2013 Andy Devine Days Rodeo Queen
Hi! My name is Taylor Overson and I am honored to have been chosen for the 2013 Andy Devine Days Rodeo Queen! I am 17 years old and was born in Wikieup, Arizona. My great-grandfather, Jack Wilson, owned the Bar S Ranch and that is where I lived until I was three years old. When the ranch was sold that is when I moved to Kingman, Arizona. My parents are Ben and Sara Overson and I have a brother and sister, Jack and Mckenzie Overson. Being born into a family of ranchers and with dad that went to rodeos has made horses a big part of my life and they always will be. I love to rope and barrel race and I plan to become a professional barrel racer. My main horses are Cowboy, Bear and Lexi and they are all registered quarter horses. I plan to go to college in Phoenix and when I finish my education I want to train horses.
I'm so excited that I get to represent the sport of rodeo in my home town! Rodeo is my life, I love everything about rodeos. There’s nothing better than showing up to a rodeo and feeling the adrenaline through the air. My goals for being Queen are to promote my town, promote our rodeo, to show people what a wonderful sport rodeo is, and to help get more people involved with rodeo. I want to thank our committee, the Kingsmen and my rodeo queen director, Tiffany Leo, for giving me this opportunity. I would also like to thank my parents and Dolli and Jolee Lautaret for all of the love and support they give me in and out of arena. I would also like to invite you to our Annual Andy Devine Days Rodeo on September 29th and 30th! Happy Trails!
2013 Andy Devine Days Rodeo Teen Queen
Hi, I'm Baylee Hammond and I am a 13 year old 8th grader at Kingman Academy of Learning Middle School. I’m very active in 4-H where I show horses, swine, poultry and waterfowl. My dream in life is to be a forensic scientist and have a barrel racing career.