Erin Moore Culligan

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Erin Moore (Geymonat)
Miss Rodeo Canada 1996

Erin Moore grew up in Rocky Mountains of Brule, Alberta. She spent much of her time riding the back country of Jasper National Park, where her parents owned and operated a tourist outfitting business. Living in Jasper every summer enabled Erin to compete in the Jasper Rodeo, where in 1994, she won Miss Rodeo Jasper. With this accomplishment, she pursued the Miss Rodeo Canada title. She was crowned Queen on November 10, 1995.

Erin has always expressed a keen interest in horse training and competition. Independently riding at the age of two, Erin has continued to expand her knowledge and ability. Apart from being an avid rodeo competitor, she has spent four seasons at Spruce Meadows and Attache Stables, participated in numerous colt breaking, reining and barrel clinics, graduated from the equine management program at Fairview College, and trained with Kellmer Quarter Horses in Post Falls, Idaho.

Throughout her year as a representative for pro rodeo in Canada, Erin has had the chance to meet new people and see many beautiful places. Having the opportunity to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience has definitely changed her life and opened up many doors.

Erin considered her position as Miss Rodeo Canada 1996 a privilege and an honour. With this title, she was able to promote what she enjoys: the professional sport of rodeo and the cowboy way of life.





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 Erin Moore Culligan



I had the wonderful opportunity to represent the sport of professional rodeo as Miss Rodeo Canada in 1996. After a very rewarding year with tons of great memories, I decided that maybe I should hit the books. In two short years I graduated from the BC College of Equine Therapy. This enlightening program encouraged me to follow my dream and learn more about medicine. I graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine with a DVM in 2006.

In 2004 I married Trevor and we are currently living in Brule, Alberta. I am presently employed as one of the veterinarians for the Foothills Model Forest Grizzly Bear Research program.





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