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2019 MRC Pageant Contestants
Meet our Miss Rodeo California 2019 contestants!
Callie Bassett – Miss Rodeo Woodlake
Representing the Woodlake Lions Rodeo, a Mother’s Day tradition for over a halfcentury, Callie Bassett is the 21-year-old daughter of Alan and Deanna Bassett. Callie is currently a sophomore at Santa Monica College where she is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering. She plans on transferring to Texas A&M University next year. With these degrees, Callie aspires to address problems facing the agriculture industry in the areas of irrigation and sustainable agriculture practices. During her years at College of the Sequoias, she was an avid member of the women’s equestrian team where she traveled to New York and competed at the National Collegiate Horse Show Association semi-finals. When she is not rigorously involved in her studies, she raises and shows beef cattle throughout California. When not on a horse or working cattle, Callie enjoys her free time exploring California’s beaches and mountains, playing piano, and reading educational books. Callie believes that the Miss Rodeo California Title truly exemplifies the true meaning of a cowgirl: confidence, intelligence, and determination.
Chelsea Estes – Miss Rodeo Norco
Representing Horse-Town USA also known as Norco California, Chelsea Estes is a 23-year-old college student. Ensuring her motto “The sky is the limit.” Chelsea is fulfilling her goals not only in the riding arena by challenging herself in her new riding discipline reining, but also achieving her educational goals as well. Currently Chelsea is attending Norco College where she plans on obtaining her degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Child Development, leading to her career goal of becoming a crime scene investigator. Being able to represent her hometown, community, and favorite sport has truly been a dream come true for Chelsea. Traveling the beautiful state of California educating Rodeo fans new and old is a true passion of hers. Chelsea would like to thank the Norco Mounted Posse, friends, family, and most importantly the lord above for supporting her dreams.
Sydney Frank – 2018 Miss Grand National Rodeo Queen
Representing the Grand National Rodeo held in the historic Cow Palace, Sydney Frank is 22 years old and lives in Sonoma County. Sydney is currently a senior at Sonoma State University where she will be completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting come fall of 2019. Sydney plans to work towards becoming a CPA and then pursuing a business law degree. Sydney is honored to be able to represent her home town rodeo and dream title while pursuing her dreams to be the 2019 Miss Rodeo California.
Kerri Olobri – Miss Rodeo Southern California Fair
From the little city of Woodcrest, Kerri is 24 years old and a senior at California Baptist University. After graduating with her bachelor’s in liberal arts, she plans on completing her credentialing program and achieving her dream of becoming a kindergarten teacher. Kerri is passionate about agriculture and the western heritage we hold so dearly and hopes to incorporate those same values into her classroom. She is also an active member of Kappa Kappa Iota, a professional teaching organization, as well as a leader in her local 4-H club. Kerri hopes to take her knowledge of rodeo and her passion for education to inspire young rodeo fans that they will be truly happy when they are truly themselves. When she’s not busy with school work, Kerri enjoys riding her AQHA gelding, Hank, playing Johnny Cash songs on her ukulele, and crocheting with her grandma.
McKensey Middleton – Miss Rodeo Oakdale
Lucky number four of five children, McKensey Middleton is here representing the Cowboy Capital of the World. Raised in the small gold mining community of Hathaway Pines in Calaveras County, McKensey grew up with a love for horses. This love is what her to find her passion for the sport of rodeo. Currently attending Modesto Junior College, she plans to transfer to obtain her Biology degree and then enter UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. After an amazing year as Miss Rodeo Oakdale, she is excited for the opportunity to run for Miss Rodeo California 2019. California or Bust!
Jacquelynn Scarry – Miss Rodeo Redding
Representing the farthest Northern PRCA rodeo in California, Jackie Scarry is the 21 year old daughter of Joe and Janet Scarry. Jackie is currently attending Shasta College and will be transferring to Chico State University majoring in Administration of Justice with a minor in Photojournalism. Upon graduating she plans to return to Shasta County to better the streets of her hometown community. It is her passion for her community and love for meeting new people that pushes and drives her to run for Miss Rodeo California.
Ashley Singh – Miss Santa Maria Elks
Ashley is nineteen years old and was born and raised in the Santa Maria Valley. Ashley currently works two jobs, as well as training horses for clients, is attending a local college, and cares for her three horses. Horses have always been a huge passion for Ashley starting at the young age of 5. Ashley plans to become a Horse Chiropractor in the near future. In 2016 Ashley ran for the title of Santa Maria Elks Rodeo Queen and won by raising over $154,000 in just 6 weeks. Then in 2018, Ashley ran for her second title winning Miss Santa Maria Elks Rodeo Queen.
Madison Wagner – Miss Valley Center Stampede Rodeo
Born in the small equestrian town of Valley Center, California, Madison Wagner rode horses before she could walk. At 19-years-old, she enjoys baking, quilting, camping, roping, team sorting, horseback-mounted archery, and embroidery. Madison is an equine veterinary assistant and gentles mustangs through the BLM Trainer Incentive Program. Next fall, she will transfer to California State University, San Marcos to complete a chemistry degree, preparing her to develop pharmaceuticals to treat mental illness. Madison proudly holds the Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Queen title, and strives to become Miss Rodeo America. Competing for Miss Rodeo California is an outstanding privilege and honor.