• • •   2019 Rodeo Queen   • • •

  Saturday, June 15
  10:00 am
  Duchesne County Centennial Event Center
 

Congratulations to the 2019 Duchesne County Rodeo Queen & Princess Royalty!

Queen • Kali Fabrizio
1st Attendant • Kaylee Bristol
2nd Attendant • Madison Rowley
Miss Congeniality • Kaylee Bristol

Princess • Sicily Fabrizio
1st Attendant • Addison McMullin
2nd Attendant • Joy Gines
Miss Congeniality • Shaylee Ivie

 

 

There are two divisions: 1) The Princess Division is age 8-14, and the Queen Division is age 15-24. See details below.

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Click the button below for the application and information regarding the Duchesne County Rodeo Queen contest.

County Rodeo Princess contest application & information is HERE.


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Duchesne County Waiver, Indemnity, and Release of Liability Agreement


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Rules and Regulations

Princess: Contestants must be between the ages of 8 and 14 as of the day of the contest. They must be a resident of Duchesne County or enrolled in a Duchesne County School.
They cannot be a previous Duchesne County Princess.
Princess may not hold any other Princess or Royalty titles.
If any royalty should marry or become pregnant or not fulfill her duties and responsibilities during her reign, she will forfeit her crown and all prizes won during the pageant. The title and all prizes will go to the next runner-up.
During your reign you should constantly be aware of the value of public relations between the general public and those actively involved in rodeo.

Queen: Contestants must be between the ages of 15 and 24 as of the day of the contest. They shall never have been married or pregnant. Contestant must be a resident of Duchesne County, or registered in a Duchesne County school.
They cannot be a previous Duchesne County Queen.
Queen may not hold any other Queen or Royalty titles.
If any royalty should marry or become pregnant or not fulfill her duties and responsibilities during her reign, she will forfeit her crown and all prizes won during the pageant. The title and all prizes will go to the next runner-up.
During your reign you should constantly be aware of the value of public relations between the general public and those actively involved in rodeo.


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