Applications will be available in January for the 2019 Miss Rodeo Airdrie Competition.
If you are interested in the program and would like more information, please e-mail our Director, Katie Van Hienen, at AirdrieProRodeoRoyalty@gmail.com
A minimum of 3 applications, are required to be received for the 2019 pageant to commence.
Being raised in a city has not stopped Sarah from chasing her horse dreams. Born in Saskatchewan, Sarah began riding Western at age 9; and upon moving to Airdrie in 2007 has taken up English riding as well. She enjoys everything from show jumping competitions, to bareback riding in a halter on her spunky paint mare. Sarah is thankful to have supportive parents whom have stayed by her side through all the blood, sweat and tears of her many equestrian adventures.
Sarah recently graduated from Professional Medical Associates in March 2017 obtaining her certificate as a Primary Care Paramedic; she hopes to pursue a career in Fire or Emergency Medical Services. She is driven to save lives, help others when they find themselves in an unfortunate or dangerous situation, and make a positive difference in the community. Sarah is enthusiastic about running, baking, as well as anything horse related.
Ashley grew up on the back of a horse in her hometown of Selkirk, Manitoba. From her family’s cattle farm, to her extensive background with the local horse 4-H Club, she found her passion to pursue the sport of Rodeo. Ashley joined the Manitoba High School Rodeo Association and loved every minute of it. When she graduated from her hometown she knew that Lakeland College would be her next stop.
Ashley completed her Agribusiness Diploma with a Marketing Communications major in 2015. She then moved on to finish her Animal Science Technology Diploma. Ashley’s Schooling has given her extensive experience with event management, marketing, sponsorship coordination, as well as working as part of a team on the Student Managed Farm at Lakeland College. As a member of the Lakeland Rustler’s Rodeo Team, Ashley was an active participant in five rodeo events, while competing across western Canada.
After finishing her schooling, Ashley decided to further her horsemanship skills with an offer she obtained riding horses in the United States. She was taught early in life that there is always more knowledge to gain and to seize every opportunity available.
2016 QUEEN: Emily Marston PRINCESS: Katie Hlushak
2015 Airdrie Rodeo Royalty Alumni Team
2014 QUEEN: Terra Chalack PRINCESS: Mazlie Gehring (ARRA)
2013 QUEEN: Kelsey Reinboldt-Lynch
2012 QUEEN: Nicole Briggs (MRC) PRINCESS: Samantha Bilsborrow
2011 QUEEN: Gillian (Shields) Grant (MRC) PRINCESS: Rebecca (McKay) Moore (ARRA)
2010 QUEEN: Alicia (Kuipers) Hemsing PRINCESS: Melinda (Carmichael) Bretton
2009 QUEEN: Charmayne Kading PRINCESS: Joanna (Hadley) Koehler
2008 QUEEN: Dana (Hansen) Zannis (MRCP) PRINCESS: Ashley Eide (ARRA)
2007 QUEEN: Justine (Simpson) Gardner PRINCESS: Casey Edworthy
2006 QUEEN: Jesse Madsen PRINCESS: Janine (Krumm) Bruce
2005 QUEEN: Leanne (Percy) Mackenzie PRINCESS: Tara Sergerie (MRC)
2004 QUEEN: Kelly (Ashbacher) Bell PRINCESS: Janelle (Perry) Halyk
2003 QUEEN: Tammy (Summerfield) Kaiser PRINCESS: Jessica (MacLeod) Moran
2002 QUEEN: Shannon McCarthy (MRC) PRINCESS: Amanda Earl
2001 QUEEN: Lindsay Robertson PRINCESS: Sarah (Havens) Baber
2000 QUEEN: Kristen Disley
1999 QUEEN: Shelia (Taylor) Walker (MRC)
1998 QUEEN: Brandy (Hamilton) Murray
1997 QUEEN: Maureen McCarthy
1996 QUEEN: Rhianna McKinnon
1995 QUEEN: Nancy (Muchka) Dahl
MRC = Miss Rodeo Canada
MRCP = Miss Rodeo Canada Princess
ARRA = 2015 Airdrie Rodeo Royalty Alumni Team