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Announcers

Brandon McLagan 4X International Finals Rodeo Announcer Brandon McLagan of Warrensburg MO will be calling the action inside the Kansas Expo Centre at this years Equifest. McLagan grew up on a small cow/calf & back grounding operation in west central Missouri. All throughout high school & college he was active in rodeo as both a competitor & announcer. He now serves as the Vice President of the Missouri Rodeo Cowboys Association & has been selected to be the master of ceremonies at the past 2 Missouri Finals Rodeos. In his 20 year announcing career Brandon has been voted to announce over 30 finals events for rodeo & bull riding organizations all over the country. He is also an avid hunter & loves all things to do with the outdoors. When he's not in the woods or announcing a rodeo somewhere, McLagan is a livestock auctioneer at Russell Livestock Market in Russell, IA, Davies County Livestock Market in Gallatin, MO, Green City Livestock in Green City, MO & Appanoose County Livestock Auction in Centerville, IA. Brandon is proudly sponsored by R Bar B Saddle, Tack & Trailer of Topeka.
Kory Keeth Kory Keeth is from Conway, Missouri. While growing up, he participated in youth rodeos, sports, working around the farm, hunting and numerous outdoor activities. However, he felt the passion to use the microphone. With the continual growth of his passion for rodeo, Kory realized his desire of pursuing a rodeo announcing career. Kory obtained his Associate’s degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College where he majored in Agriculture. Currently, Kory is continuing his education at NEO through Missouri State University’s pathways program. Kory has been blessed with the opportunity of having announced the 67th Annual Cavalcade Rodeo, the American Royal Youth Rodeo, Kansas State University, and Fort Hayes Rodeo. Additionally, he has announced a PBR event. His lifelong dream is to announce on rodeos biggest stages all while ministering and singing at cowboy churches along the way. He also wants to have a ranch and run cows. Kory says that without God he would be nothing and that his absolute favorite verse is Jeremiah 29:11, which says, “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.”
Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

Announcers

Brandon McLagan 4X International Finals Rodeo Announcer Brandon McLagan of Warrensburg MO will be calling the action inside the Kansas Expo Centre at this years Equifest. McLagan grew up on a small cow/calf & back grounding operation in west central Missouri. All throughout high school & college he was active in rodeo as both a competitor & announcer. He now serves as the Vice President of the Missouri Rodeo Cowboys Association & has been selected to be the master of ceremonies at the past 2 Missouri Finals Rodeos. In his 20 year announcing career Brandon has been voted to announce over 30 finals events for rodeo & bull riding organizations all over the country. He is also an avid hunter & loves all things to do with the outdoors. When he's not in the woods or announcing a rodeo somewhere, McLagan is a livestock auctioneer at Russell Livestock Market in Russell, IA, Davies County Livestock Market in Gallatin, MO, Green City Livestock in Green City, MO & Appanoose County Livestock Auction in Centerville, IA. Brandon is proudly sponsored by R Bar B Saddle, Tack & Trailer of Topeka.
Kory Keeth Kory Keeth is from Conway, Missouri. While growing up, he participated in youth rodeos, sports, working around the farm, hunting and numerous outdoor activities. However, he felt the passion to use the microphone. With the continual growth of his passion for rodeo, Kory realized his desire of pursuing a rodeo announcing career. Kory obtained his Associate’s degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College where he majored in Agriculture. Currently, Kory is continuing his education at NEO through Missouri State University’s pathways program. Kory has been blessed with the opportunity of having announced the 67th Annual Cavalcade Rodeo, the American Royal Youth Rodeo, Kansas State University, and Fort Hayes Rodeo. Additionally, he has announced a PBR event. His lifelong dream is to announce on rodeos biggest stages all while ministering and singing at cowboy churches along the way. He also wants to have a ranch and run cows. Kory says that without God he would be nothing and that his absolute favorite verse is Jeremiah 29:11, which says, “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.”