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Olin Hannum Joins Team LVP

Olin Hannum

Being born into a rodeo family, Olin roped his first calf when he 
was 3 years old. Though playing football was a great love, nothing 
could replace the rodeo arena. 
Olin's big guns that he's hauling these days are his good Bull 
dogging horse Eagle Eye, haze horse Pax.  When not riding his 
own horse Eagle Eye you'll find Kenny Holland's horse Dash 
getting Olin across the line.
Olin and his wife Natalie, live and are raising their two daughter in 
Malad, Idaho.  …Olin, comes from a long line of rodeo cowboys 
and cowgirls who's love of the sport reached beyond the inside of 
the arena. Olin's late father, Jack, was a five-time qualifier for the 
Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Jack qualified once in tie-down 
roping in 1977 and four times in steer wrestling 1978, '79, '80, 
& '83. Jack also served as a PRCA administrator for many years. 
Olin's late mother, Lynn, was an elementary school teacher who 
twice worked the National Finals Rodeo as a timer. 
Olin’s younger brother, Jake, shares the passion of rodeo and  
qualified for the Wrangler NFR in 2007 as a tie-down roper. 

When Olin,  is home he enjoys wood working and building custom 
cabinets. He also enjoys being outdoors hunting and fishing with 
his family. Olin's faith has always been a driving factor in his life 
and always makes time to give his time and energy to his church. 

In 2007, Olin thought a buddy was playing a joke on him that 
Vogue magazine was doing a Western attire photo layout with 
Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron… This proved to 
be no joke. 
In high school, being called the "Star Quarterback" was an 
understatement! He was a Class 5A MVP quarterback for Fremont 
High Plain City, Utah and backed up future San Diego Chargers 
QB Philip Rivers at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, 
North Carolina. The orginal Wolfpack.