The Oregon Queen — June 2022June 8, 2022 Off By Lois Forester
Miss Rodeo Oregon 2022 Avalon Irwin!
Hello all, we are about to kick off busy season for rodeo and I couldn't be more excited! Earlier this month I attended the Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo which, as some of you might know, is the home of the only 100 point bull ride. This is an incredible record yet to be broken. The record is held by Wade Leslie on the bull Wolfman. While at Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo, I got to spend some time with Miss NPRA, Miss Columbia River Circuit, and of course Miss Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo. I am always so impressed by the young women I meet on the road. During this rodeo weekend, Miss NPRA, Zoe Brooks, showed me her favorite breakfast spot and introduced me to the churro waffle. Churros are one of my favorite treats, so I was thrilled to have an excuse to eat one for breakfast!
Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon 2022 Destiny Wecks!
Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon 2022 Carrie Woods!
These months are sure flying by! It feels like just yesterday I was writing my first newsletter, but here we are 7 months later.
May was crazy busy! The beginning of the month, I was playing softball and we had our last tournament of the season. I got to pitch lots, and got some pretty nice hits including a homerun. We finished out our season strong, tying for 4th place.
Throughout the month, I was busy helping my dad on the farm by raking and green chopping fields, making round bales and picking them up, and of course playing with the barn cats. I was also busy messing with my horse whether it was a walk down the road, a ride in the arena or just giving her a bath, she was always getting loads of attention. I was also working with my market goat a lot; he is now fully brace trained and handles getting haircuts like a champ.
Later on in the month, I went to the Spray Rodeo and boy did they put on a show! I had so much fun and it was great getting to see everyone from near and far line the streets on Saturday morning. The crowd for that evening’s performance was so great! It’s a feeling like no other when you’re doing your run in and the whole crowd is cheering. The next day we only had the rodeo performance, and although the ground was pretty muddy, I still had a great time. I definitely had an amazing time at the Spray Rodeo.
I can’t wait for June; every weekend I have rodeo and I am beyond excited to be on the road traveling our beautiful state!
2022 Jr. Miss Rodeo Oregon
Educate, Elevate, Inspire
2023 Tillamook County Rodeo Queen, Junior Miss Rodeo Tillamook, Little Miss Tilly, Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon, Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon & Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart
Schedule of Events:
(Contestants and Judges only)
(541) 418-1460 www.twinsranchllc.com
($10 Luncheon Donation – includes admittance to Speech, Modeling and Impromptu Question Event)
Following Rodeo Pageant Reception– Tillamook County Fair Grounds Skating Rink. Contestants will pick up their awards. Contestants must attend to receive awards. (Open to the Public)