Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen 2011 a Part of the 2011 Tulsa Farm ShowThu, 08 Dec 2011 14:15:42 CST
One of the prettiest sights to be seen at the 2011 Tulsa Farm Show is located near the horse training arena in the northwest corner of the Quik Trip Center on the Tulsa State Fairgrounds. That sight is Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen 2011, Bayleigh Warren of Claremore.
Bayleigh is a junior at Adair High School in northeast Oklahoma- and was selected in July 2010 to her title as Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen for this year. She is at the 2011 Tulsa Farm Show, promoting the sales of raffle tickets that will give a lucky winner their choice of a horse shed materials package or the round pen being used by Craig Cameron during his twice a day horse training sessions. Each raffle ticket is $5, and the winning ticket will be selected on Saturday afternoon at the Farm Show at 3 PM- you don't have to be present to win.
Proceeds of the raffle will be used to support the scholarships awarded to FFA students involved in the annual Livestock Skills Contest that is held each December as a part of the Tulsa Farm Show.
We talked with Bayleigh about her involvement with rodeo- her year as Miss Oklahoma Rodeo Teen and the raffle- click on the LISTEN BAR below to hear our visit with this beautiful young lady.
The picture here has Bayleigh talking with John Sampson of Midwest Farm Shows- thanking her for helping promote the raising of funds for these scholarships.
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