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Charmayne James

Charmayne James became a World Champion Barrel Racer when she won her first title in 1984 at the age of 14, a title she continued to win for the next 10 years. Each title was achieved with the same horse: Scamper. Charmayne became a member of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association in 1984, when she was awarded Rookie of the Year honors. She earned National Finals Rodeo qualifications for 19 consecutive years, also beginning in 1984. She was National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Average Champion seven times, and was inducted in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas in 1992. Charmayne and Cruiser won the 2002 WPRA World Championship along with Charmayne winning her 11th WPRA World Title. Charmayne has been heralded by professionals across the world as "one of the greatest horse people of all times."

Charmayne James is a firm believer in TAHITIAN NONI® Juice or, "The Juice" as she has come to call it for herself and her beloved horses. Charmayne is a health enthusiast and also a very active teacher and trainer. Her clinics are known the world over for their invaluable information and unique insight that has contributed to her great success.

When Charmayne isn't looking after her ranch and her growing family, Charmayne is busy on a number of exciting projects. Charmayne is currently working on a nutritional and techniques book for barrel riders and has been working with New Line Cinema on the story of how she and Scamper came together. She is gearing up for another exciting season of training clinics and telling her amazing story.

Charmayne won 10 World Championships with Scamper, unquestionably one on the greatest horses in Equestrian History. After years away from the rodeo circuit many said that her World Titles were a fluke from her relationship with Scamper. Charmayne knew they were wrong. Working with a new horse, Cruiser, Charmayne was determined to prove them wrong. Year after year she came just short of winning the world Championship. She knew Cruiser just needed that extra edge to increase his performance.

In search of a solution, Charmayne heard from a friend about the incredible properties of TAHITIAN NONI® Juice. After using the juice herself, Charmayne began giving it Cruiser in his feed. Cruiser's focus and performance improved. Charmayne and Cruiser went on to win every competition up through her 11th world title. "TAHITIAN NONI® Juice helped Cruiser and me win my 11th world title. Cruisers overall health and attitude improved on the juice. He was much more able to handle the stress that comes with rodeoing because of his improved appetite and the pain relieving qualities. TAHITIAN NONI® Equine Essentials™ is a much better approach to your horses health and longevity no matter what kind of horse you have" she said.

CHARMAYNE'S INDIVIDUAL RECORDS: 
• All Time Leading Money Earner, Barrel Racing 
• First Million Dollar Cowgirl, 1990 
• Most Professional Rodeo Championships, Single Event, 11 
• Most Consecutive Professional Championships, 11 
• First WPRA Member to Earn #1 back number, 1987 
• First WPRA Member listed in Guinness Book of World Records, 1987&92 
• WPRA Record Most NFR Qualifications, 19 (consecutive) 
• Holder of More World Championships than any other Woman in Professional Sports! 
  
1984 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 14) 
• Arena Winnings $53,499 
• First Houston Rodeo Championship, First Year 
• Rookie of the Year - Women's Professional Rodeo Association 
• Wrangler Series Champion 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1985 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 15) 
• Arena Winnings $93,847 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Second Year 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• Winston Pro Tour Champion 
• Wrangler Series Champion 
• Dodge Truck Series Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1986 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 16) 
• Arena Winnings $151,969 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Third Year 
• Turquoise Circuit Champion 
• Leading Money Winner in Professional Rodeo including Men & Women 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• Wrangler Series Champion 
• Winston Series Champion 
• Winston Pro Tour Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1987 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 17) 
• Arena Winnings $120,002 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Fourth Year 
• Turquoise Circuit Champion 
• Leading Season Money Winner in Sport of Professional Rodeo 
• First Woman in History to Wear #1 going into competition at 
• the National Finals Rodeo 
• Wrangler Series Champion 
• Wrangler Bonus NFR Champion 
• Coors Barrel Racing Champion 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1988 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 18) 
• Arena Winnings $130,540 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Fifth Year 
  
