2018 Alex Hyland

Pageant

Congratulations to these 5 lovely ladies who have made it through the Preliminary Pageant and will be competing for the title of 2019 Miss Rodeo Colorado.

Hailey Frederiksen is the 20 year old daughter of Trevin and Megan Frederiksen of Platteville. Hailey will graduate from Colorado State University- Fort Collins in May of 2019 with a degree in Animal Science and a minor in Agricultural Business, with goals to pursue her passion for the agricultural industry. While in college, Hailey was on the Dean's list for her academic performance, selected to be a member of the CSU Meat Judging Team and was a professional cheerleader for the Colorado Eagles Hockey Team for two consecutive years. Hailey's passion for agriculture and rodeo came from her 12 year involvement in 4-H, serving as the 2018 Miss Rodeo Deer Trail and being raised on her family's farm.  

 

Katlyn Freeburg is 20 years old and the daughter of Dave and Janet Freeburg. Katlyn is from the small town of Westcliffe, located in the Wet Mountain Valley. Katlyn is currently a sophomore at Colorado State University- Pueblo where she is studying Wildlife and Natural Resources, with hopes to work for the Department of Wildlife or Forest Service. Katlyn was a 13 year 4-H member where she showed horses, dogs, goats, and completed many general projects. She also served as the Westcliffe Stampede Queen in 2015 and 2017. Additionally, Katlyn enjoys photography, archery, and riding with friends.  

 

Brittany Garcia is the 20 year-old daughter of Tom and Shelly Garcia of Brighton, Colorado. Brittany is sophomore at University of Wyoming and pursing a major in Ag Communications, with goals to continue to work and serve in the rodeo industry. While in school, she is a part of collegiate 4H, volunteers at the university’s garden, and competes on the points team for the Ranch Horse Team at the University. Brittany’s passions for agriculture and rodeo come from her involvement in 4H and FFA, as well as serving as an ambassador for the Evergreen, Jefferson County, and Rooftop Rodeos.  

 

Holly Spreitzer is the 22-year-old daughter of John and Linda Spreitzer of Loveland. Holly works as a firefighter and nationally certified emergency medical technician, while continuing her studies at Aims Community College to earn her degree in Fire Science and Technology. Holly is a scholarship recipient, a member of Phi Theta Kappa, and has maintained a 3.7 GPA and President’s Honor Roll throughout her studies. Holly has always had a love of rodeo and was an FFA Officer while in high school. She has served as the Larimer County Sheriff’s Posse Queen and the 2016 Rooftop Rodeo Queen.  

 

Kellie Stockton is a 24-year-old cowgirl and has been involved with horses her entire life. She lives on the family ranch in Beulah, Colorado with her parents, Becky and Jeff Stockton. Her rodeo career started out at local saddle clubs and advanced to the National Little Britches Rodeo Association where she was a multi-year national finalist in Barrel Racing and Pole Bending. Kellie was 1st runner up to the National Little Britches Rodeo Queen. She is a senior at Colorado State University Pueblo and will graduate in May with a Bachelor’s Degree in elementary education with endorsements in art and history.  











PLEASE NOTE THE AGE CHANGES FOR THE 2019 PAGEANT 

LADIES COMPETING FOR THE TITLE OF 2019 MISS RODEO COLORADO MUST BE BETWEEN THE AGE OF 19-26 AT THE TIME OF  THEIR REIGN. THE 2019 REIGN RUNS FROM JANUARY 1ST 2019-DECEMBER 31ST 2019.

The Miss Rodeo Colorado Pageant is not a beauty contest; however, it strives to find a representative who will act, speak, and dress in a manner consistent with the prestige the title deserves.  This young woman would have the following qualities:

1.     Desire to be a leader in her community and promote the state’s great Western Heritage and Western way of life.
2.     Love of horses and everything they represent.
3.     Desire to act as the official representative of Rodeo to the general public, including the following traits:
        •   Unexcelled sportsmanship
        •   High moral and ethical character
        •   Careful and humane treatment of animals
        •   Understanding of the sport of Rodeo
        •   Ability to speak intelligently, with dignity and sincerity to explain and sell Rodeo to     
        anyone; even someone who knows nothing about the sport
        •   Willingness to travel across the state of Colorado and to Mountain States Circuit Rodeos
4.     Interest in furthering her chosen career through higher education and special training.
5.     Appreciation for the rewards she receives and the value of the many sponsors of the Miss Rodeo Colorado Pageant.

MRC_Rule_Book_2018.pdf
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Horsemanship_patterns.pdf
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EXHIBITION PAGEANT
Be sure to join us in April 2019 to compete along side the state level contestants as your prepare for your rodeo queen goals.
Now open to ladies from all states ages 14-26. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to "compete" at a leading state level pageant without making the commitment to actually run for the title. As an exhibitor you will get the full experience and compete right alongside the Miss Rodeo Colorado Preliminary Contestants. You will be judged by state and national level judges and receive written feedback from them. This is an excellent way to prepare for a local pageant or state pageant, also great for current state queens to prepare for the Miss Rodeo America pageant.



MRC_Rule_Book_2018.pdf
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Horsemanship_patterns.pdf
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