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2017 Fair & Rodeo Royalty

Who is Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty?

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 will work hard in promoting these values during their reign and travels.

What does it mean to be Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty?

While spreading good will for the community and the sport of rodeo, all Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty girls are garnering an experience in their life and laying a solid foundation for their future. The girls should constantly be aware of the value of public relations between the general public and those actively involved in rodeo, and of their responsibility to uphold their titles.

What type of young woman does the Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty competition attract?

The young woman who:

  • wishes to be a leader in her community and further promote the western way of life.
  • loves horses and everything they represent, and is willing to show the rest of the world what can be accomplished surrounded by this environment.
  • wants to act as an official representative of rodeo to the general public, has high moral and ethical character, and reflects careful and humane treatment of animals.
  • understands the sport of rodeo in its entirety, enough to be able to explain and sell rodeo to anyone with whom she may come in contact with, and be able to speak intelligently with dignity and sincere interest in rodeo.
  • realize that the Teton County Fair and Rodeo Pageant is not a “beauty” pageant. However, she should act, speak, and dress according to the prestige and title she carries.
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Claire Andrews - Lady in Waiting

Claire Andrews - Lady in Waiting

Claire is 19 years old and the daughter of Brad and Barb Andrews.

"The Teton County Fair and Rodeo Royalty program had been an influential piece of my life. From Introducing me to public speaking, to teaching me not to be afraid of large crowds. To this day I dream of impacting a young girl's life like the rodeo royalty did when I was young. I want to be an ambassador of the sport I adore so much and show the world the passion and bravery behind every piece of it."
 
Lexi Daugherty - Senior Princess

Lexi Daugherty - Senior Princess

Lexi is 18 years old and the daughter of Jeff and Deb Daugherty.

"I love the sport of rodeo and always felt inspired by the rodeo queens. I hope to share my love for this sport and inspire other young people."
 
Jordan Lutz - Junior Princess

Jordan Lutz - Junior Princess

Jordan is 15 years old and the daughter of Jeffery and Debra Lutz.

"I love sharing my love of rodeo with people of all ages. I love learning about the sport and getting involved in my community. This is why I want to continue to represent our Teton County Fair and Rodeo."
 
Sarah Andrews - Senior Princess Attendant

Sarah Andrews - Senior Princess Attendant

Sarah is 18 years old and the daughter of Brad and Barb Andrews.

"I love being and ambassador for the Teton County Fair and Rodeo. I also enjoy meeting new people and educating them about the sport of rodeo. It's something I love and hope to continue doing!"
 
Kate Budge - Junior Princess Attendent

Kate Budge - Junior Princess Attendent

Kate is the 12-year-old 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 about horses, rodeo and the community with locals and visitors."
 
Bailey Chamberland - Junior Princess Attendant

Bailey Chamberland - Junior Princess Attendant

Bailey is 11 years old and the daughter of Amy Hindman and Brian Chamberland.

"I would really like to be Pee Wee Princess this year because I am a good representation of rodeo and the Fair."
 
Gracie Hardeman - Junior Princess Attendant

Gracie Hardeman - Junior Princess Attendant

Gracie is 10 years old and the daughter of Rob and Abbey Hardeman.

"I enjoy the sport of rodeo and telling everyone about it."
 
Ashlyn Chamberland - Future Princess

Ashlyn Chamberland - Future Princess

Ashlyn is 6 years old and the daughter of Amy Hindman and Brian Chamberland.

"I am a 4th generation native. I love rodeo and my horse Pepper."
 
Mylie Edwards - Future Princess

Mylie Edwards - Future Princess

Mylie is 4 years old and the daughter of Brian and Jodi Edwards.

"I want to be a future princess because I want be in the Grand Entry at the rodeo and hold the American Flag."
 
Chloe Edwards - Future Princess

Chloe Edwards - Future Princess

Chloe is 4 years old and the daughter of Brian and Jodi Edwards.

"I want to be a future princess because I want be in the Grand Entry at the rodeo and hold the American Flag."
 
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2017 Miss Teton County Fair & Rodeo Royalty Enty Form

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