We are proud and excited to have such great folks come help make the Seward County PRCA Rodeo a GREAT experience!!!!!
The voice of the Seward County PRCA Rodeo is Mr. Doug Mathis. Doug has been a member of PRCA since 1995 and announces at rodeos all across the country. He has been announcing at the Seward County PRCA Rodeo since its inception in 2014. We are proud to be able to have Doug's insight and experience to help grow the Seward County PRCA Rodeo bigger every year.
You can catch up on where Doug will be announcing next by clicking on the picture to go to his website and check out his schedule to see if he'll be announcing at a rodeo near you!!!
Coors Man in the Can
Doug Munsell, Jr.
For the 3rd year Doug Munsell Jr will be the Coors Man in the Can for the Seward County PRCA Rodeo. Doug will be working the barrel during the bull riding as well as making everybody laugh with his crazy antics. Doug has been a PRCA barrelman since 1993 and has worked numerous rodeos and finals including the 2001 PRCA Prairie Circuit Finals. Doug is currently the rodeo coach at Dodge City Community College and adds years of experience and knowledge to the Seward County PRCA Rodeo.
Wacey Munsell comes back to the Seward County PRCA Rodeo for the 3rd year in a row. Wacey is a third generation bullfighter following in his father and grandfather's footsteps. Wacey has won multiple freestyle bullfighting buckles and in 2013 he was voted one of the top five bullfighters in PRCA. Wacey will have you on the edge of your seat every time, so don't take your eyes off of him.
This will be Judd's third trip to Liberal for the Seward County PRCA Rodeo.
Judd originates originally from Hawaii. He was born and raised on the island of Oahu, and is a 3rd generation cowboy. Judd competed in rodeos in highschool and college. Close friend, Wacey Munsell is one reason Judd started fighting bulls. Judd now resides in Greeley Colorado and in 2013 was one of two bullfighters at the Benny Binion's World Famous Bucking Horse and Bull sale to received a buckle for the best bullfighter. Judd is also involved in rodeo ministry and believes in using his talents as a tool to share the Gospel and what God has done in his life.
JD Conway returns for the 4th year as the on-site vet at the Seward County PRCA Rodeo.
JD Conway DVM joined the Outlaw Equine team in October 2016. He grew up with thoroughbred racehorses on a farm in Lexington, KY. Dr. Conway received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors (Animal Science) in 2008, from Texas A&M University. In 2012, he received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO where he was honored with the Equine Surgical Service Award.
Dr. Conway is an active member of the AAEP, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and the Texas Equine Veterinary Association (TEVA). He is certified in acupuncture from the International Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture and is licensed to practice in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, and Montana.