The McMillan Family Trick Rider offer fast-paced fun and family entertainment.
The family includes Mark, dad; Lynette, mom; and eight kids between the ages of 4 and 20: Josh, Caleb, Riley, Callahan, Nick, Davey, Zane, and Josie. Mark and Lynette have four biological kids and have adopted four from the foster care system. They have their own stock contracting rodeo company and the kids are fully involved in the rodeo world.
These kids are being raised on a ranch in Soap Lake, Wash., and were born with the desire to ride and entertain. They come by it naturally as their grandmother, Doreen Sloan, was a trick rider in Madison Square Gardens. Their skill and desire is in their blood.
Mark and Lynette wanted to add something extra into their rodeos so they sent the two girls, Riley and Callahan, to Karen Vold’s Trick Riding Camp near Pueblo, Colo. This started their career. They then progressed to being taught by Joanie Parsons, a trick rider who currently resides in the Northwest and was taught by the legendary Dick and Connie Griffith. The training received from Harry and Karen Vold and Joanie Parsons are the reasons the group has excelled so quickly. These talented and fabulous trainers instilled values in them they will take with them far beyond their trick riding years.
The McMillan Family Trick Riders have been performing at rodeos throughout the Northwest for the past three years. The McMillan siblings will thrill you with their riding stunts and fast paced vaulting. Each one has their own horse that they trust with their lives. A strong faith, the love of family and rodeo, along with lots of hard work and practice makes all that they do possible.
The above information was taking from the McMillan Family Trick Riders website.
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