MISS RODEO CANADA 1989
Stacey Soffel

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Biography

Stacey Soffel

Stacey Soffel
Miss Rodeo Canada 1989

At age 20, Stacey Soffel became Miss Rodeo Canada to be crowned in Edmonton during the Canadian Finals Rodeo.

Stacey, from Vanderhoof, B.C., travelled to 30 professional rodeos in Canada this year. Representing Pro Rodeo in Canada she has made appearances at the Denver Rodeo and Livestock Show, the Scottsdale Wrangler Jeans Rodeo Showdown and will also attend the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Stacey is no stranger in the rodeo arena qualifying for several National High School Finals and the amateur finals in Team Roping, Barrel Racing and Breakaway Roping. She was also the first Canadian girl to place in the top 10 in the National Finals High School Queen competition. In addition to these accomplishments, she has excelled in participation in music festivals.

Her future ambitions include singing and acting courses to develop her singing career.

 

 




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After my reign as Miss Rodeo Canada in 1989 came to an end, my involvement in the sport of rodeo remained. I continued to rope and run barrels, becoming a member of the Canadian All Girl Rodeo Association. I also continued my education, a journey which is still in progress with one more year before the completion of my Masters in Education degree. I am currently the Vice-Principal of EBUS Academy, a distributed learning program in B.C. that uses technology to reach and teach children throughout the province. My own children have been the biggest blessing in my life. My son Dustin is now in grade ten and competing in BCRA and high school rodeos every weekend. My daughter Sierra is a ray of sunshine who is old enough this year to be in 4-H. I have kept singing and played a few rodeo dances with the Cactus Band over the years.

 

 

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