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2019 Miss Rodeo Kern County

 

August 3, 2019

Samantha Turner – Miss Rodeo Kern County Queen

Hello rodeo fans!! Samantha Turner is the 24-year-old daughter of Cindy and Carl Turner. She lives in Waterford with her three loving dogs, Dixie, Brutus and Buster. Samantha is currently going to school to become an agricultural teacher. She plans to transfer to Fresno State to get her teaching credentials. Samantha has been riding horses her entire life; she enjoys team penning, sorting, drill team and rodeoing. When she isn't in the arena competing she enjoys walking with her dogs, bike riding and driving in demolition derbies. Samantha is very honored to be the 2019 Miss Rodeo Kern County Queen. She looks forward to traveling this year with her court and making memories all year with them as well as the Kern County Sheriff's Posse.

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Samantha Francom – Miss Rodeo Kern County Jr. Queen

Since I was a little girl, I had always dreamt of riding horses. Six years ago, that dream became a reality, when my parents bought me horseback riding lessons as a Christmas present. I am 17 years old now and thoroughly enjoy each day I am able to spend with my horses.  I currently study online through Frontier High School where I will be a Senior this next school year.  Since becoming involved with horses, I have experienced how interconnected and varied the western way of life can be whether with agriculture, raising livestock, music, or in rodeo events.  Rodeo is a key part of sustaining our heritage. I am looking forward to the opportunity I have to help represent Kern County, Kern County Sheriff's Mounted Posse and the Tehachapi Mountain Rodeo Association this year as Miss Rodeo Kern County Junior Queen.  I am grateful for my parents and family that have always supported me through all my endeavors. 

 
 

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