RODEO ROYALTY

The War Bonnet Round Up Royalty organization exists for the purpose of selecting young ladies to serve as official spokespersons for the War Bonnet Round Up, professional rodeo, and providing educational opportunities for those young women who wish to pursue becoming an Ambassador for the sport of rodeo and our Western Heritage.

Our War Bonnet Round Up Royalty travel some 100,000 miles during their reign, appearing at multiple rodeo performances, as well as appearances at schools, civic groups, and other special events, educating the public and creating awareness about the sport of rodeo, its sponsors, and its opportunities.

Talented, beautiful, and well-spoken, our War Bonnet Round Up Royalty are the ideal ambassadors to represent and promote America’s Original Professional Sport – rodeo – serving as spokespersons for the War Bonnet Round Up which is affiliated with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. They also take on the role of model and spokesperson in a variety of promotional events and commercial advertisements for western clothiers, publications, sponsors and other service providers to the western industry.

We encourage you to come out and meet our War Bonnet Round Up Royalty when they make an appearance at a rodeo or event near you and join our War Bonnet Round Up Royalty in supporting the great western rodeo tradition.

All inquiries can be sent to: warbonnetrounduproyalty@gmail.com

Allie Ward

Miss War Bonnet Round Up
Pocatello, Idaho

Allie Marie Ward is the 20-year-old daughter of Kenny and Teri Hill of Pocatello, Idaho. She is so excited to return and serve as your Miss War Bonnet Round Up 2018. She began competing in rodeo at the age of 2 and has since enjoyed being a participant, spectator, and ambassador. She looks forward to promoting our rodeo and the western way of life throughout this next year. Also, watch for her to be competing for the title of Miss Rodeo Idaho in July of 2018.

Outside of the rodeo world, Allie is a full-time student at Idaho State University; in the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Pre-Medicine, with the intent of one day attending medical school. She also works as a CNA at Portneuf Medical Center and Monte Vista Hills and volunteers in assistant teaching the EMT program at the 1st Responder Academy of School District 25.

She would like to thank her family, friends, sponsors, and board for making this last year possible; she cannot wait to continue to promote the western way of life while encouraging everyone to live their dreams!

Jenni Nelson

War Bonnet Round Up Teen Queen
Arimo, Idaho

Jenni Kait Nelson is the 18-year-old daughter of Justin and Tammy Nelson of Hyde Park, Utah, and Jason and Patti Farr of Arimo, Idaho.

In high school rodeo, she competed in barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying and the queen contest. While competing with the high school team she qualified to go to the Idaho State High School Finals where she finished 1st runner-up to the state queen and missed going to state by just a few points. Jenni Kait is active in training barrel racing and reining horses. She is also a flag girl for the RMPRA Winter Series Rodeo in Tremonton, Utah as well as the Gem State Classic Pro Rodeo in Blackfoot, Idaho.

She plans to attend school in the near future to become an esthetician and work doing eyelashes and microblading eyebrows. She is currently employed as an inventory control specialist at Sportsman’s Warehouse.

She would like to thank everyone who has pushed her to be the best that she can be. To those who believed in her and wanted her to succeed.

Ada Poulter

War Bonnet Round Up Princess
Garland, Utah

Ada Poulter is the 14- year old daughter of Kristina Sorenson and Shane Poulter.

She is a Freshman at Bear River High School. Ada participates in reining cow horse, breakaway, and pole bending. She is a member of student council, the FFA horse judging team, and Honor Roll. She enjoys being in the arena, showing her steer, volunteering with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, and representing FFA.

Ada would like to attend college to be an Equine Chiropractic Veterinarian.

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