MISS RODEO CANADA 1998
Brook Robertson

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Biography

Brook Robertson

Brook Robertson
Miss Rodeo Canada 1998

Brook Robertson is no stranger to the rodeo world. She has spent most of her life travelling down the rodeo trail! Her childhood memories are one of the long hours on the road getting to the next rodeo, carrying the Canadian flag in grand entries, meeting new friends and listening to Waylon, Willie and the boys while sitting around the horse trailer after the rodeo discussing the day's events.

Since she was two and half years old, Brook has been a competitive barrel racer. Some of her accomplishments include winning the 1992 Year-End FCA Junior Barrel Racing Championship and qualifying for the Silver State Finals in Fallon, NV in 1993. As well, in 1994, she captured the title of Alberta High School Rodeo Queen.

Once Brook completed her reign as AHSRA Queen, she moved to Vernon, BC to complete her high school education. Then in December of 1996, Brook returned to her home town of Ponoka, Alberta and her first love, rodeo. On July 1, 1997 she was crowned Miss Ponoka Stampede which gave her the opportunity to compete for the title of Miss Rodeo Canada. During the Miss Rodeo Canada competition, she won the horsemanship category and scored the highest mark on the rodeo knowledge test. She attributes all of this to growing up in a rodeo family.

Brook feels it is a tremendous honour to represent the sport of rodeo and a lifestyle that has given her and many others so much. She plans to show her appreciation and promote rodeo and the sponsors to the best of her ability, while continuing to keep the cowboy spirit of freedom and honesty alive.

 

Brook Robertson

Brook Robertson
Miss Rodeo Canada 1998

 



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Diaries

Brook Robertson

Immediately following my reign as Miss Rodeo Canada, I took a job with Canadian Cowboy Magazine in advertising sales where I also contributed as a fashion editor. From there I worked at the Ranchmans in Calgary in marketing and promotions, all the while continuing to pursue my passion for training barrel horses.

When the opportunity came along to train full time, I didn't have to think twice. For about five years I trained and competed in futurities, derbies and the occasional rodeo. This was my passion up until about two years ago when i was given the Arbonne opportunity and developed a need to help change other's lives. For the past two years I have been working with Arbonne and am currently a National Vice President and independent consultant. I still continue to train my own horses alongside my Arbonne business.

 

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