Miss Teen Rodeo Montana 2006
Miss Teen Rodeo Montana 2006
Style Show, Photogenics, Speech, Horsemanship, Personality, Appearance, Projection and Presentation
from Missoula, is the 17 year old daughter of Jeff and Lynne Sholty. Audrey is a student at Missoula Big Sky High School and has received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, the Missoula Rotary Club English Award, and the Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Math Contest Superior Award, as well as being on the 2004 and 2005 High Honor Roll. Audrey is active with the Montana Quarter Horse Youth Association and the American Quarter Horse Youth Association. She has held the title of Little Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001 and Miss Rodeo Western Montana Princess in 2003. Audrey plans to attend the University of Montana and major in Pre-Med and then attend the University of Washington Medical School specializing in Podiatry. She would like to open her own practice in Montana and stay involved in the horse community.
Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: Miss Teen Rodeo Montana has the opportunity to serve as an ambassador for the great sport of rodeo, its people, and our western heritage. As the professional sport of rodeo is gaining in popularity, it is important for Miss Teen Rodeo Montana to familiarize fans with rodeo. Miss Teen Rodeo Montana should aspire to bring new faces to the crowd. Another important role for Miss Teen Rodeo Montana is to be a role model to younger people demonstrating good horsemanship and rodeo knowledge as well as poise, composure, and strength of character.
1st Runner Up
from Columbia Falls, is the 15 year old daughter of Fred Patton and Carol Moran-Patton. Kari attends Columbia Falls High School and is active with High School Rodeo, O-Mok-See, and singing. She served as the 2005 Northwest Montana Little Miss Pro Rodeo Queen and has sung the National Anthems for Canada and America at numerous rodeos. Kari plans to earn a rodeo scholarship and would like to attend veterinary school or equine chiropractic or massage school. She would also like to make it to the NFR in barrel racing and team roping. Kari hopes to eventually become Miss Rodeo Montana and Miss Rodeo America.
Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: I want to become Miss Teen Rodeo Montana because it would be such an honor to represent rodeo at a state and professional level. I am truly a rodeo girl. I’ve been out there at high school rodeos in the mud, rain and bitter cold weather. I’ve been out there when it is 100 degrees trying to push my horse just a little faster than the last time or trying to turn my steer just a little quicker. I have been around rodeo my whole life and when I say whole life I mean it. My mom and dad were team ropers and my dad was a calf roper. My grandpa was a pro bronc rider, roper, and a horse breaker. He even rode in the Wolf Point Stampede. Rodeo has been in my family for generations and I think because of that I am blessed with the knowledge and ability to really show people how wonderful America’s original sport is. I think with that attitude and my experiences that I would be a great representative for rodeo nationwide.