Growing up on a horse farm in northwest Oklahoma, Elise knows what hard
work is all about. This 16 year old from Enid, Oklahoma reigns as Miss
Rodeo Oklahoma Teen 2014. She earned the title July 27, 2013 at the
conclusion of the three day pageant held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at
the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in conjunction with the
National Day of the American Cowboy, garnering the Speech, Personality,
Appearance, Horsemanship and Written Test awards. “Being Miss Rodeo
Oklahoma Teen 2014 is such an honor, because I am able to represent a
sport that honors God, gives you a history lesson and celebrates our
freedom all in one arena," she commented. Elise will travel, during her
year, representing the sport of Professional Rodeo and the State of
“As an ambassador for the sport of Professional Rodeo I have the
opportunity to not only educate people on rodeo itself, but also the
western way of life and hopefully turn a rodeo spectator into a true
fan,” says Elise. She looks forward to a busy year and the opportunity
to meet new people; young and young at heart.
Currently, a student at Oklahoma Bible Academy, Wade is active in the
American Quarter Horse Youth Association, United States Equestrian
Federation and enjoys the opportunities that rodeo has to offer. Whether
in the hallway or alleyway, she is determined to capture every moment as
Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen 2014.
The mission of the Oklahoma Rodeo Pageants Council, Inc. is to provide opportunities for the young women of Oklahoma to maximize their educational potential while promoting the state of Oklahoma through the sport of Rodeo.
The Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Scholarship Pageant is sponsored by the Oklahoma Rodeo Pageants Council, Inc. The pageant selects Oklahoma’s representative to the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held each year in Las Vegas as part of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
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