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2018 Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Royalty

2018 Royalty Girls

Queen - Brielle Kromer (left)

Brielle is a junior at Eagle Valley High School where she's a member of the speech and debate team, fencing team, track team, and alpine ski team. During the summer Brielle is involved in 4-H. Brielle can't wait to share this incredible year with everyone at the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo!

Princess - Natalie Winstead (right)

Natalie is an 8th grader at Eagle Valley Middle School where she runs track and plays basketball.  Natalie enjoys 4-H, horse shows, and is a member of the Interscholastic Equestrian Association competitive team. Natalie plans to attend Colorado State University and major in Equine Science to pursue a career as an Equine Physical Therapist.  Natalie is excited for her year as the Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Princess and looks forward to representing her hometown rodeo and the amazing county she lives in.

 2018 Royalty

Follow Brielle and Natalie's journey as Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Royalty. 

2019 Royalty Application and Tryouts

Application deadline: 5 p.m. Friday, June 15 
Tryout date: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 30

Eligibility requirements
● Must be an Eagle County resident and involved in a horse organization.
● It is recommended that candidates be involved in an organized horse organization (NBHA, NRHA, etc.). 
● Contestant must be single.
● Must not have a criminal history.
● Must have access to a horse worthy of competition and the tasks required for the Fair & Rodeo. (i.e. horse parade ready; not easily spooked; good around other horses, livestock and people)
● Queen must be between the ages of 15-19 years, as of Jan. 1, 2018.
● Princess must be between the ages of 12-14 years, as of Jan. 1, 2018.

The 2020 Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Royalty Handbook and Application is now available. Download the Handbook and Application for more information about Eagle County Fair & Rodeo Royalty and to apply for the 2019 Queen or Princess role.