Owner & Operator, Stuart Pletcher has made rodeo his career for the last 30 years.  His accomplishments are not only as a contestant but as an elected official in associations designed to maintain the integrity & promote the lifestyle of rodeo.

  • President of the Michigan Ropers Association
  • Mid-States Rodeo Association Director
  • Canadian Cowboy's Association Eastern Division Stock Contractor Director
  • International Finals Rodeo Pick Up Man
  • Mid-States Finals Rodeo Pick Up Man
  • Mid-States Rodeo Association Pick Up Man of the Year
  • Mid-States Finals Rodeo Heading Champion
  • Mid-States Finals Heeling Champion
  • Michigan Ropers Association Heading Champion
  • Michigan Ropers Association Heeling Champion
  • Michigan Ropers Association All Around Champion
  • International Professional Rodeo Association Regional Finals Heading Champion
  • International Professional Rodeo Association Regional Finals Heeling Champion
  • Canadian Cowboy's Association Heeling Finalist
  • Dodge Ram Rodeo Tour Heeling Champion




Committed to providing the best possible livestock for our timed event contestants, Twisted P Rodeo Co raises our own Corriente cattle.  Slow growing, fast, agile & strong, Corriente  are ideal for team roping & steer wrestling.  Most ranchers opt for raising much larger beef cattle making this breed very rare in the Midwest.  Our cattle have been chosen for the Mid-States Rodeo Association Finals Rodeo.   



Our bucking bulls come from Hat Creek Cattle Co's Jason Kreischer along with John Tiemyer & Jason O'Heran of West Michigan Cattle Co.  Each maintain large herds of bucking bulls they keep in top shape & ready to rodeo.  Many of these bulls have been nominated to buck at the International Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.



.Our bucking horses come from a long line of bucking stock owned by Terry Vesey & Joe Harrison.  Foals are raised in the rugged terrain of North Dakota where they grow healthy & strong before starting their career.  Many of these horses have gone on to buck at the International Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, OK, the Mid-States Finals in Swanton, Ohio, the Dodge Ram Rodeo Finals in Newmarket, Ontario.



Farming is our way of life.  We produce our own hay, oats, corn & wheat.  We use tractors most of the time but still do plenty of the work using draft horses.  It's a great way to exercise & train young horses, not to mention making the work a lot more enjoyable!



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