During the height of rodeo queen titles the age eligibility is between 18 and 25-years-old. These young ladies are often attending college or university alumni with accomplished degreess.
Often times the general public meets a rodeo queen while attending a hometown rodeo, festival or community event. Rodeo queens are the goodwill ambassadors for their respective title, local rodeo or association. The rodeo queen worldinvolves many titles with annual pageants held on the local, regional, state and finally national level.
Young ladies compete by showcasing their horsemanship skills, speaking ability, pose, personality, knowledge of the sport of rodeo, appearance and current events by a panel of judges.
Brittney Truman is a born and raised Arizona native who now resides in the town of Marana. A rodeo family raised Brittney in Scottsdale, Arizona. In fact, both of Brittney’s parents are former professional ropers. Brittney grew up competing inLittle Britches Rodeo and High School Rodeo.
She still enjoys competing in barrel racing and roping with her father and uncles. She has formerly held the title of her hometown rodeo as Miss Parada del Sol Rodeo. Brittney later moved on to hold the title as Miss Turquoise Circuit 2012, the rodeo representative for the states of Arizona and New Mexico combined.
Brittney Truman was and still is highly active in the(CHF) Cowgirls Historical Foundation.
The lovely ladies of Cowgirls Historical Foundation are saddled up for service as they try to increase public awareness, appreciation, and preservation of America’s western heritage and equestrian lifestyle. Brittney Truman will hold her crown till the Prescott Rodeo in June of 2014.