Miss San Benito Rodeo 2017 Corissa King

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2017 First Runner Up and Flag Bearers

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First Runner Up - Shaelie Askew
Flag Bearer - Ashley Galdos
Flag Bearer - Kelsee French

 


Decades of Tradition

The first Queen Contest for the Saddle Horse Show and Rodeo was in 1939. It was then that Jean Medeiros was crowned Queen. The contest had charm and was very popular with participants and spectators alike. It gave the girls of the county a way to show off their horsemanship and personality. The contest was interrupted during World War II (1942-45) and was eventually discontinued. In 1991, George Callens, president of the Saddle Horse Show and Rodeo, reintroduced Miss San Benito Rodeo, bringing back the tradition, heritage, and pageantry surrounding the contest and the Saddle Horse Show and Rodeo.

The following young ladies have the distinct honor of wearing the Miss San Benito Rodeo crown:

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Audrey Liddle, 2016 Megan Ford, 2015
Miss California Rodeo Salinas, 2016
Bailee Nelson, 2014
2013 2012 2011
Annie Tobias, 2013 Kellie Mancino, 2012 Grace Tobias, 2011
also Miss California Rodeo Salinas

2010

2009

2008

Taylor Rae Wood, 2010

Alyssa Abercrombie, 2009

LeAnna Ceglia, 2008

2007

2006

2005

Amanda Jacobson Johnson, 2007
also Miss California Rodeo Salinas

Alethea Prewett, 2006

Caili Beebe Fulgoni, 2005

2004

2003

2002

Sarah Lomanto, 2004

Amanda Lima, 2003

Natalie LaCorte, 2002

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2000

1999

Alison Mitchell DeCarli, 2001

Jamie Andrade Fowles, 2000

Melissa Dassel Weis, 1999

1998

1997

1996

Shannon Renz Duncan, 1998
also Miss California Rodeo Salinas

Jennifer Dassel Landa, 1997

Allison Renz Clark, 1996

1995

1994

1993

Margie Jacobsen Schmidt, 1995

Shari Benson Hubbell, 1994

Dana Marcus Hearne, 1993

1992

1991

 

Katy Hubbell Silva, 1992

Dara Griffin Tobias, 1991