Madison Outhier has become a recognized name in the breakaway roping industry. This is no surprise though as she has won The American Rodeo, countless ropings and was named the first ever Resistol Rookie of the Year for breakaway roping in 2021. Her commitments expand farther than just roping as she runs her own business Madison Lyn Jewelry, college rodeos and is a Mays Business student at Texas A&M University.
Madison Outhier is originally from Utopia, Texas where she grew up on her family ranch. Rodeo runs in her blood as her dad competed in the PRCA. Don’t let that fool you, she has a love for the sport of Polo too, passed down from her mom. Time management has always played a key factor in her schedule. In high school, Madi played basketball, rodeoed, played polo and started up her own business. The load hasn’t been any lighter in college, but she’s directing her focus more on her studies and rodeoing.
In the first episode of The Long Haul, we will talk to Madi about more than just her breakaway roping career. If you are thinking “how does she do it all,” then you are not the only one and we are going to find out exactly that. We will discover how a freshman at Texas A&M can manage her time to give 100% effort to every commitment she’s made. Managing horses, a business and practicing while in college is not an easy task. The reality of Madison Outhier’s rodeo career is a story worth listening to.
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