- Speed WilliamsWorld Titles Won: 8 (1997-2004)Speed WilliamsWorld Titles Won: 8 (1997-2004)
Wrangler NFR Qualifications: 15 (1988, 1994, 1996-2008)
Today, Speed's focus is on his kids and being able to stay home with his family, rather than a being a full time pro competitor. Speed officially retired in 2009 from chasing the Gold Buckle in the PRCA, but still travels the big jackpots and a few rodeos. He is now turning his attention and passion to his family and to teaching people how to win.
- Dustin Egusquiza2-Time Wrangler NFR QualifierDustin Egusquiza2-Time Wrangler NFR Qualifier
Growing up in Florida and roping in small arenas taught Dustin to be successful. His grandfather, Manuel Egusquiza, father, Manny Egusquiza, and older brother, Manny Egusquiza Jr., all competed in team roping and tie-down roping.
- Gabriel WilliamsGabriel WilliamsGabriel Williams has turned his full attention to team roping and already winning countless Ropings.
- Hali WilliamsHali Williams
Hali Williams Is Very talented winning countless Jackpots and now has back-to-back #11 Shoot-Out wins under her belt.
Hali was born into a rodeo family but she is becoming a competitor in her own right. She is a very accomplished team roper and breakaway roper winning a division title at the USTRC in 2018 and the Texas State Championship Breakaway Roping in the Junior High this year. With a great support system, good horses, and a Bright Future.
- Carmine NastriCarmine NastriCarmine’s career has spanned for over 35 years, He has won the RAM First Frontier Circuit Finals Rodeo Average 13 times in Calf Roping Nastri also extended his record for most circuit average titles in all events to 26: 13 tie-down roping, six all-around and seven team roping.
- Coleman Proctor4-time Wrangler NFR QualifierColeman Proctor4-time Wrangler NFR QualifierColeman Proctor has made three trips to Las Vegas to compete at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, establishing himself as one of the best headers in the world.