Today the 2016 Turquoise Circuit Finals rodeo will kick off in Las Cruces, New Mexico! The Turquoise Circuit is 1 of the 12 circuits set by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and is comprised of Arizona and New Mexico. These circuits make it possible for cowboys that, for whatever reason it may be, are not or cannot compete for the National Title still receive recognition and a title.
Each year after the circuit final rodeos have been completed the top two cowboys from each event, from each circuit, will make their way to the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Kissimmee, Florida. The Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo is held in conjunction with the Southern New Mexico State Fair so there is no shortage of entertainment for the entire family! In between all the fair rides, concerts, rodeo performances and special events is the rodeo queen pageant for the title of Miss Turquoise Circuit.
The pageant starts on September 29th and ends on October 1st with the coronation ceremony just before the rodeo performance. The young ladies running for this title will have to go through multiple portions of judging including a written test, personal interviews, modeling, speech, photogenic, and most importantly horsemanship.
These are all necessary in selecting the best young women to represent rodeo for the entire circuit! Whichever contestant is crowned Miss Turquoise Circuit will have a busy schedule for the next year traveling to rodeo, helping stock contractors, doing TV and radio interviews, making special appearances, and promoting the greatest sport on dirt!
Ali Truman, Scottsdale native, sister Brittney was previously Miss Turquoise circuit then miss rodeo Arizona, and there are 50/50 raffle tickets for sale. Contact Ali Truman for more information at 602-321-6888 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.