Kaely Juzek is a fourth generation Nevadan, born and raised in Reno, Nevada. As a child, she was involved in 4-H, and held several officer positions. She was also active on the Reno Rodeo Flag Team for five years, as well as three years on the Reno Rodeo Drill Team with her horse Maggie. Her last year on the drill team, they won their division at the Reno Rodeo Drill Team Competition. In 2013, Kaely graduated from Robert McQueen High School. Upon graduating, she attained certification from Equine Massage School in Big Sur, California. Dixon California was the next stop on the map to complete her training through Animal Therapy Systems. She works full time as an Optometric Technician as she continues her education at Equinology. She is studying body work along with anatomy, biomechanics, lameness, stretching, nutrition, and myofascial release.
Throughout her education and training, Kaely started her own business, Destiny Equine, at just nineteen. She specializes in Equine Electro-Acuscope, and Myopulse Therapy, as well as Equine Shiatsu Massage Therapy. Kaely's long-term goal is to open a full equine rehabilitation center in Reno. She wants to help equine athletes be able to compete at their top performance level. Kaely enjoys training her three horses, spending time with her family, hiking with her dogs, and of course, barrel racing! For Kaely, it would be an incredible honor representing the best rodeo in the world as Miss Reno Rodeo. This is a tradition Reno natives hold near and dear to their hearts, as the Reno Rodeo family spreads wide throughout the community. Growing up with this extended family has made Kaely into the woman she is today. Being the ambassador for the 100th year of the Reno Rodeo as Miss Reno Rodeo 2019 would be a privilege and an honor.