Miss Rodeo Wyoming symbolizes the youth of our state who wish to further promote the sport of professional rodeo and the great western way of life. Miss Rodeo Wyoming is the ideal western-type American girl who represents her state, believes in our western heritage and works hard in promoting these values during her travels. While spreading good will for her community, her state and the sport of rodeo, Miss Rodeo Wyoming garners experiences that lay a solid foundation for her future.
The Miss Rodeo Wyoming Association...
The Miss Rodeo Wyoming Association was formed in 1977. The objective of the Association is to support, promote and guide the lady who reigns as Miss Rodeo Wyoming. The Association assists Miss Rodeo Wyoming in organizing a coronation benefit held in the hometown of each Miss Rodeo Wyoming to raise funds for her reigning year. A clinic for young ladies interested in rodeo queen competitions is also conducted by the Association. The coronation, clinic, and miscellaneous fund raisers conducted by the Association and sponsorship donations fund travel, wardrobe, and expenses for Miss Rodeo Wyoming. A scholarship fund has been established and each queen is awarded a scholarship upon the completion of her reign.
On August 14th, 2017 Morgan Wallace of Laramie, Wyoming was named the 61st woman to hold the coveted title of Miss Rodeo Wyoming. Being able to represent the sport of rodeo and the western way of life is truly a dream come true for Morgan.
To provide a quality Miss Rodeo Wyoming competition where contestants, spectators and the membership are enriched. Selecting an Ambassador of Good Will and Integrity who will promote the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and our Western Heritage throughout Wyoming. Providing "Miss Rodeo Wyoming" an Association which will support and promote all aspects of her reign and preparations for the Miss Rodeo America competition.