2012 Eagle Rodeo Royalty

The Eagle Rodeo is proud to present our 2012 royality...

Megan Charrier

My name is Megan Charrier, I am the 17 year old daughter of Rich & Jodi Charrier. I live in Meridian, Idaho where I attend Mountain View High School.

My family is very important to me and I love sharing my passion for horses with them. When I am not taking care of my three horses, I love to find time to read, travel with my family, and spend quality time with my friends.

I am actively involved with my 4-H club, where I am the president elect of the JC Riders, and compete through Ada County Horse 4-H in both horse and non-horse contests. This last year I competed in Senior Team Demonstration where I placed first at state, and qualified for the Eastern National 4-H Horse Round Up in Kentucky, the largest youth contest in our nation. Where I represented the state of Idaho placing first.

Being Rodeo Royalty has taught me responsibility, and determination and it is with those learned qualities that I embrace the opportunity to be the first ICA Eagle Rodeo Senior Queen. Giving me the opportunity to serve as an ambassador for the sport of rodeo and the community of Eagle, while representing those who are invested in this rodeo. I believe it is vitally important to reach out to all rodeo fans, young and old, with a positive attitude, as an example of character, responsibility, and the western way of life.

Sarah Jane St. Michell

My name is Sarah Jane St. Michell and I am the 12 year old daughter of Robert and Lora St. Michell. I live with my supporting family in Meridian, Idaho. My life has been wrapped up in the love of horses even before God gave me my first black Shetland pony, Shorty, when I was seven. Public speaking, riding my horse and sharing the joy of life with people have always been some great passions of mine. Representing the sport of rodeo as the 2012 Eagle Rodeo Jr. Queen and making people happy is a great pleasure. I want to thank God and my family for loving me and helping me reach my dreams no matter how high my goals are.

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