Montana's First Lady of Rodeo...

Miss Rodeo Montana 2003



    Kristen Gustad

    Kristen Gustad


    In High School, Kristin participated in 4-H, FFA, and received many awards and honors in both, including attending their national conventions. While attending Northwest College she was a Student Senate Representative, Activities Board member, VP of the "Trap and Skeet Club, and a member of the competitive livestock judging team. She was named the 2002 Miss Southeastern Montana Rodeo Queen and is also heading the livestock judging team at BYU-Idaho.

    Kristin enjoys breaking colts, working cattle, and riding in the hills. She also likes livestock judging, horse showing, roping, playing the piano, singing and volunteering her time, and is a 4-H leader in Custer county.

    Kristin plans to get a Doctorate Degree in genetics and wants to continue to be active in local youth organizations such as 4-H and FFA, train competitive quarter horses, and raise a family.


    Angie Muir

    Angie Muir


    is the 21 year old daughter of Gordon and Freida Muir of Geraldine. She is a graduate of Geraldine High School and is a senior at the University of Montana-Western, majoring in Business Administration and Equine Business, Angie served as Miss Great Northern Stampede 2001, is on the UM-Western Rodeo Team competing in barrel racing and breakaway roping, and member of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association. She was a UM-Western Student Senator and Business Manager, is an Ambassador Club member and recipient of the Heisey Foundation Scholarship and Montana Cowboys Association Scholarship.

    Angle enjoys working cows, roping, hunting, water skiing, sewing, and volunteers with 4-H and Special Olympics.

    Angle plans to pursue a Master's Degree in Business Administration and in the future to become a Senator in the Montana Senate and become a director for Special Olympics.


    Brooke Lynn Vosen

    Brooke Lynn Vosen


    is the 22 year old daughter of Mary Lynn Vosen of Fairfield. She is a graduate of Power High School and is working towards a degree in Communications and Business management at Montana State University.

    During college Brooke Lynn was named MSU "Freshman of the Year" - the highest award granted to a freshman. She also earned MSU's community involvement coordinator of the year and was elected by the student body as their 2000 Homecoming Queen. Brooke Lynn served as the 2002 Livingston Roundup Queen and established an annual children's rodeo event.

    She enjoys dancing and yoga, ice skating, mountain hiking, roller blading, textile design, and sewing. She is an active member of Toastmaster's International. In the future, Brooke Lynn plans to study law and work towards a career in the judicial circuit.


    Sarah Wilkins

    Sarah Wilkins

    is the 21-year old daughter of Jim and Jabet Wheeler of Swan Valley and Don Wilkins of St. Charles, Missouri. She graduated valedictorian of her class at Seeley Swan High School and is currently a senior at Montana State University. Sarah will graduate in May with a Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science.

    Sarah served as Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001, is an MSU Ag Ambassador, a member of the Pre-Veterinary Club, is an MSU western equitation instructor, and was Pi Beta Phi Pledge of the Year in 2000.

    Sarah enjoys barrel racing and roping, teaching riding lessons, O-mok-sees, hiking, camping, cooking, reading and dancing. She plans to attend vet school and specialize in equine reproduction and have a practice in Montana.