Meet The Family that has lived out the rodeo life at all different angles.
Between 50 years experience and two young sons, the Cervi family has incorporated contemporary ideas with traditional customs. See how three different perspectives bring the best to town.
Mike Cervi started out his rodeo career at age 14 traveling the United States and Europe with Gene Autry. Between clowning, steer wrestling, and bull riding Mike guides his sons with experience and wisdom.
Mike purchased the original Cervi Championship Rodeo string in 1967. The bloodlines of the original horses are still being passed down today. Read more about behind the scenes with the rodeo crew when they are not on the road, but at home with the true athletes of the game.
Working closely with committees and sponsors, Binion has helped Cervi Championship Rodeo performances grow their business statistics and ratings. The key to his success in growth and popularity is through entertainment. Being a former trick rider himself, Binion understands how to grab the audience's attention with adrenaline pumping openings, colorful side-acts, emotional closings, and a timely performance to bring it all together.
Voted four times as the NFR pickup man and the 2016 Pickup Man of the Year, PRCA cowboys recognize that Chase has a hand at getting to riders quickly and helping them down safely. But what sets Chase apart from good to outstanding, is his soft heart and unbelievable memory. Chase ensures that all of their stock are treated with the best care possible in and out of the arena. He also has an innate ability for knowing every animal's tendencies and characteristics.