Rodeo announcer Charlie
Throckmorton's career spans more than 30 years. He announced his first rodeo in
1969 while still in high school. Now a Gold Card member of the PRCA,
Throckmorton has covered rodeo and bull ridings in 44 states across the nation.
Some of the major events he has announced include:
1991 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (announcing team)
3 time announcer PBR World Finals - Las Vegas, NV
8 time announcer National Finals Steer Roping
10 time announcer Texas PRCA Circuit Finals Rodeo
Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo
X-treme National Finals Bull Riding - Reno, NV
Announcer 2007 & 2008 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
In April 2007, Charlie was inducted into the Texas Rodeo
Cowboy Hall of Fame. This honor is in recognition of his abilities and
contributions to the sport of rodeo.
Charlie Throckmorton's voice has been heard on live NBC television
billboards, as well as many state fairs and rodeos throughout the country.
Charlie lives in Cleburne, Texas where he enjoys riding his Heritage
Softail Harley Davidson as a hobby. He has a son, Taylor, a daughter, Katy, and
a granddaughter, Autum.