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San Bernardino Sheriff's Rodeo Queens

Miss Makenna Hyland

Makenna Hyland is a 20 year old resident of Oak Hills California. She currently works as a behavioral aid, applying behavioral analysis for students with special needs. Makenna has worked her way through the California Junior Rodeo Association, Jr High and High school Rodeo Association, and Intercollegiate College Rodeo. She recently received her Women's Professional Rodeo Association permit to compete in Pro Rodeos as a breakaway roper! Over the past several years she has held the titles of the 2017-2018 Jr Miss Rodeo Lakeside, 2019 Poway Rodeo Junior Queen, and the 2020-2022 Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Queen. As well as, feeling honored to be the next San Bernardino Sheriff’s Rodeo Queen! The western way of life and rodeo runs deep in her heart. Being an ambassador for the best sport on dirt is an important job, as she is gaining and sharing her knowledge to the people around her. Long live cowgirls, and she will see you down the rodeo road

Junior Miss Alexandra Mullen

Alexandra Mullen is 16 and is going into her senior year at Patriot High School. She always dreamed of being a rodeo queen after the first time she went to a rodeo. Alexandra is currently Banning Stagecoach Days Jr Queen. She is also apart of The Star Spangled Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team. Her and her horse Utah James are an incredible pair and they are working on their barrel racing career. Alexandra favorite part of being a queen is actually outside the arena talking to girls who where just like her dreaming to be a rodeo queen. Alexandra feels incredibly honored to be the next Jr San Bernardino Sheriff’s Rodeo Queen.
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