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SPOTLIGHT ON OUR FIRST LADIES OF THE RODEO

There are many stories to be told of our Ladies of the Rodeo. Why did they wish to represent the great sport of rodeo? When did they get involved and how? Were they just another pretty face or did their love of horses and their enthusiasm to ride and rope drive them to take on the coveted role of Miss Rodeo Canada? And what were their experiences like? From tall ten gallon hats that could hold a large crown - to the shorter flat top hats we see today. What was it like after 50 years on the trail of a Canadian Rodeo Queen? We are here to tell you!


The Miss Rodeo Canada organization is honoured to showcase our Miss Rodeo Canada Alumni.

 

This month we feature:

MERRY ANN REED, MISS RODEO CANADA1977

Be sure to bookmark this page and read about the past adventures, history, travels, and fashions of our First Ladies of the Rodeo!

 

Click on the link(s) below to access information:

Merry Ann Reed - Miss Rodeo Canada 1977

Miss Rodeo Canada 1977 - Photo Gallery

Merry Ann Reed - Diary Page

Merry Ann Reed, Miss Rodeo Canada 1977

 

 

 

PREVIOUS SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEWS



Miss Sis Thacker - Miss Rodeo Canada 1975
/ Diary Page
Miss Merry Ann Reed - Miss Rodeo Canada 1977 / Diary Page
Miss Susan Gittens - Miss Rodeo Canada 1982 / Diary Page
Miss Shereen Ziegler - Miss Rodeo Canada 2002 / Diary Page
Miss Christa Lawrence - Miss Rodeo Canada 2005 / Diary Page
Miss Aleaha Moore - Miss Rodeo Canada 2006 / Diary Page
Miss Nicole Briggs - Miss Rodeo Canada 2014 / Diary Page

 

 

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