Team of Champions



Sharon Camarillo’s acclaimed workshops, Performance Horsemanship for Better Barrel Racing, have influenced students all over the world to enjoy the process of developing their equine partner, regardless of the discipline, to their personal potential. Her ability to evaluate, inspire and motivate has made Sharon Camarillo’s instructional books and DVDs among the best sellers in the industry.

Sharon is a Multi-National Finals Rodeo qualifier, and one of only a few women to have been inducted into both the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. As an international equine clinician and industry advocate Sharon’s career has encompassed many facets of the equestrian world and western lifestyle.

Sharon Camarillo website

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At just 38 years old, Clay Tryan has been billed as one of the three best headers to play the game. In 14 trips to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the cowboy from Billings, Mont., has won three world championships, broken several earnings and arena records, and was the ERA Champion.

“To become the PRCA World Champion as a header, you need two things:
• Your saddle to fit your horse exactly
• Make sure your saddle will allow you and your horse to perform at the maximum level

This is why I am teamed up with Reinsman. Reinsman is determined to provide the best saddles for fit, function and quality all the time.” – Clay

Clay Tryan website | PRCA Bio




Beers won his world championship in 1984 while roping with header Dee Pickett who was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2003. Beers is a 23-time NFR qualifier in team roping (1980-95, 1997-98, 2000-03, 2007). He also qualified for the NFR in tie-down roping in 1981, 1983 and 1985 and for the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping in 1992. Beers was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2017.

Reinsman crafts his signature line of bits developed for roping and speed horses.

Mike Beers Website – PRCA Bio

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More than just a clinician who talks about horsemanship, Van is a true horseman whose clinic and seminar presentations are born out of real-world experience working with and learning from horses. Van started riding horses when he was only four years old and launched his career as a trainer at 12 when the wife of world-renowned saddle maker Billy Cook hired him to train her horse. He spent much of his youth in the saddle, working cattle at ranches around his Texas home. At the same time Van was honing his skills as a trainer and competitor, taking both his own and his clients’ horses into the show ring and the rodeo arena. Van and the horses he’s trained have excelled in show and rodeo events like ranch horse versatility (his specialty), western pleasure, trail classes, calf roping, team roping, and steer wrestling.

“Whether I’m starting a young horse, tuning a performance horse or helping a horse overcome an issue, my first choice of bit is my smooth-mouth offset d-ring snaffle by Reinsman. With this bit, there’s no chance of ever pinching a horse’s cheeks because they are made with a unique brass bushing between the bit mount and the stainless steel d-rings.” – Van

Van Hargis Website

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