Megan Brush - Queen

2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days®

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My name is Megan Brush, your 2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days®. I am 24 years old and reside in Prescott Valley. I was born and raised in Buck Owen's hometown of Bakersfield, California. I moved to Prescott, AZ in 2007 to attend Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University majoring in Global Security and Intelligence Studies. I am employed with the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office as a Detention Officer. My hobbies include barrel racing, riding dressage, hunting, fishing, and reading Stephen King novels. I enjoy spending time with my Doberman, and two horses, Calypso and Kryptonite.

I am honored to represent your World’s Oldest Rodeo® as Miss Prescott Frontier Days®. This opportunity has been a dream of mine since 1994, when my parents would volunteer for my hometown rodeo every year as I was growing up. I have met so many new friends - rodeo queens and audience members alike - while promoting the great sport of rodeo. There have been countless humbling and heartwarming moments when children approach us and anxiously ask to pet the “horsey” or run up just to give a hug.

While managing to work full time, I have traveled to the PRCA rodeos in Arizona, attending the Turquoise Circuit Finals in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and even the Stampede Days Rodeo in Bakersfield, California.  Jordan Ownby, your 2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days® Senior Court, and I have spent almost every weekend either at a rodeo or participating in community service events. This program has taught me so much about confidence, public speaking, friendship, and of course, my new rodeo family. I recommend it to any young lady who loves horses and the sport of rodeo!

I hope you enjoy your experience at the 127th annual World's Oldest Rodeo®!

Jordan Ownby - Senior Court

2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days®

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Welcome Rodeo Fans!

Arizona born and raised! My name is Jordan Ownby and I am your 2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days Senior Court.  I’m the 16 year old daughter of Chad and Dana Ownby.  I lived in Lake Havasu City, AZ for almost 15 years, until we moved to Chino Valley AZ in 2013. It was definitely the best move we ever made!   I felt at home right away.   I’m currently a sophomore at Chino Valley High School, where I am involved in FFA and the Drama Department. 

I was blessed to be given the opportunity to be raised around horses. My parents got me my first horse at the age of 6. Growing up around that lifestyle has definitely made me who I am today.  I started showing horses at the young age of 8, competing locally in 4-H, and at state level.  After years of showing my Paint horse I decided to try barrel racing and gymkhanas, but I always knew that someday I would be involved in Rodeo Royalty.  Like most little girls at the Rodeos, they dream of becoming a Rodeo Queen someday, and that was me for sure! Each year I attended the World’s Oldest Rodeo, the more I knew I wanted to represent Prescott Frontier Days. Even as a little girl I always thought this rodeo was by far the best rodeo around!

I could not be more honored to hold this title, not only is it my first title, but I’m privileged to hold it right here in my hometown.  Being able to represent the City of Prescott, AZ and the sport of rodeo has been such a great experience for me, and I’ve grown so much from it.  From speaking in front of hundreds of people, to attending community service events, and helping out with charitable organizations, being royalty has really opened so many doors for me.  This opportunity has helped me grow, taught me responsibility, and most of all how to juggle a very busy schedule!

I will miss traveling to all the different PRCA rodeos and parades promoting the great sport and tradition of rodeo all around Arizona.  Through this journey I’ve met wonderful people that I will forever be proud to call my friends.  I’ve been one lucky girl to have the support of my loving family, friends, and committee throughout this whole year. Without all of you this past year would have never been possible.

It will be with the greatest pleasure and pride to represent the “127th PRESCOTT FRONTIER DAYS RODEO,” on June 30-July 6th 2014.   It’s the event we’ve been waiting for all year, and I couldn’t be more excited!

I would like to invite all you rodeo fans to enjoy not only our eight Rodeo performances, but our beautiful weather, 4th of July parade, rodeo dances and so much more!  I hope to get the chance to meet many of you, and can’t wait to see all your friendly faces in our stands.
I’ve had the time of my life representing for you all this year.  It will definitely be a year to remember! A year I will forever cherish.

I hope everyone is ready to rodeo!