As seen on "Borat", Yes Alan was the announcer for the rodeo that comedian Sacha Baron Cohen chose to prank for his movie Borat. "It's probably not going to be my favorite memory...... but I'll never forget it," said Moorhead. Moorhead, a lifelong rodeo fan who has more than 30 years experience calling equine events, is in his twentieth year as a full time Pro-Rodeo announcer, after several years of announcing horse shows and rodeos while working full time at Kimberly Clark Corp. 1996 marked the year Moorhead, with the support of wife and family would take the leap of faith and follow his dream to make a career as a Pro-Rodeo announcer. In 2015 Moorhead hosted the Contestant Reception at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, In 2014 he was the PRCA Ram South East Circuit Finals announcer, twice Moorhead has received the WPRA Announcer of the Year award. Moorhead. a three time announcer of the International Finals Rodeo has been the voice of the National Barrel Horse Association's World Championships since 1994, The Barrel Futurities of America World Championships since 2001, The University of Georgia Equestrian Team (6 time national champions) since 1999. Moorhead brings natural enthusiasm to his work behind the mic. It stems from his love of equine sports.
"It's more than a job," Moorhead said. "It's something I enjoy doing. I get caught up in the action as a fan of rodeo as well as it’s spokesman. I feel it's important to entertain and inform the lifelong rodeo fan as well as educate the first time spectator. I like to announce from the stand point as if I were sitting with a friend at their first rodeo and educating them.
As past host of Horsecity.com T.V., Moorhead is comfortable in front of the camera for interviews with television and can do voiceovers for your radio and television commercials. Whether it is on horseback or on foot in the arena, or from the traditional announcers stand, a crisp, clear delivery and outgoing personality makes Moorhead an asset for any rodeo in the country Moorhead resides in Beech Island S.C. with his wife and barrel racer Angie and their two sons, Jacob who works for Ram Rodeo, and Wil who attends Mississippi State Vet. School