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RodeoRoyalty.com is your one-stop source for all things rodeo queen. The content you'll find here is tried and true. While trends and fads come and go the basics of competition remain. I encourage you to seek out other sources of information but more importantly I highly suggest you attend a clinic with known clinicians and a history of producing winners. Invest in one-on-one training including riding lessons and meeting with a stylist to learn how to create your own hair and make-up look.
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Pageant Prep Tip - 5 Tips to a Knock-out Pageant Application (6.19.23)
In the late 1990's I began providing tips on competing in rodeo queen pageants on a website called LetsRodeo.com. A few years later RodeoRoyalty.com was created to focus solely on competing for and holding rodeo queen titles. My own rodeo queen career began as a horse show club queen, followed by a few runner-up positions at local rodeos. In 1989 I reigned as Miss Rodeo K-State and competed for the title of National Miss College Rodeo placing in the top ten twice. Two years later I competed for and earned the title of Miss Rodeo Kansas 1991 and finished by reign with a top ten placing at Miss Rodeo America. Since then I have coordinated and judged numerous pageants and served as a National Director to Miss Rodeo America for Iowa. In that capacity I was instrumental in beginning the first MRA pageant blog, setting up the "good luck" emails to contestants and working in a variety of other media related roles. The best part of all of this are the life long friends I've made. Competing for and holding rodeo queen titles can be a positive, life changing experience and I'm glad you're here. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. ~ Bobbie Ward-Hinds, RodeoRoyalty.com Founder