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We only select a few people to represent the Twister Trailer brand. The professionals that we partner with, share the passion and devotion to being successful as we do in building a great trailer. You can count on these professionals to tell you about Twister, why they pull them, and why they believe in us.


  • Trevor Brazile

    23 Time World Champion Cowboy

    Trevor Brazile is transforming the rodeo industry with his relentless pursuit to break records and blaze new trials. He has the distinction of having qualified for the National Finals in four disciplines—heading, heeling, tiedown roping and steer roping. Brazile has qualified for the NFR 11 straight years in the tiedown roping, and is a seven-time NFR team roper. He won the NFR team roping average with Patrick Smith in 2008. He’s roped at the last 13 consecutive National Finals Steer Ropings.

    Trevor Brazile

    23 Time World Champion Cowboy

  • Lari Dee Guy

    Multiple World Champion

    Lari Dee Guy was born and raised in Abilene, TX 1971. She has been roping and ranching since she was able to be on a horse. Lari Dee has won 11-consecutive AJRA world roping titles beginning at age 9. She attended Vernon Junior College where she won a NIRA National Championship, and then moved on to Texas Tech University where she won a second NIRA National Championship. Lari Dee has won numerous titles through the years since college.

    Lari Dee Guy

    Multiple World Champion

  • Patrick Smith

    2X World Champion Heeler

    Patrick did not begin roping until 1998. He rode horses for three-time world champion Allen Bach and was introduced to Tee Woolman. Patrick enjoys riding motorcycles and golf when he's not roping. His parents, Richard and Gloria, owned a heating and air conditioning company in Midland called "Smith company." He has an older brother and sister. Patrick is the first in his family to be involved in rodeo. His favorite sports team is the Dallas Cowboys. He appeared on ESPN’s cold pizza morning show in Las Vegas on Dec. 6, 2005.

    Patrick Smith

    2X World Champion Heeler