Registration is now open for the 2018 Miss Rodeo Wyoming Clinic featuring:
Miss Rodeo America 2016
Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2017 and Miss Rodeo America 2018 Top Ten Finalist.
March 23-25, 2018
New This Year!
One-on-one session on Friday with clinicians and former titleholders.
Mail registrations and deposit to:
1313 Beaufort Street
Laramie, WY 82072
We are pleased to announce that University of Wyoming Alum Major General (ret.) Susan Pamerleau, will be the Keynote speaker at the Coronation of Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018.
Pamerleau's lifetime of service to our nation and community is highlighted with leadership, duty, honor, and excellence. She has achieved the highest levels of success in both the public and private sectors.
Join us in this inspiring setting to learn more about this shining example of a leader… and a woman!
Visit http://www.missrodeowyoming.com/ for more information. Tickets including a meal are only available until October 7th and will NOT be sold at the door! Admission tickets without a meal will be available at the door for $10. If you're wanting a meal, be sure to purchase a ticket online or RSVP to Morgan by the 7th!
Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018 Coronation
When: October 14, 2017
Where: Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center in Laramie, WY
What: Coronation for Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018, Morgan Wallace.
We can't wait to see you on October 14th for Morgan's Coronation as Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018. Tickets including a meal are only available until October 7th and will not be sold at the door! Admission tickets without a meal will be available at the door for $10. If you're wanting a meal be sure to purchase a ticket online or RSVP to Morgan by the 7th!
Morgan Wallace, of Laramie, was crowned Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018 at the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas on August 14, 2017. Abby Hayduk, Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2017 was on hand for the crowning. Morgan competed for the title with three other contestants, Karyn Rieger, Sheridan, Shelby Martin, Rock Springs, and Cara Carper, Riverton. The judges for this year's pageant were Audra McNicholas, Colorado, Shelia Croft, Kansas, and Brandon Nusink, Utah.
The pageant started August 11th and concluded on August 14th. They were judged in multiple categories including horsemanship, personality, and appearance. Other category winners were also announced during the crowning ceremony.
Orientation/Check-In, Horsemanship Interviews, Contestant BBQ (Impromptu questions), Dance Rehersal
Tickets available for the Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018 Pageant Luncheon
Join the Miss Rodeo Wyoming Association and contestants at the Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018 Pageant Luncheon held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in the WSF Ruth James Williams Building during the Wyoming State Fair. Lunch will begin at 11:00 am. Following lunch, the modeling and speeches portion of the pageant will be held. Each contestant will deliver a 2 minute speech on the state of Wyoming.
Tickets must be purchased by August 2, 2017 and can be ordered by submitting the RSVP Form to Pam Rivers. Questions can be directed to Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download RSVP Form here.
After graduating from high school, Shelby was awarded for her academics by receiving the Presidential Award for academic excellence and earned the superior Honors Hathaway Scholarship. With that scholarship, she graduated from Western Wyoming Community College with 2 Associate’s degrees in 2 years. She was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa academic sorority for her outstanding academic performance. Shelby is currently pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree with emphasis in Accounting from Western Governors University. She is also working at a CPA firm as a bookkeeper while she is attaining her degree.
Shelby has learned the value of hard work, dedication and the responsibility of being a role model. She has made it her goal for the year to hold her title as elegantly and professionally as possible.
Shelby would like to thank her friends and family for their unending support. She encourages all to chase their dreams and to remember, nothing is impossible. The word itself says “I’m Possible.”
In her free time, she spends time helping local rancher, traveling, and riding her horses. This is her very first title as a rodeo queen and she said she had lots of fun meeting new people, traveling to all of the events, and learning the ropes of being a rodeo queen. Karyn would like to thank all of the sponsors as well as the support and generosity of the community, family, friends & board members.
Cara recently graduated from Laramie County Community College (LCCC) in Cheyenne with an Associate of Science, Agriculture Business degree. While in college she was an active member of the livestock teams and the equestrian show team. She also worked as a Student Ambassador for the college and served as the secretary for the Collegiate Cattleman’s club. She plans to attend the University of Wyoming in the fall to pursue a degree in Ag Communications and Marketing, so she can continue onto her life goal of becoming a marketing director for a western or agriculture company.
Cara enjoys sharing her love of rodeo and introducing new fans to the sport we all love. She would be honored to represent as Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2018. Cara would foster the love she has for the Cowboy State and rodeo with others across the state and the nation.
Morgan believes that rodeo is more than a sport; it’s the celebration of a lifestyle. Her lifelong aspirations are to protect and preserve the western lifestyle and to educate others about its values.