Steve Goedert, Rodeo Announcer

While Steve’s original plan was to purely pursue a career as a livestock auctioneer, he quickly found that his new twist on a classic style created a demand for announcing in the rodeo world. Steve spends his time selling at multiple livestock barns in Montana, announcing rodeos throughout the Western United States and giving back to his local community. As an ambassador for the Western Heritage Preservation Society, his mission is to educate those disconnected from this way of life and fight to protect and preserve our Western heritage. Steve can be seen announcing on the movie “Fire on the Hill,” released at the end of 2017.

Steve resides in Southwest Montana with his wife and three children. As a former United States Marine, Steve will grab your attention from the beginning with his patriotic pride during the opening of any event. If you are a life-long fan of the sport, or if it is your first time celebrating the way of the West, Steve will keep you informed and entertained from start to finish.


Andy Seiler, Co-Host

Rodeo announcer Andy Seiler always knew what he wanted to do. "I always put myself in the tenth round, back-against-the-wall scenarios when practicing as a team roper growing up, now I get to see it in person." After a high school national title in 2004 and three trips to the College National Finals Rodeo, Seiler traded his team rope in for a microphone in 2008. Now having announced RodeoHouston, the CNFR, and this year's Junior NFR, he has no plans of turning back. "The youth of our sport are the future, and it's up to us to give them every opportunity to succeed and help grow rodeo into tomorrow."