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2015 Contestants


The 2015 Miss Rodeo Canada pageant is underway! Five beautiful young ladies will be competing for the coveted Miss Rodeo Canada 2015 title! Here are our contestants: Katy Lucas, Miss Ponoka Stampede 2014; Alexis Forseille, 2012-2013 Williams Lake Stampede Queen ; Brittany Meen, Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2013; Kelsey Reinboldt-Lynch, Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2013; Ashley Abbott, Medicine Hat Stampede Princess 2013.

Katy Lucas, Miss Ponoka Stampede 2014

Katy Lucas
Miss Ponoka Stampede 2014
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Katy Lucas was crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2015!

Ranch raised Alberta cowgirl Katy Lucas is no stranger to the western way of life. The 21-year-old spent years travelling the professional rodeo circuit with her father and is now an avid team roper both north and south of the border. An honors graduate from Lethbridge College, Katy uses her Communication Arts Diploma, specialized in Broadcast Journalism, to conduct interviews at Canadian Professional Rodeos throughout the province. Upon meeting Miss Rodeo America Jennifer (Douglas) Smith, back in 1995, Katy decided she wanted to be a rodeo queen and has already held two other titles; Carstairs Rodeo Queen and Alberta High School Rodeo Queen. One of her proudest achievements was being named one of Western Horse Reviews “Top 25 Under 25” in 2013.

 

   
Ashley Abbott, Medicine Hat Stampede Princess 2013

Ashley Abbott
Medicine Hat Stampede Princess 2013

Ashley Abbott was awarded Miss Runner Up in the Miss Rodeo Canada Pageant 2015.

I am Ashley Abbott, a driven 21 year old who currently resides on an acreage north of Seven Persons, AB where my family raises Quarter Horse race horses.  Growing up around my grandparents’ ranch I learned what hard work gets you and have been instilled with a great passion for preserving the western lifestyle.  I grew up with rodeo being a large part of my life with many members of my family participating including my father. I am a member in the Canadian Girls Rodeo Association where I compete in Cow Riding. Throughout school I took part in a multitude of sports leading me to coach community basketball for 3 years. In the summer of 2013 I managed an indoor/outdoor riding arena and horse board while splitting my time working with a local traveling vet. Currently, I am an Occupational Therapist assistant at Riverview Care Centre, a long term care facility in Medicine Hat.

 

Alexis Forseille, Williams Lake Stampede Queen 2013

Alexis Forseille
2012-2013 Williams Lake Stampede Queen

Dedicated, passionate and enthusiastic are three words that describe 20 year old Alexis Forseille, the 2012-2013 Williams Lake Stampede Queen. Alexis was born and raised on her Opa’s small hobby ranch in Williams Lake, BC. She has completed her second year in the Thompson Rivers University Bachelor of Science program with future aspirations to become a veterinarian.

Alexis’ fascination for horses was ignited during her first ride at eight months. At the age of nine Alexis purchased her first filly to raise and train. She has completed levels one through three of the Western Equestrian Preparation Program and enjoys participating in horsemanship, gymkhana and colt starting clinics.

Alexis’ desire to represent the sport of rodeo and our western heritage was inspired by her ever-growing love for rodeo, leadership, volunteering and exploring communities through travelling.

Alexis would like to thank the Williams Lake Stampede Association, sponsors, community, family and friends for their overwhelming support throughout her adventures leading up to the Miss Rodeo Canada 2014 Pageant.

 

 

Brittany Meen, Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2013

Brittany Meen
Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2013

Brittany Meen is a 19-year-old cowgirl from Grande Prairie Alberta. Raised on a small farm, she quickly fell in love with the beauty of animals. Entering the rodeo world at the age of 7, Brittany discovered a new place to call home. She is an active barrel racer and helps to coordinate her local gymkhana club. Brittany plans to go to university for a Diploma in Performing Arts and a Diploma in TV and Radio Broadcasting where she hopes to remain an active member in her community. She received the Citizenship award from Ridegvalley School in 2012 for her commitment and dedication to her community. With the love and support of her family, Brittany excitedly anticipates the opportunity to compete for the honour of Miss Rodeo Canada 2015.

