2017-2018 Miss Silver Spurs Court
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 at (321) 697-3495.
Miss Silver Spurs
Junior Miss Silver Spurs
Little Miss Silver Spurs
Lacie Stark was born and raised in the heart of Osceola County, Florida. She climbed into the saddle at the tender age of two, under the skillful eye of her “papa,” Norman West. She obtained a love for the agriculture industry and the western way of life when her papa took her to work cows. As a little towhead walking around the cow pens covered in dirt and sweat, and of course cow poop, she dreamed of someday becoming a rodeo queen. She joined the Silver Spurs Pee Wee Quadrille team in 2004, at just five years old. Over the next 13 years, Lacie continued her love for the Silver Spurs Riding Club by competing in the Miss Silver Spurs pageant since the age of 9, riding in the quadrille team, carrying sponsor flags and having the honor to carry the American flag during each rodeo. Lacie loves riding horses, working cows, competing in rodeo queen pageants, and air boating with her family. She has been a part of the Far Reach Junior Ranch rodeo team, the Osceola Anglers high school fishing team, The Lady Longhorn Varsity Weightlifting team, The Florida Cattleman’s Association and The Harmony High School FFA chapter.
Lacie is a recent graduate of Harmony High School and is currently attending Technical Education Center of Osceola to obtain a cosmetologist license. After completing the program, Lacie hopes to obtain a degree in marketing and further pursue her passion for coaching and mentoring young ladies to become rodeo queens. Lacie aspires to compete at the circuit, state, and national level one day. Throughout the Miss Silver Spurs pageant, she has dedicated much time and effort into making her dreams become a reality. Along with the Miss Silver Spurs Queen title, she was also awarded the Aileen Bill-Chapman Horsemanship title, and Miss Photogenic. Lacie is looking forward to not only being an advocate for the PRCA but also an ambassador for the Silver Spurs Riding Club throughout her reign.
Bailee Jeannin is from St. Cloud Florida, where she and her family have grown up all their lives. Bailee’s life is full of faith, family, friends, and animals. She has served as the treasurer of her 4H Club, Ewe Neek Country Kids, and is the proud holder of the 2017 Junior Hog Showmanship Grand Champion for the Osceola County Livestock Show and Fair.
Bailee is well-rounded in academics and athletics. She is an all A’s student at Harmony Elementary School, an All-Star Softball Player and member of the District Championship Team for St. Cloud Little League, and a Regional and District Champion Youth Cheerleader. Bailee has earned the 2014 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 1st Runner Up, Photogenic and Horsemanship Winner and 2015 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 1st Runner Up and Photogenic.
“Always Stay Humble and Kind” are Bailee’s kind words of advice; as your 2017 Little Miss Silver Spurs, Miss Congeniality, and Miss Photogenic, Bailee is honored and thrilled to represent the Silver Spurs Riding Club and the sport of rodeo.