Kaci & Hope Luttrell
Kaci is a rodeo mom of two accomplished children in the National Junior High Rodeo Association and National High School Rodeo Association. Her daughter has continued competing at the collegiate, amateur, and professional level in breakaway. Kaci grew up with horses as a child and continued her fondness of horses through adulthood by passing it on to her daughter and students. She has competed in barrels in the past and now gives lessons to the next generation. Her passion from God is to teach. She works at a middle school in the special education department during the day, and after school teaches any age level rider to have confidence in their horseback riding or their rodeo event. Kaci is certified to treat horses with Acuscope and myopulse machines.
Hope Luttrell is an accomplished breakaway roper in the WPRA. She has qualified and competed in the WCRA semi finals in Oklahoma and Texas numerous times and is a 2x American semi finals competitor in Texas. Recently she won the semi finals in Cheyenne Frontier Days, the largest outside Pro Rodeo with the opportunity to compete in the finals. Besides her many placings in the WPRA she won Reserve champion in the Central Plains College Region her junior year and has qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo 2x. Her freshman year at the college finals she ended up 6th in the nation in breakaway. She is currently a senior at Oklahoma Panhandle State University in Goodwell, Oklahoma and competes in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Her passion from God is breakaway and she enjoys instructing and inspiring the next generation to keep the sport growing.