Six Stylin’ And Profilin’ Looks From Miss Rodeo Texas


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“A Texas tradition of almost five decades, the selection of Miss Rodeo Texas is based on a horsemanship, appearance, and personality competition with other finalists from across the great state of Texas. Since the inception of the Miss Rodeo Texas Pageant, Miss Rodeo Texas has served as a vibrant, colorful Goodwill Ambassador of Rodeo, the Official Sport of Texas, working closely with professional rodeos and rodeo associations to keep our western heritage and the western industry alive and flourishing in today’s society.

“During her reign, Miss Rodeo Texas will travel all over the state encouraging Texas youth to remember the impact that our rich western heritage has had on the development of our state, and to educate everyone about the contributions of Texas agriculture in our everyday lives.”

Don’t you just love a gorgeous rodeo queen in white?

How about that color pop?

This lovely lady is the Miss Rodeo Texas Teen. Look at her blazer! Talk about beautiful.

What’s the saying? “Her hat is her crown.” It’s oh so true!

Strut girl. The color from the earrings helps balance out this ensemble.

You’ve always got to have a go-to patriotic outfit.

Which of the above looks is your favorite?

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