Royalty reigns over Range Call

Range Call Rodeo 2014 Queen Cheyenne Steele, First Princess Emily Amick, Second Princess Jazzmyn Wakefield.

Range Call Rodeo 2014 Queen Cheyenne Steele, First Princess Emily Amick, Second Princess Jazzmyn Wakefield.

RBC I The Range Call Rodeo Royalty Court for 2014 is Queen Cheyenne Steele-Mackay, 17, of Rangely. She is the daughter of Bryan and Janet Mackay.

Along with her passion for horses and the rodeo, Cheyenne also keeps busy with her 4-H projects. She loves her lambs, but has also worked with 4-H steers and pigs. She has been in livestock judging and loves being a part of the FFA.
On her downtime, Cheyenne plays soccer, works on the farm and rides her horse every chance she gets.
Cheyenne is planning on majoring in agriculture when she goes to college. She is extremely grateful that Grandpa Ben and Grandma Erma were able to give her this opportunity in life, and she misses them greatly.
Range Call Rodeo First Princess is Emily Amick, 10, of Meeker. The daughter of James and Katie Amick, Emily is very excited this year to be able to represent the Range Call Rodeo as she has wanted to be in the royalty court since she could walk.
This year, she was finally old enough to try out. Emily is involved in her 4-H projects with lambs, pig, and sewing. When Emily is not busy with her royalty obligations or 4-H, she enjoys her time helping out on the ranch and riding her horse every chance she gets.
Range Call Rodeo Second Princess is Jazzmyn Wakefield, 13, of Meeker, the daughter of Karolyn Wakefield.
This has been an exciting year for Jazzmyn. She was given the opportunity to try something new, and explore her love for horses more than just on the ranch.
She will be a freshman at Meeker High School this fall, and plans on joining the Future Farmers of America to learn more about agriculture.
In Jazzmyn’s spare time, she helps on the ranch, rides her horse when she gets the chance and keeps in contact with her friends.
She would like to thank her great-grandparents Karl and Nancy Cox for helping her discover her love for the way of life on a ranch, and she misses them dearly.

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