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Crook County Rodeo Royalty Contestants 2019


July 18, 2019

Junior Princess

Daisy Soesbe

Daisy Soesbe is the daughter of James and Samantha Soesbe of Moorcroft, Wyoming. She will be a sixth grader this fall at Moorcroft K-8 School. She enjoys reading, drawing, singing, animals, playing clarinet and being outdoors.

Daisy is a member of the band at school and her local 4-H club. She helps her community by doing roadside cleanup with her 4-H club, participating in Operation Christmas Child and baking cookies for the Parade of Lights. Her scholastic ambition after graduating is to attend college to become a doctor in sports medicine.

She would like to represent Crook County as the next Crook County Rodeo Junior Princess so she can teach future generations about horses and agriculture. Daisy is sponsored by Bob and Ann Cournoyer of Moorcroft.


Anna Bossman

Anna Bossman is the daughter of Lonny and Cassie Bossman of Moorcroft, Wyoming. She will be a junior this fall at Moorcroft High School.

She enjoys raising and showing her market lambs, showing market goats and horses, being outdoors and rodeo. Her scholastic ambition is to attend the University of Wyoming to become a teacher, as well as compete on the horse show and evaluation team.

Anna is a member of the National Honor Society, serves as the second vice president of the Whitcomb FFA Chapter and is the secretary/treasurer of the Beef & Bridle 4-H Club. She helps her community by planting flowers with her 4-H Club, doing a town clean-up with her FFA Chapter and assisting Powder River Energy with their walking taco booth each year.

She would like to represent Crook County as the next Crook County Rodeo Princess so she can promote the sport of rodeo across the state of Wyoming, as well as surrounding states. Anna is sponsored by W-Bar Feed and Ranch Supply of Hulett.


Kirstin Everhard

Kirstin Everhard is the daughter of Mike and Roxanne Everhard of Moorcroft, Wyoming. She has an Associate of Science Degree in Elementary Education, and plans to continue her education online through Valley City State University of North Dakota.

Her ambition is to become an early elementary educator. Her hobbies include spending time with her horses, trail riding, snowboarding, hunting, hiking and barrel racing jackpots.

Kirstin is a member of the Whitcomb FFA Chapter, and a former member of 4-H, FCCLA and AQHYA. She has been an active participant in her community by contributing to Operation Christmas Child with her FCCLA Chapter, visiting adoptive grandparents with her 4-H Club and cleaning up the Hulett Rodeo Grounds, to name a few.

She would like to become the next Crook County Rodeo Queen so she can represent the community she grew up in and the western way of life. Her goal is to represent good horsemanship, promote her passion for the rodeo royalty opportunity, be a resource for girls coming into the rodeo world and support the Crook County Fair.

This year’s sponsors include Neiman Enterprises, White’s Canyon Motors, White’s Queen City Motors, Sundance State Bank, George & Betty White Scholarship Foundation, Cowgirl Pizza, Coffee Cup Food & Fuel, Devils Tower View, Longhorn Saloon & Café, Dog & Suds, Cassidy Feed & Seed, Belle Fourche Veterinary, Serendipity Florals, Crook County Veterinary, Cowboys & Angels Hair Design, Betty White, Dakota Mill & Grain, Crook County Fair Board and Crook County Farm Bureau.

The public is invited to attend the crowning of the upcoming royalty on Saturday, July 27 at 11:30 a.m. at the Sundance Arena.


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