Poway Rodeo Queen Clinic is Feb. 1, 2
A two-day Rodeo Queen Clinic is slated for Saturday, Feb. 1 and Sunday, Feb. 2 in Poway. The clinic is open to anyone, ages 9 through 24, considering becoming a rodeo queen candidate.
Among the topics covered in the Saturday session will be pageant preparation; speech and impromptu; photogenic techniques; hair; makeup; modeling; interviews and appearances.
The all-day Sunday session will be about horsemanship, including horsemanship patterns; reining techniques; actual cow-pushing; carrying flags; and rodeo knowledge, test and etiquette; plus participants receive a binder full of information. Sunday’s session also includes a barbecue tri-tip lunch.
State-level queens, including Markie Battaglia, Mackenzie Cayford, Tori Armstrong and Laura Taysom, will share their expertise.
The cost for the clinic is $150. To register and for more information, email Lisa Banning at Lbanning59@cox.net or call her at 760-585-6303.
This year’s Poway Rodeo Queens Pageant will be held Saturday, March 15. For more information, visit http://powayrodeo.com/queens-pageant/.
As a fundraiser, the pageant is accepting orders through Jan. 31 for 1- to 2-pound smoked tri-tip roasts. Each roast is $25. They will be available for pickup at the PVRA arena, 14336 Tierra Bonita Road, on Saturday, Feb. 1 and Sunday, Feb. 2.
Pre-order by including you name, phone number and number of roasts wanted to firstname.lastname@example.org Extra roasts will be available for walk-up sales.
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