The Evergreen Rodeo Royalty consists of our Queen, Princess and Jr. Princess. They are our official ambassadors for the Evergreen Rodeo Association. They recognize the importance of educating, promoting and preserving our Rodeo and the western heritage. The Evergreen Rodeo Royalty represents our community with the highest level of integrity and professionalism.

This Royalty Program runs from June through the following June, starting with our own parade and PRCA Rodeo Father’s Day Weekend. During their reign, the ladies attend various functions and activities throughout the state of Colorado. They volunteer hundreds of hours to help promote our community and rodeos, including the National Western Stock Show.


Contestant Information

Contestants compete during the month before the rodeo and are crowned during the rodeo performance on Father’s Day.

Queen and Princess Pageant

TBD May at the El Pinal Rodeo Grounds in Evergreen, CO. Contestant applications are due by May 1, 2023.

Contestants for Queen and Princess are judged in categories such as: personality, fashion and appearance, poise, etiquette, public speaking, personal interview, horsemanship skill, knowledge of rodeo and the submitted application and essay. This year’s competition will be held in May at the El Pinal Rodeo Grounds in Evergreen, CO. The contestants will also be judged at a pre-rodeo event and at the parade on the day of the rodeo.

Junior Princess Pageant

The Junior Princess title is designed to introduce young girls to the world of rodeo and to give them the confidence to pursue their future dreams of achieving a rodeo royalty title. During this 1-day pageant the young ladies are required to prepare and deliver a small essay to include who they are and why they want to be a rodeo princess. They will answer an impromptu questions on rodeo knowledge.

Community Relations

If you would like more information on the Evergreen Rodeo Royalty Program, or to have our Queen and Princess speak or volunteer for your school, business or community event please contact:

Evergreen Rodeo Royalty Coordinator
[email protected]

Visiting Royalty: Please contact [email protected] for information regarding visiting royalty.

Miss Evergreen Rodeo 2024 – Amanda Cook

Amanda Cook – 2024 Miss Evergreen Rodeo

Hello everyone! My  Name is Amanda Cook and I am your Miss evergreen Rodeo Queen 2024!  I am so honored to be representing the beautiful community of Evergreen Colorado and my home town!


I am 22 years old and was born and raised in Evergreen under the roof of my amazing parents Shane and Theresa Cook along side my 6 other siblings! I have been riding horses since I was 6 months old and made that love grow by competing for Evergreen Rodeo JR  princess in 2011, and after finishing my reign as junior princess I joined the Westernaires at the age of 11 with my entire family. We performed       all over  traveling with the Westernaires not only in state but out of State as well. I graduated Westernaires at the age of 19 off of Varsity Big Red at the National Western Stock Show as well as 6 other Varsity level performance teams including trick and fancy riding.

I am currently studying Veterinary medicine as well as equine since, I plan to continue to grow my love and knowledge for animals by furthering my career as a Veterinary assistant and one day become a certified Veterinary Technician.  When I’m not working or furthering my education you can find my hunting or fishing with my family and friends now under the guidance of my big ol’ German Shepard Max, Who now watches over me and his big horse friends from up above….

Growing up I can always remember my favorite part of the summer being the Evergreen rodeo and parade. I can’t remember a year not attending and watching the royalty ride through the arena presenting the rodeo with such grace, beauty and honor. I can always remember telling my parents that would be me one day with a horse of my own.

I can not remember a time that my family didn’t own horses, from my first ride up to this very day I can tell you every lesson that my horses had taught me not only about riding but about how to take the fall…. My horses have taught me more life lessons than anything else in my life ever could. Now that my families first horses Copper and Trooper are watching over me from up above, guiding me through the training of my horses, I am very proud to say that I am fulfilling my dream as Miss Evergreen Rodeo with my trusty steads Stinker And Magic.

As I place this crown on my hat and sash on my shoulder I look forward to continue traveling all over Colorado, making great memories with my Princess Josie and my Jr Princess Mesa furthering our education as well as educating fans not only about the great sport we call rodeo but also about the western way of life.

I am honored to be your 2024 Miss Evergreen Rodeo Queen, See y’all fathers day weekend in Evergreen!


