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Miss Rodeo Florida Association Crowns 2019 Royalty


The Miss Rodeo Florida Association is proud to announce the newly crowned 2019 Rodeo Royalty.

Miss Rodeo Florida 2019 – Cara Spirazza of Lake Worth, FL. Cara swept the categories of Horsemanship, Most Photogenic, Personality and Appearance Awards. Caitlyn Albers of Okeechobee, FL won 1st Runner-Up and the Speech Award. Kaelynn Anderson of Trenton, FL won Miss Congeniality and 2nd Runner Up for the Miss Division.

Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 2019 – Kassidy Cabot of Saint Cloud, FL, while also capturing the coveted Teen Horsemanship Award, won the Speech Award, Most Photogenic, and Miss Congeniality. Nicole Boulton of Saint Cloud, FL was 1st Runner-Up and Jasmine Lopez of Summerfield, FL was 2nd Runner-Up in the Teen Division.

Miss Rodeo Florida Princess 2019 – Bailee Jeannin of Saint Cloud, FL. also won the Speech Award, Most Photogenic and Miss Congeniality. Kaydynce Redman of Saint Cloud, FL. was 1st runner-up for the Princess Division.

Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 2019 – Sydnee Crawley of Saint Cloud, FL also won the Most Photogenic. Bella Kibler of Saint Cloud was 1st Runner-Up and won Miss Congeniality. LillyAnn Daugherty of Saint Cloud was 2nd Runner-Up and won the Speech Award for the Sweetheart Division.

The pageant portion was held September 27-29, 2018 at The Venue of Cobblestone in Saint Cloud, Florida, with the Horsemanship portion being sponsored by the McCormick Research Institute on Rummel Rd, Saint Cloud, FL. The pageant festivities honored the 2018 reigning queens, Miss Teen Rodeo Florida Makenzie Conner of Groveland, FL, Miss Rodeo Florida Princess, Heaven Crosby of Ft. McCoy, FL and Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart, Aubrey Rosenhaus of Miami, FL. Miss Rodeo America 2018, Keri Sheffield did the honors of announcing as a former alumni Miss Rodeo Florida 2017. Keri will be giving up her crown at the 2019 Miss Rodeo America Pageant December 2–9, 2018 held at the Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.

The pageant is divided into 4 age divisions and is open to all Florida residents who qualify for their age groups:

Miss Rodeo Florida 19-25 years of age, Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 15-18 years of age, Miss Rodeo Florida Princess 11-14 years of age, and Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 7-10 years of age. All age divisions are judged on Poise, Personality, Appearance, Photogenic, Interview Skills, and Speech. Additionally, the Miss and Teen divisions are judged on Current Event Knowledge, Rodeo and Equine Knowledge, Horsemanship Riding Skills and Horsemanship Interviews.

The Miss Rodeo Florida Association is honored to have many great sponsors such as Experience Kissimmee, the Homestead Rodeo Association, Tile It…, Troy Weekley, Kessler Pro Sound, Gunther General Contracting, Wild Florida, Conrad & Thompson, Derrick Builders Inc., Ashely Sellars, and Tihler Shay Photography. For a complete list of all the amazing sponsors, please visit www.missrodeoflorida.com.

All four new queens have begun planning for their Coronation and Fund Raisers. They are looking forward to everyone’s support as they are officially crowned in January 2019. Their fund raising events will help finance their journey as they travel to rodeos and events within and possibly out of state. Their primary job will be promoting agriculture in Florida, promoting Florida’s western heritage and acting as the official spokeswomen for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the extreme sport of rodeo.

Visit at www.missrodeoflorida.com to stay apprised of MRF association news, future pageant dates and queen updates.