Cleveland Livestock Show Announces Eight Rodeo Queen Candidates

The 2022 CLSDD Rodeo Queen Candidates are (back row, left to right) Hana Lindsey, Grace Williams, Autumn Clay, Annabell Lindsey, Maddison Keller and Reva Mosely; (front row) Kenzie “Suzanne” Lowe, Queen Reigning Marlee Brooks and Sarah Bush.

Eight young women are vying to be Miss Rodeo Cleveland Livestock Show this year. The competition will take place on April 16, 2022 at the J Bar Ranch and Arena in Tarkington. Young girls will be graded on interview skills, prepared speech, impromptu speech, knowledge of rodeo, knowledge of horses, timeliness, photogenic ability and appearance.

The crowning of Miss Rodeo Cleveland Livestock Show will take place on Saturday, April 23, as part of the Cleveland Livestock Show and Dairy Day rodeo events at the Stancil Exposition Center in Cleveland. Reigning Rodeo Queen Marlee Brooks of Cleveland will participate in the title presentation and crowning of the new Rodeo Queen.

The public is invited to attend the contest events on April 16 after 1 p.m. J Bar Ranch and Rodeo Arena, owned by Susan and Jimmy Rollins, graciously permitted the CLSDD to use the facilities for the contest.

“Thank you to Ms. Susan Rollins for all the time and knowledge you give to the contestants. We appreciate your support and the use of such wonderful facilities for this competition,” said Chelene Barrett, who organizes the competition. of this year.

The eight young women vying for the 2022 title are Annabell Lindsey, Autumn Clay, Grace Williams, Hana Lindsey, Kenzie “Suzanne” Lowe, Maddison Keller, Reva Mosely and Sara Bush.

Annabell Lindsey, 14, is a student at Tarkington Middle School and is the daughter of James and Dana Lindsey. She is an FFA and 4-H officer, a member of Tarkington’s 4-H cattle judging team, and was reserve speed judging champion and grand champion in the junior decorated cake competitions at Trinity Valley Exposition.

Autumn Clay, 18, attends Hardin High School and is the daughter of Jacob and Mickie Clay. Clay is a member of the Hardin FFA, a member of the FFA judging team, a participant in the HLSR Calf Scramble, and a member of the Cleveland Sanctuary Youth Squad. She has many ribbons and certificates through jackpots and lamb, steer and home economics competitions.

Grace Williams, 19, attends Emerson Homeschool Academy and is the daughter of Christian and Justin Vanlangendonck and Chris and Lisa Williams. It shows market and breeding pigs under Hardin 4-H. She won Middleweight Market Hog Grand Champion at TVE, Reserve Breeding Gilt Grand Champion and Senior Showmanship Grand Champion at CLSDD, and took fifth place in Breeding Gilt. Livestock at the San Antonio Livestock Show.

Hana Lindsey, 18, is the daughter of James and Dana Lindsey and attends Tarkington High School. She is a member of Tarkington FFA, president of the Tarkington 4-H Club, participates in the 4-H cattle judging team and is a top speed judging champion at TVE.

Kenzie “Suzanne” Lowe, 19, attends Hardin High School and is the daughter of Kathy Key and Kevin Lowe. She is a member of the student council and the co-op program, and is a flag bearer. She wins awards for her outstanding grades and has excellent involvement in the FFA.

Maddison Keller, 14, attends Tarkington Middle School and is the daughter of Kellie Reed and Karl Keller. She is a member of Tarkington FFA and 4-H, and is involved in judging cattle and showing pigs and goats.

Reva Mosely, 16, is the daughter of Timmy Fryar and granddaughter of Rhonda Fryar and attends Tarkington High School. She is a member of Tarkington FFA and serves as a chapter and district FFA officer. Mosely is also a counselor at Pegasus Ranch Summer Youth Camp.

Sarah Bush attends Abeka Academy and is the 13-year-old daughter of Stephen and Pamela Bush. Bush is a member of the Trinity Trailblazers 4-H, president of Tarkington 4-H and secretary of the 4-H Saddle Club. It also shows lambs and pigs.

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