The Rodeo Queen Candidates will be judged on four categories: ticket sales, personality, appearance, and horsemanship. Each candidate is required to ride a horse, and all candidates will receive 10% of total ticket sales regardless of placings. The winner will receive the coveted title, crown, buckle, and a chance to receive a saddle.
Jasmin Forgette is the 17-year-old daughter of Frank and Melinda Forgette from Archie, Missouri. Jasmin recently graduated in December 2022 from Archie High School. During high school, Jasmin participated in band, football, basketball, volleyball, and was a member of the Archie FFA Chapter. Jasmin was also the recipient of the KC Scholar Award. Jasmin hobbies include eventing, trail riding, barrel racing, and being outdoors. Jasmin is new to the rodeo world, but she has shown competitively in jumping and eventing. The three words that best describe her outgoing, supportive, and loyal. When asked what country song best described her, Jasmin replied “wild child” by Kenny Chesney ‘because for as long as I can remember everyone has described me as a free spirit. This song basically captures my personality” says Jasmin. Jasmin’s role model is Amberly Snyder because she shows the epitome of perseverance and hard work. Great horsemanship shows how Amberly, and her horse were able to come back from a tragic accident.
Mark your calendars for the Butler Saddle Club Rodeo, set to take place on June 16th, 17th, and 18th. The coronation ceremony for the 2023 Rodeo Queen and Princess will be held during the Sunday night performance.
We wish all the candidates the best of luck, and we hope to see everyone at the Butler Saddle Club Rodeo.
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