Rodeo Royalty

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2019 MANAWA RODEO QUEEN

SARA HARRMANN

Hello Rodeo Fans!

My name is Sara Harrmann, your 2019 Mid-Western Rodeo Queen. I am 18 years old born and raised in Hortonville. I am a 2018 graduate from New London High School. I currently am attending Black Hawk East College in Galva, Illinois where I am studying Veterinary Technology and Equine science. My hobbies include trail riding, competing at local barrel races with my horse Lexi, showing in 4-H with my pony Sky.

I am ecstatic to once again be representing and promoting the Manawa Lions Club, Mid-Western Rodeo and the sport of rodeo and the 2019 Mid-Western Rodeo Queen. It is truly a dream come true and I am definitely looking forward to what the rest or the year has to bring!

I would like to thank the Ziebell family and the Manawa Lions Club for all of their hard work and dedication to put on an outstanding rodeo year after year. I would also like to thank my family and friends for all of their help, support and words of encouragement getting me this far. Most of all I would also like to thank all of you rodeo fans for making us the greatest show on dirt!

I look forward to meeting and seeing you at the rodeo!

Sara Harrmann
2019 Mid-Western Rodeo Queen

 

 

2019 MANAWA RODEO PRINCESS

TIA KING

Hello all you rodeo fans!

My name is Tia King and I am your 2019 Mid-Western Rodeo Princess. I am 17 years old and a Senior at Seymour Community High School. I am apart of FFA, STEP, Thunder Stage Guild, and Senior class committee. After high school, I will be attending University of Wisconsin- River Falls to major in Exercise and Sports Science. My hobbies include barrel racing, sports photography, and of course going to rodeos!

Ever since I was in diapers, I have been on a horse. With the help of my Grandpa Lonnie Johnson and my Uncle Kevin Johnson, I was able to achieve every little girl’s dream. For the past three years I have been apart of the National Barrel Horse Association. Traveling across the great state of Wisconsin competing against the best in our area, I have managed to qualify three time for the NBHA Youth World Championships in Perry, Georgia.

My grandpa was the main reason I decided to run for the title. As my sisters and I were growing up he would always call us his rodeo queens. In 2015, my middle sister was crowned the Mid-Western Rodeo Queen and then the following year my oldest sister was crowned the Mid-Western Rodeo Princess. Now that I am old enough, I am finally able to add another title to the King Girls’ name.

I would like to thank the Ziebell family along with the Manawa Lions Club who work endlessly to put a great rodeo on year after year! I would also like to thank my grandpa who drives the trailer when need be, my parents for getting me to all the places I need to go to, and of course my sisters for letting me borrow their clothes. But most importantly, I would like to thank you rodeo fans, for making this the greatest show on dirt!

I hope to see you all at the rodeo!

Tia King
2019 Mid-Western Rodeo Princess