Shelby is 19 years old and lives on a ranch in Southern Alberta. For the past 11 years, she has brought her fast-paced and high-energy act all across Canada, the United States, and Australia. Shelby is a 3-Time Canadian Trick Riding Champion, and in 2015 she travelled to Australia as apart of Team Canada and was crowned the Australian Trick Riding Champion. In 2018, she was named the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association Contract Act of the Year and performed as an opening act at the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Some of her highlight appearances include the Ponoka Stampede, the Armstrong IPE & Stampede, the Canadian Finals Rodeo, the Snake River Stampede, and the St. Paul Rodeo. Shelby is best known for her unique and quick style of vaulting which is recognized at rodeos across North America.
Lindy Nealy-Lica is 28 years old from Bloomington, IL. She began trick riding at the age of 10, and has been performing at rodeos, Wild West shows, and dinner theatres over half of her life. She is an accomplished Trick Rider and Roman Rider, and rides two flashy buckskin quarter horses. She did stunt work on the film Cowgirls and Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer, was a feature trick rider at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner Theater, and in 2014 was named the IPRA Contract Act Showcase Champion. Lindy also was named the North American Trick Riding Qualifier Champion, which took her to Las Vegas for the North American Trick riding Championships. Lindy’s finesse and graceful style will make her death-defying stunts look effortless atop her fast horses!
At 25 years of age, Madison MacDonald-Thomas is one of the World's Top Equestrian Athletes in the arena. Born and raised south of Calgary Alberta, she is a seasoned entertainer with over 19 years of experience under her belt. Now calling Stephenville Texas home, Madison has had amazing opportunities to perform across Canada, the United States, and Mexico at World Renown Events and Rodeos. She has been selected as an 8X NFR Contract Act and has had the honor of performing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo since the age of 18. In 2017, she was a Top 5 PRCA Dress Act of the Year nominee, and has performed at some of the nation’s greatest venues. When she is not on the road she spends her time competing as a WPRA Barrel Racer, Team Roping, Training Horses, and Teaching Lessons.