Pro Rodeo Queen — Kayla Seaman, 23, of Kalispell. A graduate of Montana State University, she is pursuing an online graduate school degree at University of Montana. Her awards include Pinto world champion 2017, Montana hunter jumper association champion, Reserve champion 2016, Amateur Sportsmanship award, Regional Champion 2017 open flat, open fences and Western horsemanship
First Runner Up — Megan Tutvedt
Pro Rodeo Princess — Morgan Kelly, 16, of Columbia Falls. A junior at Flathead High School, Kelly has earned Top Sophomore FFA Chapter speaking, Honorable Delegate (model UN), 4.0 letter recipient, second place team state horse evaluation.
First Runner Up — Kaylee Wilson
Second Runner Up — Amber Anderson
Pro Rodeo Little Miss — Anna Belle Tretter, 10, of Kalispell. A fifth grader at Trinity Lutheran School, Tretter’s recent achievements include winning 2017 fourth place in the junior division at the Glacier Fiddle Fest, 2016-2017 Flathead valley rural cross country running champion, third and fourth grade, and 2015 Nortwest Montana 4-H horse show sportsmanship award.
First Runner Up — Rylee Glimm
Second Runner Up — Sheyenne Fillingim
Third Runner Up — Issabella Sharp
Fourth Runner Up — Kathrin Kimble
Pro Rodeo Junior Little Miss — Brooke Miner, 7, of Bigfork, is a second grader at Stillwater Christian School. She won two first place ribbons and two second place ribbons in track and field, and also placed and won some money at barrel races.
First Runner Up — Mackaenzie Rogers
Second Runner Up — Addyson Reed