Wrangler Extreme Team

2013 Extreme Team

Marty Simper, C.R. Bradley, Ryan Kail, Josh Little, Tucker Clark, Jason English, Jessica Lange, Jillian Bergstresser, Genevieve Miller, Kristin Pokluda, Trey Wood, Teresa Kackert

Jillian Bergstresser
Jill started riding American Quarter Horses at the age of four. Jill enjoys traveling to horse shows and the camaraderie found in the circuit. She enjoys coaching her clients and their horses and seeing them reach their goals and be successful in the show ring. Jill is also coach of the Oswego State University Equestrian Team.

CR Bradley
CR started riding horses before he could walk. Both of his parents trained, showed and judged American Quarter Horses. Now in the business for 35 years, CR enjoys working with such versatile horses and the level of competition they bring. In his spare time, CR enjoys spending time with his wife, Rosie, and his son, Cooper.

Tucker Clark, Tucson, AZ
Tucker is the head trainer at Bandalero Ranch in Tucson. His first exposure to the American Quarter Horse was learning to rope with his brother on his father’s horses. Tucker enjoys preparing each horse for competition and getting them ready to do their best. On his days off, Tucker spends time hunting and staying fit.

Jason English, Covington, GA
Jason has been involved with American Quarter Horses for 31 years. He accredits hard work, good customers and good horses to his success that helped qualify him for team Wrangler. In his spare time, Jason enjoys spending time outdoors hunting and fishing.

Teresa Kackert, Menifee, CA
In the equine business for 29 years, Teresa enjoys training and tuning her horses and students for the show ring. Teresa has been a Certified Professional Riding Instructor and Clinician for over 10 years. In her spare time, Teresa enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.

Ryan Kail, Cave Creek, AZ
A third-generation quarter horse trainer, Ryan competes in Halter, Pleasure and Western All-Around classes. When showing horses, Ryan most enjoys spending time with such magnificent animals. In his spare time, Ryan likes to golf and spend time with his wife and son.

Jessica Lange, Tavistock, Ontario
Jessica has earned many awards in her 28 years of working with American Quarter Horses. Growing up in the industry, Jessica’s proudest moment was watching her student ride to top 5 at Congress on a family bred and trained horse.

Josh Little, Mebane, NC
Josh started showing his first American Quarter Horse when he was 10 years old. Now in the business for 25 years, Josh enjoys training young, talented horses to a competitive level. Outside of AQHA events, Josh spends his time at local rodeos.

Genevieve Miller, Ellensburg, WA
Genevieve has been working with American Quarter Horses for 10 years. In 2012, she was voted WSQHA Professional Horseman of the year. Genevieve says her favorite aspect of showing is the challenge of getting both horse and rider ready for a show, from training to picking out the perfect show outfit to complete the look.

Kristin Pokluda, Whitesboro, TX
Kristin got her start with horses trail riding and competing at open shows. Now involved with American Quarter Horses for 20 years, Kristin has placed top 10 at both Congress and World shows. Kristin says she is most proud of raising her own horses and having them be successful in the show ring.

Marty Simper, Farr West, UT
Owning and riding American Quarter Horses is a family tradition for Marty. His father competed in calf roping and his mother loved competing in shows. Marty enjoys working with a horse’s raw talent and making them show ready. In his spare time, Marty enjoys spending time with family and friends. Marty is also a 6 time Utah Quarter Horse Association Most Valuable Professional Horseman. 

Trey Wood, Lubbock, TX
Trey is a third generation trainer of American Quarter Horses. Trey’s proudest moment with American Quarter Horses was winning the 2010 Texas Classic Futurity with Bodacious Dash, his first win in a million dollar race. In his spare time, Trey enjoys hunting and fishing.