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2017 Canby Rodeo Court

Queen Amber Cook
Queen Amber CookQueen Amber Cook is a 2016 graduate of the Oregon Connections Academy. She is the 19 year-old daughter of Johnny and Andrea Cook of Canby. Clackamas Community College is where you will currently find Amber attending classes to prepare her for a career in equine rehabilitation and wellness. While in high school she played on the Varsity soccer team for 4 years and was the captain during her senior year. She won second team all-league. Amber just completed her last year of Northwest Youth Rodeo, finishing as the 2016 Poles Champion and top Ten Girls All-Around Champion. Another closed chapter in Amber’s life is her participation on the Oregon High School Equestrian Team where she earned District High Point Team Contributor and Reserve Champion in Timed Events. Her dedication to OHSET earned her the standing of State Qualifier all 4 years that she competed. She keeps busy with her four horses, five dogs, and one cat. This year you will watch her represent the Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo on her amazing 17 year-old, dark chestnut, quarter horse, mare, Buttons. Amber remarked, “Being on rodeo court would be a great opportunity not only for me to share my knowledge with others, but to continue to learn and grow. Rodeo and the western ways are what helped shape me into the person I am. It would be an honor to represent what rodeo stands for.” CONGRATULATIONS QUEEN AMBER!

Princess Savannah Storlie
Princess Savanna StorlieBorn and raised in the small town of Boring, Oregon, Princess Savannah Storlie, 19, is the daughter of Cindy Holmlund, a step-daughter to Nate Holmlund, and a sister to four siblings. She graduated from Sam Barlow High School, class of 2016, and is currently attending Mt. Hood Community College as a sophomore. She later plans to attend Blue Mountain Community College to become a surgical technician. Savannah grew up in her mother’s footsteps of loving horses at an early age. She competed in equine 4-H and later as an athlete with the Oregon High School Equestrian Team for 4 years. Her riding skills qualified her to compete in the State and Regional OHSET Championships. She is also a PNWIC/Regional record holder. In her spare time she attends barrel races, and carries flags for local rodeos. Along with keeping her all-around 18 year-old, bay, quarter horse mare, Jolene, in shape, she works with her 5 year-old gelding, Dallas, as a horse project. Savannah stated, “I want to be part of the 2017 Canby Rodeo Court because I want to represent and promote the sport I love most with dedication, grace, leadership, and faith, while educating others about the rodeo lifestyle. This is not only an honor, but an incredible opportunity to make a difference.” CONGRATULATIONS PRINCESS SAVANNAH!

 

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