The Cherokee PRCA Rodeo does not hold a rodeo queen contest. But we are pleased to welcome the following ladies to our event:
Miss Teen Rodeo Iowa 2017
Hailing from Honey Creek, Allison Pauley is the 18-year old daughter of Pat and Sandy Pauley. A senior at Missouri Valley High School she is dual enrolled at Iowa Western Community College and will graduate this May. She plans to attend college at South Dakota State University this coming Fall.
Horses are Allison’s passion and riding is her obsession. She is currently a member of the Iowa High School Rodeo Association and competes in barrel racing and pole bending in rodeos across the State of Iowa during the regular school year. When not spending time at her family’s farm training her horses and perfecting her riding skills you can find Allison enjoying reading, swimming and snowboarding.
Miss Rodeo Iowa 2017
Logan Kinyon is 22-years-old and hails from the small farming community of Creston, IA. Logan holds a Bachelor’s in Agriculture Business from Northwest Missouri State University, which she uses to fuel her passion for agriculture. In her free time, Logan enjoys watching her brother compete in various sports and rodeo events. She also enjoys fishing, painting, and camping with her family.
With Iowa’s rich western heritage pumping through her veins, she strives to educate people across the country about the sport of rodeo and western way of life. After the completion of her year as Miss Rodeo Iowa, Logan plans to go back to school to get her Master’s in Agriculture Education.
Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2017
On October 9th 2016, during the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, Cassidy Rasmusson was graciously crowned the 62nd annual Miss Rodeo North Dakota in Minot, ND. She earned top honors in the pageant’s horsemanship and appearance categories, plus was voted the congeniality winner.
Hailing from small town Lisbon North Dakota, Cassidy graduated from Lisbon High school and is currently a student at North Dakota State University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Education program. She plans to be an agriculture education instructor and advisor for FFA and 4-H programs. She hopes to inspire youth to stay true to agriculture and learn all that they possibly can to better themselves for their futures.
Cassidy’s love for the equine industry and the sport of rodeo helped her thrive throughout her 4-H and FFA careers, where she was a national level horse judger. She is very involved in the Fort Ransom Arena Association and Hankinson Sand Hills Saddle Club, where her passion for horses began, and continues to grow.
Cassidy enjoys being an advocate for the sport of rodeo and sharing her experiences with others. She hopes to inspire other young people to produce a spark within them to pursue their dreams and achieve their goals both in and out of the rodeo arena.