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Our Rodeo Royalty

Here at Drain Surgeons we have sponsored the Fiesta Days Rodeo Royalty for 8 years. Over those years we've had the pleasure of working with many amazing young women who have gone on to achieve amazing things. This year we are proud to announce that 4 of our previously sponsored girls are headed to this years wilderness circuit royalty competition.

Just as the Wilderness Circuit Rodeos are a huge deal for cowboys and cowgirls, it too is a huge deal for rodeo royalty. To become Miss Wilderness Circuit is a great honor but is hard earned by anyone who is awarded the pleasure to represent. We know it requires unlimited hours of study and practice and will require travel and sacrifice to represent the Wilderness Circuit for a year. The majority of Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Montana are all part of the Wilderness Circuit.

There are 10 women competing this year. We are excited because 4 of them have been part of the Fiesta Days Royalty in the past few years. We want to wish them all well. We know any one of them would be wonderful. So from Drain Surgeons we wish you success, do your best and above all have a blast!

Hadley Seeds

Hadley hails from the growing town of West Point, Utah.

She is the 21 year old daughter of Curt and Charlotte Seeds.

Why Hadley wants to become Miss Wilderness Circuit: As I have traveled to rodeos within the Wilderness Circuit, I am always humbled to witness the sacrifice of the Cowboys and Cowgirls, and the untold hours of service from the volunteers and hard working committee members who work together to make make rodeo all that it is. It would be my honor to represent each one; with dedication, selfless service, integrity, and above all; love. Love for the States within the Wilderness Circuit, and love for all that Rodeo represents. I want to showcase that rodeo is more than a sport. It is our heritage and our tradition.

Savannah Ogden

Savannah is the 22 year old and is the daughter of Bret and Laura Ogden. She comes to us from the pretty town of Bluffdale, Utah.

Why Savannah wants to become Miss Wilderness Circuit: Throughout my life I have competed in many sports; but nothing compares to Rodeo!

The camaraderie and sense of family can be found nowhere else.I have found Rodeo to be a kind and hardworking community. A Rodeo Queen is the ambassador that ties Rodeo to the rest of the world. Miss Wilderness Circuit is kind, gracious, and a light to all she meets. I want to help continue the rich tradition of this Western Culture, by serving as the 2022 Miss Wilderness Circuit.

Lindsey Ivie

Lindsey hails from the country town of Benjamin, Utah. She is the 18 year old and the daughter of Chris and Michelle Ivie.

Why Lindsey wants to become Miss Wilderness Circuit: I look for opportunities to engage with the public, inside and outside of the rodeo arena. Serving as the 2022 Miss Wilderness Circuit would allow me that privilege. I believe that through education we can bring new Cowboys and Cowgirls in to our western world of determination, hard work, and integrity; which helps us to grow our rodeo and agriculture community. I hope to serve the Wilderness Circuit through supporting rodeo and its communities.

Jenessa Sullivan

Jenessa joins us from the thriving city of Lehi, Utah. She is the 21 year old daughter of Mark and Pam Sullivan.

Why Jenessa wants to become Miss Wilderness Circuit: Rodeo is the sport I love, and that I hold deep within my heart. Miss Wilderness Circuit is strong willed and determined. She is humble and graceful in serving others, yet fierce in adversity. Most of all, Miss Wilderness Circuit is a Cowgirl. A woman who emulates positivity and educates others about our Western Heritage. She is everything I believe in. It would be my honor and privilege to fulfill the 2022 Miss Wilderness Circuit title with grace, professionalism and dedication, while promoting the Sport of Rodeo.



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