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Rodeo Season


This is where the foundation of Rodeo Royalty and

Future Queens begin............

The Northwest Youth Rodeo Association Court program is designed to provide an opportunity for our young horsewomen to serve as ambassadors for NWYRA, the NWYRA Court program, NWYRA Sponsors, the sport of Rodeo and Oregon’s Agricultural and Ranching communities.

Our Queen and Princess(s) will spend their year of reign traveling across the Pacific Northwest participating in Coronation Dinners, Parades, Rodeos and other events that are important to the Rodeo and Queening community. 

One of the highlights of the year is attending the Miss Rodeo Oregon Queen Clinic!

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Queen Hallie Haslebacher


Horse: Roo, 13-year-old, Paint

Rodeo Events: Barrels & Breakaway Roping


Queen, Hallie Haslebacher is 14 years old and calls Salem, Oregon home. She is the daughter of Karen and Casey Haslebacher; and the younger sibling to three brothers and one sister-in-law.


Hallie is an eighth grader at Salem Academy Christian School, where she participates in track, basketball, and works hard to plan school events with the student leadership team.


When Hallie is not riding her horse Roo, she enjoys hiking, trail riding, camping, paddle boarding, helping with VBS, going to youth group with her friends, and summer BBQs with her family.


Hallie has always loved rodeo, and everything it stands for. Being the NWYRA 2023 Queen gives her the opportunity to represent the sport she loves, while fulfilling a dream to be just like her aunt who held the Molalla Buckaroo Queen tittle in 2009.

Horse: Whiskey, 15-year-old, Quarter Horse 

Rodeo Events: Barrels, Poles & Goat Tying.


Princess, Paisley Anne Blair is 15 years old and calls Talent, Oregon home.  She is the daughter of Simon and Mindy Blair; and is the oldest sibling to her brother and littlest sister.


Paisley attends Phoenix High School, but is excited that next year she will be back home, homeschooling.  She plans to continues her education in the agricultural industry. 


Paisley is a God loving young lady who attends New Beginnings Church with her family. She is an outstanding rifle hunter, out-scoring everyone in her family during deer season last year. She is artistic and crafty. Loves skiing with her family at the local Mt. Ashland ski resort.  


Paisley has been riding horses since the age of 4 years old. She started as a hunter jumper, then learned western riding.  Beginning at the age of 9 , she has competed in 4H showing lambs and market goats.  She also competes in Oregon High School Equestrian Team (OHSET) and has recently started to learn the event of goat tying. 


Paisley is honored to be chosen to represent the NWYRA as the 2023 Princess and is very excited for this coming year!  


Princess Paisley Blair

Horse: Cisco, 20-year-old Quarter Horse & Shasta 

Rodeo Events: Barrels, Poles, Goat Tying & Breakaway Roping


Linny is the first “Little Princess” for Northwest Youth Rodeo Association


Little Princess, Linny Grace Scott is eight years old and calls Yoncalla, Oregon home.  She is the daughter of Josh and Josey Scott and the proud big sister of a little sister and two rowdy little brothers. 


Linny is a third grade homeschool student while also participating in Classical Conversations. 


Linny attends Sutherlin Family Church and loves volunteering as a greeter on Sunday mornings.  She enjoys public speaking, memorizing information and she has received awards in History, Latin, and English.  Her family and friends describe her as a friend to everyone, a great helper, funny, and tough.   These are just some things about her that made her want to be a rodeo queen. 


She started riding two years ago and entered her first rodeo with NWYRA in Cottage Grove as a Pre PeeWee.  She has been a member of the Northwest Youth Rodeo Association for 2 rodeo seasons, in addition she also attends barrel races and gaming shows.  She competes in the events of barrel racing, pole bending, goat-tying and looks forward to adding breakaway roping this upcoming rodeo season.   Her favorite part of rodeo is competing and spending time with her family and friends. 


Linny is excited to be NWYRA’s 2023 Little Princess.

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Little Princess Linny Scott

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Stay updated with the NWYRA Court through their Facebook Page


Would you like to compete for a spot on the NWYRA Court? 


Pageant Application Deadline:  September 5, 2023

The pageant competition for the 2024 Royalty......
DATE: Sunday, September 24, 2023


Contestants will compete in horsemanship, personal interview, speech/public speaking and modeling with impromptu questions.


We want selected, the most qualified young ladies who are excellent horsewoman, who will portray

exceptional moral standards setting an example above reproach.

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