We are honored to Sponsor Cowgirls with this much grit!

Thank you for representing Duba's Trailer Customizing and Sales at the various Rodeo Events across the nations.  Safe Travels and thank you for pulling one of our trailers! 

Trula Churchill - Duba Cowgirls



Trula is married to Linn, NFR steer wrestler. They live on the family ranch in Valentine, NE where they have a cow/calf operation and have started a horse breeding program. Trula attended East Central University in Ada, OK and completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a teaching certification. She taught high school science in Oklahoma before moving to Nebraska where she continued her teaching career in a K-8, two-room schoolhouse. In 2011 she left the teaching profession to rodeo full time. She is currently competing on a home-grown, gelding - -A Streak of Rita more affectionately known as “Worm”.  

If you are looking for quality workmanship and a company that stands behind their work, Duba's Trailer Customizing is the one to go to for all your trailer needs. They will go above and beyond to construct beautiful living quarters and continue to provide service after the sale. Brian and Correne are very knowlegable and caring people that want their customers to be satisfied with everything. 

Trula Churchill Interview by Good Life Western Sports

Christy Loflin - Team Duba



I can't tell you how many compliments I get on my Duba Trailer! I am so proud to be a part of their team and happy to let you know that they were featured on Extreme RVs! Please like the Duba Facebook page and check out their amazing work on the Travel Channel

All of us need role models in our lives - someone we look up to - a mentor and guide in our lives. Occasionally we find ourselves in that very role, being watched by others and I want to be able to help motivate others to achieve and encourage them to reach for goals of their own. Whether it's barrel racing or something near and dear to them. I have always been a big dreamer! I believe with all of my heart that if you can dream it you can do it! It may not always be a smooth path but nothing feels better than achieving a goal that you have set and worked hard to reach. In the sport of barrel racing we have so many variables that affect the outcome of our success. Sometimes things don't go our way and it's easy to lose sight of our dreams. Being positive and able to take the good with the bad has been the key to my success. I don't have any special talents or great barrel racing skills, I just always kept my dream in my heart and never, never, never gave up! 

Jessie Telford



Jessie Clark-Telford is the talented wife of professional trainer Jake Telford, who recently added NRCHA Open Futurity Champion to his long list of winnings training and showing the filly, Starlight Kisses, owned by Holy Cow Performance Horses.  But "Jake Telford's wife" isn't the only title Jessie goes by, this talented horsewoman is known for her own accomplishments as well in the horse event arena.

Born in Riley, Oregon (Riley is in the middle of nowhere in eastern Oregon, and I do mean NO WHERE!)  Starting her life in a ranching family it's only natural she'd be horseback before she could talk.  Her parents, Dave and Patty Clark, moved the family, which included brother Tom, to Terrebonne, Oregon in 1990 when Jessie was 10 years old.

Deb Christy- Team Duba



Deb and husband Steve produce a very successful winter barrel racing series in McCook NE and also produce the Triangle Cross Classic Futurity also held in McCook. Deb competes in several rodeo associations winning year end championships and is a many time finalists.
“I love my new Duba trailer – it is the second trailer I have had from them, and I really liked my first one but love this new one! I was very humbled when they asked me to join their rodeo team – it is such a privilege to be affiliated with such nice people and very much appreciate their high standards they set not only with their trailer business but with their personal lives. Very positive people and that is a huge plus with me. I feel very privileged to have their sponsorship!” 

Deb has been involved with horses all her life and learned to ride by "walking out" her dad's (Bud Forell) doggin' horse as soon as she could sit in the saddle.