Ogden Pioneer Days is looking for a lovely young woman to serve as the public face of this summer’s 86th annual Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo and celebration. Young women across Utah are encouraged to submit an application to compete in the annual Miss Rodeo Ogden pageant. The all-day competition is on Saturday, April 25. The winner will reign over Ogden Pioneer Days, Utah’s biggest and best celebration of the westward trek of the state’s first settlers. The successor to Miss Rodeo Ogden 2019 Bradie Jill Jones also will be the city’s representative at the Miss Rodeo Utah pageant, held each year as part of Ogden Pioneer Days. Here’s an application form, which must be submitted by March 30 at 5 p.m. See the application for the details.
Our 2019 Miss Rodeo Ogden
Ogden Pioneer Days is keeping up with the Joneses. Three lovely young women with the last name of Jones are representing Ogden Pioneer Days as the Ogden Pioneer Days royalty. Bradie Jill Jones won the title of Miss Rodeo Ogden 2019 on Saturday, April 27, 2019 after a daylong pageant. Jones, 23, Henefer, is the daughter of Bryce and Cara Jones, and will reign over the 85th anniversary of the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo and celebration.
Bradie Jill Jones, resplendent in a gold shimmery gown, won the appearance, public speaking and congeniality awards. Kassadee Jo Jones, 20, Lehi, the daughter of Darin and Kelli Jones, is the first runner-up. She also won the horsemanship and photogenics awards. They will be joined by Kassidy Michelle Jones, 19, Coalville, the daughter of Mike and Mary Ann Jones. She was the winner of the second runner-up and personality awards. Bradie, Kassadee and Kassidy will be at all Ogden Pioneer Days events and activities this summer.