Last year’s Rodeo Royalty

Rodeo looking for royal ambassadors

Apr. 19 is the deadline for Ashcroft Rodeo Queen and Princess applications.

Once again, it is with great excitement that The Ashcroft & District Rodeo would like to announce to all the young ladies of Ashcroft, Cache Creek, 16 Mile, Savona, Clinton, Spences Bridge and Lytton that we are now accepting applications for Rodeo Queen and Princess for this year’s Ashcroft and District Rodeo.

The application deadline is approaching quickly, so pick up your applications at your local schools or Safety Mart in Ashcroft. Or you can Email us at or go to our FB page and message us!

Princess age group – 10-14 years; Queen age group – 15-20 years.

All applicants must competent riders and possess the skill and ability to carry a flag while participating in the Grand Entry.

Application forms with photo must be received by April 19.

Mail to: Ashcroft & District Rodeo Association – Attn: Diana

PO Box 444

Ashcroft, BC V0K 1A0

Or Email to RE: Rodeo Queen/ Princess Application.

Diana Hoggard

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