Having selected the first Miss Rodeo Oregon in 1957 the organization has continued over the years to be comprised of hardworking volunteers that help to ensure the success and expansion of the organization and its programs. Information about the program in its early years is scarce, but in recent years Miss Rodeo Oregon Pageant, Inc. has taken great strides in becoming a strong and successful youth oriented organization, providing a program for Oregon horsewomen that encourages positive growth in strength of character and personality, healthy attitudes, self-fulfillment and self-respect. Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc. is organized and conducted to select the most qualified young Oregon horsewoman to promote the sport of professional rodeo in Oregon, and to represent the State of Oregon at the annual Miss Rodeo America Pageant.
Meet our third contestant for the title of 2020 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon, Lacy Singhose! Lacy is the 18 year old daughter of Travis and Kelly Singhose of Burns, Oregon. She is a recent high school graduate from Burns High School, and plans to attend Eastern Oregon University this fall and get her masters in athletic training. Her goal is to work for the Justin Sports Medicine Team in the future. Lacy was the 2018 Harney County Fair Queen, and got the opportunity to advocate for mental health, which is very dear to her heart. She plans to continue to raise awareness throughout the next couple of years. In high school,
Lacy was very active in volleyball, softball, and her favorite, FFA. Her ambition in life is to grow as a person, challenge herself, and take on new experiences. #juniorteenpageant#futureeoustudent
Our second contestant for the title of 2020 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon is Kendra Pinnell! Kendra is the 18-year-old daughter of Robert and Tina Pinnell. She has one older sister named Mikayla. Kendra was born in Tacoma, Washington but was raised in the small town of Eagle Point, Oregon. She just graduated from Crater Lake Charter Academy and plans to attend Rogue Community College and in the fall of 2020, she hopes to be accepted for the Firefighter I Academy, so she can continue to pursue her dreams of helping people. In high school she was very involved in high school equestrian team, basketball, as well as being the 2018 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess and the 2019 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Queen. Even with her busy schedule she worked hard to keep good grades. When Kendra is not riding her horse Badger or working with her mini Sid, you will find her out on the basketball court, riding her quad, or spending time with friends and family. #juniorteenpageant #futurefirefighter