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Seven contestants vying for the title of Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen 2008

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

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Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

RAPID CITY, SD – For many young ladies across the region, becoming Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo Queen is a longtime dream. This year, seven contestants will vie for that dream with the coronation to be held prior to the 20x Rodeo in the Civic Center Arena at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Interviews for the title begin at 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Speeches and Modeling competitions take place at 10:30 a.m. at The Journey Museum. The Horsemanship competition takes place at 1:30 p.m. in the Event Center at the Central States Fairgrounds.

The speeches, modeling and horsemanship competitions on Saturday are open to the public and free of charge.

Reigning BHSS Rodeo Queen Tara Trask of Wall, SD will also be at this year’s Show. Tara was officially crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008 on Jan. 5 at a coronation in Philip, SD.

Following are short biographies of Tara Trask and the seven contestants vying for Miss Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo 2008.

Tara Trask has two passions in life – patriotism and rodeo. So, it is only fitting that her crowning achievement so far was winning the 2008 Miss Rodeo South Dakota title during the Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant held in conjunction with the Black Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche over the 4th of July.

Tara is no stranger to the rodeo way of life. Growing up in a rodeo family, she was a three-time South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen, named to the 2002-2004 Wrangler All-Star teams and enjoys announcing the state high school and 4-H finals rodeos. Last year, Tara was honored with the title of the 2007 Miss Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo.

As a past SD Girls State Governor, South Dakota State University Student Ambassador to Warsaw (Poland) Agricultural University, and listed in the National Scholars Honor Society, Tara has been very active throughout high school and college. In May of 2008, she will graduate from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Advertising. In the future, she plans to work in broadcasting or public relations.

A proud South Dakota cowgirl, Tara hopes her passions for rodeo and patriotism will leave a lasting impression on everyone she comes in contact with about professional rodeo. She is truly honored to Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

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