California Dreamin' with Amy Witt

Team Roping + Fashion

with Amy Witt

Ropers Sports News is proud to introduce a new monthly column written by aspiring journalist and fashionista Amy Witt, Porterville, Calif. “Besides team roping, I eat, sleep, and breathe fashion. Not only do I have a strong sense of knowledge and education in the fashion industry, I have been active in the western/rodeo industry for more than seven years, winning national and state championship titles. I am a designer for Wrangler as well, and have an up and coming clothing line, Cowboy Fresh. Team roping and fashion is what I do!”

Amy Witt

By Amy C. Witt
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‘Tis the season of giving, as well as the season to enter more ropings, rodeos, and barrel races, not to mention, party hardy and shop ‘til you puke or pass out…in Vegas. Rope those what-to-give worries goodbye because gift giving just got a whole lot easier! I have fresh, fun, and unique ideas for your entire crew.

By Amy C. Witt
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From backing into the box to chasing around her little boy, Boone, Kara Moody is always full of grace, wit, humor, class, and she is real handy with a horse and rope too! Not to mention, she was this year’s California’s Richest Breakaway roping champion.

By Amy C. Witt
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She’s captivating and fearless as she gracefully hangs from her saddle, effortlessly moving around the arena with her horse. From Pendleton rodeo to Salinas and Deadwood rodeo, to Canada, Australia, and even performing for Queen Elizabeth at the Windsor Castle in England, Brandi Phillips has an energy and presence that is exciting, inspiring and always makes you stop in your tracks to admire.

By Amy C. Witt
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At a very young age, Kamish Wagner’s signature bold “girl curl” was recognized. At only 14 months old, she was entered in her first dummy roping. When she was just 4 years old, Kamish Wagner was crowned the National Finals Rodeo Girls World Championship Dummy roping title. And as young as 5 years old, she started turning steers for her dad in the arena. Now, this 14-year old, cowgirl is not only talented and smart, but hard working and motivated, and a business owner on a mission to inspire girls and women of all ages to believe in themselves, roping and the power of Girl Kurl.