2017 MISS SILVER SPURS

2016 MISS SILVER SPURS


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The newest of Rodeo Queens stay busy throughout the year promoting the Silver Spurs Rodeo at local community events, parades and other holiday functions within the Central Florida area. You can catch the ladies all over town with their crowns and smiles. They serve as a rodeo ambassadors. They help to educate and promote rodeo, agriculture, and the “western way of life.”

For more information about Miss, Junior Miss, or Little Miss Silver Spurs call the Silver Spurs Office @ (321) 697-3495.


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Madeline Munns
Miss Silver Spurs

Madeline Munns is the daughter of Ryan and Heather Munns of St. Cloud, Florida.  She is 17 years old and attends Harmony High School.  She has two brothers and three sisters.  She enjoys riding horses, playing piano, fishing, traveling, playing volleyball, spending time at the beach and being with friends and family. She is currently Student Body President at Harmony High and is on the volleyball and track and field teams.  She is an avid supporter of all of the Harmony sports. She also enjoys being a part of the Best Buddies program and National Honor Society.

When she graduates, she would like to attend Brigham Young University and study finance.  She would also like to serve an 18-month mission for her church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  She would like to thank her amazing sponsors, Bogin, Munns & Munns, Attorneys at Law, Wild Florida Airboats & Gator Park, Drawdy Training Facility and Russell Drawdy for sponsoring her and helping her achieve her dream of being Miss Silver Spurs.

As Miss Silver Spurs 2016 and Horsemanship Winner, Maddie is looking forward to representing the Silver Spurs Riding Club at events throughout Central Florida and promoting Osceola County, the western way of life, and the sport of rodeo.  

 

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Sarah Taylor
Junior Miss Silver Spurs

Sarah is the daughter of Stephen and Ruthie Taylor of St Cloud Florida. She is 15-years-old and is currently a freshman at Harmony High School. Sarah is a member of the Florida High School Rodeo Association and competes in Barrel Racing, Goat Tying, Pole Bending, and Light Rifle Shooting. She is also on her school FFA team. She enjoys showing market hogs with the Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show and Fair, Rodeoing, being active in her Church Youth Ministries, competing in pageants, playing her cello, but most of all Sarah loves being your 2016 Junior Miss Silver Spurs. She is a past 2014 Junior Miss Congeniality, and 2015 Junior Miss 1st Runner-up. It’s going to be a fun-filled year for Sarah as she represents the Silver Spurs Rodeo and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association as your 2016 Junior Miss Silver Spurs. See you on the rodeo trail!

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Rylie Conner
Little Miss Silver Spurs

Well hello there, my name is Rylie Conner, and I’m a hog chasin’, gator wrestlin’, fish catchin’, deer slayin’ Osceola County native. Although, what I really love to do is rodeo. I love chasing those cans and weaving those poles on my horse Babygirl. So I went from messy hair to queen hair, camo shirt to an arena shirt, camo jeans to Wrangler jeans, water boots to cowgirl boots, and my hunting buggy to riding the Big Blue Boot. I am proud to be your 2016 Little Miss Silver Spurs and help promote my favorite rodeo! I am the nine-year-old daughter of Jeff and Chellie Conner, and also big sister to Levi Conner. I am an active member of 4H and enjoy showing our chickens, goats, and my rabbit.

Although I know it is a long time away, my future plans are to become a large animal vet, and run my own training facility one day. I am a 4th grader at Hickory Tree Elementary and would have to say my favorite subject is writing. I couldn’t wait to turn nine years old for the opportunity to become Little Miss Silver Spurs, and would like to thank all my sponsors for helping make this dream come true. As your 2016 Little Miss Silver Spurs. I look forward to representing my title and keeping this Osceola County tradition alive.