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 2018 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon Contestants
 
FullSizeRender Addy Crouch is the 16 year old daughter of Marty and Polly Crouch. Born and raised on a small farm in Canby, Oregon , she recently moved with her family to Molalla. Addy will be a junior at Canby High School. She competes on the OHSET team and is an officer for her FFA chapter. She is a seven year member of 4-H where she has shown horses, rabbits and competed in food, sewing, photography, floral arranging and public speaking events. Horses have always been a big part of Addy’s life. She competed in her very first horse show at the age of two and won her first (and only) world title at the age of four. Addy is also a member of the Canby Fire District Explorer program where she trains for her future goal of becoming a firefighter/EMT and volunteers at local community events. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out in the barn with her two geldings, Cinch and Bo, snuggling with her two dogs, Jack and Chip, while watching a good Netflix movie and spending time with family and friends. Why I want to become Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon “A competition between cowboys and cowgirls to see who can ride and rope the best”. This definition doesn’t begin to describe what the word “rodeo” means to me. It’s hard work, determination, friendships, knowledge, patriotism, passion and more. I’d be honored to represent all this as the 2018 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon.
Beth_MRO-17 Bethany Rowe, the 18-year old daughter of John and Renee Rowe, resides in Coquille, Oregon. She shares her home with her older brother Johnny, her younger sister Jessica, and all of her animals. Bethany takes pride in her school work, recently graduating from high school and half way to an associate’s degree. When she is not riding one of her beloved horses, Sox or Tuffie, she is probably out hunting, fishing or playing on the lake. Bethany is confident that with God above her, family behind her, and her horses beside her, her future will be very bright and full of rodeo.Why I want to become Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon I want to become Teen Miss Rodeo Oregon because I want to be an inspiration to children as well as someone to follow in promoting rodeo. So often rodeo is given a bad stereotype due to miscommunication and unanswered questions, I would love to be an advocate for every animal, cowboy and cowgirl alike as we stand for what we love.
FullSizeRender (1) Charlie Mae Yates is a Coquille High School graduate of 2017, she will be attending Oregon State University this fall to major in nutrition. She enjoys spending time with her family laughing, talking and making memories. Charlie Mae is a very active 4H member; she has been president of the Burton Prairie Wranglers Horse club for three years, and is the current secretary for the Coquille Livestock 4H club. Her hobbies include, of course showing and barrel racing her trusty steeds, photography, hiking, shed shunting, and a lot more. She has lived in the same house and the same ranch all of her life. Her favorite memory growing up on a ranch is helping vaccinate and tag over 100 head of cattle with her family. Charlie Mae was the 2016 Coos County Fair and Rodeo Queen and would like to move up and represent her great state of Oregon as Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon.Why I want to become Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon: I want to become Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon because representing the sport of rodeo and Oregon’s Agriculture has had a big influence on my life and I would like to present the positives to the public as a role model. I would love to have the chance to become an ambassador for Oregon as something I love to do, being a cowgirl.
       
Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon Contestants
B-W-5387 Lauren Gibson Bio Photo Lauren Gibson is the 10-year-old daughter of David and Misty Gibson of Junction City. She is the oldest of three children with a younger brother, Michael and a little sister, Paisley. Lauren loves living the ranch life, with her four horses, four chickens, two cats and one fish. She attends Coburg Community Charter School and is in the sixth grade. Lauren has followed her grandma’s footsteps of being a rodeo queen. Her late Grandma Gibson gave Lauren her first horse, who is now her rodeo horse named Babe. Linda was the Columbia County Rodeo Queen on a horse name Babe! Lauren began riding at the young age of two, and has maintained a passion for horses ever since! Thank you for this amazing opportunity to participate in the Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon Pageant. Lauren is following her dream of becoming Miss Rodeo America someday!Why I want to become Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon: As a potential Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon, I will further promote the wonderful world of rodeo and its western way of life. I am blessed with much experience, drive, integrity, and passion. I’m determined to become a great representative of the Miss Rodeo Oregon, Inc.
Rowdy Rowdy Israel an eleven-year-old daughter of Nicole Israel from Dayville, Oregon. Rowdy is a true horse women and she aspires to become the next Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon. Rowdy is a top competitor in the Cinnabar Mountain Playday Rodeo Series and is very active in her horse 4-H club, the Strawberry Mountain riders. Currently, Rowdy represents the sport of rodeo as the 2017 Little Miss Northwest Professional Rodeo Association. When not on her horse or attending school, she enjoys playing volleyball and basketball. Rowdy’s equine partner is Peanut, a 21-year-old black and white registered American Paint gelding. Rowdy would like to welcome everyone to the 2018 Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon pageant and thank you for your support!Why I Want to be Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon 2018 I would be honored to represent the sport of rodeo and the state of Oregon as Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon 2018, inspiring other girls to follow their dreams and to never give up. One of my main focuses would be to promote the sport of rodeo to the young people.
       
Miss Sweetheart Contestants
IMG_1193 Gracyn Bond Age – 6 Eugene, ORGracyn Rae Bond is the 6 year old daughter of Craig and Jackie Bond. She lives in Eugene Oregon with her parents and older brother Chase. Gracyn attends Willamette Christen School and will be entering first grade in the fall. Gracyn shares the love of horses with her family; she rides her pony spud and is looking forward to becoming a roper. She wants to be a healer and is currently in the market for a header (anyone with a number lower than a six need not apply). Currently Gracyn is showing “I’m Beyond Lazy” at the Oregon Quarter Horse Shows, riding in the lead line classes. Gracyn enjoys attending and competing at the Miss Rodeo Oregon Jr, Teen & Sweetheart Pageant. She loves being with the other girls, on stage and off stage, in the arena and out. Gracyn was the 2016 Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart, and is looking forward to this year’s pageant.Why I want to become Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart: Gracyn wants to be a Sweetheart of the Rodeo so she can make new friends, be in the Fashion Show, and play with Aunt Tanya Marie's dogs.
Baylee Paulson Head shot Baylee Paulson Age – 7 Lookingglass, ORHi my name is Baylee Paulson. I live in the small town of Lookingglass, Oregon with my mom, Nichole, dad Kenny, Oh and my amazing sister Payton. I am 7 years old and attend Lookingglas Elementary. I have a 7 year old Shetland pony named Yogi. I got Yogi for Christmas, best Christmas present ever! I am a member of the Hula club and I love performing and learning new dances. My favorite food is pizza. Yum! Yum! I am looking forward to seeing you all at the pageant. Why I want to become Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart: I want to become Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart because I have a love and passion for horses and want to start being involved in the Rodeo world.
bio pic Lyla Senger Age – 5 Sandy, ORLyla is 5.5 years old and lives on 7 acres in Sandy, Oregon. She has a little brother named Eli, a dog named Blitz, and a cat named Rainbow. Also, she has a buckskin mare named Bonnie, who she loves dearly. Next year Lyla will enter Kindergarten and is really excited about it! She can’t wait to meet new friends and to get to go to school every day! Lyla has family roots in Eastern Oregon, so she gets to spend a lot of time on that side of the state riding horses, going to rodeos, and exploring new places.Why I want to become Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart: Lyla wants to become Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart because she likes meeting new friends, spreading the message that being kind is important, and helping others fall in love with horses and the rodeo.