Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo

Miss Congeniality

2005, 2007 World Champion Saddle Bronc

2004, 2008 Reserve World Champion Saddle Bronc

Miss Congeniality
Miss Congeniality

 

Miss Congeniality is a 14-year old mare that was born and raised in Wyoming. Miss Congeniality made her first appearance at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) when she was 4 years old. She bucked off Billy Etbaur during the 2002 NFR drawing a great deal of attention to her performance earning her the honor of 3rd place Saddle Bronc of the National Finals Rodeo. Miss Congeniality, at the age of 5 years old was awarded by the top 30 saddle bronc riders in the world 3rd place Saddle Bronc of the Year in the PRCA for 2003. In 2004, Miss Congeniality won top honors for the year and the NFR she was awarded Reserve Champion Saddle Bronc of the Year and also Reserve Champion Top Saddle Bronc of the NFR. She started her career in 2002 and three years later she was voted the 2005 World Champion Saddle Bronc of the Year in the PRCA. Miss Congeniality has consistently been one of the top picks at any rodeo – she was rode four times for 90 to 92 point rides in 2007 and was awarded the coveted honor 2007 World Champion Saddle Bronc of the Year. Miss Congeniality was also awarded the 4th top Saddle Bronc at the 2007 National Finals Rodeo. In 2008 Wyoming’s Miss Congeniality was awarded for the second time the Reserve World Champion Saddle Bronc of the year honor. In 2008 Miss Congeniality was rode for 91 and 90 points at the Tour Final Playoff rodeos and 89 points with Rod Hay for the 10th go-round win at the National Finals Rodeo.

Miss Congeniality is out of #83 Red Bird – a mare purchased from Johnny Morris and #18 Cut The Cards – 3 time NFR Stud from the Franzens. Red Bird, a big red roan mare was bought in 1993 from Johnny Morris of Ridge, MT.

Miss Congeniality had her fifth colt this year and another filly that looks just like her!! Miss C. will be making appearances at a few of these top PRCA rodeos this summer: Belle Fourche, SD, Vernal, UT, Rock Springs, WY, Caldwell, ID, Bremerton, WA, Plains, MT and Grace, ID