Attention all Cowgirls! Contestants Wanted!
Do you want to participate in this year's Randall County Sheriff's Posse Queen and Jr. Queen Contest??
Here is how!
The Randall County Sheriffs Posse is looking for two Cowgirls to represent our club as Queen and Jr. Queen! To be a Queen you must be a good role model. Be kind to others, have others' best interests at heart, set a good example, respect your authority and the livestock, be humble, have a servant's heart, and try your best to always learn and improve!
Jr. Queen 9-14
Please read the information below carefully!
*Competitors must be a member to participate!
- To compete in the contest you must meet these criteria: Qualifications/Contest Information
- All contestants must sign an agreement: Agreement
- Please complete the entry form: Entry Form
Important Dates to Remember:
Entries will be due by April 10th, 2020 TBD
Contest will be held on April 18th, 2020
Queen Competition will start promptly at 10 am, Arena of Life 8827 FM 1541 Amarillo, Tx
Additional Contest Information, below you will find the Horsemanship pattern you will be expected to perform:
- Question and Answer Session (Judged by Arena Judges)
- Horsemanship patterns: Queen Pattern Jr. Queen Pattern
Click the link below to see some examples of Queen/Jr. Queen attire from our past RCSP royalty: Click Here!
Congratulations to our 2109 Queen Kendall Stephanow and Jr. Queen Samantha Wilhelm
2019 Queen Kendall Stephanow
Kendall Stephanow, 19 years old is a sophomore at WTAMU studying Equine industries in business. She has been riding since she was four years old and has continued her equine education through the years with lessons, internships, and as a student working under various equine trainers. Kendall enjoys trail riding with her horse and riding endurance, participating in drill team, and RCSP Mounted Search And Rescue. She loves art and making costumes and decorating tack for herself and her horse. Kendall is a delegate in Resident Hall Association and Historian for Herdsmen. She believes that being RCSP Queen gives her a fantastic opportunity to represent the Randall County Sheriffs Posse and serve as a positive ambassador.
2019 Jr. Queen Samantha Wilhelm
Samantha Wilhelm is 14 years old and will be a freshman next year. She has been homeschooled since 2nd grade. She enjoys volunteering at the Amarillo Food Bank and Meals on Wheels for Happy Texas. She has danced ballet 8 years and is currently taking classes from Impact Expressions School of the Arts. Some of her other hobbies are reading, camping, gardening, debating, doing crafty things, and spending time with her family. Samantha has been riding since she was little, and she enjoys competing in the summer playdays and riding in parades. Samantha believes being RCSP royalty means volunteering inside and outside of the club, being a role-model, having tons of horsemanship and sportsmanship, and working hard.