Montana's First Lady of Rodeo...

Miss Rodeo Montana 2004

Contestants

  • CONTESTANT 1

    Sarah Wilkins

    Sarah Wilkins

    Miss Rodeo Montana 2004

    Horsemanship, Personality, Appearance Projection and Presentation

    is the 22 year old daughter of Jim and Jabet Wheeler of Condon. She graduated Valedictorian of her class at Seeley-Swan High School and is a graduate of Montana State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science/Pre-Vet.

    Sarah served as Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001 and was Top-5 MSU Ag Ambassador 2002 and 2003. She was the recipient of numerous university and college of agriculture scholarships and was 2003 alternate for admission to vet school at Washington State and Colorado State. She served as Secretary for the Pre-Vet Club at MSU in 2001 and 2003 and was Pi Beta Phi Sorority Pledge of the Year in 2000. She has taught western equitation classes at the Montana School of Agriculture. This past summer she has been employed at Crazy Mountain Ranch as a wrangler.

  • CONTESTANT 2

    Brooke Lynn Vosen

    Brooke Lynn Vosen

    1st Runner Up

    Photogenics

    is the 23 year old daughter of Mary Lynn Vosen of Fairfield. She is a graduate of Power High School and is currently a senior at Montana State University majoring in Political Science.

    In High School she participated in foreign exchange, developed a community outreach program, and served on the MT State Fair Advisory Council. She was selected as MSU's Freshman of the Year, the highest award given to a Freshman. She also received the 2000 Community Involvement Coordinator of the Year for MSU, and was the 2000 Homecoming Queen. Brooke Lynn served as Miss Livingston Roundup in 2002 and was very involved with marketing and children's events for the rodeo. At the 2003 Miss Rodeo Montana Pageant, Brooke Lynn received the Personality Award.

  • CONTESTANT 3

    Callie Freeman

    Callie Freeman

    2nd Runner Up

    Speech

    is the 21 year old daughter of Jeff and Maria Freeman of Clinton. She is a graduate of Hellgate High School and is currently a Junior at the University of Montana-Western.

    In High School, Callie was selected for Girl's State, was the Yearbook editor, and active in the journalism club and 4-H. Currently she is an active member of Toastmaster's International, Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, International Horse Show Association, 2003 UM-Western Rodeo Team, and for the UM-Western Equestrian Team she was the 2003 High Point Rider competing in western and English divisions. She served as Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001 and Miss Dillon Jaycee Rodeo in 2003. She is on the Dean's List and is a Dennis Washington Scholarship recipient.

  • CONTESTANT 4

    Amber Ishler

    Amber Ishler

    Congeniality

    In High School, Callie was selected for Girl's State, was the Yearbook editor, and active in the journalism club and 4-H. Currently she is an active member of Toastmaster's International, Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, International Horse Show Association, 2003 UM-Western Rodeo Team, and for the UM-Western Equestrian Team she was the 2003 High Point Rider competing in western and English divisions. She served as Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001 and Miss Dillon Jaycee Rodeo in 2003. She is on the Dean's List and is a Dennis Washington Scholarship recipient.

    In high school, Amber was active in Volleyball, receiving Most Inspirational Player awards for 3 consecutive years, MVP her senior year, and all conference basketball and volleyball. She was active in 4H, winning second place honors at state with her steer in the carcass division in 2000. She was a Girls State Delegate, Prom Queen, and Homecoming Queen. In 1998 she was the Mineral County Rodeo Queen, and was 2002-2003 Miss Rodeo Western Montana.

  • CONTESTANT 5

    Angie Muir

    Angie Muir

    is the 22 year old daughter of Gordon and Freida Muir of Geraldine. She is a graduate of Geraldine High School and is a graduate of UM-Western with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and an Associates of Science in Equine Management.

    Angie graduated with honors from High School, participating in Girls State, active in Cheerleading and Volleyball. She graduated cum laude from UM-Western, and was a recipient of the Heisey Foundation Scholarship, the Montana Cowboys Association Scholarship, and the Cumerly-Bander Student Senate Scholarship. She held the title of Miss Home of Champions Rodeo 2003, Miss Great Northern Stampede 2002, and was 1st runner-up to Miss Rodeo Montana 2003, winning the photogenics division. She is currently employed at Montana Silversmiths as the Trophy Award Specialist, and was the model on the cover of their Reflexions catalog.

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