PO Box 202 Haines, Oregon 97833
Photo taken by: Custom Family Photography by Shannon Regan
Princess Brook Parsons
Hello, I am Brook Parsons, the youngest daughter of John and Brandi Parsons. I live in Baker City, Oregon with my siblings Seth, Kadence and JW. I will be a Freshman this fall at Baker High School and enjoy cheer and volleyball. I love to rodeo and representing rodeos. I love barrel racing, pole bending and goat tying. I am working hard to get better at heeling right now as well. Riding, roping and rodeos make for a perfect day for me! Representing the Haines Stampede has been a dream of mine since we moved to the Baker Valley, three years ago. 2021 Queen Gretchen and 2021 Princess Makea showed me that court is about having fun, meeting new people and inspiring kids to keep working for their dreams and goals. One of my biggest goals in life is to become Miss Rodeo America and to keep sharing with the world our western way of life. I’m really thankful and honored I could represent the Haines Stampede Rodeo this year. I look forward to the adventures and opportunities with Makea and Dakota. Thank you to all our sponsors and supporters, we couldn’t do this without you! Cut ‘er loose!
Princess Dakota Anderson
Hello, my name is Dakota Anderson and I am 16 years old. I live in Elgin, Oregon and have been raised on rodeo. I am the youngest daughter of Chuck and Sheri Anderson of Elgin, Oregon with my older sister Tymra Anderson. All my life I have been involved in agriculture and I currently work and live on the family farm. Not only do I help take care of the family’s cattle, I have 10 of my own and am a member of the National Junior Angus Association. I am also heavily involved in my school and community. I am the Chapter Vice President of the Elgin FFA Chapter and hold officed in other school organizations. Off the family farm, I have been raised on rodeoing in the summer. Rodeo court has been a dream of mine for many years. I am proud to be a part of this court and am excited for my year with Makea and Brook.
Queen Makea Robb
Hello, my name is Makea Robb, the 2022 Queen and the daughter of Adam and Angela Robb from Baker City. I am the middle child with two older brothers and a younger sister. As a Sophomore at Baker High School, I am currently involved in the soccer and basketball program, the baseball statistician, President of my church’s Young Women’s group and I have been an active member of JQ’s Livestock 4-H club for 7 years showing pigs. After I graduate high school, I plan on attending OSU. My family has been my biggest supporter and always so quick to jump in and volunteer their time for any rodeo function I have going on. My experience on rodeo court the past two years has been amazing and I was blessed to experience it with a really good friend. Being a part of the court, I made some forever friends and I am looking forward to all the new friends I will make this year. I love that I have the opportunity to be a positive role model to the younger youth and to be the example kids look up to. It’s a big responsibility but one I will strive hard to fulfill. My goal for this year is to meet new people and build strong relationships. I want to keep building up my confidence with public speaking and continue working on my horseman skills with my partner Captain. I am excited and honored to be on the Haines Stampede Rodeo Court this year with Brook and Dakota. These girls have the biggest hearts, they are kind, sweet and a lot of fun to be with. I am looking forward to the year ahead and spending time with my rodeo court families.
Platinum Title Sponsor foe all 3 Events :
Appliance and More
A Plumber in Oregon LLC
Gold / Silver/ Bronze Sponsor:
Baker City Auto Ranch
The Windshield Doctor
Compass Real Estate Inc.
Old West Federal Credit Union
Marvin Wood Products
Nick Conklin - State Farm Agency
Elkhorn Barn & Sales
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