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Miss Cody Stampede 2019- MacKenzie Scott

Stampede Park, home of the Cody Stampede Rodeo, lies nestled in the shadows of the Rocky Mountain range. The sport of rodeo, reflects the proud history of the American West, the quintessential cowboy lifestyle and for a few hours, takes us back to a simpler time. A time where riding for the brand was a way of life, a hand shake was a man's bond and a good horse was your best partner. In the spirit of this proud tradition, Miss Cody Stampede Mackenzie Scott, welcomes rodeo fans to the Centennial celebration of the iconic Cody Stampede Rodeo.

Mackenzie is a proud Wyoming native that calls Cody home. It is here where she has attended school from kindergarten at Sunset Elementary through graduation from Cody High school this past June. During her academic career, Mackenzie enjoyed participating in sports such as volleyball and swimming and taking field trips to Yellowstone National Park. However, her greatest passion was being involved in 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA). In 4-H, Mackenzie cut her teeth in the show ring with hogs and, of course, horses, where she won her first high point buckle. She was also introduced to horse judging and was part of a team as a freshman that placed 3rd in state, allowing them to compete at a national competition in Ohio; Mackenzie placed 13th overall individually. In high school, she joined the Buffalo Bill FFA chapter where she served on the officer team as reporter and had the honor of serving as president her senior year. In FFA, Mackenzie again showed hogs and horses as well as competing in speech, sales, livestock judging and horse judging. Her sophomore year, her horse judging team won the Wyoming state competition giving her the opportunity to attend the national FFA competition in Indiana where she placed 15th overall as an individual, earning her the Gold Star award.

Every summer however, Mackenzie is usually found at the rodeo grounds riding with the local drill team, running sponsor flags and sharing her passion of rodeo with the many visitors that visit our rustic town.

In her free time, Mackenzie is very involved in her church as nursery supervisor, committee member of the Mission and Evangelism committee and has been on the planning team for a youth mission trip. She thrives being in the wide open spaces of Wyoming riding horses, hunting, camping, listening to music and spending time with friends. Mackenzie is also an avid gear head, tinkering under the hood of her GMC truck.

In the fall, Mackenzie plans to attend Northwest Community college at Powell Wyoming in the nursing program.

Miss Rodeo America 2019- Taylor McNair

Taylor McNair was crowned Miss Rodeo America 2019 on Sunday December 9, 2018 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas. The 23 year-old from Learned, MS is the third Miss Rodeo Mississippi to wear the coveted crown. In addition to the title of Miss Rodeo America, Taylor earned the Appearance, Personality and Written Test Awards.

In 2017, Taylor earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agriculture Business with a concentration in Policy and Law from Mississippi State University where she
competed on the Equestrian and Rodeo Teams.

During her reign as the official representative of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, McNair will travel around 100,000 miles and appear at nearly 100 rodeo performances, as well as making appearances at schools, civic groups and other special events in order to educate the public and create awareness about the sport of rodeo, its sponsors and the western way of life.

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