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Rodeo queen newsletter

Trask photo by Frontier Images PhotographyAt left: Tara Trask, Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008. At right: Kristina Maddocks, Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

Greetings:

September has brought some great memories and wonderful opportunities. I was able to attend the SDRA Finals in Sioux Falls. It was great to see so many familiar faces. I was on hand to carry flags with several of the other state rodeo queens. We were also invited to the Special Kids event held on Sunday. Thank you to Alan Odden, Dale Christensen, Tracy Hammerstrom, and the SDRA Board of Directors for including me in this year’s finals!

A week before the PRCA Ariat Playoff rodeo in Omaha, I received a phone call asking me to be a flag girl. Of course, I was ecstatic for the opportunity. The three-night event was one for the memory books. Ironically enough, my horse was named Dakota provided by the Cervi Rodeo Company. I was able to be not only the Wrangler flag girl, but also the victory lap flag. It was exciting to lead in the likes of Lindsay Sears, Luke Branquinho and South Dakota’s own Chad Ferley. Being around several of the contestants who will be competing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo gave me even more of a drive for the crown of Miss Rodeo America.

The next day I returned home from Omaha to my trunk show in Wall. I was able to model several of my outfits I will be wearing in Las Vegas during the Miss Rodeo America pageant. Several visiting queens were on hand to help model clothes provided by Wall Drug. Thank you to all who attended and helped with the event.

October will take me to the Badlands Circuit Finals in Minot, ND and my final rodeo – First Chance Bonanza in Brookings. Until next time…

Greetings:

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September has brought some great memories and wonderful opportunities. I was able to attend the SDRA Finals in Sioux Falls. It was great to see so many familiar faces. I was on hand to carry flags with several of the other state rodeo queens. We were also invited to the Special Kids event held on Sunday. Thank you to Alan Odden, Dale Christensen, Tracy Hammerstrom, and the SDRA Board of Directors for including me in this year’s finals!

A week before the PRCA Ariat Playoff rodeo in Omaha, I received a phone call asking me to be a flag girl. Of course, I was ecstatic for the opportunity. The three-night event was one for the memory books. Ironically enough, my horse was named Dakota provided by the Cervi Rodeo Company. I was able to be not only the Wrangler flag girl, but also the victory lap flag. It was exciting to lead in the likes of Lindsay Sears, Luke Branquinho and South Dakota’s own Chad Ferley. Being around several of the contestants who will be competing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo gave me even more of a drive for the crown of Miss Rodeo America.

The next day I returned home from Omaha to my trunk show in Wall. I was able to model several of my outfits I will be wearing in Las Vegas during the Miss Rodeo America pageant. Several visiting queens were on hand to help model clothes provided by Wall Drug. Thank you to all who attended and helped with the event.

October will take me to the Badlands Circuit Finals in Minot, ND and my final rodeo – First Chance Bonanza in Brookings. Until next time…

Greetings:

September has brought some great memories and wonderful opportunities. I was able to attend the SDRA Finals in Sioux Falls. It was great to see so many familiar faces. I was on hand to carry flags with several of the other state rodeo queens. We were also invited to the Special Kids event held on Sunday. Thank you to Alan Odden, Dale Christensen, Tracy Hammerstrom, and the SDRA Board of Directors for including me in this year’s finals!

A week before the PRCA Ariat Playoff rodeo in Omaha, I received a phone call asking me to be a flag girl. Of course, I was ecstatic for the opportunity. The three-night event was one for the memory books. Ironically enough, my horse was named Dakota provided by the Cervi Rodeo Company. I was able to be not only the Wrangler flag girl, but also the victory lap flag. It was exciting to lead in the likes of Lindsay Sears, Luke Branquinho and South Dakota’s own Chad Ferley. Being around several of the contestants who will be competing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo gave me even more of a drive for the crown of Miss Rodeo America.

The next day I returned home from Omaha to my trunk show in Wall. I was able to model several of my outfits I will be wearing in Las Vegas during the Miss Rodeo America pageant. Several visiting queens were on hand to help model clothes provided by Wall Drug. Thank you to all who attended and helped with the event.

October will take me to the Badlands Circuit Finals in Minot, ND and my final rodeo – First Chance Bonanza in Brookings. Until next time…

Greetings:

September has brought some great memories and wonderful opportunities. I was able to attend the SDRA Finals in Sioux Falls. It was great to see so many familiar faces. I was on hand to carry flags with several of the other state rodeo queens. We were also invited to the Special Kids event held on Sunday. Thank you to Alan Odden, Dale Christensen, Tracy Hammerstrom, and the SDRA Board of Directors for including me in this year’s finals!

A week before the PRCA Ariat Playoff rodeo in Omaha, I received a phone call asking me to be a flag girl. Of course, I was ecstatic for the opportunity. The three-night event was one for the memory books. Ironically enough, my horse was named Dakota provided by the Cervi Rodeo Company. I was able to be not only the Wrangler flag girl, but also the victory lap flag. It was exciting to lead in the likes of Lindsay Sears, Luke Branquinho and South Dakota’s own Chad Ferley. Being around several of the contestants who will be competing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo gave me even more of a drive for the crown of Miss Rodeo America.

The next day I returned home from Omaha to my trunk show in Wall. I was able to model several of my outfits I will be wearing in Las Vegas during the Miss Rodeo America pageant. Several visiting queens were on hand to help model clothes provided by Wall Drug. Thank you to all who attended and helped with the event.

October will take me to the Badlands Circuit Finals in Minot, ND and my final rodeo – First Chance Bonanza in Brookings. Until next time…