Miss Bonner County Rodeo Queen
Hayven is 15 yrs old, a sophomore in high school where she is an active member of our Future Farmers of America chapter. She is often referred to as "the horse crazy girl". Hayven enjoys barrel racing, learning to rope, O-mak-see racing, running flags, learning to leathercraft, and basically anything to do with horses. She has won several championships in O-mak-see racing and has enjoyed representing the sport with four consecutive royalty titles.
Hayven is passionate about agriculture, the western way of life, the sport of rodeo and having been diagonosed with Type One Diabetes at 8 yrs old, she has never let that stop her from attaining her goals.
Miss Bonner County Rodeo Princess
Cherra was born and raised in Bonner County. She grew up competing in sports, 4-H projects, and has been a close part of the Sandpoint community.
Cherra has participated in rodeo for 6 years carrying sponsorship flags and 4-H for 9 years, competing at district and state levels, as well as qualified for national competitions.
Her secondary plans are to attend college in search of obtaining her Master's Degree in equine science, nutrition, and rehabilitation. She currently competes at 3-day eventing in Ponderay at Shingle Mill Barn where she is learning to teach the equestrian sport to others as well as further her equitation skills and veterinary knowledge.