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About Miss Rodeo Lakeside

To Contact Scheduling Coordinator, Sydney Morehouse:

Telephone: 619-396-1880
Email: lakesiderodeoqueens@gmail.com

About Miss Rodeo Lakeside

Each year, young women between the ages of 14 to 17 and 18 to 25 come from all over the county to compete for the coveted title of Miss Rodeo Lakeside or Jr Miss Rodeo Lakeside. The pageant attracts women interested in supporting the sport of rodeo and representing the Annual Lakeside Rodeo, held in April. Not only do these women have to be knowledgeable in rodeo and current events, they have to be able to ride a horse extremely well. (See Pageant Prep Schedule Below)

Miss Rodeo Lakeside knows what it takes to successfully carry the rodeo queen title. She travels to rodeos, schools, parades and special events promoting rodeo and family values, and is thought of as a role model to children throughout the county. She also promotes the goals of the El Capitan Stadium Association (ECSA), the non profit host of the Lakeside Rodeo. which donates over $100,000 to the youth of Lakeside each year. Our rodeo is an entertainment destination for San Diego County families and also a vital fund raiser for Lakeside children.

The new Miss Rodeo Lakeside is chosen in a pageant held in September and becomes the Lady in Waiting until she is formally crowned at the following Lakeside Rodeo in April.

Competition Day

On competition day for the Miss Rodeo Lakeside Pageant, contestants traditionally compete in Horsemanship in the morning, engage in an interview process with judges and complete a comprehensive test. A coronation or pageant is held that same evening to present the new Miss Rodeo Lakeside and Jr Miss Rodeo Lakeside.

The pageant committee starts working with the contestants months before the pageant to fine-tune their skills for the final night. For some contestants, it is their first time to model, speak in front of an audience or undergo an interview. The skills learned during pageant practice can be applied in real life situations as well, such as job interviews and classroom presentations.

Awards and Prizes

Miss Rodeo Lakeside and Jr Miss Rodeo Lakeside are awarded such prizes as a custom western saddle and silver Gist Buckle, Rodeo Queen crowns and numerous other prizes. Miss Rodeo and Jr Miss Rodeo have the privilege of using the coveted Miss Rodeo Lakeside riding chaps, which are passed down to the winner each year to wear during rodeos and parades.

2019 Pageant Prep Schedule

Practices are Lakeside Rodeo Facility


July

25th Orientation -hall 6pm
27th Horsemanship 9am- arena


August

1st practice in hall 6pm
4th horsemanship- arena 530pm
6th practice in hall 6pm
10th horsemanship arena 9am
15th practice in hall 6pm
18th horsemanship arena 530pm
22nd practice in hall 6pm
25th horsemanship arena 530
29th practice in hall 6pm

September

1st horsemanship arena 530
5th practice in hall 6pm
7th horsemanship arena 9am
12th practice in hall 6pm
13th decorate for pageant 5pm
14th pageant all day

Miss Rodeo Lakeside Pageant Committee

The Lakeside Rodeo Committee is an all volunteer group comprised of El Capitan Stadium Association members, former Miss Rodeo Lakeside and Jr Miss Rodeo Lakeside title holders, Miss Rodeo California 2016 as well as Miss Rodeo USA (IPRA) 2014 title holders!

2016 Miss Rodeo California, Rachel Owens-Sarno leads the Grand Entry into the 2016 Lakeside Rodeo arena, leading a bevy of Rodeo Royalty from out of state and local rodeos as well.
Photo Credit: Jim Batman
2019 Miss Rodeo Lakeside : Renee Winter
2019 Junior Miss Rodeo Lakeside : Vianette Garcia
The El Capitan Stadium Association (Lakeside Rodeo) is a Non-Profit 501 c 3.
Working Together to Benefit the Youth of Lakeside.
12584 Mapleview St., Lakeside, CA 92040     619-561-4331
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