Followed in the footsteps of his father-in-law, Hadley Barrett, who announced the rodeo prior to him.
Has announced the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 20 times and has been selected as PRCA Announcer of the Year twelve times.
Is a 2017 ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee
Lives in North Platte with his wife, Michelle, who times the Phillipsburg rodeo.
Is dad to daughters Kassi, Amanda and Brittany and son Cole; is granddad to four granddaughters.
Beutler & Son Rodeo Co., Stock Contractor
Bennie and Rhett Beutler have been bringing bucking horses and bulls to Phillipsburg since 1960.
The Beutler family has been in the rodeo stock contracting business since 1928, when Bennie’s grandfather Elra and Elra’s brothers Jake and Lynn took horses and bulls to rodeos.
Bennie is a 2010 ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee.
Beutler animals, like bareback horse Killer Bee, saddle bronc horse Wound Up, and bull Voodoo Child have won numerous pro rodeo awards.
Bennie and his wife Connie live near Elk City, Okla.; Rhett and his wife Tracy live near Canute, Okla. with their daughter, Taylor, and son, Jake.
Justin Rumford, barrelman
Has been coming to the Phillipsburg rodeo grounds in a variety of capacities: as a high school rodeo competitor, as a PRCA rodeo contestant, as truck driver and feed crew for Beutlers, and now as barrelman and funny man.
This is his third trip to Phillipsburg.
Has won the PRCA’s Clown of the Year award 7 times and the Coors Man in the Can award three times.
Does a podcast called “Rumpchat,” which is ranked in the top 300 podcasts in the nation.
Lives in Ponca City, Okla., with his wife Ashley and triplets Livi, Lola, and Bandy.
Tricked Out Trick Riding, Specialty Act (featuring the Navarre sisters)
Will trick ride and crack whips as part of the entertainment for the 2021 Kansas Biggest Rodeo.
Grew up in a rodeo family, the daughter of barrelman Ted Kimzey and the sister to world champion bull rider Sage Kimzey and another bull rider, Trey Kimzey.
Has been entertaining rodeo fans for the past 15 years.
Works as a doctor of pharmacy when she’s not on the rodeo road.
The Navarre sisters: Shyla and Layna, will trick ride at the rodeo alongside Dusta. Their mother, Melissa Riddle Navarre, is a former trick rider and has performed in Phillipsburg.
Weston Rutkowski, Bullfighter
Will work as one of 2 bullfighters at Kansas Biggest Rodeo
Has worked the Phillipsburg rodeo since 2016.
Also does freestyle bullfighting.
Has won the Bullfighters Only World title 2016-2018 and was reserve champion in 2019.
Lives in Cleburne, Texas.
Dusty Tuckness, Bullfighter
Will work alongside Weston Rutkowski as a bullfighter.
Has fought bulls at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo twelve times.
Is a ten-time PRCA Bullfighter of the Year.
Is a second generation bullfighter; his dad also fought bulls.