Fair & Rodeo Royalty
The Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty symbolize the youth of Teton County who wish to further promote the sport of rodeo and the great western way of life. They are the ideal, western type American girls, who will represent their county, believe in our western heritage, and work hard in promoting these values during their reign and travels.
2018 Fair & Rodeo Royalty
Lady in Waiting
Gracie is the 18 year old daughter of Phil and Liz Perry.
"Rodeo is my passion and I love teaching others about the greatest sport. Spreading the western way of life is equally as important to me and I hope to do that as Lady-in-Waiting. I would be honored to share the sport of rodeo wherever I may travel and represent Teton County with pride."
Jordan is 16 years old and the daughter of Jeff and Debbie Lutz.
"Each year this becomes more and more of a passion for me. I believe in and truly love the sport of rodeo. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and love for the sport with everyone I meet. I love representing Teton County Fair & Rodeo because I want to spread my knowledge to educate others about all things rodeo. It is truly an honor to represent our County Fair each year."
Kate is 13 years old and the daughter of Joey and Nicole Budge.
"County fairs are all about spending time with family and friends while enjoying some friendly competition. I want to be a bigger part of the fun by representing the Teton County Fair and getting to share my love and knowledge of horses, rodeo, and the community with locals and visitors."
Ashlyn is 12 years old and the daughter of Brian Chamberlain and Amy Hindman.
"I want to be Peewee Princess because I love rodeo, people and I get to ride my horse."
Mylie is 8 years old and the daughter of Brian and Jodi Edwards.
"I want to be a Future Princess because I want to meet new people and share my love of the sport of rodeo. I would like to represent my Fair and Rodeo."