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2018 Reno Rodeo Queen

Date: June 08 - June 09, 2017
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Sarah Rogers

Sarah Rogers is the 18 year old daughter of John & Katherine Rogers and Jennifer Miller. She has been involved in rodeo since the age of 14. During her high school rodeo career, Sarah was the Nevada State High School Rodeo Queen 2013-2014. Sarah spent several years living and working on the 1.8 million acre C-Punch ranch. The day to day activities of that life; livestock care, farming, and horse training lead her to a future goal of serving her country as an Animal Care Specialist in the US Army. Sarah looks forward to being involved with the Reno Rodeo as a way to share her love of rodeo while being a mentor and inspiration to the young people she meets. The blessings she feels to have lived this life and to have the overwhelming support of family and friends keeps her motivated to not only improve herself but encourage those she comes in contact with.
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Shenia Lynn Martin

Born and raised in Reno, Nevada, Shenia Lynn Martin is the 21 year old daughter of Monty and Tammy. Shenia is a sophomore at Truckee Meadows Community College. She is completing coursework which will help fulfill a lifelong goal of starting a Therapeutic Equine Facility. Shenia aspires to offer children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities an outlet for communication and self-expression through equine therapy. She would like to specialize with those who have Down Syndrome and Autism. Along with running a therapeutic equine facility, Shenia plans on working her way up to someday managing her family’s construction business.

Shenia and her family have always loved being active outdoors. She started riding at the age of 5 and has always felt a deep connection with her animals. Shenia began riding English, and joined 4-H. She then fell in love with cutting and have continued to grow and compete in the cutting world. For the past 2 years, Shenia earned a coveted position on the Reno Rodeo Flag team.

In her free time, Shenia rides her horses, works with her dad on her Grandpa’s ’71 Chevy pick-up, and enjoys the outdoors. She especially loves to hike and camp as much as she can.

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Jennifer Fisk

At the young age of 5, Jennifer knew she wanted to be a veterinarian and has since done everything possible to fulfill that dream. She is entering her senior year at the University of Nevada, Reno working toward her degree in Veterinary Science. Jennifer was a 4-H member for eight years and joined FFA upon entering high school, becoming actively involved in the organization showing cattle and holding multiple officer positions at the chapter, sectional, and regional levels. She competed on judging teams and in public speaking competitions, and continues to teach Greenhand Leadership Conferences to promote agricultural education in high schools around the Northern California and Northern Nevada regions. She is in the Range Club and Rodeo Club at the University, and loves to volunteer in her community to continuously meet new people around her.

Jennifer is 20 years old and loves watching the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and NASCAR with her family. You can also find her horseback riding, camping, traveling, or hiking while exploring the great outdoors of Nevada.

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Kaely Juzek

Kaely Juzek is a fourth generation Nevadan, who was raised in Reno with her two older brothers, Bryce and Hayden. Growing up, she was involved in 4-H, where she held several officer positions. Kaely was on the Reno Rodeo Flag Team for five years, and Reno Rodeo Drill Team for two years with her horses Maggie and Rainy. She works full time as an ophthalmic technician as she continues her education at Truckee Meadows Community College pursuing a business degree.

Kaely started her own business, Destiny Equine, when she was nineteen years old. She specializes in Equine Electro-Acuscope and Myopulse Therapy and Equine Shiatsu Massage Therapy. Kaely’s goal is to open a full equine rehabilitation center in Reno. She wants to help equine athletes be able to compete at their top level of performances. Next year Kaely will be pursuing her professional career as a WPRA barrel racer on her horse Yankee. Kaely enjoys training her three horses, spending time with her family, and hiking with her dogs.

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