Logan is 20 years old. Airdrie, Alberta is where she calls home. Logan grew up on a ranch near Hanna, Alberta. After moving to a few different homes, Airdrie is where the Berreth family resides. Besides Rodeo, Logan is also passionate about the beauty industry. She recently graduated from MC College, hairstyling school. She hopes to become a professional makeup artist, after attending beauty school this fall. Logan’s whole family rodeos along her side, three younger brothers who also rodeo. Logan enjoys spending quality time with her family going roping, practicing for upcoming rodeos, hunting, and camping. In the future, Logan has high hopes for running for Miss Rodeo Canada. She hopes to one day have a ranch outside of the city limits to continue riding, raise a family of her own and pass on her passion for rodeo. Logan has chosen to run for Miss Rodeo Airdrie because she wants to be an inspiration for others to follow their dreams and that anything is possible when you work hard for it.
Brooke grew up in the Bragg Creek area and quickly developed a love for horses. She began riding horses at the young age of 4. Her passion for animals has defined her life. Brooke spends countless hours caring for her horses, cats, and dogs. Brooke graduated from Springbank Community High School and started working as a full-time ranch hand assisting in the care of horses and cattle. She will soon be attending the Equine Reproduction Technician Program at Olds College in the fall of 2019, and someday hopes to continue her passion for animals in the industry. She has volunteered for the Millarville Rodeo, Bragg Creek Days, Cochrane Humane Society as well being involved in flood relief in 2013; assisting in running the community kitchen feeding 30 volunteers daily. She is currently a member for the Millarville Rodeo committee and in charge of volunteers. She gets great satisfaction by giving back to the community.
Brooke is an outgoing, genuine 19 year old; born in Calgary, she spent her early childhood in the beautiful rocky mountains of Bragg Creek. After wanting to pursue their equine dreams, her family relocated to a large acreage in the foothills of Water Valley, where Brooke spends countless hours fully immersed in the farming lifestyle. Currently, Brooke is in her second year at the University of Calgary working towards a Bachelor of Science in Biology, specializing in zoology. Her goal is to pursue a career in either veterinary medicine like her mother, or achieve her masters in physiotherapy to work on equines and equestrian athletes. Since owning her first pony, Brook has competitively shown in all disciplines of English riding and recently joined the western community where she became involved in extreme cowboy and riding for the Calgary Stampede Showriders in 2018. She is passionate about personal fitness, reading, dance, modeling photography and travel. The opportunity to be an active role model in the community through the sport of rodeo is why Brooke is pursuing royalty. She hopes she can share her experiences and passion of the lifestyle, to positively impact people while also pushing her own personal development.
Despite being born in Banff, Haley has called the Cochrane area home for as long as she can remember. Growing up in the area, her love for horses was inevitable. At the age of 4, she finally convinced her parents to let her start riding horses, and she hasn't stopped since. Her focus in the horse world began with show jumping, but she has since expanded her field of interests and gained success in multiple disciplines, both Western and English. Graduating from Cochrane High School in 2018, Haley knew she wanted to work in the animal industry and is hoping to attend Olds College in the Fall or Winter to obtain her diploma in Animal Health Technology. During her time off from school, Haley has decided to try and make her life long goal of becoming rodeo royalty a reality, and she would love to do so while representing such a respectable association.