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Mason Pro Rodeo Productions, with over 45 year’s of rodeo experience, is owned and operated by Leroy and Judy Mason of River Ranch, Florida. Mason Pro Rodeo Productions has an outstanding reputation for its unique and first class rodeo production. Leroy’s years of rodeo experience includes competing in six of the seven standard rodeo events, with Championship Titles, Buckles, and Saddles along the way in both the IPRA and the PRCA. He has produced rodeos indoors as well as outdoors across the United States and Central America. Leroy says, “Rodeo is what I enjoy and know best. It is part of my DNA, my heart is wrapped around this sport and I am thankful for the opportunity God has given me to pursue what has always been my dream and passion.”


Judy is a former WPRA Barrel Racing Competitor, Barrel Racing Horse Trainer, and a Barrel Racing Futurity Champion. She uses her musical talents and creative ideas, for their rodeo opening productions and handles the choreography bringing it all together. Judy says. “I love the hard work, excitement, and all the wonderful people involved in rodeo. There is camaraderie in what we refer to as our rodeo family; it extends beyond the cowboys, cowgirls, and rodeo queens, but to all the sponsors involved as well. I believe it is a chance for everyone to experience part of what being a cowboy is all about, to see it up close and personal. It is a privilege to do what I do. I truly live a blessed life!“


We invite you to bring your family and experience all the action. You will have an entire seat, but you will only use the edge.

Leroy & Judy Mason

Grant Mason, the son of Leroy and Judy Mason, has been involved with rodeo in one way or another his entire life. He is an avid Team Roper and has worked almost every position that exists in a rodeo arena. However his true passion is being the Rodeo Pickup Man.  Grant says, “I love it! Not only is it the most fun I’ve had in the rodeo arena, but you get to be a part of a safety net for those rough stock riders. Bronc riders depend on you to help them if they get in a bad situation on the back of a bucking horse. The same can be said when a bull rider gets bucked off and can’t get up. The bullfighters distract the bull away from the rider, but the pressure is on the pickup man to get the bull roped and under control as soon as possible to prevent further injuries. Not to mention the adrenaline rush of having a 2,000 bull on the end of your rope, there is truly no comparison. There really isn’t anything comparable that I have experienced like the sport of rodeo. I am blessed to have grown up in the world of rodeo."

Grant Mason rescuing a bronc rider on his horse Delmar 

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Morgan Mason  and Grant Mason met in 2012 at Texas A&M University. Their passion for roping brought the two together at a roping pen in College Station. Grant proposed right before "Mo" graduated from A&M in 2015 and in November of 2016 she  became a Mason, too! Morgan interned with Mason Pro Rodeo Productions and was working for MPR as the Sponsor Sales and Relations coordinator.  Morgan participated in Texas Junior High Rodeo and Texas High School Rodeo Association Region IX. Morgan and her horse Skeeter, have done it all from roping breakaway, tying goats, heading, heeling, and running barrels. “I am blessed to be able to turn my passion for rodeo into a profession. They always say, ‘do something you love and you will never work a day in your life!

Morgan Williams and Skeeter

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