2018 Miss Rodeo Oregon Jessi Cornforth
2018 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon - Addy Crouch
Addy Crouch is the 17-year-old daughter of Marty and Polly Crouch and the youngest of seven children. Born and raised on a small farm in Canby, Oregon, she now calls Molalla home. Addy will be a senior this fall at Canby High School. She competes on her high school equestrian team and has held an officer position several years for her FFA chapter. She is also a nine-year member of the Clackamas County 4-H program.
Addy is looking forward to traveling thousands of miles throughout our beautiful state with her equine partner, Sunny D. She is passionate about promoting Oregon's diverse agriculture and our western way of life at rodeos, parades and community events. She also hopes to bring more awareness to suicide prevention and to use her servant's heart to give back as much as possible this year.
2018 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon - Bethany Rowe
Bethany Rowe, the 19-year-old daughter of John and Renee Rowe, wasn't born in a barn but might as well have been! She first rode at just two days old and her feet have hardly hit the ground since! Although horses are her passion, she also loves to sing, hunt and fish.
From English Equitation to chasing cows, Beth can count on any one of her three best friends to help her through. She is so excited to get to spend the year with her three horses, her family, and her friends on the road and feels so honored to pack an Oregon crown with her! Beth says that with a little grit and a whole lot of faith, anything is possible!
2018 Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon - Lauren Gibson
Lauren is so excited to represent our wonderful state to promote the sport of rodeo and make many special memories, sharing her love for rodeo with the youth of our communities.
Steeped in Rich Tradition
Miss Rodeo Oregon was first established in 1957 with the crowning of Judee (Fisher) Hagen of The Dalles. See all Miss Rodeo Oregon titleholders from over the years as well as Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon and Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon titleholders.