Spring Rodeo Features Veteran Specialty Act

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One of Pro Rodeo's funniest entertainers, Timber Tuckness, a veteran rodeo personality, is the featured specialty act for the 2006 Gary Hardt Memorial Rodeo.

Tuckness, 46, has been in the business for 26 years and traveled all over the country.

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"I don't know if I've been in Payson before," Tuckness said. "I've been kicked in the head so many times, it's hard to keep track."

"I don't know if I've been in Payson before," he said. "I've been so many places and kicked in the head so many times, it's hard to keep track."

With a trailer full of antics and a barrel full of laughs this clown is ready to entertain.

Although he's a veteran, he brings new and exciting acts to each and every performance.

The father of two, Tuckness' resume features numerous television and movie appearances, including doing stunt work on the Ron Howard film "Far and Away," starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman.

He has also participated in top rodeo events around the country, including world and national finals events.

Tuckness will perform in between contests.

"If things are going smoothly you will hardly hear from me," he said. "If I'm out there doing a lot of talking, things aren't going as smoothly as we'd like."

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