Kelsey Reinboldt-Lynch, Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2013

Kelsey Reinboldt-Lynch
Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2013

Kelsey Reinboldt-Lynch is 22 years old.  She was born in Calgary, AB but was raised in rural, Southern, Alberta. She graduated from Brant Christian School in 2009 and is now pursuing her education as a National Construction Safety Officer in Alberta’s Oilfield Industry.

Kelsey was crowned Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2013 at which time her “Ride of a Lifetime” began. She was honored to represent the Airdrie Rodeo Ranch Association and the city of Airdrie. She believes promoting the western way of life along with strong family values is truly important.
Kelsey was a long time 4-H member for 10 years participating in horse and beef clubs, where she developed her public speaking, leadership and agricultural skills.

In her spare time Kelsey enjoys volunteering with Samaritans Purse and has traveled to many countries on missions trips. This has taught her to appreciate all that she has and to give back to everyone in every way possible. She thanks everyone for supporting her as her Ride of a Lifetime continues.

 

   
 

 

 


2014 Contestants


The 2014 Miss Rodeo Canada pageant saw only two competitors this year. Bronwen Bowhay, Miss Rodeo Sundre 2011 and Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2012, Nicole Briggs.

 

   
Nicole Briggs

Nicole Briggs
Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2012
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Nicole Briggs was crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2014!


Nicole Briggs is 21 years old and was born and raised on a farm in Gibbons, Alberta.  It is here her rodeo career began.  At the age of five she was given her first pony and it wasn’t long after that she began swinging a rope and chasing steers. At nine she competed in her first rodeo, fell in love with the sport and never looked back! Nicole graduated from Sturgeon Composite High School in 2010. She is currently attending the University of Alberta completing a BSc in Animal Heath with a major in Food Animals. She plans on obtaining a degree in Veterinary Medicine in hopes of pursuing a career in Equine Health specializing in lameness and unsoundness. Her love for the sport of rodeo has led her to take on many roles. Nicole is active in the rodeo and ranching world and held the title of Miss Rodeo Airdrie in 2012.  She was honoured to represent the Airdrie Rodeo Ranch Association and the City of Airdrie during her reign. Nicole is the President of the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and received the prestigious Cowgirl of the Year award in 2013. After ten years as a member with the Gibbons 4-H Light Horse club, she is now a leader.  Nicole also participates in roping and barrel racing jackpots, the local gymkhana club and shows her paint horses in various circuits. Nicole strongly believes in paying it forward. In her spare time, you will find her in the arena working as a riding instructor, and inspiring young horse and rodeo enthusiasts. “Wherever my trails may lead I will remain a genuine cowgirl, living my dream, and aspiring to share our Western Heritage”. Nicole’s goals are to keep the tradition alive in the sport of rodeo and to instill the love and passion of the sport into the hearts of others.

 

   
Bronwen Bowhay

Bronwen Bowhay
Miss Rodeo Sundre 2011
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A sincere young lady with high work ethics, a life filled with strong personal, moral and agricultural values; that’s Bronwen Bowhay! The second youngest of a family of four children for Jim and Nola Bowhay of Sundre, Alberta, taught her how to be patient, helpful, kind, and also how to work as a team. She eagerly assisted with all aspects of home and farm chores and credits her farm background as providing her a good basis of common sense knowledge, and keen work ethics. Being home schooled allowed her to prove her ability to multi task. She participated in all levels of the farming operation, volunteering in many community events, as well as singing and piano lessons. She was an active 4-H member as well, while maintaining her grades and graduating from school. Following her graduation she undertook a three month schooling and a three month practicum with Youth With A Mission where she traveled to Kona Hawaii, Amsterdam Netherlands, Harpenden England, and Cambridge England to fulfill her desire to assist those not as privileged as others. Bronwen’s 9 year involvement and dedication to 4-H has added to her personal and professional development, resulting in her being a gifted public speaker. Bronwen not only won many awards in 4-H public speaking and has also been recognized outside of 4-H for her public speaking abilities. Through her 4-H involvement in both Horse and Beef she also held down several executive positions including club president, and excelled at being a wonderful mentor for the younger 4-H members. Bronwen has been exposed to Rodeo her entire life; her dream came true when she was crowned Miss Rodeo Sundre 2011.  She enjoyed her reign, and the opportunity to represent her community was very important to her. Her confident warm personality and natural leadership strengths bring many mentorship and educational opportunities. Bronwen plans to either become an Elementary Teacher or a Sports Medicine Doctor.  With either choice, her vibrant personality and western heritage will do her well.

