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Sadie Noblitt

Professional Title: HatCo Marketing Coordinator, HatCo – Stetson, Resistol and Charlie1Horse
Las Vegas, Nevada

“My name is Sadie Noblitt. I was born on November 9, 1999 into a family of rodeo cowboys, farmers, and ranchers in California. I started riding horses at the age of two and began competing in the Three-Day Eventing (Dressage, Show Jumping, and Cross Country) at the age of six. At age fifteen I changed horse disciplines and started competing in Cutting, Reining Cow Horse, Team Roping, Breakaway Roping, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending and Goat Tying. My family’s lifestyle included growing crops, raising fair animals, branding, helping with my family’s cow-calf operation and horse program. 

I went to California Polytechnic College on a Rodeo Scholarship. I majored in Agricultural Communications with a focus in Marketing. I currently work for Hatco (Resistol, Stetson and Charlie1Horse) as the Marketing Coordinator. My job entails Social Media Marketing, Content Management, Endorsee programs, Sponsorship fulfillments, Special event coordination and planning, Brand marketing, Public Relations, and the production of photo shoots. 

My time out of the office is spent Team Roping, Barrel Racing and Breakaway roping. My roots are deep in the western way of life and that is where my heart lies. I truly live it every day!”

Vision for the future of women in the Western industry: “My vision for the future of women in the Western Industry is to continue to bring value, innovative ideas, and synergy to the Western way of life. Not only are women powerful and very influential in their household, but also in the western industry. The grit and grace that women bring to the Western industry is limitless. Women can do it all. From raising children, roping, and riding, to commanding a boardroom. I believe women play a valuable role in continuing to embrace our Western heritage. The foundation of our industry is faith, family, and western culture. Women are a particularly important part, in preserving the Western legacy. My goal is to expand, promote and educate the significance of the Western industry in our American heritage and throughout the world.”

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