Sunday, February 20, 2011

Denny Chapman wins Multiple Titles at Bay Area Bandits SASS Mounted Shooting match

Denny Chapman won Men's Level 5, High Point Cowboy, Mounted Rifle division and was Match Overall Winner at the Bay Area Bandit's SASS Mounted Shooting event in Dover FL yesterday. "The Bandits have a great SASS club," Chapman said, "They were extremely hospitable as I had a radio show appearance lined up later in the day - they offered to let me shoot first in the last stage so I could make it to the show." Chapman, a cast member of Season 1 of History's 'Top Shot' is well-known for his mounted shooting horse training program and clinics, as well as his Wild West Entertainment business. "I'm flying out to the SASS Winter Range this week to compete in the Western National Championships of Mounted Shooting - then producing a pro-jackpot mounted shooting event at the Central Florida Fair March 4, with Wild West specialty act entertainment and mounted shooting exhibitions for two days leading up to the event," Chapman said, "I keep a lot of 'Irons in the Fire', so to speak, and love my work and lifestyle between my media work, competitions, training and live entertainment." Chapman is also known as the co-host of Western Shooting Horse TV, and will be seen on RFD-TV this Spring in a new series produced by WSH's Ken Amorosano. Denny's compete schedule and bio is online at

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Denny Chapman teams up with Seminole Stores

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Monday, February 14, 2011

Denny Chapman at Gander Academy

I had a great time signing autographs at the Gander Mountain Academy in Lake Mary, FL. This state-of-the-art facility features a live fire range, high-tech "V" range (virtual), as well as 180 degree and 300 degree target and scenerio simulators previously unavailable to the civilian population. My meet/greet table was next to the Landry's from History's "Swamp People" - they are a good bunch of guys and we had a great time signing pics all day. Our schedule is as busy as ever, with radio shows, magazine articles, promo appearances, entertainment and competitions all over the country. Check out my complete schedule at