This blog was written by guest blogger; Jed Pugsley, Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Livestock Program Administrator. A portion of his responsibilities include promoting the proper care and handling of rodeo livestock at PRCA-sanctioned rodeos and monitoring the current environment to ensure the future of the sport. Since the announcement from Feld Entertainment (Ringling Bros. and … More Is Rodeo Next?
The historical city of Fort Worth, Texas is where I call home. I know I am home by the fresh smell of cattle, a bumpy car ride down Cowtown’s original brick roads, or the sound of someone greeting me with a big ol’ Texas HOWDY! My home has more to offer its visitors than what … More Meet the Queen – Miss Rodeo Texas
She has many names, Sin City, City of Lights, Glitter Gulch; but to me she is known as home. Viva Las Vegas! I am Kaity McBride, Miss Rodeo Nevada 2017. Although Logandale is where I reside, Las Vegas is where I was born. I am a fourth-generation cowgirl. If there is something to do with … More Meet the Queen – Miss Rodeo Nevada
Being crowned Miss Rodeo Texas 2012 is still one of the greatest accomplishments of my life and something that I am most proud of. In Texas, we are very fortunate to have such a strong supportive committee and Board of Directors who work year-around to ensure that our state pageant is successful. As Miss Rodeo … More From Rodeo Queen to Rodeo Committee – Ensuring the Legacy Lives On
Post written by Miss Rodeo America Executive Board President, Kiki Shumway The 2018 Miss Rodeo America Pageant is rapidly approaching and that always brings questions concerning the clothing guidelines. I would like to address these guidelines focusing on “trendy western party attire”. Several years ago, when it was decided to change the wardrobe requirements for … More Fashion Forward to Western Trendy
“Oh the places you’ll go” Dr. Suess This blog was written by Pam Rivers who is the mother of Crystal Rivers Myers, Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2007. “Oh the places you’ll go!” It is an amazing and exhilarating experience having your daughter become a State Rodeo Queen. Our daughter, Crystal Rivers Myers, was the 2007 Miss … More Thoughts From a Rodeo Queen Mom
The Road Less Traveled Miss Rodeo New Mexico 2017, Kyla Myers, shares her experiences as a state titleholder and what it means to take the road less traveled. “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” Rodeo Queens embody beauty and elegance … More Meet the Queen – New Mexico