Last night was a hard night… I didn’t get a wink of sleep because I spent the entire night in a holding room at the veterinarian’s office. Jessie Rue was feeling unwell and while we aren’t over the hill, I am so thankful that she’s still here with us! Continue reading God Bless Emergency Veterinarians
One of my most favorite rodeos not only in the state of Oregon or the Columbia River Circuit (read more … Continue reading Lake County Round Up – 99 & Counting
As long as I can remember, our local rodeos were the ultimate “get together” of community, family and people that … Continue reading July is for Frolicking!
It’s hard to explain how it all came about. There can be so much and so little drama in the … Continue reading National State Rodeo Queen Teen Host Week
When I was first told to go check out the Bob Feist Invitational during the Reno Rodeo, I really just … Continue reading Getting Feisty! #BFIWeek
“Puppy Bump” Coming to a rodeo near you! I figured why not share this little adventure of the other weekend … Continue reading “Puppy Bump”
Two weeks ago, I found myself down in southern Oregon for my first ever appearance at a bull sale and, … Continue reading Klamath Falls Bull Sale
FIVE FAST FACTS WITH THE 2016 SISTER’S RODEO QUEEN ALY FAZZ
Rodeo Dates: June 10 – 12
The Sister’s Rodeo has the biggest purse nationally for the second weekend in June.
The Sister’s Rodeo has been featured in the New York Times and on The Late Night Show with David Letterman.
I absolutely love musicals… my favorite is “Hello Dolly!”
In my family I am known as the “Uno Champion” and it’s been near impossible to beat me since the time I was 5 years old! Continue reading Friday Feature: Sister’s Rodeo Queen Aly Fazz
Rodeo Queens are just like every other mainstream sport with three different seasons; preseason, league, and the post season. We may not be athletic but we are all athletes, training hard for our season, for our finals, and for our career Continue reading The Three Seasons of Rodeo Queening
May was such an interesting month for me. On one hand I felt like I didn’t really have much going … Continue reading May Overview