Kelcey grew up in Windsor, Colorado with her two younger brothers Kolton and Kody. She eagerly became a member of 4-H in Larimer County where she showed lambs, pigs, and horses. Her family moved to Ault, Colorado in 2004, where she attended Highland High School and participated in cheerleading, basketball, and track and field. Kelcey first started her rodeo career barrel racing and goat tying in 2005 and later joined the Colorado High School Rodeo Association, Colorado Junior Rodeo Association and Mile-Hi Barrel Horse Association in 2006. Kelcey continues barrel racing as a member of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association, Colorado Pro Rodeo Association, and Wyoming Rodeo Association. She studied marketing at Colorado State University and is currently attending Penn Foster University. Kelcey joined the Countryside team in March of 2013. Kelcey handles client relations, as well as Countryside's marketing and is also a veterinary assistant. When not at the clinic, Kelcey spends her free time with her family, dog Remington, cat Tux, and horses Frank, Dax, Tilly, Shadow and Kayte Belle. She is on the road barrel racing at rodeos through the summer.