Are you Royal? Our 2019 Queen Contest will be held May 18. Contestants must be female, Utah residents, at least 15 years of age and not more than 24 years of age.
The Western Stampede Royalty serve as ambassadors for the rodeo and participate in other rodeos and parades to promote the Stampede. Applications are now available for the Western Stampede Rodeo Royalty Pageant.
Contestants compete for a $1,000 scholarship and prizes including a tiara, breast collar, banner, belt buckle and the opportunity to represent the Western Stampede, a West Jordan tradition since 1954.
How to Participate
Contest will be held May 18 at 8:30 a.m. at West Jordan City Hall Council Chambers (City Hall, third floor). Applications are due May 10 by 5 p.m. The application fee can be paid at the City Hall Finance Department (first floor). Questions? Email email@example.com for more information.
2018 Western Stampede Royalty
Savannah Ogden is the daughter of Bret and Laura Ogden. Since her family has a long legacy in the City of West Jordan, representing the Western Stampede is a dream come true. She is honored to serve as rodeo queen and hopes to encourage others to pursue their dreams. Savannah has participated in many activities including competitive swimming, showing horses, horse judging, high school rodeo (reined cow horse, pole bending, barrel racing), karate, hunting, and fishing. Her honors and achievements include: 2016 Utah State Fair Rodeo Royalty, 2017 Western Stampede and Tomato Days Royalty, 2018 Fiesta Days Royalty, high school rodeo state qualifier, varsity letter recipient for swim team, 4-H state qualifier, 4-H horse bowl team captain placing 1st at state and 9th at Nationals, Hippology 1st place state winner and black belt in karate. As a sophomore at Southern Utah University, Savannah is working toward a degree in Business Administration, her goal is to become an attorney specializing in contract law. Savannah looks forward to the opportunity to work and serve with the rodeo committee, the Cervi Rodeo Company and the other royalty to promote the City of West Jordan and the Western Stampede rodeo.
Tristan Moulton is the 20-year-old-daughter of Mark and Debbie Moulton from Bluffdale, Utah. She is a graduate of Herriman High School and has been riding horses her whole life. She competed in horse 4-H and went to State six years in a row. She also enjoys going to barrel racing jackpots and local shows. She is currently employed at Cottonwood Animal Hospital as a veterinary technician. Tristan plans on pursuing a career in large animal medicine, specializing in orthopedics. Tristan enjoys reading and writing and hopes to publish a book one day. She was on the honor roll in high school. Her favorite rodeo events to watch are barrel racing, tie down roping and rough stock events. She hopes to one day be able to run down the Thomas and Mack at the National Finals Rodeo. Tristan wants to thank her parents for always taking her to rodeos and queen competitions and supporting her dreams. She would also like to thank her coworkers, who, despite not knowing much about rodeo and queening, have always given her encouragment and genuine support.
Aspen Curtis is the 18-year-old-daughter of Craig and Tree Curtis. She has loved horses her entire life. Growing up, she has been very involved in Pony Club and 4-H. She has ridden and shown in multiple disciplines and has ridden various breeds of horses. While attending Herriman High School, Aspen was involved in FBLA and qualified for nationals in DECA. She also served as the FFA President and won the State Star in Agribusiness, 1st place in Horse Judging, and the individual high point in Agricultural sales. Aspen will be representing the State of Utah at the National FFA Convention this fall. Aspen has never taken her education lightly and has almost completed her Associate’s Degree right out of high school. Aspen is Herriman High’s Skilled and Technical Sciences Sterling Scholar and hopes to be accepted into Utah State University’s Biological Engineering program upon the completion of her Associate’s Degree. In addition to her title as the Second Attendant for the Western Stampede, she also bears the crown as Summit County Queen. Aspen looks forward to representing the West Jordan Western Stampede!