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Miss Wine Country Rodeo

2018 Wine Country Rodeo Queen Contestants

Are you the next Miss Wine Country Rodeo? Come on down to compete for the crown and represent the Sonoma County Fair’s PRCA Wine Country Rodeo ~ held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, California


A young lady to promote the Sonoma County Fair and the sport of rodeo in its true light to the general public. She exemplifies a western way of life, with it’s strong morals and values. Miss Wine Country Rodeo is a talented and personable horsewoman with knowledge of the sport of rodeo, the equine industry, and the Sonoma County Fair. She enjoys travel and has a sincere interest in educational experiences that establish a solid foundation for her future!


Any young woman residing in California, that is between the ages of 18—25 years old. Contestants are evaluated on their written application, horsemanship, public speaking, personality and appearance.


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Application Deadline…………………February 16, 2018, no later than 5:00 PM
Contest Date…….........Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Grand Prize……………………...Belt Buckle & $500 cash prize

2017 Miss Wine Country Rodeo Katie Ward-Crummey

Rodeo Queen

As Miss Wine Country Rodeo, she will preside over the Sonoma County Fair Rodeo, Farmer's Day, and other community events.

Katie is also the recipient of a $500 scholarship and commemorative belt buckle.

The Sonoma County Fair, now in its 81st year, opens on Thursday, August 3, 2017. The PRCA Rodeo will be held Saturday, August 5. Farmer's Day, which includes all sorts of rough-and-tumble events, is August 6 in Chris Beck Arena.

“Born to ride the rodeo trail,” that’s how Katie Ward Crummey’s mother describes her now 20-year-old daughter—our newly crowned Miss Wine Country Rodeo 2017.

Katie’s skills in horsemanship and impromptu public speaking earned her the title. She receives a $500 scholarship, a commemorative belt buckle, and the privilege of representing Sonoma County Fair at events statewide. As the Fair’s Rodeo Queen, she’ll preside over the PRCA Rodeo, Farmers Day and other activities at the Sonoma County Fair this summer.

Katie was only two days old when she joined her mother on horseback at the Grand National Rodeo in San Francisco. By the ripe old age of 5 she had already logged 80 hours with the American Quarter Horse Association Ride program.

Growing up in the small town of Acampo in San Joaquin County, Katie quickly grew into an excellent horse woman. She showed at the American Quarter Horse Youth World Show, competed with the Northern California Junior Rodeo Association, and earned many regional horse show and rodeo titles…as well the title of 2015 California Gymkhana Association Reserve State Champion.

Katie loves all disciplines of riding and most recently has been showing cutting horses, freshening up her roping skills, patterning her young barrel horses and showing reining horses.

When she isn’t riding, Katie loves hiking, snowboarding, and welding! Her next goal is to enter the workforce as a medical assistant and eventually a nurse practitioner. She enjoys time with friends and family—preferably while riding horses together and always aims to live life to the fullest!

Katie’s believes: “Good, Better, Best! Never let it rest until your good is better and better is best!” It’s a motto she brings with her as she looks forward to an exciting year as Wine Country Rodeo Queen.

The Sonoma County Fair is honored to have Katie Ward-Crummey represent the Fair and is pleased to present her as 2017 Miss Wine Country Rodeo.

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Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Road - Santa Rosa, CA 95404

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