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Vanessa Ternes: Miss Rodeo South Dakota newsletter

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Greetings, rodeo fans – hello! I hope this update finds you well. The month of August was a busy one with completing all the requirements for the Miss Rodeo America Pageant. I am so excited for the contest and cannot wait to represent South Dakota in Las Vegas.

I would love for as many South Dakotans to venture to Las Vegas for the Finals and to support me at the pageant. For information and special deals, visit the Miss Rodeo America Web site at missrodeoamerica.com.

The beginning of August, I had the pleasure of working with Sarah and Richard Carlson of Black Forest Studio for my advertisement in the Miss Rodeo America program and magazine. Sarah and Richard work so well as a team; they were able to capture exactly what I had in mind. I am so impressed with their artwork and generosity.



My first rodeo in August was in Onida, SD, for the Catfish Stampede. This fun rodeo had a hometown feel, and they lived up to their event’s name by serving delicious catfish in the hospitality tent. A special moment for me was when I had the chance to watch the miracle barrel horse, Dually, run! I found myself thanking God that he has healed so well. I had a stellar time with Amy and Steven Muller as they chauffeured me around town and served as my host home during the weekend event. I love to watch the family business of Sutton Rodeo Inc. as they work together to create thrilling rodeo entertainment. They have proven that hard work does pay off and that family is an important aspect in business and in life. As always, thank you to the Sutton Family for their hospitality, allowing me to represent at their rodeo and for providing talented horses to represent with.

My next visit was to Rapid City for the spectacular Range Days Rodeo at the Central States Fair. I have always loved the Central States Fair and the variety of festivities that accompany the rodeo. I made sure to take full advantage of all of the fair food on the midway after the rodeo! My favorite part of the fair was when a little girl, Cindy, told me that when she grows up she wants to be like me. I remember growing up and idolizing Miss Rodeo South Dakota and Miss Rodeo America and what they represent. It was truly special to know that I am making the same lasting impact! Thank you to Ron Jefferies for his hard work to make the Range Days Rodeo such a fantastic one and to Wade Ross for supplying horses for the queens to carry sponsor flags on.



Congratulations to Jess Tierney for winning the average and the year-end award at the Badland’s Circuit Steer Roping Finals! Also congratulations to team GITOS, from Belle Fourche, for placing second in the Days of ’76 Ranch Rodeo!

Greetings, rodeo fans – hello! I hope this update finds you well. The month of August was a busy one with completing all the requirements for the Miss Rodeo America Pageant. I am so excited for the contest and cannot wait to represent South Dakota in Las Vegas.

I would love for as many South Dakotans to venture to Las Vegas for the Finals and to support me at the pageant. For information and special deals, visit the Miss Rodeo America Web site at missrodeoamerica.com.

The beginning of August, I had the pleasure of working with Sarah and Richard Carlson of Black Forest Studio for my advertisement in the Miss Rodeo America program and magazine. Sarah and Richard work so well as a team; they were able to capture exactly what I had in mind. I am so impressed with their artwork and generosity.

My first rodeo in August was in Onida, SD, for the Catfish Stampede. This fun rodeo had a hometown feel, and they lived up to their event’s name by serving delicious catfish in the hospitality tent. A special moment for me was when I had the chance to watch the miracle barrel horse, Dually, run! I found myself thanking God that he has healed so well. I had a stellar time with Amy and Steven Muller as they chauffeured me around town and served as my host home during the weekend event. I love to watch the family business of Sutton Rodeo Inc. as they work together to create thrilling rodeo entertainment. They have proven that hard work does pay off and that family is an important aspect in business and in life. As always, thank you to the Sutton Family for their hospitality, allowing me to represent at their rodeo and for providing talented horses to represent with.

My next visit was to Rapid City for the spectacular Range Days Rodeo at the Central States Fair. I have always loved the Central States Fair and the variety of festivities that accompany the rodeo. I made sure to take full advantage of all of the fair food on the midway after the rodeo! My favorite part of the fair was when a little girl, Cindy, told me that when she grows up she wants to be like me. I remember growing up and idolizing Miss Rodeo South Dakota and Miss Rodeo America and what they represent. It was truly special to know that I am making the same lasting impact! Thank you to Ron Jefferies for his hard work to make the Range Days Rodeo such a fantastic one and to Wade Ross for supplying horses for the queens to carry sponsor flags on.

Congratulations to Jess Tierney for winning the average and the year-end award at the Badland’s Circuit Steer Roping Finals! Also congratulations to team GITOS, from Belle Fourche, for placing second in the Days of ’76 Ranch Rodeo!


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