EquiMedic USA's PRCA Patch Program Sponsorship
EquiMedic USA is a rodeo family. Rodeo is how we spend our horse time, and where our equine skills and experiences derive from. We are a horse family. In rodeo, our family is "timed event" competitors: roping and steer wrestling.
In the late summer of 2010 we joined the Professional Rodeo Association's PRCA Patch Program. We help to sponsor fellow South Dakota timed event champions with their first aid needs, both equine and human, where ever we can. The cowboys and cowgirls of our PRCA EquiMedic Patch Team use our kits at home and on the road, whenever they are in need of emergency supplies, in their daily rodeo lifestyles.
Our patch program team members give us feedback from the field about how our kits are working for them, and they give us suggestions about further products to add to our kits, and put on our list of product offerings. Our team members travel from 80,000 to 120,000 miles annually competing all over the U.S. and Canada. Traveling with our EquiMedic first aid kits helps to keep our team member's horses safe, healthy and in top competitive form.
The EquiMedic logo rides with our cowboys and cowgirls in every run of their rodeo careers, on their shirt shoulder area, or arm. We serve our team members with pride and take great pride in our logo riding with them.
We proudly introduce you to our PRCA EquiMedic Patch Program Team members. They are our roving ambassadors, out and about, doing what our family enjoys doing on our horses.
- Jesse Tierney, Hermosa, SD, was a roper from the cradle. Jesse came up through the youth ranks of rodeo, and college rodeo and is now making his own name in the roping arenas of the PRCA's largest rodeos. Jesse excels as a header, steer roper and tie down roper.
- Todd Suhn, Hermosa, SD, is a veteran of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, having made the trip to the Las Vegas grand finale fourteen times. Suhn is an icon in the world of steer wrestling. Todd has won the coveted steer wrestling title at every major PRCA rodeo in the United States and Canada.
- Jill Moody, Letcher, SD, and her infamous gray mare, Dolly, have set barrel racing records all over the continent. A four time competitor at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR), Jill and Dolly have been the World Reserve Champion Barrel Racers twice. The pair not only owns the WNFR arena record, they also own the average record. The formidable pair are the idols of young barrel racing fans all over the country.
- Jake Rinehart, Highmore, SD, at 6' 8" tall, is the biggest man in rodeo. The gentle giant has been to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) twice, expertly taking steers to the dirt in steer wrestling. A ranch product, Jake is involved in his folk's Quarter Horse and cattle operation.