April 10, 2018 > Rodeo Queen named at Rowell Ranch
Rodeo Queen named at Rowell Ranch
Submitted By Alfreda Sebasto
Becca Savery of Hayward was crowned Miss Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo Queen on Saturday, March 17 at the annual rodeo kick-off dinner event and queen coronation. It was a full day of competition for Savery beginning with horsemanship that morning followed by interviews, impromptu questions and speeches during the evening program.
Savery is a 24-year-old graduate of Hayward High School and Lake Chabot Community College and now works in retail management. She fuels her love for horses and all things western by participating in numerous horse events including gymkhana, barrel racing, team penning and roping.
Each year, the Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo Queen Contest is held to select a young lady who has the desire and enthusiasm to serve as an ambassador for the Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo, western heritage and the sport of professional rodeo and the Hayward/Castro Valley community. The competition is based on poise, personality, interview skills and horsemanship. The 2018 rodeo queen will receive more than $1,000 in scholarships and prizes and will represent the Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo and the community during the coming year at events and rodeos throughout California and Nevada.
The 98th Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo is set for May 18 through 20 at Rowell Ranch Rodeo Park. Advance tickets range from $17 to $30 and are available online by visiting www.rowellranchrodeo.com. Tickets also will be sold at the gate.
Rowell Ranch Pro Rodeo
Friday, May 18 Ð Sunday, May 20
Rowell Ranch Rodeo Park
9725 Dublin Canyon Road, Castro Valley
Tickets: $17 - $30