2024 Evergreen Rodeo Princess – Josie Sandifer

Hey there everyone! My name is Josie Sandifer, and I am your 2024 Evergreen Rodeo Princess . I am so grateful that I get to represent not just The Evergreen Rodeo, but my hometown as well. This will be my second year as an Evergreen Rodeo royalty title holder, and it is such an honor for me to be able to do so.
I am 14 years young and I am the fourth generation to proudly call Greystone Ranch my home. This is where my love for horses came to life. when I first started riding horses, I was only a year and a half old now I have an outstanding 19-year-old quarter horse/palomino named Smokey.  He enjoys playing in lakes and carrying royalty around! I am a sister, a daughter to Scott and Kara Sandifer and a granddaughter to Marilyn Sandifer.
I will be attending the local high school this year and in my free time I enjoy going on trail rides, paddle boarding on the lake, snowmobiling, hunting, and going to rodeos!  For 5 years I played volleyball but with COVID, I kinda got out of it and started in the great world of rodeo. This has been more then a dream come true for me and I can not wait to see what all this program has in store for me!
My family and I have been going to the Evergreen rodeo and parade every year since I was born. Being able to grow up in that kind of atmosphere has helped shape me into the person I am today.
I can’t wait to learn more and be able to give people the knowledge about one of the toughest sports out there and learn new things every day! Come on out to the Evergreen Rodeo Father’s day weekend to celebrate the beautiful Western tradition of rodeo!


2024 Evergreen Rodeo Jr. Princess – Mesa Marshall

Hi, everybody! My name is Mesa Marshall, and I am your Evergreen Rodeo Junior Princess. I am very grateful to be part of the Evergreen Rodeo and especially to be a part of the Evergreen Rodeo Royalty with Amanda and Josie. This year is going to be amazing and I can’t wait to have a lot of fun!

When I am not riding or taking care of my horses, I like to do a lot of art, listen to music, and spend time with my family. I also do a lot of sports including basketball, swimming, and riding my horses. In the winter I love to ski, ice skate on the Evergreen Lake, and go sledding. Another one of my favorite things to do is watch my cousin’s hockey games in the fall through the spring. I love to hang out with my friends as well. When I am older I want to be a pilot, graphic designer, and PRCA photographer.

Somebody I really look up to Amberley Snyder. If you don’t know who she is, she is a Professional paralyzed Barrel Racer. Her story helps me know that we can overcome things even when life gets challenging.

I hope to see you on Father’s Day weekend to celebrate our rodeo!

Long Live Evergreen Rodeo!


Past Evergreen Rodeo Queens

1947 Marjorie Snyder (Evergreen)
1948 Betty Thorne (Evergreen)
1949 Nancy Perry (Evergreen)
1950 Pat Fellows Crawfod (Harper) (Evergreen)
1951 Sharon Critchfield (Morrison)
1952 Pat Melton (Kittredge)
1967 Ann Anderson Peterson
1968 Judy Ann Wood (Warner)
1969 Pat Walke (Schneider)
1970 Sue Butler
1971 Pat Bell
1972 Nancy Pratt (Perkins)
1973 Kerrie Clark (Guy)
1974 Sandy Mellane
1975 Beth Ann Howard
1976 Martie MacDougall
1977 Cindy Hiett, Ann Hobbs
1978 Nancy Shelley Deans
1979 Kathleen Mack
1980 Stacie Rider
1981 Donna Brunton
Mrs. Nancy Hladik
1982 Leona Nolan Mayo
Mrs. Sandy Nolan
1983 Laurie Longo
Mrs. Laurie Miller
1984 Allison Braun
Mrs. Millie Axtell
1985 Michelle LeVar
1987 Lori Knapp
1988 Meghan Eaves
1990 Jami Quayl
1991 Frances Lawrence
1992 Sherri Lynn Smith
1993 Holly Jean Terry
1994 Gretchen Plumhoff
1995 Tammy Gunnerson
1996 Heather Puls
1997 Dianna Renee Smith
1998 Shannon Crapnell
1999 Aislynne Buchanan
2000 Shannon Acklin
2001 Rachel Morgan
2002 Sarah Galbraith
2003 Melissa Pfaff
2004 Jolene Mohr
2005 Tara Spiegel
2006 Andrea Osmond
2007 Whitney McDaniel
2008 Amanda Bodkin
2009 Emily Bowers
2010 Kari Reasoner (Peterson)
2011 Kailee Reddy (Morton)
2012 Rachael Patinella (Cravens)
2013 Kelly Arbogast
2014 Kirsten Peterson
2015 Sierra Knodle
2016 Lauren Hladik
2017 Sarah Vangi
2018 Bobbie Marshall
2019 Taylor Cave
2020-2022 Abbie Halley
2023-2024 Amanda Cook

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