 

 

   


2013 Contestants

The 2013 Miss Rodeo Canada Pageant had three contestants vying for the top title: Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2011 - Gillian Shields, Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2011 - Sarah Michel and Miss Rodeo Okotoks 2012 - Nicole Schlaak.


Gillian Shields

 

Gillian Shields
Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2011

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Gillian Shields is 21 years old, and was born and raised on a grain and cattle farm west of Didsbury, Alberta. She started playing violin at the age of four and owned her own horse by the age of five. She is a past member of the Didsbury Outlaws 4-H Horse Club, and began competing in junior rodeos at the age of twelve. Since then she has competed as an avid barrel racer in CARA, FCA, and College Rodeo associations. Gillian graduated in 2008 from Didsbury High School. In 2009 she took her Registered Massage Therapist Diploma in Red Deer and is currently practicing at the Didsbury Massage Clinic. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Education at Red Deer College, in hopes of becoming an Elementary music and special education teacher. In 2011, she was crowned Miss Rodeo Airdrie, and had the most fulfilling year of her life. She was truly honoured to represent the Airdrie Ranch Rodeo Association and the city of Airdrie. Gillian believes our western way of life is based on faith, hard work, and family values. It is extremely important to keep the time honoured traditions alive in the sport of Rodeo, and it is a necessity to have ambassadors and role models such as Miss Rodeo Canada, to ensure the sport remains in the hearts of families and spectators in our nation. Gillian is an active volunteer in her community with the Mountain View Arts Society, The Didsbury Agriculture Society, The Didsbury Outlaws 4-H club, and regularly performs for seniors and patients at the Didsbury hospital with her violin. In her spare time, Gillian enjoys music, fishing, traveling, and being with family. She would like to thank her friends, family, and sponsors who have supported her on this amazing journey.

 



   
Sarah Michel

Sarah Michel
Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2011


Sarah Michel: Raised on a farm and involved with her community ever since she could hold a paintbrush, 19 year old Sarah Michel has known that hard work and tenacity get the job done. Competition and the friendships were always there in a wide variety of sports, from wrestling, girls football, gymkhana, and her family's favorite sport, Team Penning. Weekends wee devoted to travelling to rodeos, Team Penning jackpots and horse clinics. During the week Sarah embraced the motto of Head, Heart, Hands and Health alongside her four siblings. The Horizon Multi 4-H Club helped her personal growth in many areas and boosted her confidence to compete and be crowned Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2011, a mere week after her graduation fro St. Joseph Catholic High School. Inspired by participating in the Trades Work for Women program, Sarah has her future sights pinned on the Red Seal ticket as a Journeyman Electrician.

 

 

   
Nicole Schlaak Nicole Schlaak
Miss Rodeo Okotoks 2012


Nicole Schlaak is the 2001 Miss Rodeo Okotoks and resides south-west of Calgary. She is an Honor student at Mount Royal University and is currently completing the last year in her Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Human Resources and a minor in International Business. Nicole has been an admired volunteer in the Foothills Community, and a competitive athlete in numerous sports. Nicole has had a passion for horses her entire life; she has volunteered her time and proudly carried Sponsor flags in numerous Rode Grand entries across Alberta. Nicole hopes to own a ranch of her own one day where she plans to develop a riding facility that will host trailing sessions for children to learn about the sport of rodeo and the heritage that it encompasses. Nicole would like to serve as Miss Rodeo Canada 2013 because she has a strong passion for rodeo and believes she would be an admirable ambassador of our Western Heritage and Nations history.

 

 


2012 Contestants

Four contestants were in the running for the Miss Rodeo Canada Pageant in 2012: Miss Rodeo Sundre - Arleta Bowhay; and three other contestants.

 

Arleta Bowhay

Arleta Bowhay
Miss Rodeo Sundre

Arleta Bowhay: A life of strong personal, moral and agriculture values defines Arleta Bowhay. Home schooling enabled participation in her family’s mixed farming operation and volunteering in the community.

Arleta is an accomplished pianist and singer. She attended camps for several years followed by being a staff volunteer. Arleta’s 10 year involvement in 4-H has been an integral part of her personal and professional development, resulting in her being a gifted public speaker winning many awards. Her involvement included beef, horse and canine projects. Arleta held numerous 4-H executive positions including club President.

