Pageant director Shawndra Sheik, left, places the banner on
Jadyn McDonald as she is introduced as the 101 Wild West
Rodeo Princess 2015. Placing the tiara, at right, is 2014
Miss 101 Wild West Rodeo Princess Allie Baker
The 101 Rodeo Foundation will
be sponsoring a rodeo
princess contest, which will be held June 9th, 10th, & 11th,
2015. It is opened to any Oklahoma female resident between the ages
The committee would like for this pageant to
be a stepping stone and a learning experience for up and
coming rodeo queens.
The 101 Wild West Rodeo Queen's
Competition continues to attract top-notch horsewomen for the honor
of serving as the historic rodeo queen.
The opportunity to represent the 101 Wild West Rodeo
as queen for a year is one of Oklahoma’s highest honors, as many of our queens
have gone on to reign as Miss Oklahoma Rodeo as well.
There will be three major pageant divisions. The percentage will be based on the
following: 40% speech/interview, 50% horsemanship, 10% photogenic. Judged
events will include interviews/speeches, photogenic, and horsemanship.
Activities for the candidates include appearances in the parade, interviews, as
well as appearances and autograph sessions during each night's rodeo
The coronation will be held during Saturday's performance. The 101 Wild West
Rodeo Princess will also be required to attend and represent our rodeo at
various events through out the year. The winner will also have the option of
participating in the Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Pageant.
101 Wild West Rodeo Princess Applications – 2016
applications will need to be postmarked no later than May 27,
There will be a $25 late fee required on any entries received after
The 101 Wild West Rodeo Foundation expresses a
sincere "thanks" to the individuals, firms, and organizations
who have contributed to the success of the Princess Pageant contest.