Miss Rodeo Utah

MCKAYLIE RICHINS

Our 2019 Miss Rodeo Utah

What a golden moment for McKaylie Richins. On July 24, 2018, the Voice of Ogden Pioneer Days, Roger Mooney, announced McKaylie as the Miss Rodeo Utah 2019 in front of a sold-out crowd at Ogden Pioneer Stadium. McKaylie also won the appearance and personality categories after the weeklong pageant that is run in conjunction with Ogden Pioneer Days. Since assuming the crown, McKaylie has criss-crossed the state and country, promoting the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the rodeo and agriculture industries. McKaylie, 21, is the daughter of Jeff and Lisa Richins.

The North Summit High graduate and Weber State student loves to spend time camping in the great outdoors, four-wheeling, fishing hunting and riding horses in the beautiful mountains of Coalville, her hometown. She enjoys judging local horse shows and giving horseback riding lessons, and she could be called a “classic” girl because of her love of old country music and western movies.

“Since my first rodeo queen contest at 8 years old, I felt I wanted to represent the greatest sport on dirt! Growing up around rodeo and the western way of life has thankfully shaped me into the young woman I am today,” she said. “For 10 years, I prepared and served food at the hospitality cabin for the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo. I witnessed firsthand the strong women who have become Miss Rodeo Utah and made me realize my heart and passion lies with keeping this prestigious western lifestyle alive. This family-oriented sport is famously known for the values set by competitors and ambassadors.

Rodeo has instilled in me lifelong values such as compassion, hard work, determination, discipline, integrity and the love I have for family and country. I want to educate the public and instill those same values into the lives that faithfully support the sport of rodeo. I would love nothing more than to celebrate our lifestyle by learning and teaching new things, serving others, building relationships and making memories. It would be a privilege and an honor to serve as the official ambassador of rodeo in the great state of Utah.”

Past Queens

1955 Karen NeuenSchwander Gall
1956 Renee Mueller
1957 Connie Jones DeSimon
1958 Shirley Hodsen Frost
1959 Judy McMullin
1960 No Pageant was held
1961 Carma Jean Staheli
1962 Mary Ann Reber
1963 Jeri Snow
1964 Shari Starbuck Cunningham
1965 Linda Rogers
1966 Susie Bauter Adams
1967 Sandra Staheli Turnbeaugh
1968 Julie Ward Facer
1969 Ann Parker Judd
1970 Sharon Sinsel
1971 Sue Merrill Agricola
1972 Geri Dawn Gibson Allred
1973 Sherrie Dawn Ross Hunting
1974 Connie Della Lucia Robinson
1975 Karin Allred Rosser
1976 Kristen Allred Williams
1977 Diane Hamilton
1978 Tammy Taylor Mitchell
1979 Desiree Cooper Larsen
1980 Diane Hooper Prescott
1981 Gena Blonquist Black
1982 Joan Thompson Robinson
1983 Janice Nelson
1984 Ragan Brown Hall
1985 Vicki Vest Woodward
1986 Tauna Blair Nichols
1987 JaNae Barlow Francis
1988 Chantel LaRoque Taylor
1989 Kristy Hughes Davis
1990 Lori Jo Evans Wilcox
1991 Nicole Maughan Cypers
1992 Shannon Conley Mullins
1993 Jennfier Hawkes Flint
1994 Emilee Lott Woosley
1995 Tanya McKinnon Bartlett
1996 Kaycee Allred Wolfey
1997 Mary Shaw Drake
1998 Bobbie Sage Allred
1999 Angie Burton
2000 Amber Webb Turner
2001 Jaime Casper Slagowski
2002 Ashley Kendell Redd
2003 Angi Prevedel Kellett
2004 Kaydee Nelson Miner
2005 Kristan Jo Gibbs Earl
2006 Cami Cushing McBride
2007 Jenna Whitaker Hirschi
2008 Renae Cowley
2009 ChrisAndrea Wade Price
2010 Martina Wardle Larsen
2011 Jamie Udell
2012 Chenae Shiner Vest
2013 Makenzie Maughan
2014 Brandy Mortensen
2015 Bailey Jo Woosley
2016 Cassidy Black
2017 McKenna Hales
2018 Carly Peercy