Arleta has been exposed to rodeo her entire life. Her dream came true when she was crowned Miss Rodeo Sundre 2009, a responsibility she took very seriously. Her confident warm personality and natural leadership strengths brings many mentorship opportunities. Arleta plans to complete her Olds College Business Administration program majoring in marketing and looks forward to a professional career as a communications representative where she can apply her business acumen, vibrant personality and western heritage.

 

   
Megan Luider, Miss Cochrane Lions Rodeo Queen

Megan Luider
Miss Cochrane Lions Rodeo Queen

Megan Luider is a home grown southern Alberta cowgirl born and raised on her grandparent's farm and she is deeply rooted in western culture. Megan has been around horses all her life, participating in 4-H, riding for pleasure, working cattle, riding in parades, and carrying sponsor flags at various grand entries throughout Alberta, Montana and Wyoming as a member of the Calgary Stampede Showriders. When not riding Megan enjoys the outdoors, fishing, swimming, camping, quading and photography.

By using her background in advertising and public relations, Megan is eager to embrace every opportunity that arises, sharing her love of rodeo and the western way of life.

The people that she has met throughout her year as the Cochrane Lions Rodeo Queen have touched her life. Megan will always hold this past year close to her heart.

Megan always strives to do her best and experiences life with a passion that extends to everyone she meets, while being true to who she is.

Megan has taken pride in her accomplishments and her growth over the years. She is exited to start her journey on this once in a lifetime opportunithy in this year's Miss Rodeo Canada competition.

 

   
Samantha Callioux

Samantha Callioux
Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2010
(1st Runner Up)

Samantha Callioux is on her way to fulfilling a longtime dream of becoming Miss Rodeo Canada. Crowned Miss Grande Prairie Stompede in 2010, making a run for Miss Rodeo Canada 2012 was a natural next step.  This beautiful young lady is one of those magic combinations for competition at this level – she’s got a personality that sparkles with modesty and genuineness in her love for people AND horses.  Her warmth and her smile have been known to melt even the toughest critics.

“Part of my dream is to make connections with the people I meet along my travels,” says Callioux.  “I hope to inspire them and share the happiness and excitement I get from the sport of rodeo.  I’m also proud to share the way that a western way of life has kept me grounded.”

Callioux spent the early part of her childhood growing up in the Edson area.  When she was eight, her family moved back to the majestic ranch overlooking Chip Lake that Samantha’s mom Charlene had been raised on.  Samantha’s family upbringing fostered a love for horses that grew into expert riding ability and a desire to learn everything that she could about caring for horses and raising them successfully.

Callioux is grateful for all of the backing and support she has received from both individuals and organizations.  “I owe a great deal of thanks to those who have supported me as sponsors, mentors and friends on my journey towards Miss Rodeo Canada 2012,” she says.  The people that are a part of Wildwood Bronc Bustin’ have been a huge local support that she is especially appreciative of.

 

   
Kenna Lockwood

Kenna Lockwood
Miss Rodeo Okotoks 2010

Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Kenna Lockwood a 23 year old that spent most of her time growing up on her Grandfather's ranch south of Longview. Kenna followed in her mother's footsteps and started competitive show jumping at the age of 8 years old.

Over the next 15 years Kenna was able to comete around western Canada and the United States. After graduating high school from Rundle College, Kenna went on to study Kinesiology at the Univeristy of Athabasca and general studies at Mount Royal College and the University of Calgary.

Volunteering at the Millarville Therapeutic Riding Association, Kenna is able to help children with special needs create a special bond with the horse. She plans one day to own her own therapeutic riding facility.

