CHAMPIONS OF MY AIR HITCH
These champions trust and endorse My Air Hitch
and so should you!
career began at age 7, when in 1990, she was the youngest
Professional Barrel Racer to belong to the Women's Professional
Rodeo Association. At age 13, Fallon was among the youngest to
ever qualify for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It was then that she moved up to second place in the world among
peers that were twice her age. Fallon went on to qualify for 3
more National Finals qualifications each year after. At 14,
Fallon won the largest rodeo in the world, Rodeo Houston, a
check for over $15,000. Since then she has won titles:
1995 NFR Reserve Champion* 2-time Molalla, OR*
Colorado Springs, CO* Tucson, AZ* Red Bluff, CA* Vancouver, BC*
Lawton, OK* Bay City, TX* Wolf Point, MT* Medicine Hat, Alberta*
Strathmore, Alberta* Beaumont, TX* Lufkin, TX* Athens, TX*
Lafayette, LA* El Paso, TX* Nampa, ID* Red Bluff, CA* Helotes,
TX* Oakdale, CA & hundreds more!
Fallon's career earnings has exceeded
ED & MARTHA WRIGHT
and Martha Wright have been training the most outstanding barrel
horses in the country for over twenty years. You can always seem
to spot a Slash W horse running for the pay window at almost
every level of barrel racing competition in the country...from
weekend jackpots to the NFR! The Wrights' have built a
multi-faceted program to fit your every need - barrel horse
sales, nationwide clinics, pre-purchase consultations, private
lessons, custom-made saddles and bits and they have just
released their new book, Barrel Racing - Training the Wright
Dublin, Texas trainers Ed and Martha Wright
are former National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association champions,
Martha in the barrel racing and Ed in the steer wrestling. They
have also qualified many times for the Professional Rodeo
Cowboys Association's Lone Star Circuit Finals.
A two-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier,
Martha won six of ten go-rounds at the 1971 NFR. Working
together, Martha and Ed have trained barrel horses who have won
numerous futurities, derbies and sweepstakes at major events
throughout the United States.
Dear Mrs. King,
name is Allan Bach. I have been in rodeo 27 years and have made
the National Finals 26 times. It has been my good fortune to win
the National Finals 3 times. I have hauled horses many a mile. I
would say I'm probably in the top five "timed events"
cowboys in miles hauling horses.
I use a recreational size, four door,
Freightliner. It's built tough and has a stiff suspension which
causes it to ride rough. When I got my trailer from the
conversion people, they insisted that I use an air-ride hitch to
prevent damage to the trailer.
Since we started using Mr. Taylor's air-ride
system, our trailer just floats along. You can adjust the air
pressure for the most comfort according to the requirements of
the load you are hauling. I feel like it has saved the inside of
my trailer a lot! I am sure it has helped my horses too. You
have to know if it is going to make that much difference to
people in the trailer that the horses are having a much better
It's got to be the cheapest thing that you
could even invest in when you think about your $80,000 trailer
and you $70,000 truck with $100,000 worth of horses in the back.
Why waste your money when you can have a product costing only
$1500 that will protect your investment! I'm sold on "My
have been in rodeo a long time (15 years maybe). I have
qualified for the national finals 12 times and was World
Champion Header one time.
I've had a "My Air Hitch" for about
3 years now. I haven't had any problems with it. It's done a
good job. I had a different brand a while back. I don't remember
what kind it was but it kind of came apart on me, so I got rid
of it and got this one and haven't had any problems at all.
I spend time in the living quarters of my
trailer and it really has helped the bouncing around. I can
sleep a lot better with this hitch! It also gives my horses a
much better ride. I've been real happy with it.
Thanks a lot,
My name is Joe Colletti. I've been roping
calves for as long as I can remember. I bought a "My Air
Hitch" about 6 months ago. The first thing I noticed was
that my horses weren't experiencing the swelling up on their
hocks like they had been after traveling long distances.
Then the guys in the trailer noticed a much
smoother ride. I'm very happy with my hitch. I believe it does a
good job taking care of my rig, my horses and people too!