Become a Part of This History-Making Project

These signed and numbered bronzes are exquisitely detailed and accurate in every way. Michael's attention to detail makes these sculptures come alive and capture the true spirit of the drive. You will be proud to display these pieces of fine art anywhere in your home or office.

Naming Rights: Starline Brass Trail's End Plaza

Branding Rights: ALL SOLD

Trail Boss: SOLD The cowboy in charge of all other cowboys and cattle on the trail drive. A $10,000 donation will receive one of 17, limited edition, model-size Trail’s End sculpture.

Point Rider: SOLD A cowboy who rides at the front of the herd on a trail drive. A $5,000 donation will receive one of 50 limited edition, horse and rider and longhorn steer, model-size sculpture.

Flank Rider: SOLD A cowboy who rides at the side of the herd to keep it from spreading out. A $3,000 donation will receive one of 100 limited edition, longhorn bull, model-size sculpture.

Swing Rider: Available A cowboy who rides alongside a herd to turn it in the right direction. $2,500 will place your organization or civic group's emblem on the Sponsor’s Wall.

Drag Rider: Available A cowboy who rides at the rear of the herd to keep it moving. A $1000 donation will receive one (18” x 24”), artist signed, limited edition of 500, matted and framed Giclée print of Trail’s End drawing by J. Michael Wilson.

Still available to sponsor:

For information on becoming a sponsor, please contact Trail's End Committee Chairman Doug Kiburz at

The Sedalia Trail's End Committee is a 501(c)3, non-profit corporation and all charitable donations to the Trail's End project are tax deductible.

As you probably know, before you can deduct the amount of your charitable gift from your taxable income, you must first subtract a reasonable value of anything you receive in return for making the donation from the amount of your gift.

Our suggested the retail value of the Trail's End sculptures are $2,500 for the $10,000 donation, $2,000 for the $5,000, $1,500 for the $3,000 donation and $100 for the $1,000 donations. These are suggestions only, so please discuss this matter with your accountant or income tax advisor.

Whether you can afford $10 or $100,000 or somewhere in between, this is your opportunity to say "I'm proud to have helped make this happen!"

The Trail's End Project will...

Become a part of this history-making project.
Reserve your piece of the Trail's End sculpture.
Call 660-221-1763 or 660-827-2189 or email



Aric and Cindy Snyder of Inter-State Studio recently donated $10,000 to the Trail’s End Committee, represented by Dale Yelton, right.

Corporate Sponsors
• B & P Excavating
• Ditzfeld Transfer
• Adam Fisher
• Inter-State Studios & Publishing Co.
• Olen Howard Charitable Foundation
• Sedalia Pressed Metals
• Sedalia Steel
• Union Pacific Railroad
• W&M Welding
• Yelton Inns

Rod Sullivan, left, rpresenting the Trail's End Committee, accepts a donation check for $10,000 from Mike Brown of B&P Escavating.
Rod Sullivan, left, representing the Trail's End Committee, accepts a donation of $10,000 from Gary McMullin of W&M Welding.
Trail's End recently accepted a $20,000 donation from Adam Fisher, Thompson Hills Foundation. Representing Trail's End is Dale Yelton, left.