Attention all Cowgirls! Contestants Wanted!
Do you want to participate in this years 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 servants heart, and try your best to always learn and improve!
Jr. Queen 10-14
Please read the information below carefully!
*Competitors must be a member to participate!
- To compete in 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: Postmarked by April 21st , 2017
Contest will be held on April 29th, 2017
Queen Competition will start promptly at 10:00 am at the Arena of Life Cowboy Church 8827 S FM 1541, Amarillo, TX 79118
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:
Congratulation to the 2016 Queen and Jr. Queen Rylee Harris and Riley McClendon!
2016 Queen Rylee Harris
Rylee Harris is 18yrs old, she is a graduate of Canyon Highschool. While in highschool she enjoyed showing horses in 4H horse shows. Rylee participated in Canyon FFA, was an active member of Randall County 4H, and was also a member on the Bar None Drill team. Rylee has had several accomplishments over the years, she was Range Riders Princess in 2009, RCSP Jr. Queen in 2011, 2013 4H Western Pleasure class champion, and was awarded a Livestock judging scholarship to Frank Phillips in Borger Tx, where she is now attending college. At Frank Phillips, Rylee is studying to be an Agriculture teacher. When she is not representing the club as our 2016 Queen she is competing on the Frank Phillips Horse Judging team!
2016 Jr. Queen Riley McClendon
Riley McClendon is 12yrs old, she attends school at Westover Park middle school. Riley is on the A-B honor roll in school and has won numerous ribbons and trophies showing her horses! When she is not showing in 4H or participating in RCSP Playday events, Riley enjoys playing on her school Volleyball team! Riley strives to finish middle school and then Graduate Highschool so she can attend college and get a degree in Occupational Therapy!