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2022 Larimer County & PRCA Rodeo Queen


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Hello everyone! My name is Morgan Crouse.  I am 19 years old;  I am the daughter of Jay and Dawn Crouse, and I have an older sister named Valerie.  I was born and raised right here in Fort Collins Colorado!

 

I am currently a sophomore at Front Range Community College studying Surgical Technology.  After graduating I plan on a career in Interventional Radiology, working at one of our local hospitals.

 

I just completed my 11th Larimer County Fair and my final year in the Larimer County 4-H program with the Desperados 4-H Club.  The relationships I have gained through this program are priceless and will last me a lifetime.   The spring of 2021 I started riding my horse “Smart Lil Chilli Pepper”, better known as Pepper.  He is a friendly 16-year-old quarter horse who loves to work cows and run hot laps!  Although I have not been riding him long, we have grown into an incredible team!

 

In my upcoming year, I look forward to traveling across Colorado to represent this great county and our western heritage.  I am excited to meet all of you and to inspire future generations.

 

I am grateful to be the 2022 Larimer County & PRCA Rodeo Queen!

 

Learn more about Morgan Crouse and follow her HERE

 

Miss Rodeo America 2022


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Hailey Frederiksen was crowned Miss Rdeo America 2022 on December 5, 2021 at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. With fanily roots in ranching, Hailey is a first-generation college graduate from Colorado State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences with a minor in Agricultural Business. Following her reign as Miss Rodeo America 2022, she plans to obtain a masters in Agricultural Communications and use her ambition and passion to continue her work as an #agvocate.

 

Prior to being selected as Miss Rodeo America 2022, the 24-year-old daughter of Trevin and Megan Frederiksen, represented the Centennial State as Miss Rodeo Colorado 2020-2021. Hailey enjoys riding horses, barrel racing, breakaway roping, and dancing.

 

During her reign as the official representative of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Hailey will travel around 150,000 miles and appear at nearly 100 rodeo performances. She will also make appearances at schools, civic groups and other special events in order to educate the public and create awareness about the sport of rodeo and promote western culture and way of life by educating the general public on topics including ranching and farming heritage, and the agriculture industry. 

 

Hailey will serve as a spokesperson at a variety of promotional events and model in commercial advertisements for western clothiers, publications, sponsors and other service providers to the western industry. Miss Rodeo America symbolizes the youth of our nation who wish to further promote Agriculturem and the sport of Professional Rodeo, and in doing so, promotes the great western way of life. She is the ideal, agriculturally oriented American young woman, who embodies professionalism, speaks intelligently, and has integrity, good character, knowledge and grace. She consistently models and demonstrated theses characteristics as she travels extensively across our country and at times, to other countries as well.

 

Learn more about Hailey Frederiksen and Miss Rodeo America HERE.

Miss Rodeo Colorado 2022


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Ashley Baller is the 25-year-old daughter of Cheryl Sena and Chris Baller. A proud Colorado native, Ashley grew up in Parker, Colorado where she was an active 4-H member and spent her time showing in all-around and ranch events. In May 2018, she graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in equine science and minors in business administration and Spanish. During her time at CSU, she was a member of the American Quarter Horse Judging Team, Equine Science Steward's and was heavily involved with the CSU Legends of Ranching program.

 

Former Manager of Multilingual Resources and Communication for the American Quarter Horse Association International Department, Ashley assisted with the management of programs that are committed to improving the international AQHA member experience and growing the breed globally. Soon, she hopes to pursue a Master of Business Administration. Ashley is thrilled to represent Colorado's rich western traditions by promoting the Greeley Stampede's 100th year anniversary as the 66th Miss Rodeo Colorado!

 

As the first predominantly Latina Miss Rodeo Colorado, she is eager to exercise her Spanish to create stronger connections among English and Spanish speakers alike. A city-girl turned cowgirl, she can't wait to give back to the equinw and agricultural industries that have fostered her personal and professional growth. Through this platform, she will showcase kindess and faith while passionately promoting and educating others about agriculture and the sport of rodeo. Ashley is excited to serve, inspire and educate people from all walks of life in her community, state and beyond. As a first-generation cowgirl, graduate and bilingual Spanish speaker, she can't wait to inspire youth and to celebrate rodeo and our western heritage with new and seasoned fans and supporters. 

 

Learn more about Ashley Baller and follow her HERE.

ADDITIONAL QUEEN  EVENT INFORMATION BELOW:

-LARIMER COUNTY QUEEN APPLICATION

-HORSEMANSHIP CLINIC INFORMATION HERE

-WESTERN SKIES QUEEN'S BBQ 

Celebrate the 2022 Larimer County Fair & PRCA Rodeo Queen, Morgan Crouse and support the Larimer County Queen's Scholarship Program.

Friday Night - August 5, 2022 (6:30-10:30PM)
The Ranch Events Complex - Outside tent at the MAC Equipment Inc. Indoor Arena
Live Entertainment - Woodies Procell & The Snowy River Band
Live & Silent Auctions

Individual Ticket - $50 (includes BBQ Dinner & Cash Bar)
Reserved Table for Eight - $600 (includes BBQ Dinner, 2 Drink Tickets/Person, Program Recognition)

PURCHASE QUEEN'S BBQ ADMISSION HERE

PARTNERSHIPS

Official Hat Sponsor:

  • Greeley Hat Works

Official Clothing Sponsor:

  • Jax Outdoor Gear

Platinum Partnership:

  • Sathers
  • Rowes Flowers
  • Skillman
  • 287 Ranch Supply
  • Spectra
  • Larimer County
  • The Ranch
  • Bank of Colorado
  • 4Rivers Equipment Supply
  • Shamrock Buildings LLC
  • Les Schwab Tires
  • Night Schotz

Gold Partnership:

  • Poudre Valley REA
  • ANB Bank

Silver Partnership:

  • Loveland Ready Mix Concrete
  • Equine Performance Specialists at Circle Back Farm - Dr. Kerri Belsito
  • Barnyard Vet and Pet Supply
  • Detailed Landscape