Cheyenne Shoults Miss Mueller Electric (Div.II) Ltd.

Cheyenne Shoults Miss Mueller Electric (Div.II) Ltd.

Cheyenne Shoults, Miss Mueller Electric (Div.II) Ltd. Stampede Queen candidate

Cheyenne Shoults, Miss Mueller Electric (Div.II) Ltd., is one of three candidates running for Williams Lake Stampede Queen.

My name is Cheyenne Shoults.

I am 17 years old and the oldest of five siblings.

I am currently a Grade 12 student at Lake City Secondary School.

I grew up with strong family values. We learned to work hard and to care for each other.

I have many fond memories with my family, riding and spending time with horses.

My family has been an anchor for me throughout life thus far and I am very thankful for their support.

I was as good as born riding horses, thanks to my Papa who instilled a love of them into me from a very young age.

When I was 13 I bought and trained my first horse, Dream, whom I have come to love and adore.

I spend many hours working with my horses and my dog.

In the last three years I have started competing in show jumping and barrel racing, which has helped me grow as an individual and has given me a drive to succeed.

I have found my greatest enjoyment working on a ranch and am so grateful to Diamond 7 Performance Horses for giving me that opportunity to learn and grow!

I would also like to thank Mueller Electric for their sponsorship. I am honoured to wear your company name.

My hopes for the future are to work in the animal and agricultural industry.

 

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