- How the west was fun
“The Wild West with Montie Montana Jr.”
Son Montie Montana Jr., continues a dynasty started by his father – actor, stuntman, trick rider and roper and rodeo performer.
The younger Montana is one of the people responsible for preserving and promoting western arena arts.
“Since then I’ve taken the show to 26 countries and now have some partners with plans to get on the road.
Our show has around 80 performers and 100 animals and with many of the same events as Colonel Cody had.”
Montie Montana Jr., one of America’s top Western speakers,
as they say out West, “has been down the road.”
Montie speaks with a unique “Cowboy Philosophy” of his many humorous experiences as a Western performer and show producer, while taking a wild bunch of Cowboys and Indians all over the world in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.
Montie has appeared on the Grand ‘Ol Opry, Gunsmoke, most of
the major rodeos in the U.S. and Canada, and has taken Buffalo Bill’s
Wild West Show to 26 countries.
He was a
Deputy Sheriff of a Mounted Posse,
the last Cavalry Officer in the U.S. Army, and has received many awards from all over the world for his many charitable appearances and accomplishments including being appointed a “Visit USA Ambassador” by the U.S. Department of Commerce, and he’s been a speaker for Governors, Ambassadors and Sultans.
He received an award at the National Cowboy Symposium.
Montie was raised in Western Show Business, performing with
his Dad, Montie Montana at rodeos all over the US and Canada, and
riding with Montie Sr. in the Rose Parade many times.
Montie Jr. took his whole family and performers from Buffalo
Bill’s Wild West to ride on the Rose Parade once again when their
theme was, “Celebrate Family.”
Montie is a 4-up stage coach driver, team roper, pilot, and
all-around Westerner with colorful stories about the Old and the new
With this background and having done a number of voice-over
commercials and announcing thousands of Western events, gives Montie the billing as “The Voice of the West.”
Montie’s shipped over 50 head of horses overseas, trained
local horses in Sweden, Belgium, Malaysia, Brazil, England and Japan
for use in Wild West Shows and has a number of stories on “how they
do it” overseas.
He’s managed a horse ranch, hauled horses over a million
miles, competed in and produced Cutting Horse contests, produced the
Stagecoach Stampede, The Master’s Rodeo, American Indian Pow Wow, took a Mexican Charreada to Japan, produced the Royal Horse Guards and a jousting tournament at the Henley Royal Regatta and was
Executive Producer for the International Cowboy and Indian Congress.
Montie was the Grand Marshal, and announced the Equest Fest on TV for the Rose Parade.
He speaks 12 languages gained from his travels, but the main one is humor, that is easy to come by watching the politicians.
Truly an all-around performer that presents the West at its’ best!