   
   
   


2011 Contestants

In 2011 the Miss Rodeo Canada pageant had five young ladies running for the MRC title. Britnie Mcknight, Miss Williams Lake Stampede, Carolynne Vallee who is Miss Bonnyville Pro Rodeo, Miss Rodeo Okotoks Kezia Morrison, Nichole Campbell who is Miss Rodeo Maple Creek, and Kirsten Braumandi who is also known as Miss Williams Lake Stampede

 

Kezia Morrison

Kezia Morrison
Miss Rodeo Okotoks 2009
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Kezia Morrison is a southern Alberta cowgirl born into a family tradition of farming and ranching dating back to the late 1800's. A recent graduate of Queen's University with an Honours Degree in Political Studies and Spanish, Kezia has a passion for traveling and appreciates the beauty of cultural diversity. Kezia will forever treasure her reign as Miss Rodeo Okotoks and the many exceptional people she meet as an ambassador for the sport of rodeo and the town of Okotoks. These individuals taught her that no dream is ever too big or too small. She hopes that her experiences in the Miss Rodeo Canada pageant will help her in achieving her ultimate dream of one day becoming an international diplomat.

   
Kirsten Braumandl, Miss Rodeo Canada Princess 2011

Kirsten Braumandl
Miss Williams Lake Stampede 2009
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Kirsten Braumandl is an 18 year old cowgirl from the City of Williams Lake, B.C. Whether she is competing in barrel races, gymkhanas, or out on the trails with her grandfather, Kirsten is always enjoying the outdoors. She also enjoys volunteering, acting, soccer, skiing, and reading.

Kirsten recently graduated where she captured the Dogwood Award in Fine Arts. After the Miss Rodeo Canada Competition she plans to attend the University of Victoria to major in theatre and secondary school education.

In June 2009 she was crowned the Williams Lake Stampede Queen and has enjoyed representing her city and promoting the sport of rodeo across the provinces. Being Stampede queen was a childhood dream come true.

Kirsten is very excited to be competing in this year's Miss Rodeo Canada Competition, she looks forward to all the challenges she will face and new people she will meet as she competes for the title.

 

 

   
Britnie McKnight

Britnie McKnight
Miss William Lake Stampede 2008

Britnie McKnight represented the Williams Lake Stampede in 2008-2009. Britnie is 21 years old and was born in Grande Prairie, Alberta but was raised in Wilianms Lake, B.C. She has enjoyed the Stampede every year and decided she wanted to be queen when she was three years old, watching the rodeo on her dad's knee, drinking cream soda through a liquorice straw. Britnie's rodeo roots include numerous family members in the professional rodeo circuit, some of whom have gone on to be world champions.

Britnie graduated as valedictorian in 2007 and has won numerous public speaking awards. Britnie is currently working towards her Bachelor of Social Work and is entering her third year this fall.

Since her reign, she has dedicated her time to volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club and local daycare centres. Britnie was a member of 4-H for 12 years and is now a leader. The last few years, Britnie has been pursuing her passion for breeding and training quarter horses.

 

 

 

Carolynne Vallee
Bonnyville Pro Rodeo

Article - Bonnyville nouvelle - November 2, 2010

Carolynne Vallee was crowned the first BPRCA Princess this May at the 23rd Annual Bonnyville Pro Rodeo. She is a bilingual 18-year old Bonnyville resident, who recently graduated high school with great scholastic achievement.

As a member of horse 4-H for the past nine years, and now a key member for the District, Carolynne is a strong supporter of Alberta 4-H and mentors horsemanship skills to young riders. In her spare time, Carolynne enjoys teaching riders lessons, participating in drill team, gymkkhana, playing soccder, downhill skiing, as well as trapping.

Carolynne is currently enrolled in Animal Science Technology at Lakeland College in Vermilion, Alberta. Carolynne plans to cdomplete a degree in Agriculture with the intent to pursue Veterinary Medicine. She is proud to represent her community as BPRCA Princess at the |Miss Rodeo Canada pageant. Carolynne's outgoing and vivacious personality, along with her competitive spirit and leadership skills make her a great contender for the title.

 

 

 

Nichole Campbell
Miss Rodeo Maple Creek

Currently residing in Ponoka 23 year old Nichole began her journey to Miss Rodeo Canada after capturing the Miss Rodeo Maple Creek title in 2009. She graciously represented the community of Maple Creek and its western heritage during her successful reign.

Nichole has competed in High School Rodeo and was active in 4-H. She works as a licensed hairstylist spending her time riding horses in both western and english disciplines. Between showing horses and attending rodeos, she lends her time for volunteer work. She has participated in rodeo functions for Children with Special Needs, The Jace Hardy Memorial, Bull Riding and the World Professional Chuckwagon Association Women's Luncheon. Nichole sincerely thanks her family, friends and sponsors for their unwavering support.