1988 Calgary Olympics - Gold Medal Team 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1989 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 19) 
• Arena Winnings $96,651 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Sixth Year 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• AQHA Horse of the Year 
• Sierra Circuit Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1990 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 20) 
• Arena Winnings $130,328 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• Copenhagen/Skoal Series Champion 
• Wrangler Series Champion 
• AQHA Horse of the Year 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1991 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 21) 
• Arena Winnings $92,403 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Seventh Year 
• US Team Roping Championships California Champion 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• Coors Chute Out Champion 
• Crown Royal Season Winner 
• Wrangler World of Rodeo Champion 
• Sierra Circuit Champion 
• AQHA Horse of the Year 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1992 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 22) 
• Arena Winnings $110,867 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Eighth Year 
• Inducted into National Cowgirl Hall of Fame 
• Calgary Stampede Champion 
• Crown Royal Season Winner 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1993 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 23) 
• Arena Winnings $103,609 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Ninth Year 
• Crown Royal Season Winner 
• Dodge Series Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Champion 
• World Champion Barrel Racer 
  
1994 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 24) 
• Arena Winnings $67,504 
• Houston Rodeo Championship - Tenth Year 
• Crown Royal Season Winner 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
1995 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 25) 
• Arena Winnings $50,345 
• Sierra Circuit Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
1996 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 26) 
• Earnings $49,995 
• Pacific Cutting Horse Association - Reno Stakes Champion 
• Dodge National Circuit Finals Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
1997 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 27) 
• Arena Winnings $54,442 
• Tucson Rodeo Barrel Racing Champion - New Arena Record 
• NFR Qualifier - 14 consecutive years 
• Fastest Time Award - 1997 NFR 
  
1998 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 28) 
• Arena Winnings $116,325 
• Finished 5th World Standings 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
1999 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 29) 
• Arena Winnings $88,520 
• Finished 6th World Standings 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
2000 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 30) 
• Arena Winnings $146,000 
• Reserve World Champion 
• Winter Tour Finals Champion 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
2001 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 31) 
• Arena Winnings $129,270 
• Finished 3rd World Standings 
• National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 
  
2002 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (AGE 32) 
• Arena Winnings $186,405.27 
• Finished 1st in World Standings 
• Winner of the USST Winter Finale 
• Jack Daniels World Standings Year End Season Leader 
• Leader of USST Wrangler Summer Tour Points 
• Set Arena Record at Ellensburg, WA (previously held by Scamper) 
• Set Arena Record at Pendleton, OR 
• Fastest time at Cheyenne, WY 
• Fastest time at Salinas, CA 
• 2002 NFR Average Winner 
• 2002 WPRA World Champion 
  
HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM HONORS 
• 1986 - Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame, Amarillo, Texas 
• 1992 - National Cowgirl Hall of Fame 
• 1995 - National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
• Display to be featured at dedication of New Wing in 1997 
• 1996 - Charmayne's horse "Scamper" inducted into Pro Rodeo Hall of 
• Fame, Colorado Springs, Colorado 
• 1997 - Display opened at Cowboy Museum, Hico, Texas 
• 2002 - Inductee into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Ft. Worth, Texas 
  
MEDIA APPEARANCES AND FEATURES 

In addition to television, radio and newspaper features in cities across the United States and Canada, Charmayne has appeared in the following national television programs and in consumer and industry publications: 
• Sports Illustrated Good Morning America 
• Elle CBS Morning Show 
• Seventeen Amazing World of Guinness 
• US ABC Wide World of Sports 
• Glamour America's Horse 
• People Discovery Channel Feature 
• USA Today ABC Sunday News with Sam Donelson 
• LIFE Magazine PM Magazine 
• Western Horseman ESPN 
• Horseman 
• Quarter Horse Journal 
• Quarter Horse News 
• Ropers Sports News 
• PRCA and WPRA News 
  
ENDORSEMENT CONTRACTS - Present 
• Professional Choice Sports Gear 
• Wrangler 
• Resistol Hats 
• Coors Brewing Company 
• S&S Barns & Buildings 
• Select the Best - Horse Supplements 
• Circle M Trailers 
• Breyer International 
• Double J Saddlery 
• Tahitian Noni International 

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