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 Inc. Foundation 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. Foundation is organized and conducted to select the most qualified young Oregon horsewomen to promote the sport of rodeo in Oregon, and for Miss Rodeo Oregon to represent the state of Oregon at the annual Miss Rodeo America Pageant.
I spent last weekend in Salem, Oregon for the 2023 NPRA Finals. I had a wonderful time attending sponsor visits, a championship dinner, 3 rodeo performances and of course a Queens Brunch. Thank you to Miss NPRA Abby, who is also your 2024 MRO, for your wonderful hospitality and making this weekend so fun! The NPRA will always hold a special place in my heart as I once was Miss NPRA and I was so honored to go back to their finals as Miss Rodeo Oregon!
Next stop is the High Desert Stampede Horsemanship clinic in Redmond. Will I see you there?
We are blown away by the accomplishments of former titleholders! Congratulations to 2020-21 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon Ainsley Goughnour on winning the title of 2024 Miss Gem State Stampede! We are so proud of you!!
We are so appreciative of the generosity of Diana Wirth who has provided this necklace to help with funding the Miss Rodeo Oregon Pageant. The very last opportunity to purchase tickets will be at the Good Luck Party for Zoe Brooks on November 4 in Central Point. If you can't be there, reach out to Tanya Cloutier at firstname.lastname@example.org and buy tickets, priced at only $10 each!