 

 

 

   


2010 Contestants

There were several young ladies competing at the 2010 Miss Rodeo Canada pageant this year. Miss Grande Prairie Stompede - Britteny Foster, Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2008 - Dana Hansen, Miss Rodeo Stavely, Miss Rodeo Medicine Hat, Miss Rodeo Okotoks and the MRA Princess.

Britteny Foster, Miss Rodeo Canada 2010

Britteny Foster
Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2008
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Britteny Foster’s dream of being Miss Rodeo Canada became a reality on November 12th, 2009.  The crowning took place at the 2nd annual Miss Rodeo Canada Luncheon at the Westin Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta. Born and raised in Peace River, the former Miss Grande Prairie Stompede is proud to be crowned the 42nd First Lady of professional rodeo, and grateful to have the opportunity to uphold the beloved western lifestyle.  “It is crucial to educate and share our passion of rodeo with everyone who is unfamiliar with our sport and lifestyle.  It is my goal to reach out and touch the lives of rodeo spectators and make them into true rodeo fans”, Britteny notes.

The 22 year old barrel racer recently completed her fourth year at the University of Alberta with the aspiration of receiving her Bachelor of Education Secondary degree.  Britteny’s focus is working with special needs students and teaching communication & technology studies (CTS).  She plans to complete her final semester following her reign as Miss Rodeo Canada 2010.

At the age of 10 years, Britteny began competitively barrel racing and recalls fondly competing in the Alberta High School Rodeo Association.  This young woman still finds time to barrel race within various associations in the province such as the Alberta Barrel Racing Association, Northern Redneck Riders and the Peace Country Barrel Racing Association.

Britteny feels blessed to have the endless support of her loving parents Bill and Diane Foster. “I hold my family close to my heart.  They have taught me to stay true to myself, follow my dreams, and to carry my head high.  I am truly grateful to have remarkable role models and true mentors as parents… I love them with all of my being”, she says.

This year, Britteny will attend over 300 appearances throughout Canada and the United States.  She will be educating the public about rodeo, inspiring young minds to follow their dreams and ensuring the continual prosperity of rodeo.  She is an enthusiastic, determined and caring young woman who is devoted to volunteering and fundraising for a variety of charities.

“As Miss Rodeo Canada 2010, my goal is to encourage every person that I meet to follow their heart, and achieve what they desire most. It is my calling in life help others in need.  I long to lift the spirits of the individuals that I encounter, and strive to inspire others to make the world a better place.”

Miss Britteny Foster was crowned the New Miss Rodeo Canada 2010.


Dana Hansen

Dana Hansen
Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2008
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Dana Hansen is 22 years old, and is proud to call Beaumont, Alberta home.

As well as her mother and father, Dana has five brothers who have always been very supportive, and have encouraged Dana to follow her dreams… even though they have not always fully understood them!

At an early age, Dana began competing in various equestrian genres. She had a true love of horses and enjoyed riding and training performance horses. At age seventeen she won the title of Canadian Junior Equitation Champion.

Upon graduating from Ecole Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School, Dana pursued her education in Human Resources. She is currently the Personnel Manager at Patterson – UTI Drilling Co. The company continues to sponsor and support Dana throughout her endeavors.

On July 1, 2008, Dana was crowned Miss Rodeo Airdrie, this was the stepping stone that fuelled her passion to compete in the Miss Rodeo Canada Competition. Finally, November 12, 2009, Dana realized a dream come true, when she was crowned Miss Rodeo Canada Princess 2010!

The future is bright and promising for Dana. In the coming year she will travel 1000’s of miles, meet many new people, while actively promoting the sport of rodeo. Many of these people will become friends that will last a life time. Throughout this time she knows she will have the strong support and endless encouragement she has always found from family, friends, and sponsors.

For a young woman who embraces the western way of life this is the stuff that dreams are made of!

Miss Dana Hansen was crowned the new Miss Rodeo Canada Princess 2010.


Nicki Westersund

Nicki Westersund
Miss Rodeo Okotoks

 

Heather Mills

Heather Mills
Miss Rodeo Stavely

 

Rae-Leigh Pederzolli

Rae-Leigh Pederzolli
Miss Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Queen

 

Katie Cull

Katie Cull
Miss Rodeo Jasper Princess

 

   



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