2018-2019 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.

Hayley Crosby

Miss Silver Spurs

Hayley Crosby - 2018 Miss Silver SpursHaylee Marie Crosby is 15 years old and the daughter of Russell and Star Crosby of Fort McCoy, Florida. She is currently a high school homeschool student in the Advanced International Cambridge University Program (AICE). Haylee aspires to become a registered nurse one day for the trauma unit. She is also involved in several clubs and organizations such as the Beta program, 4-H program, and her community’s outreach service program.

Outside of school, Haylee enjoys being a sibling to her two sisters, Maranda and Heaven, and her four brothers, Tyler, Jyrad, Jaxson, and the youngest, Trenton. She also has a compassionate love for agriculture, people, and wildlife. In Haylee’s free time, she enjoys training colts, barrel racing, trail riding, fishing, hunting, shopping, the beach, and spending quality time with her family. Haylee’s parents are dedicated to raising respectable young adults with love and knowledge that will ensure preserving and promoting our county and state’s natural history.

“I am an all-around Florida Cowgirl, raised in the country that has a heart for life! It is of great honor to have been awarded the title of the 2018 Miss Silver Spurs. I one day hope to use the knowledge that I have gained through growing to assist the expanding industry of rodeo as one day earning the title of Miss Rodeo America. As for now, I am looking forward to fulfilling my platform of “Students Spurring Services” as your 2018 Miss Silver Spurs by sharing my love and knowledge for our growing agriculture, farming, ranching, and rodeo communities by promoting the industries I adore the most.”

“Lastly, I would like to give praise to God, my family, my sponsors, and the Silver Spurs committee, as without them, none of this would be possible. As your 2018 Miss Silver Spurs, I hope to inspire others to achieve their silver buckle dreams honoring faith, family, love, and hope that will continue to support the amazing sport we call rodeo.”

Ansley Bo

Junior Miss Silver Spurs

Ansley Elizabeth Bo is a 13-year-old Osceola County native. Ansley is the daughter of Sig and Angela Bo and is the youngest of five children.

Ansley is well-rounded in academics and athletics. She is a straight-A student in the eighth grade at St. Cloud Middle School. Her middle school softball team is the 2018 Osceola County Champions. She is also a member of the 5x District Champion softball team for the St. Cloud Little League and Ewe-Neek County Kids 4H. Along with softball and 4H, Ansley loves volunteering in the community, horseback riding, going to the beach, and taking pictures.

Ansley holds the titles of 2015 Little Miss Silver Spurs 1st Runner-Up and
2016 Little Miss Silver Spurs 1st Runner-Up, and she wishes to compete at
many more pageants in the future.

Ansley’s most loved bible verse is Malachi 3:10, and her favorite words of advice are, “Trust yourself, work hard, and accomplish your dreams.”

Emma Boisclair

Little Miss Silver Spurs

Emma Renee Boisclair is the oldest of David and Lacey Boisclair’s three daughters of St. Cloud, Florida. She is 11 years old and is in the sixth grade at Harmony Community School.

Emma enjoys horseback riding and playing softball. Her favorite position to play is 2nd base. She is a member of the “Ewe-Neek Country Kids” 4-H club, and she will be showing a market hog for her fourth year.

Emma’s favorite Bible verse is Matthew 5:16, “Don’t hide your light! Let it shine for all.”

Emma is an animal lover and hopes to attend the University of Florida to become a Veterinarian. She is honored and thrilled to represent the Silver Spurs Riding Club and the sport of rodeo.