• Richard Melville “Dick” Nash

    Richard Melville “Dick” Nash didn’t have the longest rodeo career. But, it was a memorable one. Nash grew up in Mantario, Saskatchewan with a love for horses and an outdoor way of life. That love evolved from a passion into Read more →

  • Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Mel Coleman won his first rodeo trophy in 1967. More than 30 years later he was still collecting awards, as well as an assortment of bumps, bruises and other injuries. In the process, he became one of the top cowboys Read more →

  • Claypool Brian

    Brian Claypool

    Brian Claypool was born in Lucky Lake and raised in Saskatoon. His interest in rodeo blossomed at an early age with Brian entering “buckin’ pony” events at rodeos where Brian’s dad was entered in the chuckwagon races. By age 13, Read more →