Meet the 2015 Fair & Rodeo Court
The 2015 Court competed for the title against 4 cowgirls on October 25th, 2014. They were challenged in categories such as rodeo knowledge, appearance, poise, speech and most importantly horsemanship skills.
Interested in being a part of the 2016 Clackamas County Fair & Rodeo Court? 2016 Rodeo Court Application.
2016 Court Tryouts will be October 24, 2015.
|Queen Jessi Cornforth
Queen Jessi Cornforth is the 20 year old Daughter of Denis and Cheri Cornforth of Oregon City, Oregon. Jessi returned to Tryouts as our 2014 Princess, she competed for and won the title of this year’s 2015 Queen! A 2012 graduate of Oregon City High School and is currently pursuing a degree at Oregon State University. She completed 9 years of Clackamas County 4-H, 4 years of Oregon High School Equestrian Team and is the 2011/2012 Rebel Rodeo Team Playday Champion. Riding isn’t her only passion; Jessi is active with many organizations such as the Oregon State Rifle Team, a member of a professional agricultural society Sigma Alpha and enjoys county western line dancing. Jessi will be making her rodeo appearances on her equine partner in crime, “Roanie”, a 12 year old bay roan Quarter Horse Gelding.
|Princess Aly Fazz
Princess Alyson Fazzolari is the 18 year old Daughter of Mike and Denise Fazzolari of Oregon City, Oregon. A 2014 graduate from Oregon City High School and is currently enrolled at Clackamas Community College to obtain a transfer degree to Oregon State University with a goal to study animal science and become a vet. Alyson was active in 9 years of Clackamas County Horse 4-H which she won Barrel Racing Champion, 4 years of Oregon High School Equestrian Team, soccer, and drama. In Alyson’s spare time, when she isn’t working at Portland Partyworks or studying, she enjoys working her two horses. This year you will see Alyson mounted on her trusty steed, a 13 year old bay Quarter Horse Gelding “Zues”.
|Princess Emmaly Widmer
Princess Emmaly Widmer is the 18 year old Daughter of Rich and Michelle Widmer of Aurora, Oregon. A 2014 graduate of Canby High School she is currently studying and practicing Equine Massage after attending school early this Fall in North Carolina. Emmaly grew up on a small farm and stayed busy showing her animals. She competed in 4 years of Oregon High School Equestrian Team, Northwest Youth Rodeo Association to which she is the 2014 Girls Goat Tying Champion, showing Market Steers at the Clackamas County Fair and volunteering many years at the Canby Rodeo in the stands and behind the bucking chutes. Emmaly won’t be seen on any bucking bronco but racing by with “Hailey”, an 11 year old buckskin Quarter Horse Mare.