We all know that familiar saying “That Ain’t No Bull” that surrounds the legacy of the Earnhardt name and the Earnhardt Auto Centers, the oldest family-owned and operated automobile businesses in the Southwest! You may also know that scattered within the Earnhardt family are real cowboys and rodeo competitors. The Cowboy Lifestyle Network has already informed you of the famous first generation and second generation Earnhardt Cowboys, Tex and Hal.
Now, moving down the line, we want to introduce to you, third generation Earnhardt cowboys, Wyn, and Ace. Wyn and Ace Earnhardt, who happen to be twins, both help run the family auto business, continuing to “guarantee customers excellent service from a name that can be trusted.” The two also enjoy roping in rodeos and bringing home buckles and saddles after their big wins.
One might say that they were born into the lifestyle because they were surrounded by it all their lives, with both their stepfather and uncles being ropers themselves. However, it wasn’t until around nine years old that they learned to rope and participate in rodeos by way of their stepfather. In either case, Wyn and Ace have had great success in their roping days, traveling to such places as Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, and many others to compete in rodeos. Perhaps one of Cowboy Lifestyle Network’s favorite roping events for these two is none other than the Arizona Tex Earnhardt Days in Rawhide, where cowboys leave with winning buckles that include the Earnhardt logo, and also one of the many championship buckles that Wyn has collected over the years.
Wyn and Ace love to rope, but mostly they appreciate the cowboy lifestyle and the atmosphere that comes with it. They like being around good people; they like taking risks, and at times, they like living a little on the wild side! Wyn and Ace Earnhardt may have acquired a few buckles and saddles throughout time. However, the real question is, do they have more buckles or do they have more trucks? The answer as stated by Wyn is, “I have a lot of buckles, two horses, and too many trucks.” Of the many trucks he owns, Ram trucks are still his favorite, the truck of the National Finals Rodeo. “If you can’t dodge it, ram it,” he states. Wyn Earnhardt is quite the character.
If you have not had the opportunity to see Ace or Wyn rope in rodeo events, or if have not had the chance to buy a brand new vehicle from them, then get on over to Earnhardt Dodge today!
As always, “they promise world class service, famous low prices and the best selection of America’s most popular vehicles.”