Congratulations Taylor Ann Skramstad, 2019 Miss Rodeo Oregon!
A twenty-three year old woman from Umapine, Oregon has won the title of 2019 Miss Rodeo Oregon. Taylor Ann Skramstad is the daughter of Scott and Kelly Skramstad. Growing up with her three younger siblings on the Lazy SK Quarter Horse Ranch, she has helped her family raise and train countless horses. Taylor Ann has been competing in rodeos since an early age, winning over twenty belt buckles, and she continues to compete in Barrel Racing, Breakaway Roping, and Team Roping at the college level.
A senior at Eastern Oregon University, Taylor Ann is majoring in Agricultural Science and minoring in Agronomy. After completing her bachelor’s degree, she plans to attend Willamette Law School to obtain her law degree. Taylor Ann is passionate about agriculture and fascinated by government and policy. She plans to combine her interests by running for a seat on the Oregon State Senate to advocate for Oregon agriculture and Eastern Oregon.
Taylor Ann will travel many thousands of miles next year, representing Oregon rodeo and Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc. She is an ambassador for Oregon’s western heritage and lifestyle. The date and location of her coronation has yet to be determined.
2019 MRO $1500 Educational Scholarship Award sponsored by Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc.
2019 MRO Official Business Cards sponsored by Tanya Cloutier
2019 MRO Autograph Print Design and MRA Ad Layout sponsored by Vicki Holleman-Perez
Hospitality Room at Best Western Wilsonville Hotel sponsored by Dr. Wally Zimmerman
2019 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon, Meredith Moore!
A 15-year-old Umapine teen was crowned 2019 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon on July 14th at the conclusion of the 2-day pageant held in conjunction with the Philomath Frolic and Rodeo in Philomath, Oregon. Meredith Moore, the daughter of Aaron and Andrea Moore, will be a sophomore at Weston-McEwen High School in the Fall and is active in sports, 4-H, FFA, FBLA, jazz band, and choir. Meredith is currently serving as 2018 Princess of the Milton-Freewater Pioneer Posse Court.
In addition to winning the state title, Moore won the categories of Public Speaking, Knowledge, Horsemanship, Personality, Congeniality, and tied for the Miss Rodeo Oregon Spirit Award.
Moore will spend 2019 representing Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc. by making public appearances, riding in parades and at rodeos, and promoting the rodeo and western industries. Moore will hold her fundraising coronation event on February 23, 2019 in Milton-Freewater.
2019 Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon, Rowdy Israel!
A 12-year-old Dayville girl was crowned 2019 Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon on July 14th at the conclusion of the 2-day pageant held in conjunction with the Philomath Frolic and Rodeo in Philomath, Oregon. Rowdy Israel, the daughter of Nicole Israel, will be in 7th grade at the Dayville School in the fall and is active in volleyball, basketball and the Cinnabar Mountain Playday Rodeo Series. In 2017, Rowdy served as Little Miss Northwest Professional Rodeo Association.
In addition to winning the state title, Israel won the categories of Horsemanship, Photogenics, and Appearance.
Israel will spend 2019 representing Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc. by making public appearances, riding in parades and at rodeos, and promoting the rodeo and western industries. Israel will hold her fundraising coronation event on March 2, 2019 in John Day.