MHSRA GRADUATING CLASS of 2018/19
My name is Jodie Davis, and I have been a member of MHSRA for 2 years. Although I have not been in MHSRA long, I have enjoyed every minute of it. I love being able to travel to the rodeos every weekend and compete with my horses. I compete in Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Goat Tying and Breakaway, but my favourite event is Barrel Racing. After I graduate I am planning on attending Brandon University to take a Bachelor in Physical Education and Exercise Science with a minor in Biology. I’d like to thank my parents for being my biggest supporters and hauling me around. I would also like to thank mentors Molly Kelleher, Freddie McKercher and Heather Davey for guiding me in the right direction.
My name is Milagh Sattler and i have been in MHSRA for the past 5 years. I compete in barrel racing and pole bending. I was fortunate to be honoured with MHSRA Queen for 2017 to present date. I have had the opportunity to visit and promote MHSRA to many communities. This involved many grand entries at rodeos, bullarama’s and local fairs, and also representing MHSRA on the radio and tv interviews. I have had the opportunity of handing out information and stickers in hopes to educate and involve future members. I think these are some of my favourite memories along with the family time spent every weekend. My family and i have made some lifelong friends and would highly recommend this association to anyone who is thinking about joining MHSRA.
My future plans are to take a health care field education.
Years in MHSRA- 7 Years
Events: Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Breakaway roping, Goat Tying, & Team Roping
Most Enjoyed- I have cherished all the friends and memories I have made in the past seven years of being a member of MHSRA. Being able to see my friends with the same interests and goals as me and being able to compete with them is something I have always enjoyed. This association has taught me many valuable lessons that I will carry with me as I enter the next chapter of my life. MHSRA has given me the opportunity to do what I love and I will miss it greatly.
Future Plans- I plan to attend Brandon University to earn my degree in the Bachelor of Business Administration program. I also plan to rodeo as much as I can.
My name is Gracie Fawns. I have been a member of MHSRA for 7 years. This year being the Student Executive President. I compete in Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Breakaway Roping, Team Roping and Goat Tying. Through my years in MHSRA I have gained many valuable life lessons that have shaped me into the competitor and person I am today. Every weekend I get the chance to travel around our province with my family, getting to see my friends and do what I love, Rodeo.
I plan to attend Olds College where I will take a course to become an Animal Technology Assistant, with future plans of becoming a Vet Tech. I plan to continue rodeo on the college rodeo team while I continue my education.
My name is Amy Maguire and I have been in MHSRA for 2 years. Although my time in high school rodeo has been short I have made life long friendships and have learned some amazing skills that will help guide me on my future endeavours. I compete in barrel racing, pole bending, and breakaway roping. My plan post graduation is to take Real Estate Assessment and Appraisal at Lakeland College located in Lloydminster Alberta. My passion for rodeo has been supported by my unbelievably encouraging parents. I have been guided and coached by Stephanie Colli along with Scott Peters and Chantel Colli.
My name is Aubrie Park and I have been a part of the MHSRA for 5 years. Through those five years I have met so many incredible friends and family who share my passion. I compete in breakaway roping, goat tying, barrel racing, pole bending and team roping. I plan to attend the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary in the Fall of 2019 in hopes to obtain a degree in Chemical Engineering with a specialization in Biomedical Engineering. I would like to thank my parents, Erin and Jordon, for supporting me in every aspect of my life. I would also like to thank my mentors, Mckenzie Rowe and Shauna Cole for all your help.