Last Updated on September 16, 2022
If you’re wondering how to be a rodeo queen, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll look at some of the things you’ll need to know. After all, being a rodeo queen isn’t easy. There are certain restrictions, such as being able to get married or pregnant. But you’ll find plenty of good-looking cowboys who sit with rodeo queens’ families and buy them big engagement rings. The rodeo world is proud to support its own!
If you’re a woman who doesn’t participate in rodeo, you might be asking, “How do I become a rodeo queen?” Last year, Mariah Linder competed in the Miss Ozark Rodeo Association pageant. This pageant is composed of four phases, including a personal interview, rodeo knowledge test, speech and horsemanship. At the end, the queen and flag run.
If you’re looking for a female rodeo queen, then you’ve come to the right place! Taryn Cantrell is a proud native of Arizona and is proud to call Gilbert, Arizona her home. She’s been in Gilbert for 22 years and is proud to give back to the community and Gilbert Days Rodeo. To learn more about Taryn, read on!
While rodeo is her main passion, Taryn’s interests extend far beyond that. After graduating from Chandler-Gilbert Community College, she’s now attending Arizona State University, where she’s studying to become an opera singer. In fact, she plans to complete a Master’s degree in opera performance. She has appeared in many musicals and even portrayed Morticia Addams in a CGCC production of “The Addams Family.”
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