Pro Rodeo Clown and Barrelman, Rockin’ Robbie Hodges of Cave Spring, GA will be showing off his comedy routine from inside the “clown barrel” at each performance. Robbie has established himself as one of the hottest barrelman and funny guy personalities in the world of Professional Rodeo. In only five short years he was selected as barrelman for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas in 2010. His quick wit and off the cuff banter, as well as carefully thought out acts, keep the crowds entertained and looking at him for the entire performance. Robbie always promotes positive, non-violent, clean family humor, and has an uncanny knack for instantly bonding with audiences of all ages. He has performed at some of the largest PRCA Rodeos in the nation and has been nominated several times for “Coors Man in the Can” 2009-2012. You can be promised top notch, family oriented entertainment for both performances.
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Like many rodeo announcers, Davie’s love of rodeo began as a contestant when he joined the Minnesota High School Rodeo Association in the 1980’s. Working both ends of the arena roping calves and riding bareback and saddle bronc horses, he went on to qualify for the National High School Finals Rodeo and later on, the PRCA Great Lakes Circuit Finals 4 times in saddle bronc riding in 1987, ’88, ’89, and ’92. Davie migrated to the announcer’s stand when he announced his first rodeo filling in for a no-show announcer. Since then, Davie has worked his way up working high school, college, and finally professional rodeos and bull ridings throughout the United States and Canada. “Living out the dream of being a successful PRCA announcer has been a sensational journey for me, and without the help and advice from many people- including stock contractors, rodeo committees, specialty acts, clowns, fellow announcers and friends – this would never have become a reality.” Davie is quick to admit that his wife Nicky (who handles rodeo music production and sound) is a big part of his continued success. The two of them travel together throughout much of the year. His insight as a past contestant and his Midwest work ethic has helped Davie become one of the most exciting and sought after voices in the PRCA. In 2009, Davie was recognized along with some of the industry’s elite by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association by being nominated for the 2009 WPRA Announcer of the year.