Want to run for Round Valley Rodeo Royalty?
Represent the Round Valley Rodeo as our Queen, Teen Queen, Lil' Miss, or Special Princess with an annual title gained from competing in horsemen ship, speech writing, presentation, and pageantry.
2018 Round Valley Rodeo Queen
Hannah Rose Wiltbank, but folks in Apache County know her as “Rosie”. Rosie is 16 and Lives in St Johns, Arizona, where she is a junior at St Johns High School. She is also Junior Class President, is a member of the National Honor Society and is a 4.0 student. Rosie has grown up in her family’s feed store in St Johns. She enjoys the sport of Volley Ball and Basketball. She loves anything that involves horses, but she loves to barrel race most of all. Rosie is active in 4H and shows her Steer and won the Round Robing Showmanship at the 2018 Apache County Fair. She is an accomplished seamstress and sews the majority of her Rodeo Queen clothes herself. Rosie also won Grand Champion with her sewing projects at the same fair a couple years running. After high school graduation, Rosie plans to attend college and Veterinarian School and aspires to become an Equine Veterinarian. Rosie loves to represent the Round Valley Rodeo and to share the love of this sport with others
2018 Round Valley Rodeo Teen Queen
Gracie Seeley, is 15 years old and lives in Safford, Arizona where she is a freshman at Safford High School. Gracie enjoys playing Basketball and riding horses. As far back as she can remember Gracie has always wanted to be a rodeo queen like here mom and was inspired by her best friend to compete for her first rodeo queen title in Round Valley. Gracie loves representing the sport of rodeo and all that it has to offer.
2018 Round Valley Rodeo Lil’ Miss
Eva Butler is 13 years old and lives in Queen Creek, Arizona where she is in 8th grade at Benjamin Franklin High School. Eva likes to play Basketball, sing, and ride horses. Eva has been riding horses since she was 3 years old. Eva was inspired to compete for her first rodeo queen title shortly after her older sister Anna won her first rodeo queen title. Anna has inspired Eva to do what she loves, taught her how to be a good role model, and how to have fun. Eva thanks Anna for what she has done for her because Eva loves her title as 2018 Round Valley Rodeo Lil’ Miss and loves her role representing the Round Valley Rodeo.
2018 Round Valley Rodeo Special Princess
Terra Merrill is 31 years old and lives in Eagar, Arizona, where she lives with her family. Her daily activities include taking care of the horses. Terra also helps her family with breeding and raising Golden Retrievers and helps care for the many puppies from each litter. Terra is known for her love of animals and how well animals take to her. Terra spends time with her grandmother helping her with her yard work. She is a joy to her family and her community. She is always happy and positive. Terra loves being the Special Princess