with the Vold Rodeo Company. She flanks horses, feeds, sorts, and loads stock equal to her male collegues.


Fred Boettcher 43, made a name for himself in the rodeo world, riding bulls . The Wisconsin raised cowboy had to travel many miles while competing, to qualifiy for 6 Nationals Finals Rodeos. After retiring from competition in 2008, he continued his involvement with the sport, by serving as the Bull Riding Event Director, and also on the Board of Directors for the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association until February, 2017. Boettcher still continues to manage the Extreme Bull Riding Tour, sanctioned by the P.R.C.A. , while traveling with the Vold Rodeo Company as the Livestock Supervisor/ Flankman.


Ty Atchison 33, earned his nickname “Cowboy Ty” from his lack of conforming to the modern day cowboy appearance so many men his age have adopted. A NFR qualifier in the saddle bronc riding , he also competed in the tie down roping and team roping in college. A graduate from a University in Tennessee, Ty has shelved his degree to pursue his passion in the rodeo arena. No longer competing, he has cultivated his natural talent to become an accomplished pick up man.


Savannah 24, is a double major graduate from Panhandle State University. After graduation, Savannah joined the Vold Rodeo Company crew. Her lack of livestock experience in the beginning, drove her to work twice as hard, and has become a most valuable member of the team, able to do any job needed. With no rush to settle down, her position with the rodeo company allows her put her accounting career on hold, while she enjoys traveling and various other adventures.


Mikey Jo was destined to a life in rodeo. Her dad was an accomplished steer roper, her mother still an active rodeo secretary. Both her brothers maintain rodeo participation in the production field. Mikey, a graduate from Tarleton State University, has used her career as a rodeo secretary to fulfill her love of travel, and takes advantage of her “off days” to sightsee and visit national landmarks. Realizing the value of this opportunity, she archives her travels on film, And has won several awards for her photos.


Tyson Twitchell, 30, is a new father, and learning to balance family and his love to rodeo. He has built a knife building business and also a name for himself shoeing horses from his Laramie Wyoming home. This also allows him to help Vold Rodeo Company on a regular basis. Accomplished bullfighter, he shoes all the saddle horses for the rodeo company, and can flank the bucking horses when needed. Chosen by his peers as a bullfighter for back to back Mountain State Circuit Finals In 2017 and 2018.


Home | The Books | Featured Livestock | Schedule & Contact | Crew | Painted Valley
Harry Vold Rodeo Company
Site Copyright © 2012-2019 Vold Rodeo Company | Site creation by CR Publishing